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  • How to Set Default Photo Player in Windows 10

    Date:2020-7-8 Author:Olivia

    When you double-click on an image or picture in Windows 10, it will open with Photo Viewer by default. And if you’d rather it open with a different photo viewing program, here is a simple way to set the default photo player in Windows to the application of your choice! 1. Click Start icon at […]

  • How to Change UAC Settings in Windows 10

    Date:2020-7-6 Author:Olivia

    User Account Control helps prevent potentially harmful programs from making changes to your computer, and you can choose when to be notified about changes to your computer. For your better reference, here I’d like share how to change UAC settings in Windows 10. 1. Press the shortcuts [Win] + [R] on your keyboard to invoke […]

  • Wi-Fi Repeater VS Extender, Which One Should You Buy?

    Date:2020-6-27 Author:Guest Post

    In simpler times, we had just a wired Internet connection that plugged into the computer. This computer was the hub. In even simpler times, we relied on phone calls, posts, and face-to-face meetings. However, times have changed immensely and are now quite complex. We live in times when Internet connectivity is an absolute must to […]

  • How to Check Whether Your Computer is 32-bit or 64-bit

    Date:2020-6-26 Author:Cordelia

    When you install some software or drivers, there are usually x86 and x64 versions for 32-bit and 64-bit Windows respectively. So how do you know whether your computer is running in 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 10? Here are 3 methods you can check the information. Check System Settings 1. Hit Start button, click Settings in […]

  • How to Uninstall Apps on Windows 10

    Date:2020-6-25 Author:Olivia

    If you’re new to Windows 10, you might not know how to remove applications that you no longer use on the computer. It’s time to free up disk space and in this post, I will introduce the way to uninstall apps on Windows 10. Let’s take a look at the detailed steps. 1. Click Start […]

  • How to Share Files with Others over a LAN in Windows 10

    Date:2020-6-9 Author:Cordelia

    There are always some files at work require multiple people to view or collaborate on, and it’s too much of a chore to transfer them to everyone. Instead, creating a shared folder over a LAN can be very convenient for everyone to store files and also view the documents uploaded by others. In this post, […]

  • How to Lock Folder in Windows 10

    Date:2020-6-3 Author:Guest Post

    Whether you’re a desktop user or a laptop user, there is no doubt about the fact that almost every individual wants to keep something private. Whatever it is your financial details, some important office docs, or any other personal file that you don’t want to share, we all deserve some privacy. So, let’s delve into […]

  • 3 Simple Methods to Open Calculator on Windows 10

    Date:2020-5-19 Author:Olivia

    When pocket calculators and cell phones aren’t around, the built-in calculator on Windows 10 can help a lot. More important than its design, it’s also a versatile calculator featuring scientific, programmer, financial, and basic calculators. Actually there are 3 simple methods to open calculator and here I will introduce them separately: Open Calculator via Start Menu […]

  • 3 Simple Methods to Open Notepad on Windows 10

    Date:2020-5-19 Author:Cordelia

    Notepad is a practical text editing tool in which you can simply record all kinds of information and events. But in Windows 10, it’s a little confusing since you can’t find Notepad in the old path. To solve this problem, I’d like to share 3 most common approaches to get access to the built-in Notepad. […]

  • 2 Methods to Check the Current Version of Windows 10

    Date:2020-5-11 Author:Olivia

    It’s necessary to know which operating system version of Windows 10 you are using, since it’s an important reference for installing new programs and also for troubleshooting. To find out the current version of your computer, there are 2 commonly used methods in Windows allowing you to accesse the relevant system information. Just follow these […]