Windows 10 enthusiasts are more inclined to check for updates manually. Here’s how to access it faster by creating a shortcut on Start or on your desktop.
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Microsoft today launched its latest version of the Windows 10 “Threshold 2” update to Windows Insiders and you can download build 10565 now.
Microsoft’s OneDrive has a powerful remote access feature you may not be aware of that could save the day while at the office. Here’s how to enable it.
Windows 10 has several fundamental and advanced fonts by default, but you can also install any font you desire. Here’s a look at how to install them.
There are a few different ways to kill the lock screen, but it will depend on which version of Windows 10 you’re on. Here’s how to do it on Home or Pro.
If you’re the sole owner of your Windows 10 PC (meaning not shared with anyone) and find a PIN isn’t fast enough, you can set it to automatically sign in.
Microsoft includes the ability to log in with a PIN in Windows 8, and the feature still exists in Windows 10. Here’s how to set it up for faster sign in.
One annoyance of Windows 10 on a high-resolution display is some fonts are blurry or fuzzy. Here’s a look at the problem and how to fix it.
High-resolution screens make photos and apps look stunning. It also makes desktop programs, not designed for high resolutions, difficult to see.
Microsoft is holding its Windows 10 devices event tomorrow. It will be streamed live and begins at 10 am EST. Here’s a look at ways you can watch it.
Windows 10 allows its built-in apps and Universal apps downloaded from the store to run in the background by default. Here’s how to disable them.
Have you ever wondered how long your Windows PC has been up and running? Here’s a look at a couple way to find out in Windows 10.
Microsoft rolled out the new cumulative update KB3093266 which is available to download now, and it includes improvements to enhance its functionality.
If you skipped Windows 8 and upgraded Windows 7 to Windows 10, here’s a look at how to mount and burn ISOs with native built-in tools in the new OS.