Adaptive Brightness: you either love it or hate it. Whether you want to enable or disable it, here’s how to take care of Adaptive Brightness in Windows 10.
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Windows 10 collects a lot of data using the new Telemetry feature which is enabled and set to “Full” by default. Here’s how to manage telemetry settings to protect your privacy.
New to the tile-based approach of the Windows 10 Start Menu? Get our top 5 tips for using the Start Menu in Windows 10 and making it work for you.
Keeping your Windows drivers up to date doesn’t have to be such a chore. The Snail Driver utility makes it easy. Here’s how to install and use it.
The EFS allows you to quickly encrypt files and folders in Windows using your own user account. Although less secure than BitLocker, it’s still handy.
Did you know that you can create shortcuts to different system settings in Windows 10 without the use of any third-party software? Here’s how.
Keylogger is software that monitors, records & sends your personal data to a third party without your knowledge. Scary? Yes! Here’s how to protect yourself.
Windows often has issues when it comes to standby and sleep mode management. If you’re looking to fix some common issues with standby, check out Stand-Bye.
When you create a shortcut in Windows, a small arrow icon is displayed on top. Don’t like that default arrow icon? Here’s how to customize or remove it.
Did you know the Ease of Access Center in Windows lets you set an alert for all the Lock keys on your keyboard – including the Caps Lock key? Here’s how it works.
Windows 10 has a feature called Enhanced Anti-Spoofing that acts as a countermeasure for any unauthorised access via spoofing. Here’s how to enable it.
Did you know your photos give out personal info about you and your location? Luckily it’s easy to fix; here’s how to remove the metadata from your photos.
Looking for a web browser that is focused on privacy? Brave web browser may be just what you’re looking for; it automatically blocks ads and trackers.
Microsoft recently announced the Convenience Rollup update for Windows 7 users. Here’s what you need to know about it and how to install it.
If you want to restrict users from using the Run dialog box in Windows or just want it disabled for personal reasons, here are two ways to do that.
Prefer faster navigation over style in Windows? You can easily decrease menu animations duration or disable them altogether. Here’s how.
If you are having an issue with a program, your last resort to fixing it is often resetting it to its default settings. Here’s how to do that in Windows.
When you set a policy in the Local Group Policy Editor it will affect the whole system and all users by default. Here’s how to change that behaviour and tailor it for specific users.