How to Run Chromium OS in Windows 10

How to Run Chromium OS in Windows 10

If you want to test Chrome OS for development or personal purposes on Windows 10, learn how you can run Chromium OS in Windows.

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How to Free Up RAM on a Windows Computer

How to Free Up RAM on a Windows Computer

Before you jump ahead and install new RAM to your machine, make use of the following methods to free up RAM on your Windows computer first.

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How to Add Album Art to MP3s in Windows 10

How to Add Album Art to MP3s in Windows 10

One major annoyance with MP3 files is the lack of album art displayed when listening. Here are a few ways you can add album art to MP3s in Windows 10.

By Ryan Lynch -
How to Upgrade Your Hard Drive to SSD

How to Upgrade Your Hard Drive to SSD

Is your hard drive beginning to fail, or are you interested in speeding up your PC with an SSD? Follow these steps to upgrade your hard drive to SSD.

By Tracey Rosenberger -
Using Airdrop on Your Android and Windows 10

Using Airdrop on Your Android and Windows 10

While Airdrop doesn’t work on Android and Windows, there are ways you can easily send files from an Android phone to Windows 10. Check them out.

By Tracey Rosenberger -
What Is Windows 10X?

What Is Windows 10X?

With that vision in mind of a future of a single screen, Microsoft introduces Windows 10X. Find out what WIndows 10X is and how it will affect you.

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How to Write to Windows Partition In Linux

How to Write to Windows Partition In Linux

If you’ve mounted your Windows partition in Linux, you may find that you are not able to write to it. Learn how you can write to Windows partition in Linux.

By Alexandru Andrei -
How to View Recently Updated Windows Drivers

How to View Recently Updated Windows Drivers

If Windows starts having an issue after an update, you can start troubleshooting by checking for recently updated Windows drivers. Here’s how to do it.

By Tracey Rosenberger -
What Is Windows Core OS?

What Is Windows Core OS?

Windows 10 is now four years old, and Microsoft has begun to look towards the future. The Windows Core OS Project is Microsoft’s plan to develop one single OS for the future.

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