You can get rid of bloatware or other troublesome software by doing a clean install of Windows 10. Here’s how it works.
We'll show you how to protect your online privacy as governments around the world, including the U.S., step up their online surveillance efforts.
Don't let your smart clock expose you to hackers. A web app from BullGuard can help.
After infecting a system with Locky Ransomware, CSO attempted to recover it using basic tools and backups
CSO Online's Steve Ragan infects a laptop with Locky Ransomware
Google Photos has some powerful tools for tweaking and editing images. We show you how to take advantage of them to enhance and display your photos.
Even Facebook lets you have a little privacy, letting you send encrypted messages using the Secret Conversation feature in Facebook Messenger. Here’s how it works.
Some Windows 10 ads are pretty unobtrusive, but several get right up in your face. Here’s how to disable them with a few simple menu tweaks.
Facebook targets ads based on your activity. You can check--and change--what it thinks your interests are in Ad Preferences.
Facebook doesn’t officially provide links to videos for you to save. But all you have to do is trick your browser into thinking you’re browsing Facebook on your phone.
The beloved Quick Launch Bar from Windows XP lives on in Windows 10, providing easy access to specific folders and files from the taskbar. Here’s how to get it.
Use the AutoPlay settings to keep malicious files from downloading to your PC. Here's how.
Whether you’re a cord cutter or a pay-TV addict, we’ll show you all the ways you can watch this season’s bone-crunching action on screens of any size.
FileBot organizes the TV shows and movies saved to your hard drive so they are easier to find on Plex.
Dealing with a data cap? Tired of getting dinged for busting through it? Learn how to identify the hogs on your network and how to make sure your ISP is delivering everything you’re paying for.
Don't let buzz, hum, or hiss ruin your AV experience. We'll show you how to solve common electrical faults and ditch the noise.
Apple stopped supporting QuickTime for Windows, but left a couple of major security flaws unpatched. The company recommends you uninstall it, and now would be a good time. Here's how.