How to Record a Screencast in Windows

When you need to record some information or show someone what's on your desktop, taking a screenshot on your computer is extremely useful. But sometimes a still image is not enough.

If you want to create an instructional video, capture details about in-depth issues on your system, or record a presentation, you need to know how to make a screencast.

What Is the Microsoft Store on Windows 10?

While looking around Windows 10, you might have noticed an app called the Microsoft Store. What is this for, and why is it included with Windows?

Today we'll look at what the Microsoft Store offers, where it came from, and what it's good for.
What Is the Microsoft Store?

The Microsoft Store is a distribution platform that's built into Windows 10. Confusingly, Microsoft also calls its brick-and-mortar retail locations Microsoft Stores, so the name applies to both.

How to Use Google Photos to Protect the Photos on Your Phone

Of all the data on your phone, pictures are likely the most valuable. You can replace apps, music, and other files, but photos are irreplaceable.

Dropping your phone in water, running into a hardware malfunction, having your device stolen, or any other number of fates can take years of precious photos in an instant.

What Is a Clipboard Manager, and How Are They Useful?

Some computer utilities are so helpful that you'll wonder how you lived without them. A clipboard manager is one such tool.

Let's take a look at what the Windows clipboard is, how clipboard managers expand it, and how to get started with them.
What Is the Clipboard?

The clipboard is a temporary storage location present on nearly every operating system.

The Many Benefits of Microsoft OneDrive

There's no shortage of cloud storage providers you can use for your business. And while Dropbox often comes to mind as the household name in this sector, you shouldn't miss out on what Microsoft OneDrive has to offer.

Let's take a look at some of OneDrive's benefits and how it can make working with your team a whole lot easier.

4 Chrome Browser Alternatives That Are Worth a Try

Google Chrome is by far the world's most popular browser, with nearly a 70% share of the desktop browser market at the time of writing. And while Chrome is definitely a fine browser, it's not perfect.

Chrome is known to consume a lot of memory, which can be a burden on older machines.

What’s New in the Windows 10 May 2019 Update?

After a few delays, the latest version of Windows 10, the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, is ready. While it doesn't pack a ton of new features, it has some enhancements to existing tools and a few new tricks to try out.

Let's take a tour of what the latest Windows 10 update has to offer.

How to Sync Your Browser Data Across All Your Devices

You probably use the same browser on multiple devices: your home computer, work computer, laptop, phone, tablet, and more. To make working across devices easier, major browsers all support syncing your data.

This lets you import your personalized setup on a new device without any manual work.

An Introduction to Windows Ink in Windows 10

For a long time, the only viable way of interacting with a computer was using a mouse and keyboard. And while this is still quite popular, touchscreen machines have enabled new methods of input by stylus and fingers.

Windows 10 collects these features under the name Windows Ink.

How to Start Using Microsoft Flow’s Automated Workflows

Most people use several online apps and services in the course of their day. Wouldn't it be great if we could connect these to make them work better together?

Microsoft Flow, a tool from Microsoft, allows you to do just that. Read on for an introduction to Microsoft Flow and how it lets you created link services in amazing ways.