3 Ways to Quickly Clear All Event Logs in Windows 10

August 4th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

Event Viewer is a built-in Windows application that lets you view all the important events that occur on your PC. Sometimes, you may need to delete old event logs at once if nothing has gone wrong. In this tutorial we’ll show you 3 ways to quickly clear all event logs in Windows 10 Event Viewer. […]

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How to Turn On Device Encryption in Windows 10 Home

July 25th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

Although BitLocker is not available on Windows 10 Home, you can still use a similar feature called “device encryption” to protect your data from unauthorized access. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to check if your computer supports device encryption, and walk you through the steps to turn on device encryption in Windows 10 […]

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How to Prevent Windows 10 from Downloading Feature Updates

July 14th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

How can I stop or defer Windows 10 feature updates only? Feature updates are also known as major updates that are actually a new version of Windows 10, while cumulative updates are traditional security patches we’ve known over the years. In this tutorial we’ll show you 2 methods to prevent Windows 10 from automatically downloading […]

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How to Remove “Restore previous versions” Context Menu in Windows 10

July 13th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

When you right-click a folder or a file in File Explorer, the “Restore previous versions” option will always appear as an option in the context menu. It lets you recover old versions of your files and folders that were backed up by File History or system restore points. If neither File History nor system restore […]

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How to Mute a Tab in Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Firefox

July 10th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

When you’re surfing the web with multiple tabs open, an ad may pop up suddenly on another tab and it starts playing sound automatically. This could put yourself into embarrassing situation if you’re in public. In this tutorial we’ll show you easy ways to mute a tab in Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Firefox. Mute a […]

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How to Block Video Autoplay on the New Microsoft Edge Browser

July 7th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

Is there any way to stop Microsoft Edge from automatically playing videos after page loaded? Luckily, the new Microsoft Edge browser comes with a setting called Media Autoplay, which lets users control video autoplay on websites. In this tutorial we’ll walk you through the steps to block video autoplay on the new Microsoft Edge in […]

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3 Steps to Change Currency Format in Windows 10

July 1st, 2020 by Admin No comments »

Incorrect currency showing on a website or an app? How can I change the default currency in Excel? The currency format displayed may be based on the region and currency settings in Windows. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to change the default currency format in Windows 10. How to Change Currency Format in […]

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2 Ways to Remove Properties from Recycle Bin Context Menu in Windows 10

June 30th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

When you right-click the Recycle Bin icon on the desktop, you can choose the “Properties” option to customize Recycle Bin size or change the action of file deletion. If you don’t allow others to access the Properties menu, you can hide or remove it. In this tutorial we’ll show you 2 methods to remove Properties […]

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Fix: Windows 10 Stuck at Spinning Circle During Restart or Shutdown

June 29th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

When you restart or shut down Windows 10, it may be stuck on a blue screen for a long time with a spinning circle. Actually, Windows 10 is waiting for running applications to exit. If they don’t respond within 30 seconds, you’ll get the following screen and you can proceed with a forced shutdown. To […]

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How to Change Storage Capacity for Recycle Bin in Windows 10 / 8 / 7

June 24th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

Recycle Bin is a hidden folder in Windows which can store deleted files. Once the maximum storage size for the Recycle Bin is reached, Windows will automatically delete the oldest files permanently to make space for newly deleted files. If your Recycle Bin’s storage capacity is too small to hold a large file, you’ll get […]

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