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It’s here! Our Windows 10 Superguide is finally released. Now you can effortlessly master the biggest and best version of Windows ever with our Windows 10 Superguide DVD-ROM or digital download!read more
Get the definitive guide to learning, maintaining and using Windows 7 with our Windows 7 Gigaguide. The guide contains both Windows 7 Superguide 1 and 2.read more
Master Microsoft’s new hybrid operating system easily and painlessly with our Windows 8 Superguide DVD-ROM or digital download!read more
The Windows 10 Creators Update lands this month! Plus, don’t want to store in the cloud?, here are some alternatives, all in this months newsletter.read more
Everything has been hacked, from websites to cuddly toys. Plus read about changes to Windows update. All this and more in this month’s TWT Newsletter.read more
More details on the next Windows 10 updates and what’s happening with network neutrality? All that and more in this months newsletter.read more
January means it’s time once again for the Consumer Electronics Show, so we’ll have our usual quick round up of gadgets and announcements that are relevant to Windows users.read more
Today we’re excited to let you all know that we’ve launched an updated video pack for our Windows 10 Superguide. This video pack will update 36 of the Superguide’s videos and bring them up to date with the changes Microsoft made with the Anniversary Update.read more
Seasons greetings! As we all gear up for the festive gift-giving season once more, take some time out to read your latest TWT newsletter for your regular dose of jargon free Windows news and tips.read more
Continuing our tour of the Windows 10 Backup utility, in this video we will show you how to restore files from your File History backup.read more
Windows 10 comes with a kind of “Time Machine” style backup program. If you accidentally change or edit a file in your personal folder, you can use the Windows 10 File History backup to restore a copy from earlier.read more
Creator updates, a new look for Windows 10 and much more in this month’s TWT newsletter.read more
October means the nights are drawing in for many of us, but at least we have Halloween to look forward to. As traditional for our October newsletter, we’ve got some tips on how you can use your PC to make Halloween even more fun.read more