How to Disable Change Password Option from the CTRL + ALT + DEL Screen

February 23rd, 2018 by Admin No comments »

How to remove the “Change a password” option from the Ctrl+Alt+Del screen in Windows 10? When pressing the Ctrl+Alt+Delete keyboard combination, it will invoke the Windows Security Screen and users can change the login password there. Here’s how you can disable the ability of changing password from the Ctrl+Alt+Delete screen in Windows 10 / 8 […]

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3 Ways to Enable or Disable Touch Feedback in Windows 10

February 21st, 2018 by Admin No comments »

When you tap or draw something on a touch screen, a round spot appears under your fingertip if you’ve enabled Touch Feedback in Windows 10. This provides you with visual feedback that your tap was recognized. In this tutorial we’ll show you 3 ways to enable or disable Touch Feedback in Windows 10. Method 1: […]

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Fix: Windows 10 Requires Username and Password When Session is Locked

February 19th, 2018 by Admin No comments »

When a Windows 10 session is locked, it requires the username and password to unlock it. Previous versions of Windows only required the password. How can I change it to only ask me for password? Luckily there is easy fix that can get rid of the need to click or enter username, so you can […]

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Fix: Windows 10 Thumbnail Cache Keeps Deleting Itself at Boot

February 4th, 2018 by Admin No comments »

When you open a folder containing images or video files, Windows will automatically create the thumbnail images for each file and store them in the cache, so that it can show thumbnails without any delay the next time you open the same folder. Since Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, the thumbnail cache keeps deleting itself […]

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How to Clear the Thumbnail Cache in Windows 10

February 2nd, 2018 by Admin No comments »

Windows 10 thumbnails messed up? By default, Windows automatically creates thumbnails for every documents, videos and images on your PC, which gives you a preview of a folder/file before you open it. When Windows 10 doesn’t properly display thumbnails or the thumbnails are corrupted, here’s how to clear and rebuild the thumbnail cache in Windows […]

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How to Turn On / Off High Contrast in Windows 10 / 8 / 7

February 1st, 2018 by Admin No comments »

How can I remove High Contrast mode? Windows comes with several themes that provide high contrast and make it easier to read screens in bad lighting. This feature is really useful for users with visual impairment. Here are different ways to turn on / off High Contrast in Windows 10 / 8 / 7. Method […]

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How To Enable or Disable Night Light in Windows 10

January 23rd, 2018 by Admin No comments »

Night Light, also known as “Blue Light”, is a new feature introduced since Windows 10 Creators Update, which makes your display use warmer colors at night to help you sleep better and reduce eyestrain. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to enable or disable Night Light mode in Windows 10, even when the Night […]

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How to Change Input Language Using Keyboard Shortcut in Windows 10

January 22nd, 2018 by Admin No comments »

Unable to change keyboard language in Window using hotkey? Is there any way to set keyboard shortcuts to quickly change to a different language / keyboard layout? Here’s how to enable a keyboard shortcut for changing the input language in Windows 10. How to Change Input Language Using Keyboard Shortcut in Windows 10? Open the […]

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Change Mouse Pointer Size and Color in Windows 10 / 8 / 7

January 18th, 2018 by Admin No comments »

Mouse cursor is too small? How can I change the color of mouse pointer to make it easier to see? When you’re playing a game, you may find the mouse cursor is way too small for your screen. Here are 3 simple ways to change mouse pointer size and color in Windows 10 / 8 […]

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Find If Your Drive is SSD or HDD in Windows 10 / 8 / 7

January 17th, 2018 by Admin No comments »

How can I know whether a disk is a solid-state drive (SSD) or hard disk? Is there a way to check if I have a SSD or HDD without having to open the laptop itself to see what’s inside it? Here are 2 easy methods to find if your drive is SSD or HDD in […]

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