2 Ways to Open Chrome in Guest Browsing Mode on Windows 10

October 6th, 2019 by Admin No comments »

Chrome browser can be started in guest mode so you don’t leave any traces like cookies, cache or browsing activities on the computer. This is useful when you need to use a public computer for private browsing. In this tutorial we’ll show 2 different ways to launch Chrome in guest browsing mode on Windows 10. […]

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Easy Ways to Enable Telnet Client in Windows 10 / 8 / 7

September 29th, 2019 by Admin No comments »

Telnet is not recognized as an internal or external command on Windows 10? Starting with Windows 7, telnet is not enabled by default and you have to install it manually. In this tutorial we’ll show you 2 simple ways to enable telnet client in Windows 10 / 8 / 7. Method 1: Enable Telnet Client […]

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How to Fix Secure Boot Violation on UEFI-Based Computer

September 27th, 2019 by Admin No comments »

When your computer boots from a Live CD or a installation disk, you may get a red square in the center of a black screen, with the following error message: “Secure Boot Violation. Invalid signature detected. Check Secure Boot Policy in Setup” Secure Boot is a feature included on UEFI-based computers, which ensure that only […]

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2 Ways to Uninstall or Install WordPad in Windows 10

September 25th, 2019 by Admin No comments »

WordPad has been part of Windows for over decades, but it hasn’t been updated in any real way at all. Starting with Windows 10 build 18963, WordPad has become an optional feature and you can uninstall it with ease. In this tutorial we’ll show you 2 ways to uninstall or install WordPad in Windows 10. […]

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Tutorial: Run PowerShell Commands on Remote Computer

September 23rd, 2019 by Admin No comments »

How can I run a PowerShell script from a remote computer? Are there any basic instructions for getting Powershell remoting to work through WinRM? In this tutorial we’ll walk you through the steps to run PowerShell commands on a remote computer. Let’s say your local PC is called “PC01” and you’re going to use PowerShell […]

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How to Enable Remote Desktop with Registry, PowerShell or Command Prompt

September 19th, 2019 by Admin No comments »

Is there a script to remotely enable remote desktop on Windows Server 2016? Previously we’ve covered how to turn on remote desktop protocol (RDP) using the GUI interface, but those methods don’t work in some scenarios where you do not have physical access to the computer on which you want to enable RDP. In this […]

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How to Speed Up Windows 10 Menu Animations with Ease

September 16th, 2019 by Admin No comments »

When you hover over an item in a menu, there is a delay for the submenu to pop up with an animation effect. To reduce that delay, you can use a registry tweak to speed up menu animations and make your Windows 10 apps more responsive. How to Speed Up Windows 10 Menu Animations Press […]

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3 Ways to Turn off Visual Animations in Windows 10

September 10th, 2019 by Admin No comments »

Windows 10 comes with lots of animation effects to give you a more attractive and user-friendly feel, such as fading effects, when you maximize/minimize a window or open/close a menu. If you find these animations slow down your computer or you don’t like them at all, here are 3 ways to turn off visual animations […]

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Disable Hardware Graphic Acceleration for Office 2019 / 2016 / 2013

September 9th, 2019 by Admin No comments »

Starting with Microsoft Office 2013, hardware graphics acceleration is enabled by default, which moves all graphics and text rendering from CPU to GPU (a chip on your graphics card) for getting better performance, but it may also increase the burden on the graphic card. If you experienced crash, slowness, blurred text and cursor hanging when […]

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How to Project Your Screen to Another Windows 10 Computer Through Wi-Fi

September 5th, 2019 by Admin No comments »

Is it possible to make the screen of one laptop appear on another laptop? How do you mirror desktop PC to laptop wirelessly? Windows 10 includes a useful feature that lets you turn your Windows 10 PC into a wireless display, so you can mirror another PC’s display with ease. In this tutorial we’ll walk […]

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