Windows Spotlight now shows you the location of the wallpaper image from your lock screen. Find out how to make use of this feature to discover the world from the comfort of your laptop.
Category - How To
How-tos are the single most popular posts here at Windows Clan. On this page, you’ll find in-depth guides on how to implement niche hacks, but also how to do more basic tasks you can use your Windows 10 computer better though we also sometimes discuss how to make the most of your iPhone and Mac since those are common computers here.
Google in Safari for iPhone and iPad asks you for your location every time you use it these days. We show you how you stop it from doing that with a permanent solution!
We’ve recently discovered a nifty feature in OneDrive which allows you to search for text within images and photo files on Windows 10. Find out how to use this feature after the bump.
When you’re viewing Windows Store on the web through a browser like Chrome or Firefox, it automatically opens the Windows Store app in Windows 10, too. If you find this to be a nuisance, find out how to stop it from...
If you aren’t familiar with networking protocols or otherwise fixing network issues with your internet usage, this tip could be useful to you. We’ll show you how to quickly reset and reinstall all network adapter...
With all the great features that Microsoft Edge has gotten recently, there is one extension which you should try out if you use the browser frequently.
If you visit a scammy website in Safari on iPhone, or iPad, or on your macOS laptop/desktop, you may find yourself unable to close any of its tabs. We know of a work-around that is confirmed working. Check it out after the jump.
Windows users are accustomed to locking their laptops by using the Windows + L keyboard shortcut. How does one instantly lock a Mac using a similar hotkey? Find out after the jump.
Google is home to plenty of surprises within the search bar, especially for retro games. Recently two golden classics have been added to the library for you to spend idle time on.
A new feature in the Anniversary Update for Windows 10, released earlier this month, allows for users to look through their events and add events with speed and ease from the taskbar.