Combining audio files one by one can be time-consuming and tiresome. Thankfully, you can easily batch combine multiple audio files in Windows using the Command Prompt with just a few simple commands.
If you need to make deep changes to Windows 10, you sometimes need to open Group Policy Editor, a tool that ships with Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise editions only. Here’s how to find and open it.
Now that Windows 11 is on the horizon, you might be wondering how long you can keep using Windows 10 safely with continued security updates from Microsoft. We have the answer.
When it comes time to turn off a Windows 10 PC, you might not know the best way to do it. But there’s more than one way to shut down your computer, and we’ll show you six different methods that do the trick….
If you need to extract files from a VMware virtual machine disk image file (in VMDK format), there’s a quick and free way to do it without needing to buy or install VMware Workstation itself. Here’s how….
Microsoft OneNote provides drawing tools that let you create shapes, draw free-form sketches, and even write notes with a mouse or a finger on a touch screen. Here’s how it’s done.
Do you want to find the .NET Framework version that’s installed on your Windows 10 PC? You can use a PowerShell command or dig through File Explorer to find the .NET version number. Here’s how.
Windows 10 makes it easy to check the resolution of any monitor you have hooked up. The process is different if you have multiple monitors hooked up, but here’s how it all works.
If you’ve disabled or hidden the “News and Interests” widget that displays the weather forecast in the Windows 10 taskbar, you might be wondering how to get it back. Here’s how.
Finding your PowerShell version helps you know what PowerShell features you have access to. A PowerShell command lets you reveal the version number, and we’ll show you how to do this.
In June 2021, Microsoft enabled a News and Weather widget (called “News and Interests”) on Windows 10’s taskbar. It shows weather, sports scores, news, and more at a glance. Here’s how to show, hide, and configure parts of th…
First Candy Crush and now this: Windows 10 will soon beg you to set up a $1 subscription (recurring at $10 per month) while setting up a PC. Don’t you want Xbox Game Pass? Are you sure you want to say “No thanks” and just use…
Microsoft is always making little tweaks to Windows 10. Some of these changes have been more successful than others. The taskbar now has a Weather and News widget, but you may not like that. Thankfully, it’s easy to disable i…
Windows creates memory dump and minidump files when it crashes. These files take up space on your system’s hard drive or SSD, and you can remove them to free up space. Here’s how.
Have you ever plugged a native Mac drive into a Windows 10 PC? If you do, you’ll see a scary-looking message asking you to format the disk. Why does Windows do that? We’ll explain.
Need to quickly access your VPN in Windows 10? In just a few steps, it’s easy to create a shortcut to your VPN on your Windows desktop. Here’s how to do it.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 virtual assistant, Cortana, isn’t for everybody. The feature is easy to disable but tricky to delete. Here’s how to remove Cortana completely from your Windows 10 PC.
Here’s an old PC myth that just won’t die: Did you know that your Windows PC only uses 80% of its available network bandwidth by default? You can speed up all your downloads by changing a setting in the Registry or Group Poli…
Windows 10’s May 2021 Update was released on May 18, 2021. As always, Microsoft is slowly rolling this update out to Windows 10 PCs, bit by bit. Windows Update should automatically install the 21H1 update on your PC, but it m…
Manually creating new folders and subfolders is time-consuming if you want to organize and manage files on your Windows 10 PC. Instead, you can create multiple folders at once using the Command Prompt, PowerShell, or a batch …
By default, Google Chrome doesn’t offer a direct way to copy the addresses (URLs) of all open tabs at once. But there’s a workaround for Windows, Linux, and Mac, and we’ll show you how to use it.
What if you need to take a screenshot in Windows 10, but you don’t have a “Print Screen” key on your keyboard—or you don’t have a keyboard at all? Luckily, it’s easy to capture your screen using only a mouse thanks to a bui…
Windows 10 includes an option to hide all the icons on your desktop that’s easy to find. But if you want to hide only a few icons, you’ll need to dig a little deeper. Here’s how.
If you have a list of values in a text file separated by a character (such as a comma or pipe) but would rather have each item on its own line, you can do the newline conversion automatically in Notepad++. Here’s how….
By default, when you click on the File Explorer shortcut on your Windows 10 taskbar, it opens to Quick Access. If you’d prefer it to open to “This PC” instead, it’s easy to change in File Explorer settings. Here’s how….