We explain how you can take back control of the way your PC handles files stored on CDs and USB sticks.
Today marks the end of Microsoft's support for Windows 7, but there’s no need for alarm if you're a Windows 7 user.
In this week's Which? Technology podcast the team discusses Microsoft's plan to wind down Windows XP support and what it means for current XP users.
Do you ever look at the number of programs on your Windows 7 computer with sheer bewilderment? If so, you’re not alone.
We show you how to start Windows in Safe Mode, which will allow you to perform many windows troubleshooting tasks with all but the most important elements of your system…
When it comes to diagnosing problems – especially general performance issues – the Windows Resource Monitor is a great tool.
The Windows’ Reliability Monitor will tell you how stable (or otherwise) your system is. What is your computer trying to tell you?
There are moments when we all wish we could roll back the clock to better times. Fortunately, with a Windows 7 PC, this is a relatively simple trick.
Fix your home networking problems with these simple tips for Windows 7.
We look at some of the popular misconceptions that surround the Microsoft Windows, ranging from anti-virus protection to the 'Blue Screen of Death'.