Here are some of the things you can expect to find when trying Windows 10 for the first time.
Here are some Windows 10 tips for complete beginners to Windows. They stem from questions asked when sitting down with Windows 10 newcomers for the first time.
Some second opinion anti-malware apps can be better than security suites at finding and removing malware. Here are a few of the more popular second opinion anti-malware apps.
Here's a selection of the more popular audio players for Windows.
For Windows 10 and Windows 8 users, the built-in Windows Defender has got you covered. If you prefer to try a different security app for Windows, here are the more popular free ones.
If your need for an office suite doesn't really justify spending money, then here are the more popular free office suites.
Whether you're interested in speed, privacy, security, colour, clean lines, straight edges, round curvy tabs, add-ons, plugins, or developer tools, the web browser you're looking for should be here.(Using only the built-in Windows 10 maintenance tools)
Curious about Windows 10 maintenance? Here are some things you can do within Windows.
Here are the most popular third-party Start menus for Windows. They are simple to install, and you can easily switch back to the default Windows menu at any time.(For Windows devices and including 3rd-party maintenance apps)
Here are some useful computer maintenance tips to help you speed up your computer or Windows device.
Here are a few select tools to help your Windows device, or help you know more about your Windows device. If you're looking for all types of software, then see the included links.(How to use Microsoft's Malicious Software Removal Tool)
Every month Windows Update downloads and scans once for Malware, with the Malicious Software Removal Tool. Here's how to download and use the manual version.
Here are many useful keyboard shortcuts for Windows 10, 8.1 and 7.
Cortana is the name of the interactive personal assistant in Windows 10. You can give her instructions, and talk with her by using your voice or by typing. Here's an intro.
Computer accessibility awareness info. If you have any accessibility requirements, devices, tools, software, or tips and tricks you recommend, why not let people know in the comments?
This page introduces the basic concepts and requirements of building a computer.(How to find special characters which don't appear on the keyboard)
Where to find and how to type special characters which you can't find on the keyboard.
A quick rundown of my old PC and its individual parts. The video card is the newest component. Which components would you upgrade first, and why?