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How and Why Rebooting Your PC Solves Problem?

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It’s no secret that every time your computer hangs or freezes, rebooting your PC solves the problem. We all have at some point or the other opted for this. Some of the software problems like Windows halts, showing a blue screen of death. What is the immediate solution, when something like this happens? Thus it’s common that rebooting can fix so many problems. Continue reading to know how and why rebooting your PC solves problem. How Rebooting your PC Solves Problem There are certain problems that require a complete restart because the operating system or hardware driver has stopped working.

How to Use Defender in Windows 10?

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Windows Defender, the built-in security application on Windows 10 computers is far more advanced than any of the security applications present in Windows systems. This desktop app can run in the background ensuring the basic level of protection every windows 10 PCs need. If you’ve used Windows 8, this Defender program won’t be new to you. But, when it reaches at Windows 10, Defender advanced to a level that its predecessor couldn’t reach – both in terms of real-time protection or while updating with new malware definitions. Working in Background The defender can automatically run in the background while you’re

Windows 10 Driver Backup using DISM Command

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We’ve seen the process of repairing files with SFC and DISM commands on PCs. Using this DISM command alone, you can do further more operations including creating a backup of drives on a Windows 10 machine. But, what is the need to take backup of drivers in Windows 10? Why should you take Driver Backup in Windows 10? It doesn’t matter whether you’re doing a clean install or an upgrade to Windows 10, you need device drivers to enable OS to work with hardware. In early days, you had to manually search and install drivers for each of your hardware

Guide to Fast Boot Windows 10

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Windows 10 is one of the best interfaces to work on. With all its interactive tabs and easy to use features, it has won millions of hearts over a short time. People have loved, appreciated and accepted the new platform. However, there is this issue of slow startup on several computers. Many of computers that are updated from previous versions of Windows face the problem of a slow boot. So how to make Windows 10 PC boot faster? Know all about it here. To find out the reasons behind the slow startup is like digging deeper into its complex and

How to Disable Windows 10 Tips and Pop-Ups

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Microsoft really wants to stick all its desktop users into Windows 10, its latest model. This is obvious from the constant consumer education on Windows 10 through display notifications and pop-ups. While some users have no problems with these notifications, but some are considering it as a disturbance and they even thinking to roll back to a previous Windows version without neglecting other Windows 10 features. In this article, let’s see how to turn off this feature (probably unwanted for most users) within a couple of steps. Before trying these steps, make sure that you’re running the latest Windows 10

Disable the Hidden Keylogger in Windows 10 to Stop Spying on You

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You’d have aware about Windows 10’s ability to monitor all your typing and speaking with this OS, irrespective of all the advanced features of Microsoft’s latest operating system. If you think deeply, you won’t neglect the fact this as a serious privacy concern. In this article, you’ll see how to disable the hidden Windows 10 keylogger and thus you can stop your computer to stop spying on you. It’s an undeniable fact that this Windows 10 feature is meant to be helpful for us, but for many – it’s totally disturbing. And the good news is, you can stop this

All The Great Things We Can Expect from Windows 10 Creators Update

Windows 10 Creators Update

Windows Anniversary Update was really a game changer on Windows 10 systems. Smarter Cortana, Windows Ink, Windows Hello, Edge improvements, etc. and a lot of new features have made Windows 10 to be one of the most brilliant operating systems ever. Even there were some reported cases of system freeze after Windows anniversary update, it didn’t affect in a broader magnitude. With codename Redstone 2, Windows 10’s next major update is ready to hit Windows PCs around the world in spring 2017. It is rumored to come with lots of new features. And, the update is totally free like previous

How to use Windows 10 Back Up and Recovery tools

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Didn’t know about Windows 10 Backup & Recovery tools? It is time! With the increase in the amount of data that comes in every day. You start to get more and more conscious of your data backup. And why shouldn’t you? Every data is important whether it is in the form of personal files, large downloads of an operating system, treasured memories like photos and videos or official documents etc.. Data in each of these forms requires backup. We all want to be able to rely on our back up in case we accidentally delete files or have an everyday

How to use Windows 10 Photos App?

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Windows 10’ default Photos app is more or less similar to Mac’s Photos app than any of the photo editing programs present in Windows before. This program replaced “Windows Photo Viewer” which was the default program for opening raster images in Windows. Some new Windows 10 users are really frustrated about this change – and there’s no direct option to revert to the old program. Perhaps, this frustration might come from lesser knowledge about the new program. So before trying any of the new programs or attempting to roll back to Windows Photo Viewer, try Photos app once – it

How to Get Windows Photo Viewer Back in Windows 10?

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Windows 10’s new Photos app has a lot of new features as an image editing tool. Well, if you don’t want to pay for costly image editing tools such as Photoshop or lightroom, this little tool can assist you – up to an extent. But many of the habitual Windows users are against one action from Microsoft – that replaced Windows Photo Viewer as the default application to open images. It’s the new Photos app that replaced Windows Photo Viewer. And unfortunately, there are no easy ways to roll back this action. But, you can do it, if you’re willing