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If you tried everything you could think of to fix a network issue in Windows 10, a network reset may be just what you need. Learn how to reset network settings in this article.
While installing Windows 10 is relatively straightforward, sometimes you might encounter the “We couldn’t create a new partition” error. Here’s how to fix it.
By default, the Note button in Windows 10 Action Center is mapped to the OneNote app. Learn how to modify the Note button to open other note-taking apps.
If you want to know how your PC perform as compared to others, this article will show you what is benchmarking and how to benchmark your PC.
Most game controllers will work right out of the box in Windows, but if it doesn’t, here’s how to calibrate a game controller in Windows 10 and make it work.
While a laptop touchpad doesn’t come with a middle button. If you are a fan of middle-click, here are a few ways to enable a middle click for your touchpad.
Microsoft recently released Windows 10 S to the public so that you can download and try it out. Learn how you can install Windows 10 S on your PC.
If you need to manage ISO files, or just mount them in your system, here is some of the best ISO mounting software for Windows, Linux, and macOS.
Windows’ own clipboard is very basic, while the Microsoft Office clipboard is far more advanced. Learn how you can make use of the Microsoft office clipboard in Windows.
The system restore feature in Windows will take up a lot of storage space. Learn how you can easily delete system restore points to regain the lost space.
If you’re in the habit of changing your desktop wallpaper regularly, here are some apps you can use to change your wallpaper automatically in Windows 10.
Changing the default font in Windows is not as easy and require edits to the registry. Follow these steps to easily change the default font in Windows 10.
The Xbox One controller is a pretty solid option for PC gaming, and connecting it to a PC is easy. Here’s how you can connect an Xbox One controller to a PC.
The default command line interface in Windows sucks, and there are a lot of third-party consoles around. Here are 5 of the best terminal emulators for Windows 10
You may have come across a “Hybrid sleep” option when poking around in Windows Settings. What is hybrid sleep, and more importantly, should you turn it on or off?
The Automatic Repair Loop in Windows 10 can be one of the most frustrating things to happen. Here are some ways to fix the repair loop issue.
There are plenty of ways to capture the screen in Windows. Find out how you can take screenshots in Windows 10 without third-party apps.