Windows 10 Tutorials

How to Set Up Windows 10

Setting up Windows 10 so you can start using it. Connecting to the Internet is the critical first step. Nowadays, having access to the Internet is essential, which is why connecting is the first step on the agenda. Read more...

Useful Tips for Windows 10 Users

Windows 10 may be Microsoft's best operating system yet. Despite the fact that it was just recently launched, it is already full of neat features that will excite any Windows user. Read more...

Managing services

A service is a specialized program that performs a function to support other programs. Many services operate at a very low level (by interacting directly with hardware, for example) and need to run even when no user is signed in. Read more...

Windows Stop Errors

If Windows has ever suddenly shut down, you've probably experienced that sinking feeling in the pit of your stomach. When Windows 10 encounters a serious problem that makes it impossible for the operating system to continue running. Read more...

Working at the command prompt

To get to the command prompt, run Cmd.exe. You can do this by double-clicking any shortcut for Cmd.exe, but since you like to type, you might find it easiest to press Windows key+R, and then type cmd. Read more...

Creating a Network Switch

By default, a new virtual machine is set up as a standalone computer with no network connection. It can't connect to the Internet or to other computers on your network. Read more...

Automating Maintenance

Windows 10 performs automated maintenance to help optimize your computer's performance. Unfortunately, while the idea of such of thing sounds terrific, the reality is a bit different. Read more...

Type and Edit in Google Docs

Unless you're a super speedy touch typist, using a keyboard to get your thoughts and ideas down is an inefficient and quaintly old-fashioned way of working. Read more...

Maintaining Your Hard Drive

The CPU and RAM are the most important factors for system performance, but your hard drive plays an important role in determining the overall speed of your computer. Read more...

Data Secure via Encryption

You may think that your Windows account password protects your sensitive files from prying eyes, and it does, but only up to a certain point. Although keeping your Windows password secret. Read more...

Keep Windows Running Best

This tutorial is a checklist of sorts, with each section explaining a fairly simple and necessary task to keep Windows running at its best. Read more...

Sharing Computer

This tutorial explains how to set up a separate user account for everybody in your home, including the computer's owner, family members, and roommates. Read more...

Storage: Internal, External, and in the Cloud

This tutorial explains how to use the Windows filing program, called File Explorer. (You may recognize it as Windows Explorer, its name from older Windows versions.) This tutorial also explains how to use OneDrive, your Internet storage space... Read more...

Customizing Your Displays

With some devices, you may want to change the display size of text, apps and other screen elements to make them larger or smaller. Sometimes, you may want each of your monitors to have a different orientation. Read more...

Optimize the Performance of Your Windows 10 System

How to boost the performance of your computer by tweaking various settings in Windows 10. Read more...