Microsoft pushes a new preview of Windows 11 in the Dev Channel with minor changes.
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UUP Dump lets you download any ISO file for public preview of Windows 11 available in the Dev Channel, and here's how to use the tool.
Microsoft Edge WebView 2 is coming to Windows 10 devices, and here's what it means for developers.
OneDrive can backup your Windows 11 (and 10) folders to the cloud, and here's how to set up the feature.
Google Chrome lets you delete wrong autofill entries or data you no longer need, and here's how.
Here are the steps to try an early preview of File Explorer with tabs on Windows 11.
Windows 11 has a new desktop search widget with dark mode support – here's how to enable it.
You can use the wbAdmin command tool to create a full backup on Windows 10, and in this guide, you'll learn how.
Yes, you can upgrade to Windows 11 from Windows 8.1 while keeping your files and apps during the process, and here's how to do it.
If the clock isn't showing the correct information, use these steps to fix this problem on Windows 11.