Stuck at your desk during the 2018 World Cup? That sucks, but you can quickly check the scores anytime by using Cortana on Windows or Spotlight on macOS.
Something called storedownloadd is taking up a lot of CPU power, which you noticed while using Activity Monitor. Don’t panic: it’s just the Mac App Store downloading some software for you.
The biggest sporting event in the world starts today, June 14: the FIFA World Cup in Russia. If you want to watch the games without cable, you’ve got options—depending on where you live. Here’s a look at the situation in the USA, the UK, and Canada, and where to look for information in other countries.
Windows 10: Quickly adjust the volume for all of your applications, separately, and send audio from different applications to different playback devices.
A Cortana bug meant hackers could change the password on locked PCs, but they had to ask really really politely…by which I mean execute a bizarre series of steps.