3 Ways to Backup BitLocker Recovery Key on Windows 10

October 11th, 2018 by Admin No comments »

After turning on BitLocker to encrypt your hard drive, it’s important to save a copy of the BitLocker recovery key in case you need it. If you’ve lost the recovery key created when you initially set up BitLocker, you can make a new copy of the key as long as you can sign into Windows […]

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Make a Desktop Shortcut to Switch User Accounts in Windows 10

October 9th, 2018 by Admin No comments »

Looking for a straightforward way to switch user accounts? Normally we can switch between users by clicking the user name icon on the top left of Start Menu and then selecting another account from the list. But this method is not quite effective. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to make a desktop shortcut […]

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How to Set up Windows Hello to Log into Windows 10

October 8th, 2018 by Admin No comments »

Windows Hello is a new sign-in option that lets you log into Windows 10 using facial recognition, without having to enter a password. If your Windows 10 laptop or tablet has a built-in camera, you can set up Windows Hello in just a few simple steps. How to Set up Windows Hello to Log into […]

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Fix: “Open with” Missing from Windows 10 Right-Click Context Menu

October 2nd, 2018 by Admin No comments »

How can I restore “Open With” context menu in Windows 10? The “Open With” option lets you open files with any program of your choice, especially useful if the file extension is unknown or it’s associated to a program that doesn’t exist. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to add the missing “Open With” […]

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How to Set .PS1 Script to Open with PowerShell By Default

September 30th, 2018 by Admin No comments »

When you double-click a .ps1 file from File Explorer, Windows 10 will open it in Notepad rather than executing the script with PowerShell. If you want to set .ps1 script to open with PowerShell by default, you have to change the file type association. Method 1: Associate .PS1 to Open in PowerShell Right-click any .ps1 […]

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Add “Run with PowerShell (Admin)” Context Menu for .PS1 Files

September 29th, 2018 by Admin No comments »

How to add “Run as administrator” to PS1 file context menu in Windows 10? Before you can run PowerShell script with admin rights, you have to launch the elevated PowerShell console firstly. To simplify this process, you can add “Run with PowerShell (Admin)” to the right-click context menu for .PS1 files. How to Add “Run […]

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Fix: Windows 10 Photos App Not Working

September 27th, 2018 by Admin No comments »

Unable to open the Photos app and it keeps crashing? The Photos app is the default photo viewer in Windows 10. If it has stopped working and you’re unable to open image files, try the following methods to fix the Photos app issues. Method 1: Reinstall Windows 10 Photos App If your Photos app doesn’t […]

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How to Delete One or More System Restore Points in Windows 10

September 26th, 2018 by Admin No comments »

By default, Windows 10 will automatically create a restore point when you install a device driver or Windows update, so you can later reverse system changes if Windows 10 becomes unstable. Restore points could take up a lot of disk space, so if your PC is running well, there’s not much sense in keeping many […]

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Easy Ways to Open System Properties in Windows 10

September 25th, 2018 by Admin No comments »

The System Properties window is commonly used to configure options such as your computer name, system restore, remote desktop and so on. In this tutorial we’ll show you 3 easy ways to open System Properties in Windows 10. Method 1: Open System Properties by Right-clicking This PC Icon Right-click the This PC icon on your […]

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