Alongside announcing two new EliteBook PCs, HP also made official the EliteOne 1000 G1 AIO, which is designed as an all-in-one for business users, and comes with a selection of unique solutions. The company has placed this AIO PC under its business brand. For starters, it comes with support for the far-field voice...

Of the four or five big PC makers around, HP has a handy knack of announcing new PCs all year around. Sure, the company does bring new models to major events, but round the year unveils are pretty common. We have had a bunch of them recently. The company announced two new EliteBook PCs, the 1040 G4 and the x360 1020...

Microsoft now allows you to reset an app in Windows 10, if it gets into a bad state. This primarily applies to the default applications that are included in the operating system. Because, you can always reinstall Windows Store apps or your desktop software programs to clear out any issues that they may have developed....

Whenever you set up Windows, you are required to create a user account. An administrator account, rather, one that allows you to set up your PC and install all apps and software programs. However, if you add an account in Windows after installation, it will be created as a standard account by default. This type of...

There may come a time when you need to know the security identifier (SID) for a specific user on your system. Microsoft added this feature in Windows Vista, and it continues to be part of Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10. Basically, a SID is a string value of variable length, unique to each account you set up on...

Your PC can quietly fill up with useless junk, without you even knowing where these junk files are scattered. Microsoft introduced the new Storage sense feature for just this purpose. It is not exactly feature rich in its current state, but still is handy to free up storage on your device. Once Storage sense is...

Took a long time coming, this, but Windows now finally has background scrolling. This handy feature basically allows you to scroll inactive windows when you hover over them. Quite a timesaving option if you are a power user, or using your Windows 10 system for professional work, and dealing with multiple open windows...

A new addition to Windows 10 is the ability to pause updates, which as the name applies is a handy little feature to briefly halt the process of downloading and installing updates on your PC. You can temporarily pause the deployment of updates on your device for up to 7 days. Upon resuming, the operating system will...

You can use File History feature in Windows 10 to automatically back up versions of your files on a schedule to your specified location. It could be any internal or external drive, USB, hard disk, or even a network location. It is possible to add, remove, and exclude folders to be backed up by File History. File...

Since a screen is the biggest drain on your laptop or tablet battery, Windows 10 automatically turns it off after a set period of time when the device is not in use. You can, of course, modify this setting, specifying anywhere between a few minutes to several hours. Or even prevent the operating system from turning...