Two annoying Windows features, and how to make them stop featuring: Bypass the Word templates and go straight to a new document, and stop your computer from dropping your Internet connection.
This column could have been entitled “Why I almost didn’t get my column written on time this week.”
I’m usually pretty disciplined, but sometimes I just have too much fun. Here’s what distracted me. I hope you have some fun, too.
Creators Update hid the Control Panel … again. Seize control of your Microsoft account.
Can’t turn on your Wi-Fi? Maybe you’re in Airplane mode. And please back away from the cappuccino machine! You can still play Windows 7 games after the Windows 10 Creators Update.
The new version of Windows 10 launched. Have you seen it yet? Microsoft patches an Office security hole. Are your updates up to date?
This we have some new information on items from previous columns. Here comes the next gigantic Windows 10 update! That BatteryCare utility startled some readers. And the Date and Time tweak was confusing.
While I try for a theme for this column each week, sometimes I have a few things that are useful but bear no particular relation to each other. The theme this week is: Odds & Ends!
Using a computer can be frustrating. This week I’ll show you three annoying things you can fix for yourself and your friends. Make the text in Outlook a readable size. Kill off those wrong email addresses in Outlook. And stop those chat-like Facebook posts!
Microsoft promised to release the next big update for Windows 10 this Spring, and it looks like we can expect it to start rolling out soon. The update is free for current Windows 10 users.
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