3 Free Tools to Benchmark a Windows Gaming PC

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I recently bought my first custom gaming PC and the first thing I wanted to check after I got it was how well it benchmarked against other gaming systems. I […]

Find and Change Your Hostname in Ubuntu

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If you need to know the name of your Ubuntu computer, this post shows you several ways to find it. We will will also show you how to easily change […]

View the List of Services Hosted by the svchost.exe Process in Windows

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Svchost.exe is a process that hosts other Windows services that perform various system functions. There can be multiple instances of svchost.exe running on your computer, with each instance containing a […]

How to Fix a Low Disk Space Warning in Windows

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Even though traditional hard drives have gotten cheaper over the years, a lot of people still have primary drives that are 500 GB or less in size. Why? Well, mostly […]

Join a Windows XP Computer to a Windows 7/8/10 Homegroup

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Once you have setup a homegroup using Windows 7/8/10 on your network, the next step is to fine-tune it so that all the older computers can find each other. All […]

How to Change a Drive Letter in Windows

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A task you will most likely have to perform a few times in Windows is changing the drive letter for an external hard drive, mapped network drive, or DVD drive. […]

How to Delete the Windows.old folder in Windows 7/8/10

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If you have tried upgrading your Windows PC and it has failed a couple of times due to various annoying reasons, you’ve probably come to realize that there is a […]

Use Reliability Monitor to Check Windows Stability

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Ever had to purchase a used computer with Windows already installed and wanted to know if the operating system was stable or not? Sometimes with just a cursory look, you […]

Windows 7/8/10 – How to Join a Domain

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If you’re adding a new computer to your corporate environment, you’ll most likely need to join it to a domain. The procedure is fairly simple as most of the work […]

How to Configure a HomeGroup in Windows

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A homegroup in Windows  makes it easier to share files and printers on a home network. You can share pictures, music, videos, documents, and printers with other people in your […]