Windows 10 Tutorials

How to Secure Your Web Browser

The web browser is possibly the weakest link in the entire security chain. It is the software product that is on the front line, the one that will inevitably bear the brunt of any Internet attacks and as such, attackers focus a lot of effort on making the Read more...

Defragment Your Hard Drive

Over time the data stored on your hard drive may get fragmented and become slower for your system to access. Read more...

Resetting Windows 10: Formatting your PC

Windows 10 can malfunction in many ways, from sudden file disappearances to issues when installing updates. If your computer is not working properly, with strange errors or poor performance, it may be time to restart. Read more...

Add a Shutdown Timer to the Desktop

A shutdown timer allows you to delay the shutdown of your computer in the event that you need to leave it on while it completes a particular function. Read more...

Using the Task Scheduler

This guide looks at how the new scheduler works and how we can modify its use. Read more...

Installation and Restore Windows 10

When Windows 10 first launched into its "free for a year" offer, there were plenty of horror stories of people getting unstable systems after upgrading from Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, or from people who couldn't get the new OS installed at all. Read more...

Manage Disk Partitions in Windows 10

Disk partitioning is the creation of one or more separate regions on a PC hard disk (hard drive) and all modern drives need at least one partition to begin storing files. Read more...

Connecting and Managing Your Desktop and Devices

One of the biggest stories about Windows 10 has been a long time coming. The early promise was that the operating system would provide a consistent look and feel across all your computers and devices. Read more...

Working on Dual Monitors

With a second monitor and the required connectors on your PC, setting up Windows 10 to display over two screens is easier than ever. Read more...

Limiting Data Usage when Tethering

If you are out and about with your Windows 10 laptop and need access to the Internet, you have the option of connecting through your smartphone, using a tethered connection. Read more...

Power management on desktop systems

Power-management features in Windows 10 can be broadly divided into two groups. Features in the first group apply universally to all Windows devices, even those that are permanently tethered to AC power. Read more...

Securing Your Computer

In this tutorial, we focus on the tools and techniques you can use in Windows 10 to make sure your computer is as secure as possible for you and your family. Read more...

Remote Desktop

Remote Assistance is the Windows Remote Desktop feature, and this is much more common in the workplace. It needs to be activated on each PC. Read more...

Backing Up Your Files with File History

Creating a robust system isn't just about creating a backup image of Windows 10. Your PC would be pretty useless if all your files were lost, so having a reliable file backup routine is essential. Read more...

Windows 10 Networking Essentials

Before you can connect to the internet or a local area network, your Windows 10 device needs a network adapter, properly installed with working drivers. Read more...

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