Briefly: Evil Solitaire, Celibacy Hacks, Free BitDefender

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Microsoft ruins Windows Solitaire, how to spot cheap leather (even in high-end stores), why you should wait to have sex in a new relationship.

How To Disable Bing Search In Windows 10's Start Menu

Windows 10: Microsoft has started rolling out its latest operating system, Windows 10. That means there’s going to be some new annoyances to fix. One of the most noticeable is Bing search results showing up in the Start Menu. If you don’t want these, here’s how to turn them off.

Reclaim Disk Space After Windows 10 Update By Deleting Old Builds 

The Windows 10 update saves files from your previous installation so that you can revert back to it if you need to. Deleting those files can get you back up to 20 GB of disk space.

Start10 Brings The Classic Start Menu Back To Windows 10

Windows 10: While Microsoft brought back the Start menu in Windows 8.1 and now in Windows 10, it’s still not quite what it used to be. If you’re not enjoying the new look, bring back the Windows 7-style Start menu with Start10.

How To Skip The Line And Upgrade To Windows 10 Now

If you’ve reserved a copy of Windows 10 but haven’t gotten the upgrade prompt yet, here’s a secret: you can skip the line and upgrade right now.

Monospace Is A Distraction-Free Text Editor For Android

Android: When it comes to distraction-free writing tools, it seems like desktops have all the phone. While you may not want to do hours of writing on your phone, Monospace gives you the option when you need it.

Delete Old iPhone iCloud Backups To Free Up Space

Backing up your iPhone or iPad to iCloud is a good idea, but when you upgrade phones, you might end up with multiple backups, including ones you don’t need anymore. OS X Daily shows you how to delete them.

Briefly: Best Audiobooks, New Nerf Guns, Fitness Trainer Tips

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: 10 brilliant audiobooks that can teach you a new skill in less than a day, what it’s like to play games for a living, the science of nuclear missiles.

Hide Everything But Active Apps In Mac OS X

It’s easy to hide your entire Mac OS X Dock, but what if you want to only see the applications you have open?

Briefly: Dr Tyson Vs Oz, 1-Day Body Cleanse, 50% Off Contact Lenses

Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Dr Neil DeGrasse Tyson’s stern warning for Australia’s scientific community, Joe Hockey warns that GST-free threshold for online shopping could be reduced to $0, get $50 off $99 spend at SpecSavers.