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Get Windows 10 Space Without Buying a New Disk

May 2nd, 2018

Always consider freeing up more space on your computer. On Windows 10 devices, it’s almost inevitable that storage will quickly run low as the total file size of photos, videos, and music continues to increase. Still, there are easy ways to maximize your disk space so you don’t have to purchase a new drive unless […]

Helpful new features coming to Windows 10

April 18th, 2018

Windows updates are notorious for taking too long to install and providing few tangible benefits. But Microsoft aims to make amends with the forthcoming Spring Creators Update, which takes half as long to set up and introduces several new features. Brush up on what’s coming so you can take full advantage of the update on […]

Expect better accessibility in Windows 10

March 30th, 2018

If you feel like Windows 10 should improve its accessibility features, you’re in luck. Microsoft is introducing major upgrades on its OS’s display and audio features with significant tweaks on its Ease of Access, Narrator, and related settings. Better Ease of Access settings Some users rarely tinker with their computer’s accessibility settings because they’re difficult […]

Why are Windows 10 updates so slow?

March 15th, 2018

Windows 10 users are well aware of the fact that installing updates can take a long time. In fact, you’ll find many users venting about this issue in online forums and complaining to their service providers. So what kind of feedback are they getting, and why are Windows 10 updates so slow? Why do updates […]

Which Windows 10 package is right for you?

February 27th, 2018

With fast performance, regular updates, and a helpful digital assistant, Windows 10 is a must-have operating system (OS) for both individual consumers and entire businesses. But before you purchase it, you’ll have to decide between Windows 10 Home, Pro, and 10 S. So which one is right for you? Windows 10 Home This version, as […]

How to turn off intrusive Windows 10 settings

February 9th, 2018

With Cortana following you around — from spamming helpful suggestions based on what you’re typing to displaying extremely precise and personalized ads based on your online search — Windows 10 can often feel intrusive. Here are a few tips you can follow to leave Microsoft’s watchful eye behind. Turn personalized advertising off For those unaware, […]

Issues found for new Windows patches

January 25th, 2018

Despite security being one of Microsoft’s top priorities, it has been recently discovered that there are two vulnerabilities in computer chips, named Meltdown and Spectre, that put private data in jeopardy. As a solution, Microsoft has released an update to fix this vulnerability. Issues with Microsoft’s Spectre and Meltdown patches After the January 3rd announcement […]

Bloatware: From Annoying To Dangerous

January 11th, 2018

Bloatware, junkware, trialware, third-party apps — whatever you call it. There’s now yet another reason to get rid of these annoying pre-installed programs and plugins indefinitely: security threats. Learn more about the other risk that might do more than slow down your computer. Tavis Ormandy, a researcher from Google’s Project Zero, recently discovered that a […]

New feature for Windows 10 Insiders

December 25th, 2017

Just weeks after the major Windows 10 Fall Creators update, Microsoft has released two new features for Windows 10 Insiders called Sets and Timeline. Although these features will likely change over the course of the development period, here’s everything we know about them so far. Sets Sets takes the tab features from web browsers and […]

Microsoft rolls out junkware-free PCs

December 7th, 2017

Are you tired of buying a new PC and getting a load of pre-installed crapware you don’t need? This unnecessary software runs concurrently with the app you’re using, often prompting you to upgrade it ASAP. Signature Edition PCs let you do away with all of it. What are Windows 10 Signature Edition PCs? Microsoft Windows […]