Windows 10 is Microsoft's all new operating system for everything. From PCs to phones, Xbox to IoT, Windows 10 is on them all. As with all things new there will be a learning curve. There will be problems, questions, tips and tricks. That's where we come in.
All our Windows 10 help and how-to posts can be found right here. From beginner topics through to the more advanced users, we're here to help everyone who uses Windows 10.
28 July 2015128By Mauro HuculakThere is no such as thing as too many backups. If you can make a backup of the backup, do it. Luckily, Windows makes it super easy to make an exact copy of your entire computer using the System Image Backup utility.
Never used it before? We'll explain what it does and how to use it....
27 February 201626By Mauro HuculakIn this guide, we'll walk you through five ways you can free up storage space on Windows 10, including the step to delete temporary files, optimize File History settings, uninstall applications, dealing with duplicate images, and more.
02 March 201624By Mauro HuculakThis Windows 10 guide will show the steps to create a System Restore Point with a simple double-click, which then you can use to fix your PC if there are issues after installing a new app or making system changes.
22 February 201667By Mauro HuculakThis guide will walk you through the steps to delete the Windows.old folder containing the previous installation of Windows and related installation files to get back valuable hard drive space on your computer.
24 March 20179By Cale HuntWindows 10 has a File History tool that lets you create simple backups of files and folders. Here's how to get everything set up so you never risk losing your most important data.
22 March 201715By Cale HuntCloud storage services keep getting hacked, and people keep having their private photos and data shared with the world. In order to prevent this type of mishap, you can apply these tips and tricks to help keep your data in the cloud secure.
14 March 201710By Cale HuntWorried about losing the catalog of files you so carefully built? Don't want to have to start over fresh in the event of a drive failure? Here are six simple ways to back up your PC's data and protect yourself.