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How to Play Blu-rays on Windows 10
Although VLC is one of the widely used media players across the globe, you need to tweak the app in order to make it play Blu-ray discs for you...
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How to Upgrade Windows 10 Home to Pro
Upgrading Windows 10 Home edition to Pro is merely the matter of using a product key that unlocks the Pro features on your existing Windows. If...
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How to Boot Windows 10 from USB
Booting a computer from a USB or any other external bootable media is no longer a tedious task as long as your Windows 10 is able to start...
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How to Manage Windows in Windows 10
In addition to the legacy ‘Cascade windows’ option that used to align all the opened windows one over the other showing only their title bar...
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How to Use Split Screen in Windows 10
The Split Screen feature in Windows 10 allows you to virtually split your monitor screen into two. Simply put, you can work on two apps...
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How to Manually Configure a VPN Connection in Windows 10
When your organization authorizes you to work from any remote location, they would also allow you to access their network using your laptop or...
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How to Enable Windows Sonic in Windows 10
Windows Sonic for Headphones is a built-in feature in Windows 10 (1709) and above that allows you to experience the audio in your favorite movies...
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How to Choose Startup Programs in Windows 10
Startup programs are configured to initialize automatically as your Windows 10 computer boots. While this makes your important and essential apps...
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How to Change Your Windows 10 Username
Username or login name allows you to access your Windows 10 computer using your Microsoft or local account. It’s highly unlikely that you will...
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How to Boot Windows 10 in Safe Mode
Booting in Safe Mode and rebooting back normally resolves many of the Windows 10 problems automatically. In addition to this, Safe Mode also...
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How to Run Windows 10 as an Administrator
At the time of installation, Windows 10 automatically creates a local administrator account and names it ‘Administrator’. This account has...
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How to Restore Windows Photo Viewer in Windows 10
Windows Photo Viewer consumed less RAM as compared to the default Photos app that Windows 10 now has. That is the reason many users still prefer...
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How to Remove Your Password from Windows 10
If you’re signed in with a Microsoft account, Windows 10 wouldn’t let you remove your password in order to ensure the security and integrity of...
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How to Change Your Windows 10 Login Picture
Because a unique picture helps you and others identify your account on a PC shared by multiple users, it is a good idea to replace the default...
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How to Add a Guest Account in Windows 10
A guest user in Windows has extremely limited privileges, and cannot make any changes to the system settings or perform any task that needs...
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How to Update Your Drivers in Windows 10
Although many times the device drivers are automatically updated along with Windows update, you may need to update them manually if: A device...
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How to Turn On Bluetooth in Windows 10
Even if the Bluetooth device (hardware) is enabled on your computer (that could be done using either the Bluetooth switch or by pressing a key or...
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How to Turn Off Automatic Updates in Windows 10
Automatic updates are enabled by default in Windows 10. Since the updates keep the operating system secure with the latest security patches...
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How to Set Default Apps in Windows 10
When you install a third-party app on your Windows 10 computer, depending on the existing/built-in applications your PC has, the new ones may take...
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How to Install New Fonts in Windows 10
Installing new fonts in Windows 10 is way simpler than installing any other app. Where in the latter case you need to go through the installation...
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How to Enable Nearby Sharing in Windows 10
Released with April 2018 update, Nearby Sharing in Windows 10 lets you share your documents, images, videos, etc. to the nearby Windows 10...
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How to Disable Nearby Sharing in Windows 10
New to Windows 10, Nearby Sharing enables you to share (send and receive) files with nearby compatible devices over Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. Although...
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How to Check Your PC Specs in Windows 10
Although you might be already aware of the hardware components like motherboard, processor, RAM, etc. you paid for at the time of purchase, in...
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How to Always Run a Program as Administrator in Windows 10
There are some apps such as Windows optimizers, anti-viruses, etc. that require administrator permissions to run properly. Although many such...
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How to Forget a Network in Windows 10
Every time you visit a new place and connect your Windows 10 laptop to a Wi-Fi, the network is automatically added to the list of known networks...
