Windows 10 Tag

Antivirus software Avira and Kaspersky have achieved top grades in a recent antivirus test for Windows 10. The test looked at the malware-fighting effectiveness of Windows 10, along with their low resource usage. This latest test was performed by AV-Test, a Magdeburg, Germany-based security firm known for its regular antivirus tests throughout the year. The firm’s latest round of tests focused specifically on antivirus software for Windows...

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The next biggest update to Windows 10 will arrive on October 17. If you’re like most Windows 10 users, then you haven’t heard much about the update so far. We’re here to change that. Here are the most important features, benefits, and changes you’ll notice after the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is released on October 17. My People Microsoft released a creators update earlier this year,...

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You might have missed it, but Microsoft quietly released a new operating system called Windows 10 S. That operating system is designed primarily for schools. It’s built to compete with Google’s Chromebooks – which are taking an increasingly large share of Microsoft’s school userbase. Today, we’re explaining 5 things you need to know about the new Windows 10 S OS. What Does the S Stand For? Most people understand...

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Looking for the best Windows 10 tricks? Here are some tips and tricks you probably didn’t know about. 5) There’s a (Sorta) Secret Classic Start Menu Microsoft infamously removed the Start and Start button in Windows 8. The Start button was re-introduced in Windows 10, but it doesn’t have quite the same classic interface we knew and loved in previous versions of Windows. Fortunately, there’s an easy way...

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The Windows 10 Creators Update has rolled out over the past week. You’ve probably noticed some substantial changes – it’s the second biggest update to Windows 10 since launch. Want to make sense of the changes? We’ve picked the top 5 most important features, changes, and improvements you need to know about. 5) Better Microsoft Edge Microsoft Edge continues to make a case for itself as a full-featured,...

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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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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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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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