We’ve heard everything from ‘cat hair can damage mechanical keyboards’, to ‘optical disks that spin over 45x can fly out of the drive and cut your legs off!’.
The latest update to Windows 10 has just been released by Microsoft. Version 1809 of Windows 10, or the October Update as it’s also called (also, Redstone 5), is available to download now.
There are a lot of programs that were written before high DPI and 4K screens were commonplace, and as such they haven’t been updated to support or make use of the auto DPI Scaling feature in Windows 10.
If you're having problems with your PC, you can try to refresh, reset or restore it. Resetting your PC reinstalls Windows but gives you the choice whether it deletes your files, settings and apps. Restoring your PC is a way to undo recent system changes you've made. A Fresh Start completely removes all apps and reinstalls Windows 10 from scratch. Fresh or Reset? Refreshing and resetting your Windows 10 PC are two very different things and you should always make sure you know which is the best choice to solve your current problem. Step 1 If your PC isn't performing...
Being in control of security on your computer is important but almost as important is being able to control your privacy settings. Microsoft recently launched a web-based privacy dashboard tool and this has now become available to everyone in the Creators update.
Even if you have been using Chrome for a while, there are probably dozens of tricks that you never even knew were possible. Here are a few tips and tricks to get you started.
There are more security risks for your computer than just the common virus. The amount of digital use the average person has over the course of a week has increased significantly in just a few years, and with it comes a legion of security related issues.