How to Show Different Time Zone Clocks on Windows 10 Taskbar

January 17th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

By default, Windows 10 will display a single clock with your local time in the system tray. If you want an additional clock, here is an easy way to make Windows 10 show different time zone clocks on the taskbar. This is really useful when you need to know if it’s a good time to […]

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How to Check if a Process is Running as Administrator in Windows 10

January 15th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

When you try to run an program with admin privileges, a UAC prompt will ask for permission to continue. But there are some scheduled tasks or background applications which can run as admin without the UAC prompt. In this tutorial we’ll show you a simple method to check if a process is running as administrator […]

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2 Ways to Disable / Block Microsoft Edge Extensions in Windows 10

January 8th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

Browser extensions are third-party add-ons that provide extra functionality to Microsoft Edge. When your browser slows down or it doesn’t load webpage properly, a problematic extension may be the major cause. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to disable extension support and prevent users from installing any extension in Microsoft Edge on Windows 10. […]

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How to Create System Restore Points with Command Prompt or PowerShell

January 6th, 2020 by Admin No comments »

By default, Windows will automatically create a restore point before you make a major change to the OS, such as installing a new driver or app. In order to make more frequent backup, you need to create restore points manually or schedule the task to run daily or weekly. In this tutorial we’ll show you […]

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3 Ways to Disable Clipboard History in Windows 10

January 3rd, 2020 by Admin No comments »

Is there a way to turn off the clipboard history feature? Starting with Windows 10 October 2018 Update, the clipboard can save multiple items (text and images) that were copied and sync them across devices. This may inevitably cause your sensitive data appear in the clipboard history. In this tutorial we’ll show you 3 easy […]

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How to Make Windows 10 Play Shutdown Sound

December 26th, 2019 by Admin No comments »

Windows 10 shutdown sound not playing? Starting with Windows 8, sounds for the logon, logoff and shutdown events have been disabled completely, but the sound files remain in the system location: C:\Windows\Media. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to make Windows 10 play shutdown sound using Task Scheduler. How to Make Windows 10 Play […]

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How to Make Funny Folder Name with Emoji on Windows 10

December 23rd, 2019 by Admin No comments »

How can I create a folder or file with funny name? If you get bored with using letters and numbers to name a folder or file, here’s how to use Emoji to rename a folder or file on Windows 10. How to Make Funny Folder Name with Emoji on Windows 10 Open File Explorer and […]

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2 Ways to Run a Windows Program in Compatibility Mode

December 19th, 2019 by Admin No comments »

Your old program doesn’t work properly or can’t run at all after upgrading to Windows 10? To get some older programs to run on a modern version of Windows, you may need to turn on compatibility mode. In this tutorial we’ll show you 2 simple methods to run a Windows program in compatibility mode. Method […]

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How to Enable Print Logging in Windows 10 and Windows Server 2012

December 16th, 2019 by Admin No comments »

How can I keep track of all printing activities that take place in different applications? Windows Event Viewer allows you to track all print jobs in one place. By default the print logging isn’t turned on. Here is how you can enable print logging in Windows 10 and Windows Server 2012. How to Enable Print […]

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How to Move the Desktop or Document Folder to Another Drive in Windows 10

December 11th, 2019 by Admin No comments »

Every version of Windows comes with a series of default folders (such as Desktop, Document, Downloads, Pictures, Videos, and Music) for each user account. If you’re running out of space on your primary C: drive, you can move those folders to another drive to free up space. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to […]

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