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...

Transfer Your Files to a New PC

If you're like many people, you might be inclined to buy a new PC every few years in order to benefit from the latest in performance and features. But when you've spent years accumulating thousands of personal data files on an existing PC. Read more...

Windows 10 Privacy Settings

Privacy settings used to be a thing about mobile phones, which Microsoft ingeniously ported to their Win8 release. In Win10, even more options are added. There five categories in Win8 - it was increased to 12 in Win10: Read more...

Analyzing and Logging Performance

Windows 10 provides many tools to help you track performance. You could track current and relative performance and provided techniques for determining resource usage using Task Manager and uncovering problems using the Event Logs. Read more...

Sorting Out Your Files, Folders, and Storage

Windows 10 provides the file-management app called File Explorer to help you keep your files and folders in order. To get the most out of your computer, you will want to navigate File Explorer like a pro and customize it so that it works the.... Read more...

Connecting External Hardware

In this tutorial, we look at how to connect extra drives to give more storage capacity, how to set up multiple monitors and virtual desktops to give you more work space, and how to set up printers for when you need hard-copy output. Read more...

Universal Apps

Following in the footsteps of mobile and cloud-based applications, Win10 strengthens Microsoft's stance on making "universal" apps universal for all PCs. Read more...

Windows Hello

Windows Hello is the biometric component of Microsoft's Passport. However, the two applications are not dependent on each other - you can use Windows Hello by itself (and hence we are putting it in its own tutorial). Read more...

Command Prompt and PowerShell

If you have been following the evolution of Windows through time, you will know the only thing that has been there since the very start (and one that has seen the least number of changes) - the command prompt. Read more...

Windows 10 Bugs, Issues, Problems

One of the things about today's current state of technology is that everything seems to be a work-in-progress. As demonstrated before, Windows 10 is not an exception - no matter how polished it seems to be. Read more...

Microsoft Passport

Windows 10 has created a very powerful approach toward user privacy. Most of this comes through its implementation of the Microsoft Passport. Instead of passwords. Read more...

Maintaining and Backing Up Your Computer and Files

Nobody likes it when their PC begins to misbehave or when they lose files, work, or can't even use the PC at all, but creating a robust system with backups of both your files and the operating system can appear daunting. Read more...

Securing Windows 10

In this tutorial, we examine the types of threats you're likely to face at home and at work. More importantly, we describe some of the more significant security improvements made in Windows 10-many of which are in layers you can't see, such as hardware-ba Read more...

Windows 10 Configuration to Protect Privacy

Windows 10 has some new useful features, but if you think what this means rest of the Internet world out the waiting to pounce on your connected world, this could also come increased vulnerability. Read more...

Using Computers Remotely

Remote Assistance lets you turn control of your computer over to a trusted expert for advice, troubleshooting, or general support. Remote Desktop allows you to control a remote computer from whatever computer you happen to be using. Read more...