If you are wondering where to find useful software for your Windows PC, this is a huge list of 101 free software for your Windows-based PC.
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While Microsoft Project is very useful, it can be very complex at times. These alternatives are simpler, and they are free.
There are a myriad of reasons to automate the startup and shutdown of Windows 10; this article shows you how you do it.
The new Windows 10 start menu search has worked perfectly, but recently it won’t show apps like it should. If you’re having a similar issue, here’s some fixes.
If you don’t like how the default shortcut icon looks on Windows Desktop, you can replace the shortcut icon with a custom one.
When you see the “SD card is damaged. Try reformatting it.” message, all is not lost yet. You could still retrieve your data.
Some of you might have encountered the issue of the Settings app not working in Windows 10. Here’s how to fix it.
Ever wondered where Windows stores installation files for apps and how to get access to those installation files and folders?
The hard drive contains all your important data, and it is important to ensure it is healthy.
The ability to create and schedule tasks in Windows is great. What makes it better is you can get it to run with a delay.
Windows Defender is free and comes with every Windows installation, but is it good enough?
If you are looking to create a screencast, this article will show how you can do it in Windows 10.
Windows 10 allows you to check your laptop’s battery health status so you can make the necessary changes to keep the laptop’s performance at its best.
You can use the Run commands in Windows to quickly access tools and tasks. This is a good list of useful Run commands to help you be more productive.
An overheated CPU can become permanently damaged. One way you can reduce CPU temperature is by undervolting. This article will show you how.
If you have set the network profile the wrong way, this will show how you can change the network profile from public to private on Windows.
The recent update for Windows 10 allows you to check which apps are using your GPU and how much each one is using. Here’s how to find your GPU usage in Windows.
For those who are paranoid about the security of the new Timeline feature in Windows 10, this will show how to disable the Timeline features in Windows 10.