Keep pressing the Windows key accidentally while gaming? Here's how to disable the key to stop it interrupting your activities.
Want to stop Windows 10 installing updates automatically? Here's how to turn off automatic updates until a more convenient time.
Windows Defender (aka Microsoft Defender) is an excellent free antivirus program, but sometimes you need to turn it off in Windows 10. Here's how.
Microsoft's latest Windows 10 update includes fixes for issues with Game Mode, poor game performance, and more.
Don't want Edge on your Windows 10 PC? Here's how to uninstall Microsoft's web browser and stop it being reinstalled.
If you've been too nervous to try Windows 11, the new beta builds should be safer and more stable than the dev builds.
Here's how to disable or customize the "News and interests" news and weather widget in the Windows 10 taskbar.
If you don’t have the right mouse cursor, using your PC can be difficult. We’ll show you how to change your mouse cursor in Windows 10 in a few simple steps.
Windows' messy right-click context menu is poised to get a lot better and easier to use in Windows 11.
A jaw-droppingly dumb flaw in Windows 10 and Windows 11 lets any local user or program seize full control of a machine.
Need to know more about the inner workings of your computer? Here are the easiest ways to check your PC specs.
Read our guide on how to rotate the screen in Windows 10 and you’ll learn how to quickly change the display orientation of your laptop or desktop monitor.
Two more security flaws related to Windows' printing software have been disclosed. No permanent fixes yet, but you can defuse one flaw by turning off printing altogether.
Windows 11 has a new, customizable widgets feature. Here’s how widgets work and which ones you can try in the Windows 11 preview build.
If you need to reinstall Windows 10 on your device then our easy-to-follow walkthrough will guide you through the process.
Microsoft patched 117 security flaws in the July Patch Tuesday updates, including nine 'zero-day' vulnerabilities that were publicly disclosed before Microsoft could fix them.
Microsoft pushed out an emergency patch for the 'PrintNightmare' security flaw, which affects all Windows computers and servers.
There are bigger new features in Windows 11, but it's the humble Start Menu that could make me switch from Windows 10.
Synopsis: Microsoft is warning users about a new Windows vulnerability called 'PrintNightmare,' which could be exploited to remotely install programs and modify data.
Software company Parallels has revealed that it's hard at work on bringing Windows 11 to Mac, including machines that utilize the Arm-based M1 chip.
With the Windows 11 preview build out, new features are coming to light. One such feature is Dynamic Refresh Rate, or DRR.
Though Windows 11 is launching later this year, current Window 10 users won’t be able to upgrade for free until 2022.
If a recently installed Windows 10 update is giving you trouble, follow this guide to uninstall it and revert your device.