Ever seen a Windows 10 notification slip away from the screen out of the corner of your eye and thought: “Wait! I didn’t read that yet!” If so, then you’re in luck: there’s an easy way to buy yourself some more time to act on those fleeting notifications.
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Practically every facet of the Windows 10 experience involves sending data back to Microsoft. If this raises privacy concerns for you, you’re not alone. In this post, we’ll take a look at a utility that stops Microsoft from harvesting your data.
A black screen and a Windows 10 PC that won’t boot often means that your master boot record is on the fritz. In this tutorial, we’ll show you two was to fix it and get your computer running again.
Accessing shared drives and shared folders in Windows has always been easy, but if you’re using Windows 10, you might happen upon this error. Here’s the quick fix.
With Windows 10, Microsoft now collects behavioral data in order to target ads to you on the Start menu, on the lock screen, and in Edge. If you’d rather not share your information for advertising purposes, you can turn off tracking and personalized ads.
The October Microsoft hardware event gave us a sneak peek into some of the glitzier features coming in Windows 10 Creator Update Version 1703 (Codename Redstone 2). But there are some other important tweaks and improvements worth noting, too.
The Windows 10 HomeGroups feature lets you easily share your music, pictures, documents, videos libraries, and printers with other Windows computers on your home network.
Hard drives have an average lifespan of four years. Be sure to keep tabs on your hard drives health before it fails and takes all your data down with it.
CCleaner is a simple way to enable, disable, or completely remove startup entries. Follow along as I review the steps for Microsoft Windows.
Having a lot of programs starting up when you boot your computer slows down the process. Here’s how to improve the performance time when you start up.
A Windows 10 black screen can be difficult to diagnose and fix. These troubleshooting steps will set you in the right direction.
The second Tuesday of every month, Microsoft releases security updates for its various products. This month was a particularly heavy month. Let’s review the details and how you can get your system updated.
Occasionally, you may want to forget a known network for security or troubleshooting purposes. Here’s how to do it in Windows 10 and macOS.
If you have a Logitech keyboard and mouse, you’ll see this process running. It isn’t malware, but it isn’t an essential executable file for the Windows OS.