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Need to rotate your desktop? Messing around with monitor orientations? Just want to see how weird your desktop looks when it’s flipped upside down? Today, we’re explaining everything you need to know about rotating your screen in Windows. Method 1) Use your Built-in Windows Display Settings The best way to rotate your screen in Windows is to use the Display settings. Follow these easy steps: Right-click anywhere on...

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Has your computer gone quiet? Is your microphone refusing to cooperate? Is your music fuzzy? Many Windows 10 users experience sound problems. In most cases, you can fix these sound problems without getting out of your office chair. Here’s an ultimate guide to troubleshooting common sound problems in Windows 10. The Basics of Troubleshooting Restart your computer Check the connections at your audio / microphone jack and...

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Microsoft has announced that it will stop supporting Windows Vista on April 11, 2017, five years after they announced the end of “mainstream support” for Windows Vista. Unfortunately for Microsoft, thousands of people still use Windows Vista. What do you need to know about the end of Windows Vista? How can you prepare? We’re here to help. Microsoft is Ending All Support for Windows Vista Microsoft ended most...

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One of the most annoying changes Microsoft made with Windows 10 was with its automatic reboots during Windows Updates. I can’t be the only one who has lost valuable work, browser tabs, or documents after discovering that my computer rebooted itself overnight. The question here is: can you actually prevent Windows 10 from automatically rebooting after updates? Or are you always stuck with these reboots? Today, we’re...

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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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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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You might be surprised to learn that you can easily run Android apps on your Windows PC. It’s true! It’s not even that hard. After installing these apps, you can use WhatsApp, Snapchat, and any other Android app from your PC. Whether you want to play Angry Birds or Pokemon Go, you’ll find multiple options below. Option 1) BlueStacks App Player BlueStacks is probably the easiest and best way...

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Disk usage problems are frustratingly common in Windows. Does your computer randomly slow down? It may be a disk usage problem. The next time this problem occurs, check your Task Manager and look at the disk usage tab. Does it say 99% disk? That means you have a disk usage problem. Fortunately, this is almost always a fixable error. You don’t need to buy a new...

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Modern technology has made it easier than ever to stream from a PC to a TV. Still, many of us are clueless about how to actually do that. Today, we’re teaching you how to stream anything from your PC to your TV – even if you’re clueless about technology. Best Option: HDMI Cable Virtually all PCs and TVs sold within the last 5 to 10 years will have...

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