Why you should always test your recovery plan

A hard system crash can really ruin your day — or days, or even weeks. Often, getting the PC back up and running on a basic level is the easy part; then comes restoring your applications, data, and settings.

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Is the Anniversary Update just a service pack?

Help for finding many of Windows’ less-used tools

A hidden tweak for Windows desktop-border colors

Filename limitations with Windows and DVDs/CDs

The trials of updating both Win10 and Win7

Ransomware: Still armed and dangerous

Windows 10 Anniverary Update might be still giving users fits, but security is also an ongoing topic. A discussion about protecting yourself from ransomware, started in August, is still going strong.

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Router, keyboard, and mouse do triple work

The ultimate security-tools list: Fall edition

Windows 10 upgrade boots like cold molasses