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How to Find Your Windows 10 Version
Generally you don’t have to worry about the version of your Windows 10 operating system as it doesn’t matter much in most cases. Since Windows is...
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How to Enable Dark Mode on Windows 10
Apart from the default color theme, Windows 10 also has Dark Mode that is sometimes also referred to as Dark Theme. Many users prefer using Dark...
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How to Disable Sleep Mode in Windows 10
By default, Windows 10 automatically goes to sleep when it is left unattended for 15 minutes and 30 minutes when on battery and when connected to...
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How to Change Brightness in Windows 10
In addition to all the other screen related options, Windows 10 also allows you to change the display brightness. You may want to decrease the...
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How to Create a Windows 10 Restore Point
A restore point allows you to restore your Windows back to the state when the point was created. Any changes you make after creating a restore...
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How to Put a Mac OS X on Sleep Mode
The sleep mode in your Mac OS provides plenty of benefits. It can especially help save your battery backup when you forget to shut it down. Learn...
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How to Check for System Updates on Mac OS X
Apple prefers a healthy and smooth experience for its Mac OS users. Like windows, even Mac OS needs an app and the system update at regular...
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How to Fix Unresponsive Mac OS X
A Mac OS being pulled to a condition of the unresponsive state is kind of very rare. In fact, it might be the result of your continuous efforts to...
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How to Connect One Mac Wirelessly with Another Mac OS X
Apple is one of the first company to take advantage of wireless networking technology and connect one workstation to another. This does not...
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How to Compress Files on Mac OS X
Compressing the files and creating them into zip files possess numerous advantages. When you mail too many files or photographs, often disputes...
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How to Format on Mac OS X
Formatting your device enables you to clear up a lot of space for further storage of files and other documents. Read further to know how you can...
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How to Enable DND Mode on Mac OS X
The DND mode also called Do Not Disturb mode on Mac. It is a useful feature enabling which you will not receive any kind of notifications until...
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How to Disable Caps Lock Key
Often while typing, we accidently hit the Caps Lock button innumerable times. It is a common mistake which can disrupt our typing flow. With other...
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How to Switch off the Mac OS X Start-Up Tone
Sometimes the start-up tone of your Mac device can create complications in your work. Thus, it is critical that you have an understanding on how...
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How to Change Desktop Background on Mac OS X
Changing the desktop background always break the monotony in your working schedule with your Mac. You can also opt to change your background with...
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How to Split Screen on a MAC OS X
Unlike Windows, MAC comes with innumerable unique features which make the whole experience of the user smooth. Split screen is one such feature of...
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How to Set Up Group User Accounts on Mac OS X
The group user accounts will allow multiple users to exactly have the same access privileges. You can also set specific access privilege to the...
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How to Reset a Mac OS X to Factory Settings
Whenever you want a fresh original version of your Mac Operating system, you can opt to reset your system to factory settings. Generally, this...
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How to Change Dock Settings in Mac OS X
Users can use the dock preferences settings to change the size of the icons in the Dock. Furthermore, the size of icons in the reposition and the...
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How to Show Battery Percentage on Mac OS X
In the Mac OS X system, you can ensure that the battery percentage gets displayed on your Mac screen. Finding the battery level in the form of...
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How to Connect a Mac OS X to a TV
Many times, you might want to connect your Mac system to the television so that the contents of the Mac can be viewed on a giant TV screen. You...
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How to Create the Mac OS X USB Boot Drive in Recovery Mode
Creating a bootable installer of the Mac OS system is essential when your operating system is ruined or when it malfunctions. You should be...
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How to Record a Screen on a Mac OS X
Mac is self-sufficient when it comes to recording its own screen. Usually, other operating systems might require external applications such as...
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How to Access Hidden Library Folders in Mac OS X
Apple doesn’t like its novice or intermediate users tampering with its internal operating system libraries and files and, hence the library folder...
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How to Add/Remove Network Locations on Mac OS X
Mac allows adding and removing the network locations so that you can access it anytime. Some of you call it as shortcuts, some call it as aliases...
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