Default apps
Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 have a whole new way of setting default apps for things like e-mail, playing videos, music, viewing pictures and so on. You no longer use the Control Panel like you used to, in Windows 7. Instead, you use the new PC Settings (Windows 8.1) and Settings (Windows 10) apps. He...
If you own a Windows Phone and you also use Instagram, you probably know that an official app wasn’t released until recently. And that app has been in BETA since forever. In the meantime, plenty of independent developers created their own clients for Instagram, trying to bring the same experience th...
The Slimeking's Tower
Pixels, 8-bit music, pixels, fast-paced gameplay, shooting, pixels, huge bosses and some more pixels. What more do you need to have a great game? Not much, and game developer Manuel from RevampedPRO knows this quite well. His action-packed shooter, The Slimeking's Tower is a recent addition to the G...
World Clock
Most of us have friends, coworkers or family members living in other time zones. And since it’s hard to keep track of the time in multiple countries around the world, you may end up calling them at an inappropriate hour. Luckily, you can use the Alarms & Clock app in Windows 10, to check the Wor...
Reinstall Windows 10 default apps
A while ago, we wrote a tutorial in which we explained how to uninstall any or even all the default built-in apps from Windows 10. Apps like Calendar, Mail, Camera, Photos and so on. We also promised to write a guide in which we showed you how to get them all back, if you changed your mind or you ne...
Remote Desktop Connection
If you are running a Windows-based computer, you can connect to another computer using the Remote Desktop Connection tool. This application allows you to use all the resources of the host machine through your PC’s display. In other words, using this program you can control another Windows PC via you...