Windows 10

6 Windows Equivalents To Popular MacOS Features

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While Windows dominates the desktop PC world, those who love MacOS really love MacOS. Apple’s enduring operating system has a lot to recommend it and is filled with hundreds of little intuitive touches that make work and play more pleasant. That doesn’t mean Windows hasn’t been taking notice. While it may already be on top, […]

Obscure Windows System Files and Why You Should Know About Them

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The Windows operating system is made up of a large assortment of files and programs. Some of these run all the time, while others are called by the operating system only occasionally. Nearly all of the core Windows operating system files are stored in the folders C:\Windows\System and C:\Windows\System32 (on your computer, the drive letter […]

How to Set Up the Windows 10 Built-In VPN Service

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We’ve seen a rise in Virtual Private Network (VPN) usage over the last few years and the trend doesn’t seem to be slowing. More and more folks are wanting to get around region blocks, remote securely into their office network from the comfort of home, and play online games with servers located in different countries. […]

Windows 10 Accessibility Features For Disabled People

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Technology is a tool for all, which is why Microsoft made several vital improvements in Windows 10 to help people with different disabilities have a better experience. Most priority features built into Windows 10 are based around user requests and feedback as the company seeks to make their products accessible, and easier to use for […]

How To Set Up Virtual Desktops In Windows 10

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Windows 10 has a built-in feature enabling users to not only connect two or more computers to one monitor but to also create multiple virtual desktops. Each one will display different applications, programs and windows enabling plenty of multi-tasking.  It’s great for people who want to keep their personal and business apps and data separate, […]

How to Use Windows 10 Compatibility Tools to Run Outdated Apps

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Most programs and applications that were created for earlier versions of Windows will continue to work in Windows 10. However, some applications are no longer compatible and might not run as expected while others may not run at all.  Nevertheless, there are ways you can continue to use and enjoy your favorite applications using Windows […]

7 Ways to Create More Disk Space in Windows 10

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When your computer runs low on physical storage, its speed, performance and ability to maintain system integrity will be affected. A poorly managed hard drive can leave you with little space to install significant updates and will generally degrade the user experience over time. In this article, we will discuss several ways to create more […]

How To Install & Use The New Windows 10 Terminal

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Windows Terminal is Microsoft’s combined replacement for the command line and Windows PowerShell, letting you run more powerful administrative commands and tools on Windows than you’d otherwise able to use from a graphical user interface. Rather than switch from one tool to another, the new Windows Terminal brings these tools together. You can run Windows […]

How To Set Your Own Scan Schedule For Windows Defender Antivirus

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Windows Defender, which is one part of the Windows Security suite of tools, is an antivirus Windows 10 App that comes pre-installed on Windows 10 computers. Its purpose is to keep your system secure from spyware, malware, and viruses. Running in the background, Windows Defender monitors your computer in real-time and takes cleanup actions when […]

How To Check Out New Windows 10 Features With Windows Insider

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Windows 10, unlike previous versions of Windows, receives regular feature updates that improve the user experience. Alongside typical bug fixes, Microsoft has continually improved and added to the initial Windows 10 experience since it was first released in 2015. Before Microsoft releases any new features and software to the general public, it rigorously tests them […]