Data loss can affect anyone. In fact, data stored on your Windows 10 computer can disappear in the blink of an eye. Backing up your data is the best defense against data loss, regardless of whether it’s due to a malware attack, hardware failure, or a natural disaster.
Windows 10 and 11 are packed with various features that make it easier for users to accomplish their tasks. Among these features are time-saving keyboard shortcuts. In this blog, we’ve compiled our favorite ones that you might find useful.
Snap allows you to put two to four windows side by side, making it easier to compare documents or do two things at the same time.
Biometric access used to be the stuff of sci-fi movies, but Microsoft has turned it into everyday reality for Windows 10 and 11 users. Thanks to a feature called Windows Hello, users can now log into their devices via face, fingerprint, or iris scan, or PIN code entry.
Windows 11 is here, and many users are wondering whether they should upgrade. The new Microsoft operating system (OS) introduces quite a few nifty features, but it also has its share of controversies. So, should you take the plunge? Here are some things you need to know before making that decision.
With an adoption rate of less than 9%, Windows 11 isn’t currently as popular as its predecessor, Windows 10. But this doesn’t mean it’s less functional. Get to know the latest Microsoft operating system (OS) and you might just be persuaded to upgrade.
The Disk Cleanup tool is a nifty feature that weeds out unneeded files such as cached web pages, temporary files, and deleted items in your Recycle Bin. Disk Cleanup can also determine which files can be removed from your hard disk to free up space. If you notice your Windows PC slowing down or performing below its optimal level, such files are likely the culprit.
Windows 11 has an attractive new look and some of the niftiest features ever seen in previous iterations of the operating system. These include the new placement of the Start button, improved security, Microsoft Teams’ Chat integration into the taskbar, a more personalized Widgets feed, and much more.
Messy desktops are not only hard to navigate, but they can also hinder your productivity. That’s why it’s important to regularly declutter your desktop so you’re not stuck wondering where everything is saved. Here are some useful tips you can follow.
If your Windows 10 PC is showing signs of slowing down, there are ways to speed it up. Here are some quick, easy ways to improve your computer’s performance without spending hundreds of dollars on a replacement.
Prevent programs from launching at startup
Windows makes certain programs readily available by loading them at startup.
Most tech companies, such as Microsoft, collect certain information about their users so they can provide better, more personalized experiences. However, these companies also often use the data they gather for advertising purposes. The good thing is that as a Microsoft user, you have a fair amount of control over your own privacy.