Windows 10 Tutorials

Using Wireless Bluetooth Devices

In a nutshell, Bluetooth is a wireless technology that provides wireless communications among computers, printers, mobile phones, tablets, digital cameras, and other electronic devices. Read more...

Restore and Reset

A new way to clean all the crapware off your PC - even the junk installed by your PC's manufacturer. Read more...

Configure Windows 10 Data Access and Usage

This tutorial discusses multiple methods of configuring sharing and setting access permissions on the share so that you are in control of who can see or edit the data. Read more...

Configure Windows 10 Updates

Keeping computers safe and protected from external threats such as malware and hackers is a big challenge. In earlier versions of Windows, you could decide whether the operating system is automatically updated with the latest features, security update Read more...

Formatting Hard Drives in Disk Management

You may have figured out that you will need to reformat your hard drives to make them available again in both Windows and the Windows Server Essentials Dashboard. Read more...

Configure Devices and Device Drivers

In this tutorial, you learn how Windows 10 installs drivers for new devices and hardware and how you can maintain these drivers, upgrade them, and resolve driver issues that might occur. Read more...

Protect Your Windows Files

Some things on your hard drive are valuable. Pictures and videos from digital cameras are irreplaceable. Documents you spent hours creating required an investment of your time. Read more...

Storing in Storage Spaces

For people who want to make sure that they never suffer a data loss - in spite of dying hard drives or backup routines that don't run properly. Read more...

Working with the Lock Screen

The very first time you start Windows, and anytime you shut it down, restart, or let the machine go idle for long enough, you're greeted with the lock screen. Read more...

Personalizing the Appearance of Windows

ou can make Windows 10 yours by personalizing its appearance. From fine-tuning your window colors to choosing your desktop backgrounds, screen savers, sounds, mouse pointers, Read more...

Installing and Running Desktop Programs

You install desktop apps via the Windows Store. You install programs using a downloaded installer or installation media. Part of the installation process involves checking the credentials and prompting for consent if the user doesn't have appropriate priv Read more...

Configure System and Data Recovery

In this tutorial, you review how to configure system and data recovery options for Windows 10. If you have experience with an earlier version of Windows, you might be familiar with many of the options because some are included in Windows 10. Read more...

Repairing and Removing Programs

Most of the time, your applications operate smoothly and without incident. Occasionally, however, you need to repair a program that is having problems. Read more...

Configure removable devices

Removable devices such as USB flash drives and Secure Digital High-Capacity (SDHC) memory cards are common and can offer portability benefits but also pose a potential threat to data security and loss. Read more...

Configure HomeGroup connections

Introduced in Windows 7, the HomeGroups feature aims to provide a simplified process of sharing files and printers on small networks such as in small offices or homes, where Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) is not used. Read more...

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