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Turn a Bookmark into a Windows 8 Tile

Pinning sites to the Start Screen with Internet Explorer is a good way to find your favorite websites quickly. It’s also a good way to fill the screen with useful tiles.

It’s important to defragment your hard drive regularly to improve access times and save space. Here’s how to find the defragmenter utility in Windows 8.

How do you go back? Navigating around Windows 8 without any visible navigation buttons can be a pain. Here’s what you need to do.

Connect to a Projector in Windows 8

Connecting to a projector in Windows 8 is a slightly different process. Many of us use projectors for PowerPoint presentations, so it’s important to know how to do it. Read up about it here.

Change the Screen Resolution in Windows 8

Sometimes you add an external monitor or otherwise need to change your PC’s resolution. Here’s how to do that in Windows 8.

How to Use the Windows 8 Task Manager

The Task Manager is where you shot down applications and processes and view CPU and memory usage. Here’s how to get to it from Windows 8.

How to Manage your Printers in Windows 8

There’s more than one way to go about managing your printers in Windows 8. We show you how.

Finding the Windows 8 Control Panel Quickly

The Control Panel is essential for all Windows 8 users of every skill level. Locating it in Windows 8 is puzzling. That’s what we’re here for.

How to Shutdown and Restart in Windows 8

The process for restarting or shutting down your PC in Windows 8 has changed. Find out how to do it here.

How to Switch between Open Apps in Windows 8

The Switch List is how Windows 8 handles switching between open applications. Here’s how to use it.

Bring Back Aero Snap to Windows 8

Aero Snap was a really handy and often-used feature of Windows 7 that’s been left out of Windows 8. But there’s a way to bring it back.

How to Setup Multiple Monitors on Windows 8

If you’re used to two or three monitors, then Windows 8 handles things a little differently, and it’s kind of jarring. Catch up to the changes to multiple monitor settings.

Multimedia on your Windows PC is handled by a set of interfaces called DirectX. Here’s what all that means, and how it relates to your PC and Windows 8.

Which Windows 8 version Should I Buy?

It’s important to know the differences between the three major versions of Windows 8, so you can be informed when you go to purchase it.

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