Everyone knows how about the Windows “look”, but what if you’re feeling a bit tired of seeing the same old thing each time you switch on your computer? Windows 10 and the earlier Windows 7 each have good options for tweaking the login screen. Here’s how to access those options and configure the login screen

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Sony is finally going to let PlayStation owners change their PSN IDs, and it has only taken 12 years of begging to make it happen. This means people stuck with the same PSN ID they chose in 2006 will finally be able to change it to something more mature. Creating a PSN ID to Last

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As soon as you sign into Windows 10, Microsoft pushes its recommended apps and settings on you. If you don’t want to use a Microsoft account to log in, dislike Bing search baked into the OS, and hate Edge, you’ll be happy to know you can change all these. While you can’t change everything, you

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Google Maps for Android is more amazing than we give it credit for. Our phones have replaced expensive dedicated navigation devices thanks to Google Maps. We can find our way pretty much anywhere with ease. But as Google Maps has grown over the years, so have its features. Thus, there might be some tricks hiding

The news is more broken than ever before. It’s difficult to believe what you read from news sites, and you know you can’t trust social media. The onus is now on the reader to find the right places to read the most factual articles. For most of us, Google News remains one of the main

As anyone who uses Windows 10 will know, your name is visible on the sign-in screen. For some people, that creates a privacy concern, especially if you frequently use your computer in a public environment. Sadly, it’s one of many privacy issues on the operating system. Unfortunately, Windows doesn’t let you set a username or

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