Category: Windows

How to Schedule Batch Files in Windows 10 [Guide]

Batch files are typically used to automate repetitive tasks in Windows computers, and the ability to schedule those tasks to run at designated times make it a powerful productivity tool. Today, we will learn how to schedule batch files in Windows 10 using the built-in Task Scheduler utility. Even if you’re not an advanced user, […]
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How to Restore Missing Features in Windows 10 (2021)

Windows can be infuriating at times, with every update bringing its fair share of bugs, problems and vulnerabilities. Often, important features go missing after a problematic update, making it difficult to get the most out of your computer. So if you’re looking to restore some important functionalities in Windows 10, you’ve come to the right […]
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How To Copy on Android and Paste Onto Windows Machine

In 1973, Larry Tessler, a computer-scientist specializing in human-computer interaction, invented cut, copy and paste interaction tools. This happened while working with Xerox PARC Company as a researcher in the United States of America. Cut, copy, and paste went on to become an essential and standard tool in human-computer interaction. Copy creates a duplicate of […]
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Outlook for Windows crashes immediately after starting up, Microsoft is investigating the issue

For many users around the world, Outlook for Windows client is crashing immediately after starting up. Microsoft is aware of this issue and currently investigating to find the cause. The latest update could be the cause of this issue. Meanwhile, users can access their mail through Outlook.com and Outlook mobile apps. We’re investigating whether a […]
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Review: Crucible is Amazon’s poor attempt to get into gaming

Reviewed on PC Everyone’s favourite mega-corporation is back once again to continue its venture into making games, this time setting out with the task of reinventing the hero shooter genre. Enter Crucible: Amazon‘s PVPVE shake-up to the constantly regurgitated hero shooter formula. The expected Hero Shooting experience is split between three modes in Crucible’s inaugural […]
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Netmarketshare: Google Chrome registers a slight jump in the market share

Netmarketshare: Google Chrome registers a slight jump in the market share

Netmarketshare has released the market share for March 2020. The data shows a slight jump in Google Chrome’s market share compared to February 2020’s data. With Windows 7’s end of support, more and more users are switching to Windows 10. The OS now holds 57.34% of the market and is followed by Windows 7 which […]
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How to Securely Delete Files on Windows 10

In times when you need to delete sensitive information like your IDs, important office or personal documents that are stored in your computer or hard drive, a mere “Shift+Del” won’t help you. It is true that the “Shift+Del” removes the files and folders without putting them in the Recycle Bin, but are you sure that […]
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Microsoft finally fixes multi-monitor stutter problem in Windows 10 20H1

The last couple of weeks have not been good for Microsoft as the company is struggling to fix another botched Windows 10 cumulative update. While Microsoft has been fixing their Windows update mistakes, it looks like there’s some good news for Windows fans. First shared on Reddit (via Microsofters), it looks like Microsoft has finally […]
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Microsoft will fix the Windows 7 wallpaper bug for everyone

We reported earlier that Windows 7 users were complaining of their wallpaper being replaced by black screens when they install the important KB4534310 and KB4534314 updates for Windows 7. The wallpaper bug affected all the Windows 7 users who use stretch option while setting up wallpapers. Microsoft later confirmed that it was indeed a bug but said the company would […]
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A2DP sink feature returns to Windows 10

The A2DP sink feature was last available in Windows in Windows 7, with Windows 8 and earlier versions of Windows 10 lacking the capability.  Before, the feature let you use your PC as a Bluetooth audio output device, but Microsoft has since removed “sink” capabilities. This change forced many users to switch to alternative, universal […]
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Microsoft ends support for Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2

From today, Microsoft no longer supports Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2. Enterprises still running Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 should buy Extended Security Updates that include provision of Security Updates and Bulletins rated “critical” and “important,” for a maximum of three years after January 14, 2020. On-premise customers should […]
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Microsoft introduce Indexer Diagnostics app for Windows Search

Windows Search has, arguably, become too cluttered over time.  While the addition of Cortana, plus multiple other features, certainly maximised its function- they’ve also made it slower than ever before. Many Windows users have resorted to the use of third-party applications, like WizFile, which fulfil the basic duties of Windows Search, but without the wait. […]
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How to Create a Local Account on Windows 10 During Setup

With Windows 10 version 1903 (May 2019 Update), Microsoft is forcing users to opt for an online-only account during the setup process. Many users have reported that the option for a local account is no longer available. After the forced Windows update fiasco, this is Microsoft’s latest push to bring more Windows users online. Microsoft […]
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