Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to join the Windows Insider Program and download Windows 11 Preview when it becomes available.
At a live event yesterday, Microsoft unveiled the next iteration of its desktop operating system, six years after the release of the last one. The Redmond company is calling it Windows 11, and plans to launch it later this year as a free upgrade to Windows 10. The update will begin its roll out “this holiday and continuing into 2022.” Members of the Windows Insider Program will be able to get their hands on an early build starting next week.
Here’s how to turn off the new Windows 10 weather icon (the News and Interests widget), hide the text, or make the pop-up a little less intrusive.
If you’re looking to take a more detailed, 4K screenshot of your Windows PC’s screen, here are a couple step-by-step solutions.
Here’s a easy-to-follow guide on how to start a Zoom meeting, invite people, and admit participants into the meeting from the Waiting Room.
Here’s a guide on how to create new Collections in Steam, delete or rename existing ones, and add or remove games to or from them.
Here’s how to get the macOS 10.15 Catalina Dynamic Wallpaper on Windows 10 and have it automatically change to match the time of day.
This free tool automatically center-aligns all app icons in your Windows 10 Taskbar, complete with customizable animations.
Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to manually download and install the latest Windows 10 update.
Here’s how you may be able to fix your microphone recordings sounding muffled or quiet on Windows.