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How to Create and Monitor a Child Account in Windows 10

Parents always live with a hidden but consistent fear of their child’s safety. And in this digital universe, online threats and health hazards because of over screen time adds the reason for them to worry even more. Somehow, every parent is cautious about what their kids’ are doing with their computers. Today, we’ll show you how to use Windows 10 parental control features to monitor your kids’ device activity. Microsoft first introduces the concept of child account in Windows 8, which gives privilege to parents to set up appropriate age restriction and time limits, and make sure a kid is

Should You and How to Bypass “Publisher Could Not Be Verified” Warning in Windows 10

If you are using a Windows PC, probably you’d have seen this message, especially while trying to install applications from some not-so-popular vendors on your computer. There isn’t anything to worry about this message- it’s just a warning that you can simply ignore. Here, I can summarize the cause of this problem in one sentence, “Windows fails to recognize publisher of that program.” How this explanation seems to you? If you’ve doubts, try to install programs from any recognized software vendors. For example, let’s try to install Remo Recover 4.0 on the same PC. Perhaps, you’d see a pop-up like this. Here

Guide to Hide User Accounts from the Sign-in Screen on Windows 10

Too many people using your PC! Do you want to keep a secret user account for yourself? Here’s the guide on how to hide user accounts from the sign-in screen on Windows 10. By default, Windows 10 will display every user account on the sign-in screen. But you don’t want all user accounts to be listed every time – an account that you don’t want regular users to see or accounts of remote users which you don’t want to show up. However, Windows 10 operating system doesn’t have the option to pick specific user accounts for the sign-in screen. All you

Microsoft Windows Ink is About to Revolutionize How We Work

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During Microsoft’s Build 2016 conference, Microsoft announced  a few wonderful new features coming in the Windows 10 Anniversary update. Along with the amazing updates, a few details of Windows Ink came to light. So what is this Windows Ink and when it will be made available for public? Mark Hachman of PCWorld precisely explains what is Windows Ink: “Windows Ink is an optional way to interact with Windows, in much the same way you can use either voice or keyboard to query Cortana.” Basically, Windows Ink is a new way to make human and machine interaction easier. It allows you