The default Windows Mail app doesn’t support everyday IMAP features like the LIST SPECIAL-USE directive and prefers old-school TLS over the STARTTLS.
Learn how to open the Windows Settings app from the Run dialog, Terminal app, Command Prompt (cmd), and PowerShell. For Windows 10 and 11.
A review of what Lenovo OneKey Optimizer is, how it works, whether it does anything useful, and should you uninstall it?
Windows developers should stop installing program shortcuts in Start menu subfolders. It’s so Windows 98 and reduces their app’s exposure.
Review of the excellent FileLocator Lite (also known as Agent Ransack) and FileLocator Pro for Windows. FileLocator is a great desktop search tool for Windows.
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The popular mDNS-utility Avahi sees its first update in three years. The update addresses multiple issues with IPv6 and log-flooding from Windows 10 clients.
Microsoft is working on baking Multicast-DNS and DNS Service Discovery, two widely deployed network-discovery protocols, into Windows 10.
Windows 10 users may have seen “TWINUI” when opening links and files. TWINUI is a Windows component that is often mistaken for an email client or a PDF reader.
Virtualized Windows runs great in GNOME boxes, but you need to tweak some settings to get good performance. Audio won’t work with the default settings.
The screen is off. You type your password out of habit and hit Enter. You may now accidentally have sent it somewhere it doesn’t belong.
The Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL)’s new LxRun management program lets you download and install the Bash shell and Linux distributions on Windows 10.