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System comprises the posts coming under the system category on Windows 10 as for Notifications & actions, Apps and Features, Multitasking, Power and Sleep and others.

Customize and Get Most Out of Storage Settings in Windows 10

Customize and Get Most Out of Storage Settings in Windows 10 image 1 Windows 10 storage settings provide you a platform to organize a space of disk partitions. After making a slight calculation you are able to delete items and free up some extent and change the location to store the content. In addition, this field includes a navigation to System Restore settings to avoid a file or folder […]

How to Tell if You have Fall Creators Update on Windows 10 PC

How to Tell if You have Fall Creators Update on Windows 10 PC image 4 Do you require to ensure that you have Fall Creators Update on Windows 10 PC? When you go to a shop to buy a Device you scrutinize OS versions in addition to Memory, Hard disk, Battery, Processor. Fall Creators Update is the latest version from Microsoft so you need to double check and make sure this […]

How to Automatic Turn on Quiet Hours for Set Rules in Windows 10

How to Automatic Turn on Quiet Hours for Set Rules in Windows 10 Pic 3 Microsoft allows you to Automatic Turn on Quiet Hours for Set rules effortlessly with the introduction of Windows 10 build 17074. This new feature provides certain customization options so that you don’t get interrupted by the unwanted notifications on a specific occasion. It offers four different activities and lets you choose the time slot when […]

5 Ways to Remove System Error Memory Dump Files in Windows 10

5 Ways to Remove System Error Memory Dump Files in Windows 10 Pic 7 When your PC run into a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD), it generates a dump file. These dumps get accumulated over time and again and consumes a huge space of your drive. You can absolutely safely delete the items from your machine. So, today, we present you few simple ways to easily Remove System Error Memory […]

How to Block Auto Reopen of Programs After Reboot in Windows 10

How to Block Auto Reopen of Programs After Reboot in Windows 10 Pic 1 The recent release of Fall Creators Update has gained an ability to relaunch the programs automatically which were running before the restart or shutdown. This means when you shutdown the OS with certain apps open, some of them gets relaunched all by itself at the next startup. For many, this is completely

How to Check Number of Cores in CPU on Windows 10

How to Check Number of Cores in CPU on Windows 10 Pic 3 On several occasions, you may need to Check Number of Cores in CPU of the PC you are using for various reasons. Especially, when you buy a new PC a thought might come to mind to verify the specification claimed by manufacturer. If you are running Windows 10, then the OS provides

How to Adjust SDR Content Brightness on HDR Display in Windows 10

How to Adjust SDR Content Brightness on HDR Display in Windows 10 image 2 Windows 10 allows you to adjust SDR Content Brightness on HDR Display. This is a new feature and currently available for the insider member having at least the build 17040. Windows 10 insider has come up with amazing features like improvements in settings touch keyboard, handwriting panel and so on. You can

How to Find Monitor Properties in Windows 10

How to Find Monitor Properties in Windows 10 Pic 3 You may often feel the need to Find Monitor Properties in Windows 10 for various reasons. Checking the properties helps you to know its specifications as well as to determine the maximum resolution of the display, Driver version, status, Powers state, different ids. Moreover, it contains basic details such as device description

How to Add or Remove User that can Remotely Access This PC in Windows 10

How to Add or Remove User that can Remotely Access This PC in Windows 10 image 3 Add or Remove User that can Remotely Access This PC is another example of Microsoft’s dedication towards the users. The motive is to provide the maximum ease of access and flexibility in use. Users can add multiple users in order to access the computer remotely. When a user allows a remote desktop

How to Share Windows 10 Desktop Screen using Chromecast

How to Share Windows 10 Desktop Screen using Chromecast Photos 2 You can effortlessly Share Windows 10 Desktop Screen using Chromecast. Instead of using HDMI cables, it’s best to connect the desktop to the television wirelessly with this new feature. It works best with the Chrome browser on any PC platforms that support it, including Windows 10, Chrome’s OS, Mac, and Linux. Chromecast
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