Author: Andrew

Is your Windows 10 PC full? It’s not the end of the world! It doesn’t mean you have to buy a new PC, or even delete precious pictures or games. In fact, Windows 10 makes it easier to clear space than ever before. Today, we’re teaching you how to quickly free up space in your Windows 10 PC using easy tips and settings. Check What’s Clogging Up...

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If you’re like most PC users, you’ve been using Windows 10 for over a year now. The operating system has gone through numerous updates, but one thing has remained constant: Windows 10’s login screen sometimes takes a long time to tell you about a wrong password entry. We’ve all been there. You type in your password, smash the enter key, then wait patiently for Windows 10 to...

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Looking for the perfect gift for the PC gamer in your life? Here are the top 6 best gifts your special PC gamer is probably already interested in buying. 6) GeForce GTX 1050 Ti This is one of the easiest and most affordable ways to upgrade your PC. It’s the budget card of the season. If your special PC gamer is still using a graphics card that’s...

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Are you having frame rate problems with Overwatch? Do you just want to get closer to 60fps? One “weird trick” recently popped up on the internet to help increase frame rates. That trick is easy for anyone to implement. In many users, it’s increased framerates by 30% to 50% - which is more significant than most graphic changes. No, we’re not talking about just dropping the graphics...

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Earlier today, Microsoft held a major press event. As expected, Microsoft announced a new all-in-one PC called the Surface Studio (with prices starting at $3,000). The company also made several other important announcements that affect Windows users. What do you need to know about today’s Microsoft event? Here are 5 fast facts that affect Windows users the most. 5) A New $3,000 Surface Studio All-in-One PC Microsoft is...

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Remember when Google Fiber was coming to a city near you? Remember when it went to places like Kansas City and everyone got excited for when it would come to cities like Seattle? Well, those times are gone: Google announced that it was pausing its Fiber operations in ten cities, while remaining in all cities with existing Fiber infrastructure. Alphabet, the parent company of Google, is...

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Microsoft Security Essentials is a valuable baseline security platform found on all Windows computers. A new malware is taking advantage of that fact by masquerading itself as a fake version of Microsoft Security Essentials. After your computer is infected with the virus, you’re scammed into spending large amounts of money on “repairs” after calling toll-free numbers. To encourage you to repair your PC, your computer will frequently...

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One of the most noticeable changes in the latest Windows 10 update involved the lock screen. Now, instead of going to a boring “login” page when you need to type in your password, you’ll see your background image the whole time. But that’s not the only change. Microsoft also introduced Cortana to the lock screen along with a number of other customization options – all accessible...

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Microsoft is holding a press event on October 26. Rumors are flying across the internet. What will Microsoft announce? Should you care? Some of the biggest news from the event could be the release of an all-in-one Surface desktop system. Microsoft could be bringing the Surface brand name to the desktop market, introducing an Apple-like system where everything is packaged into a sleek desktop-style device. Some people...

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It’s 2016, and we can finally log into our Windows computers using an iPhone as verification. It’s true! Thanks to an upcoming Windows 10 update, you will be able to verify your identity using a wide range of methods – including iPhones and other mobile devices. You can also unlock your device with a fingerprint, iris scan, face detection, pattern, and more. Microsoft specifically mentioned the iPhone...

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