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.
What if you have changed Group Policy settings and want to revert back? The process can be misleading. Here’s how to reset Group Policy Settings in Windows 10
Changing the startup sound in Windows 10 is not as easy as it seems. We’ll show you how to change the startup sound in Windows 10 and replace it with the Windows 95 tone.
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?
In Windows you might be familiar with the random USB connect and disconnect noises that occur for no reason. Here are some tips that can help you exorcise these phantom USB noises.
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.
If you don’t want to upgrade to Windows 10 but still want your Windows 7 to look like it, you can grab and install the Windows 10 theme for Windows 7. Here’s how.
The Edge browser in Windows 10 doesn’t come with a direct method to import/export bookmarks. Here is how you can import or export bookmarks from the Edge browser.
Windows doesn’t natively support the ebook’s ePub and mobi format. Here are some of the best ebook readers for Windows you can use to read ebooks.
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.