Wondering how to open Task Manager on Windows? There are a few ways to do this, as we cover in this simple guide.
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Learning how to find the Home folder on Mac and add it to Finder will make your computing life so much easier
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If you use your computer daily, follow these quick tips on how to clean a computer screen without damaging it.
Here's a few different ways to recover lost or deleted data from external and internal hard drives on Windows and Mac PCs.
Here's how to screenshot on Chromebook and use the full range of capture options, including full screen, partial screen or a specific window
If you need to convert a JPG into a more usable document, you're in luck. The process is easy on both Windows and macOS, and we're here to show you how to do it.
Backing up your Gmail contacts is a sensible idea in case you lose access to them. We cover how to do it in this simple guide.
Feel like you're wading through mud and need to how to speed up your Mac? Here's are some handy tips.
If you know how to install Rosetta on Mac, you can run apps created for Intel chips on computers with Apple Silicon inside
Wondering how to remote desktop on Mac? You're about to find the solution may be easier than you imagined.
Need to know how to clear the cache on Mac to free up space or fix a problem? Then check out this guide.
Here's a guide on how to use the free Windows 10 video editor that's hidden inside the basic Photos app.
Stage Manager is one of the coolest new features of macOS Ventura. Here's how to use it to full effect.
Finally, you can "undo" email in macOS Mail now that Ventura has arrived. Here's how to do it, as well as how to schedule email so you can be more productive.
Text can't convey everything, which is why you need to know how to enter emoji on Windows. Here's how.
Hardware failure and disasters can strike at any time which is why it pays to have a backup. We'll how you how to back up local files for free.
If you want to keep prying eyes away from your private files, check out how to password protect folders on Windows.