Many people are running Windows 10 on their PC but want to try out Ubuntu. Here’s how you can dual boot Windows 10 and Ubuntu.
There will be times when you need to copy the list of files in a folder. This tutorial shows you how to copy a folder’s file list in Windows.
Microsoft has been adding plenty of small ads here and there with each update of Windows 10. Here’s how to block ads in Windows 10.
Due to privacy reasons, you might not want your recent documents to appear in the Jump Lists. Here’s how to clear the recent documents jump list at system shutdown.
By default, the Share feature in Windows 10 doesn’t come with customization options. Here is how to enable the Share settings page in Windows 10.
There are many reasons why your Windows might be “not genuine.” Here we will detail each of the reasons and the way to fix Windows’ not genuine issue.
Microsoft will release the Windows 10 Creators Update in April 2017. Here’s everything you need to know about the Creators Update.
Microsoft collects a lot of info about your system via the Customer Experience Improvement Program. Here’s how you can opt out of it or disable it completely.
One of the more recent innovations in digital video is the ability for users to watch 360 videos. Here are the options to watch 360 video in Windows 10.
If you need to defrag your hard drive frequently, the quickest way is to have the defragment option available in the context menu. Here’s how to do so.
If you find that some of your keyboard buttons are going unloved, here is how you can remap unused keys in Windows 10 and maximize your keyboard usage.
Windows 10 has a syncing feature that syncs your data between devices. If you are concerned about your privacy, here’s how to control what Windows 10 syncs.
It is very common to have a system freeze during or after a Windows update. Is your Windows 10 Update stuck? Here’s what you can do to restore your system.
If the built-in archiving feature in Windows is too simple for you, here are some of the free and powerful file archivers for Windows that you can use.
Using a keyboard-based application launcher is one great way to improve productivity. Here are 5 of the best application launchers for Windows 10.
If you’ve bought a new hard drive and wanted to transfer your biggest games to it, here’s how you can move installed PC games between hard drives in Windows.
The default guest account in Windows 10 is completely disabled and cannot be turned on. Here’s how you can create your own guest user account in Windows 10.
If you have an external hard disk that needs to be split into different partitions, here is how you can easily partition an external hard disk in Windows 10.
Hiding your personal files is a necessity if you share a computer with someone else. Learn how you can hide files and folders in Windows 10 easily without third party software.
While Windows 10 comes with its own search tool, there are several third party Windows 10 search tools that can do the job better. Here are 5 of the best.
In the event you need to troubleshoot your PC, you can find the Windows update history in Windows 10 and see what has been updated and is causing the issue.
Did you know that other than the CPU, you can also overclock your PC monitor? This results in smoother movement on your screen, which is useful for gaming. Learn how you can overclock your monitor here.
Cloning your Windows 10 boot drive to a new hard drive is not as easy as it might seem. Here is how you can create a bootable clone of a Windows 10 drive.
Like Chrome, Microsoft Edge also comes with an “about:flags” page for users to enable developmental options. Here is how you can block users from accessing this page.
Some hard drives are marketed as “made for Mac” which many would think means it’s not usable in Windows. This guide will show you how to format and use a “Made for Mac” hard disk on a Windows PC.
Windows Safe Mode and Clean Boot are not the same. Here we examine Safe Mode vs. Clean Boot, look at the differences, and learn how to use them effectively.
Unknown to many, Windows 10 does comes with its own game recording tool. Here’s how you can record games in Windows 10 without third party software.
There are times when you take ownership of a system file, and it causes the system to be unstable. Here’s how you can restore the ownership to TrustedInstaller in Windows 10.
Extending a hard drive partition sounds like a difficult task, but luckily it’s not. Here’s how you can easily extend a hard drive partition in Windows 10.
Microsoft allows you to log in to Windows using a PIN, which some of you might find insecure. Luckily, you can add PIN complexity to the Windows 10 login PIN to increase its effectiveness.
If you have multiple sets of audio interfaces connected to your computer, here’s how to quickly switch between audio outputs on macOS and Windows.
Even though Microsoft is actively pushing Windows 10, its market share is still far behind Windows 7. Did Windows 10 flop? How did things get this way?
Setting the accent color in Windows 10 will apply it to the Start menu, taskbar, title bar, etc. This trick will show you the way to apply the accent color to the taskbar only.
Alt+F4 is the longstanding go-to shortcut for instantly quitting programs, but what if it doesn’t work? Here are some other ways to force quit programs in Windows.
Windows 10 comes with a way for you to manage and change app permissions so you can fine tune and grant the app the appropriate permissions. Here’s how to do that.
While you can easily empty the recycle bin with a right click, it still requires a manual effort. Here’s how you can set a schedule for Windows to empty the recycle bin automatically. No third-party tool required.
Windows 10 comes with an Indexing option for you to quickly search your files. Here are some of the ways to optimize Windows Index for better performance.
For most system administrators, Remote Desktop is one of the most used features in Windows. Here is how you can secure the remote desktop with the credential guard in Windows 10
Uninstalling programs in Windows is usually more than just click the Uninstall button. Here we will show you how to completely remove programs in Windows, without any third party tool.
Are you having connection issues in Windows? Here is a quick way to diagnose connection issues with Traceroute in Windows.
Delete the wrong file by accident or have an important document go missing? Have no fear, EaseUS Data Recovery Software will save the day by recovering it for you.
If you think Windows 10 is downloading an incompatible driver, here is how you can temporarily block Windows 10 from installing that specific driver.
One of the few problem with Windows 10 is that Bluetooth does not work properly as it should. Here are some fixes if your Bluetooth is not working.
The lock screen in Windows 10 is not very useful and requires more work to log in to your PC. Here are three ways to disable the lock screen in Windows 10.
If you are looking to install Windows 10, here are four tools that let you convert Windows 10 ISO to a bootable USB drive.
There are many apps in Windows 10 that need access to your location. Here is how to set a default location in Windows 10 so the system will always return a location to your app.
YouTube is prone to the occasional bit of crashing, which for a lot of people has resulted in the BSoD (Blue Screen of Death) or garbled videos. Here’s how to stop this from happening.
Windows 10 doesn’t give you an option to stop a Windows update from running. Here’s a hack to forcefully pause and resume a Windows update.
Google Chrome has plenty of hidden features and tricks that can make your life easier. Here are 6 you might not have heard about.
There are many reasons why a Windows program cannot be uninstalled. Here’s how you can remove a stubborn program that refuses to uninstall.