We’re only a few weeks away from the start of the 2017 NFL season and this guide will show you how to catch the action as a cord cutter.
Microsoft’s OneDrive app for iOS now includes a mobile scanner. Find how you can use it to scan images, business cards, receipts and even white boards.
The portability of a Chromebook with the processing power and compatibility of a Windows 10 PC. It can be done with the Chrome Remote Desktop app!
If your Windows 10 touch screen device isn’t as responsive or accurate as it used to be, here’s how to calibrate it for better results.
Need an older version of Windows 10 such as version 1507 or 1511? Here are some of the ways you can still get these older releases.
Tired of checking those Facebook notifications? Here is to way to manage, hide or stop them all together.
Chrome does an excellent job of storing your browsing history, cache and cookies to optimize the performance and usability of surfing the internet. That said, if you’re privacy-minded or just like to run a tight ship, clearing away old browser data is a good practice to do on a regular basis.
Here we take a look at how to broadcast a presentation from PowerPoint 2016 for the desktop online to your remote colleagues.
Mozilla now offers the 64-bit version of Firefox as the default for users running a 64-bit version of Windows instead of 32-bit.
While it’s not the same as previous versions, in Windows 10 you can still play an image slideshow from within File Explorer. Here’s how.
Making the switch to Windows 10? Here’s an easy way to bring your Safari bookmarks with you.
The Google Chrome browser has a nice feature which automatically clears your websites cookies each time you close the app. Here’s how to enable it.