How to Import Passwords into Chrome from Firefox in Windows 10

January 18th, 2019 by Admin No comments »

When you start moving to Chrome as your primary web browser, the first thing to do is to move all your passwords and bookmarks from the old browser to the new one. Since Chrome 66, it makes password importing & exporting much easier for inexperienced users. In this tutorial we’ll walk you through the steps […]

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How to Recover or Export Passwords from Firefox Quantum

January 10th, 2019 by Admin No comments »

How can I export the user names and passwords stored in Firefox Quantum? Firefox offers to store the passwords and then auto-fill the login forms whenever you access a specific website. It seems that the passwords are no longer needed, but anyway, the moment will come when you need to reinstall Windows or export the […]

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How To Stop Firefox Quantum from Updating Automatically

January 8th, 2019 by Admin No comments »

How can I disable automatic updates in Firefox Quantum? It could be frustrating for Firefox to push the update notifications and interrupt what you’re reading. Starting with Firefox version 63, Mozilla has removed the ability to disable updates completely. When you click on the Menu button at the top right corner and select Options. Scroll […]

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2 Ways to Find Your Firefox Profile Location in Windows

January 7th, 2019 by Admin No comments »

Firefox stores all your settings (including home page, bookmarks and passwords) in a profile folder that keeps your personal information separate from the Firefox program. When Firefox keeps crashing or your PC can’t boot, your information won’t be lost (at least your Firefox saved passwords could be recovered). In this tutorial we’ll show you 2 […]

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3 Ways to Enable or Disable Cortana on Windows 10 Lock Screen

January 3rd, 2019 by Admin No comments »

By default, Cortana is available on the lock screen in Windows 10, so you can chat with Cortana without first unlocking your computer. If you want to improve the security level, it’s better to turn off Cortana as needed. In this tutorial we’ll show you 3 ways to enable or disable Cortana on Windows 10 […]

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3 Ways to Disable or Turn off Storage Sense in Windows 10

December 29th, 2018 by Admin No comments »

Windows 10 comes with a new feature called “Storage Sense”, which will automatically delete temporary files created by apps and erase old files that have been in the Downloads folder or Recycle bin for over 30 days. If you’re not satisfied with this feature, you can disabled it permanently. This tutorial will show you 3 […]

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How to Convert FAT32 / FAT to NTFS in Windows 10 without Data Loss

December 27th, 2018 by Admin No comments »

How can I convert a FAT32 volume to NTFS without losing data? Both FAT and FAT32 are legacy file systems and Windows only supports FAT32 partition up to a size of 32 GB. When you try to copy a single file larger than 4GB to a FAT32 drive, you might also get the error “The […]

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2 Ways to Set Default Tab for Task Manager in Windows 10

December 26th, 2018 by Admin No comments »

Task Manager lets you gain access to the essential information regarding the running processes and the real-time performance in Windows. Whenever you launch Task Manager, it will open to the Process tab by default. Starting with Windows 10 19H1, you can change the default tab for Task Manager according to your usage habits. Method 1: […]

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December 25th, 2018 by Admin No comments »

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Prevent the use of security questions for local accounts in Windows 10

December 25th, 2018 by Admin No comments »

Adding security questions for a local account will provide an extra way to restore PC access if you forget your Windows 10 password. If you think this feature is neither secure nor reliable, you can remove security questions using a registry tweak. Since Windows 10 build 18237, there is a new group policy that lets […]

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