Windows 10 collects a lot of data which is considered an invasion of privacy. Here are some of the best apps to manage privacy options in Windows 10.
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Windows 10 comes with pre-installed apps, but there’s no direct way to remove them. Luckily, you can uninstall pre-installed apps with the Powershell command.
Windows 10 features automatic updates. If you’re looking to configure or disable automatic updates in Windows 10, here’s how to do that.
The Action Center is a new Windows 10 feature; notifications stay there until you clear them. If you don’t like that, here’s how to disable Action Center.
Windows 10 allows you to create a WiFi hotspot and share your wireless connection with several devices. Here’s how to create it and switch it on.
AutoHotKey is one of the best Windows automation programs that can perform both simple and complicated tasks. Here are 10 AutoHotKey scripts worth a look.
Tabs make everything easier and allow you to open multiple items as once. If you want to add tabs to the Microsoft Office interface, this guide is for you.
Want to download Windows 10 ISO? The idea is to trick Microsoft servers to think you’re not using Windows 7 or above. Here’s how to do that.
If you’re on a limited Internet connection, here’s how you can disable Windows Update Delivery Optimization in Windows 10 to save Internet bandwidth.
Are you interested in adjusting the play count in iTunes manually? If so, this tutorial will show you just how to do that on Windows.
Not a fan of light colors? Don’t like the light color scheme in Windows 10? You’re in luck. Here’s how to enable Dark Mode to see the dark side of Windows.
Windows 10 has a lot of shady data collection going on that you should be aware of. Here’s what you need to know about Windows 10 and your privacy.
One feature absent in previous Windows versions is the ability to check your hard drive space. Here’s how to free up space on your hard drive in Windows 10.
Despite the excitement about Windows 10, there are a few reasons you should hold back your upgrade to Windows 10. Here’s why.
Windows 10 comes with Cortana installed, but it is disabled by default. Here is how you can enable and set up Cortana in Windows 10.
Unlike previous versions of Windows, you can’t change the color of window title bars with just a few clicks. Although a bit involved, here’s how it’s done.
Windows 10 doesn’t have a built-in way to change the login screen wallpaper, so we’ll show you how to use the Windows 10 Login Screen Image Changer app to do it.
Microsoft automatically activates Windows 10 in the background, but there’s no way to tell if it has been successfully activated. Here’s how to check.