Windows 10

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    Teaching Your Kids To Use Email Safely

    We’re often so concerned over social media, online gaming and chat sites that we tend to ignore one of the most common threats to online safety for young people and children, email. Whilst it’s a…

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    Dealing With Spam in Gmail

    Gmail is fairly good at catching spam as it arrives in your inbox and will generally move it to a dedicated spam folder automatically.

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    Easy Ways to Boost Your Wi-Fi Range and Speed

    Are you plagued by slow wireless Internet speeds? Does your Wi-Fi drop out at the worst possible times? Smart TV spending more time buffering than streaming your favourite shows? Then it sounds like you need…

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    10 Extreme Windows 10 Security Tips

    There are numerous ways and means to greatly improve Windows 10’s security and privacy. Precisely how secure and private you want to get is purely down to you. You can opt for better than average…

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    Find and Install Free Software Safely

    Finding free software is relatively easy but finding free software that doesn't fill your PC with junk or farm your details and sell them off to the highest bidder is a little harder. That is…

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    How to Get The New Edge Browser Today

    The latest version of Edge, Edge Chromium, is a major change and offers a much better browsing experience. Based on Google Chrome browser, Edge is focused on modern web standards, privacy and security, and boasts…

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    Windows Performance Problems? Try a Fresh Start

    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.

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    Easily Speed Up Windows 10 Start-Up

    Windows 10 launches pretty quickly when it's newly installed but as you install more apps it may slow down over time. Luckily it is fairly easy to manage which apps and programs open on launch…

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  • Photo of Windows 7 Support Has Officially Ended – Now What?

    Windows 7 Support Has Officially Ended – Now What?

    If you have been clinging on to the much-loved Windows 7 on your PC, resisting the many reasons to upgrade to Windows 10, this might be the point when you should start to reconsider. Microsoft…

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    Is Free Software Really Free?

    Very little of any real value is completely free these days and software is no exception. There are various levels of “free” within the software industry, from Freemium to Ad-supported. Here we will explain the…

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  • Photo of 4 Brilliant Email Clients for Windows 10

    4 Brilliant Email Clients for Windows 10

    While many people now prefer the ease of webmail services such as Gmail, there are still a lot of benefits of having email client software installed on your computer. The email app that comes with…

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    History Of Cloud Computing

    Despite the cloud being a fairly new technological term, you may be surprised to discover that the concept behind it can be traced back almost to the very beginnings of the modern computer age.

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  • Photo of Automatically Back Up Files to USB Drive

    Automatically Back Up Files to USB Drive

    SyncToy is a tool from Microsoft which allows you to synchronise files easily between two folders, either two local folders, or one local and one on an external drive (including a USB flash drive). It…

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    Monitoring Your Children’s Online Activity

    The temptation and lure of the Internet is often a little too much for some people, especially young people who are repeatedly told not to look or go somewhere on it. Tell a young person…

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  • Photo of Using the Windows Hosts File to Block Websites

    Using the Windows Hosts File to Block Websites

    The Hosts file is used by the operating system to map hostnames to IP addresses. It’s a historical file that’s used by Windows to signpost internal and external websites, and other such networking services. You…

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