Windows 10

What To Do If Your Windows Mouse Suddenly Cannot Drag & Drop Files

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Using your mouse to drag and drop files helps you enormously to work faster on your computer. But what if the function suddenly stops working? What do you do then? In this post are the different solutions to the problem. These are easy and quick fixes that anyone can try out. Run a DISM Tool […]

How To Track Router History & Monitor Internet Activity

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There is no direct way to access someone’s search history – even if they are connected to your home router. That said, you can set up your router to log a user’s browser history. In this guide, we’ll show you how you can do just that. However, collecting data such as someone’s browsing history is […]

How To Fix The Black Screen Of Death On Windows 10

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Getting a blue screen of death is bad. But with it, at least your computer will tell you that there’s something wrong. On the other hand, if you end up with a black screen of death, you’re on your own. You’re left guessing what the problem is. Let’s look at the causes and solutions on […]

Easy Ways To Find Hardware & Other Computer Specifications

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“What do you mean how much RAM do I have? It’s a computer, how should I know?” If you’ve found yourself saying this, you will know the frustration of not having technical answers. It can also delay getting the help you need. Let’s look at some tools to keep those answers at your fingertips. Find […]

How To Reboot & Select The Proper Boot Device On Windows

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The Reboot and Select Proper Boot Device error message pops up when a motherboard can’t connect to the hard drive that contains the operating system. But there’s no need to bring in your PC for repairs just yet. In this post, you’ll learn some of the ways you can troubleshoot the issue on your own. […]

How To Fix Slow SSD Boot Up Times On Windows 10

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If you’re noticing slow Solid State Drive (SSD) boot up times on your Windows 10 computer, you’re probably wondering where things went wrong. SSDs are renowned for having faster boot ups and faster operation speeds than regular hard drives, so when things start to get slow, something may need to be fixed. In this guide, […]

Use The Windows 10 Task Scheduler To Automate Almost Anything

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This seems to be the age of automation when it comes to our private lives. From smart homes to Siri shortcuts, we can now achieve more by doing less. So why are you still doing repetitive tasks manually in Windows? It turns out that Microsoft has really turned the dial to 11 when it comes […]

The Most Common Windows 10 Error Messages & How To Fix Them

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On-screen errors are always a source of frustration. It never fails to drain the life from one’s face anytime your Windows OS succumbs to an internal hiccup. Even more so when you have no idea how it happened in the first place. In a time when our lives are being made easier through the use […]

4 Ways To Tell If You’re Using 32-Bit Or 64-Bit Windows

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Although we’re gradually transitioning into a fully 64-bit PC world, not everyone is currently running a 64-bit version of Windows. Knowing if your Windows is 32-bit or 64-bit is important when it comes to installing some software, especially drivers. Finding out if you’re running 32-bit or 64-bit Windows isn’t difficult, though, and there are multiple […]

How To Change Your DNS Provider In Windows

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One way to think of the Domain Name System (or DNS) is as the phone book of the internet – DNS servers tell your machine what IP address domain names should point to. For example, when you navigate to Google in your web browser (via google.com), that domain is pointing you to 172.217.5.110. You instead […]