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How to Import Your Files and Settings from Your Old Computer to Windows 10

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For many of us, we have to put in a good amount of consideration, when it comes to moving on to a new system like Windows 10. We often get into a debate with ourselves on whether, we really need it or not. Most of the time, it is not because we cannot afford it, but simply, because we are so comfortable using the old system and settings. More than anything, we do not want to lose the files and the photos and videos that have been so precious to us the whole time. For those of us, who also

How to Fix Hard Drive Problems on Windows 10

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Many times we become the victim of the error “Windows detected a hard disk problem” while working in your Windows 10. There are several reasons behind this annoying message from Windows. Let’s take a look at the reasons for this serious error and try to fix hard drive problems of your computer . What is “Windows detected a hard disk problem” error? This error is precautionary measure from the windows to alert you about the vulnerability of your computer system. The error occurs when your hard drive is not functioning properly. The Windows error message indicates you the sever issues related

Didn’t Like the New User Account Prompt in Windows 10! Bring Back the Old One

Every morning, when we turn on our computers and laptops, we are awakened to new features and improvements on our user account courtesy, Windows 10. Every time a new update rolls out and the look and feel of the operating system is different along with some UI changes. A very modern User Interface and a new User Account Control (UAC) dialog box, where a person needs administrative permission or you need to authenticate entering a user name and password. Not many are “let’s talk to my Windows 10 in the morning” kind of people. Most of us would like it

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 Fix Storage Device Not Working Using Diskpart on Windows 10

Even though you took thousands of precautions to keep your drive fit and running, we know it is almost certain to encounter an error message at some point of time. And while many of us aren’t tech genius fixing those issues isn’t easy, we all look for help. But, without a proper understanding of the problem, sometimes things may backfire. So let’s start with the problem first… What might go wrong when your storage device is not working? So you’ve been running late for a very important presentation and suddenly your computer freezes. Basically it isn’t a PC problem, because

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

How to Stop Windows 10 Automatic Updates?

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As you all know, the basic intention of Windows update is to power up the operating system against external threats and system-level vulnerabilities. Windows 10 updates are not an exception. But, there’s one thing that separates Windows 10 updates from those in Windows 7 or 8. Can you spot that? Unlike its predecessors, you won’t able to disable automatic windows update in Windows 10 through Control Panel Windows Update Settings. In the first look, many of you may not consider this as a serious issue. But sometimes, it can be much crucial than you think. Consider this situation – you

How Do I Backup My PC: A No-Brainer Guide

Everyone at least once in their lives would have lost their data. Even tech-savvy guys who fiddle with hard drives, format file systems or converting partition table with ease fail to successfully restore partitions and tend to lose data. There are different ways to backup a PC and can be confusing which one to choose. This article will help you with the various options available to backup your PC in a simple and easy manner. Why to Backup? Data loss is inevitable. Your hard drive could fail, your computer may become victim to malware, or a software bug might delete

A no nonsense guide on how to make partition in Windows

What do you understand by the term “Disk Partitioning”? Your Disk drive is a mass of free and unallocated space. This disk can be segregated into several independent partitions. This is nothing but Disk Partitioning. Any physical storage device cannot be used until and unless a partition or partitions are created on it. Why is it necessary to make partitions and how it is advantageous ? By default, the systems already have a single partition on their hard drive. It is basically the C drive which you can see inside the ‘Computer’ window. In order to set up a file system,

Rollback to Previous Version of Windows Without Losing Data

Uninstall Windows 10 Version 1607 Without Losing Data!! There was a lot of hype and expectations from Windows 10 Anniversary Update before its release. And user’s particularly hoping that this time they do not to face any issues as what they did when November Update was released. Obviously, Microsoft too didn’t want any backlashes and was confident that the Anniversary Update will bring cheer on user’s face as they worked along with the feedback from Insider’s Program. And then arrives the big release – The Anniversary Update, which was available for its 350 million devices on 2 August not for