Everyone has been there before. You accidentally delete a file or folder without a clue of how to, or even if you can, get it back. Well, rest easy, because we’re here to tell you that file recovery is entirely possible. So, if you’re wondering how to recover files in Windows 10, check out some…
After the much-hyped rollout of Windows 10, there were bound to be some hiccups along the way. Well, they’ve arrived in the form of a very specific type of malware attack. Although there’s no telling how widespread the issue may be, this Windows vulnerability is affecting many users. That’s why we decided to dig a…
Windows 7’s end-of-life date was on January 14, 2020. That means Microsoft is no longer offering technical support, bug fixes or security updates. It’s high time to upgrade to Windows 10, but we’ve noticed that some people are resistant to the change. Read on to learn how to make Windows 10 look like Windows 7.
Whether you’re a power user or you’re relatively new to Microsoft’s operating system, customizing the Windows 10 Start menu tiles can improve your productivity significantly. Let’s look at a few different ways to do so.
Windows 7, one of the most popular operating systems for both personal and business usage, is reaching end-of-life in early 2020. This means that Windows 10 is on its way to becoming the most widely-used operating system. In this blog, we briefly breakdown how to use Windows 10 and give a few helpful tips that…
Windows 10 has been around for quite some time, but due to the popularity of Windows 7, many people are only just adopting Microsoft’s latest operating system now. If you’re one of these new users, this list of Windows 10 tips will come in handy.
In 2019, Microsoft will roll out a new option for the Windows 10 operating system. It’s called “Windows S Mode.” Here’s what we know about it so far.
While browsers like Chrome, Firefox and Safari have rightfully forced Internet Explorer into obscurity, the relatively-new Microsoft Edge is not to be slept on. And we’re about to tell you why.
One criticism of Windows 10 is that its interface is catered largely to touchscreens. Though it’s a valid argument, traditional PC users still have plenty of keyboard shortcuts at their disposal, helping them save time and boost productivity.
A while back, we wrote a blog about five of our favorite productivity apps. We still love all the software listed in that blog, but there’s just so much more out there that we’d like to share. So without further ado, here are seven of the best Windows 10 apps for business.