If you use Windows Defender as an antivirus, learn how to configure Windows Defender to use it to its full potential and better protect yourself.
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Did you know you can set up Windows Firewall to log connections that go through it? Here is how to track Internet activity using Windows Firewall log.
PlayStation Now launched on the PC, letting Windows users play hundreds of PS games on their rigs. Here we have the answers to some of the biggest questions about it.
By default, the Windows 10 lock screen times out in one minute. Here is how you can customize the Windows 10 lock screen timeout to your liking.
You might have came across a gigantic hiberfil.sys file in your PC and wondered if you could delete it. Let’s find out what is it and how you can handle it.
If you want to hide user accounts on the Windows 10 login screen, you can easily do so with a simple registry hack. Check it out.
Having difficulty troubleshooting your PC? Find out all you need to know about Windows 10 Safe Mode and how to use it to solve your problems.
When making Skype calls on a Windows machine, you may have noticed your computer’s volume takes a noticeable drop. Here is the fix.
For testing it is recommended to use a virtual machine so any fatal changes won’t affect your main system. Here are some virtual machines for Windows 10 that you can use.
Windows Sticky Notes is not as feature-rich as Evernote, but that doesn’t mean it’s useless. Here are 5 tips to master Wndows Sticky Notes.
Have you been using your computer as normal when the blue screen of death suddenly appears, and the computer automatically restarts? Here’s how to debug it.
If you are new to Hyper-V and want to try it out, here is how to enable it and create a new virtual machine in Windows 10.
Have you stumbled upon a file named pagefile.sys that is taking up GBs of space in your system drive and you are wondering if you can delete it? In this post we will tell you what pagefile.sys does and how you can disable it.
100% Disk Usage is a problem that’s affected users across Windows 7, 8, and 10, and usually stems from one of a number of background processes. Here are some of the ways you can use to fix it.
All Windows 10 Universal Apps are configured to run in the background to fetch data and keep the app information updated. Here is how you can stop background apps in Windows 10 and prevent them from using up your precious resources.
Windows 10’s notifications can be distracting at times. Here is how you can set up and configure a quiet hour in Windows 10 to reduce the distraction.
Want an easy way to create restore points in Windows 10? Here’s how to create a shortcut that lets you create a restore point via a simple double-click.
Installing the Anniversary update is not a smooth process for all. Here are some of the common Windows 10 Anniversary Update problems you might face and how to solve them.