Windows (8)

DON’T buy a new PC for Windows 11!

If you're anything like most gamers, you were probably outraged when Microsoft announced that Windows 11 wouldn't officially support any CPU released before about 2017. But as usua...

Jacob Enderson in Windows 13 July · 17

"Shut Down" Doesn't Actually Shut Down Your Windows PC

Even if you know, absolutely nothing about computers, turning off a PC, it's pretty simple, right? When you press the button on the front or the side or just click shut down on the...

Jacob Enderson in Windows 12 May · 27

Could Windows Keep Your Gear Working FOREVER?

Unlike the 1990s and 2000s, where we expected a new version of Windows every few years, Microsoft seems pretty set on making Windows 10 the last version of Windows ever, incrementa...

Alex in Windows 02 September 2020 · 21

Install Ubuntu with the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) on Windows 10

If you are using both Linux and Windows, then sometimes the familiar UNIX tools are missing in the Windows shell. These little helpers make life so much easier. That's why it's nic...

Jacob Enderson in Windows 31 August 2020 · 159

Why Windows 95 is AWESOME (History and Features)

Happy birthday Windows 95. You introduced the world to the Start menu and so much more. Man, they grow up so fast. So today to celebrate this amazing occasion, we're going to time...

Alex in Windows 24 August 2020 · 97 · 1

How to fix these common Windows errors

Windows is the world's most popular desktop operating system, but anyone who's used it for any length of time knows that it doesn't mean it's perfect. I mean, McDonald's serves ove...

Alex in Windows 09 August 2020 · 62

How to share files and printers in Windows?

When you connect your laptop to a new Wi-Fi network, it's never enough for Windows to just connect you and be done with it. It always asks you this rather cryptic question about wh...

Alex in Windows 15 July 2020 · 42 · 1

Why You Can't Name A File CON In Windows

Did you know that you can’t name a file “Con” in Windows 10? If you’re running a Windows machine, try it right now. Go to File Explorer, create a new folder, call it “Con”. The sys...

Jacob Enderson in Windows 28 April 2020 · 102 · 1