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  • How to Reset Your Computer in Windows 10

    Date:2019-12-14 Author:Cordelia

    There’s a reset feature in Windows 10, which enables you to reset the computer if it isn’t running well. So if you encounter some problems that you can hardly fix, or just want a brand new & clean system back, you can give it a try to Reset this PC. Let’s see how to achieve […]

  • 3 Methods to Enable Sticky Notes on Windows 10

    Date:2019-12-13 Author:Olivia

    Windows has a convenient feature, which you can use to create and place virtual notes on the screen to remind you of things you need to do or remember. There are three different methods to enable sticky notes on Windows 10. Let’s take a look at them now. Method 1: Start Menu Click Start icon […]

  • How to Turn on or Turn off Auto Translation in Google Chrome

    Date:2019-12-13 Author:Cordelia

    There are all kinds of information in all kinds of languages on the Internet, if you want to read an article or view a page wrote in an unfamiliar foreign language, you can make use to the built-in translation feature of Google Chrome. It can translate a whole web page to any language you like […]

  • How to Hide or Show Desktop Icons on Windows 10

    Date:2019-12-13 Author:Cordelia

    For the sake of convenience, many of us are used to save files, folders, and shortcuts to the desktop. After a while, it might become a mess to the point you can’t even see the background image. Fortunately, you can hide everything with just a couple of clicks, and they are still on your desktop, […]

  • How to Create Snipping Tool Shortcut on Windows 10

    Date:2019-12-12 Author:Olivia

    With Snipping Tool, you can capture text, graphics, and any associated annotations and then save them in your desired format. Unfortunately, Windows 10 does not have default keyboard shortcut for Snipping Tool, but you can create one for it. Just read this guide and find the answer you seek: 1. Click Start icon at the […]

  • 2 Simple Tips to View Clipboard History on Windows 10

    Date:2019-12-12 Author:Olivia

    When you copy or cut something in Windows, it will be copied to the clipboard for you to paste, even if it’s not the most recent item. In this article, let’s take a look at the different ways Windows lets you view clipboard history. Method 1: Settings – System 1. Click Start icon at the […]

  • How to Download Offline Maps on Windows 10

    Date:2019-12-11 Author:Olivia

    Windows 10 has a feature which allows you to download maps for offline use, which is very practical, especially when you are traveling to somewhere your PC don’t have Wi-Fi or data connection. In this guide, we’d like show you how to download offline maps on Windows 10. 1. Click Start icon at the bottom […]

  • How to Pin Folders to Quick Access in Windows 10

    Date:2019-12-11 Author:Olivia

    When you start File Explorer in Windows 10, the quick access section will display in the left pane, which contains a list of the folders you browse most frequently and the files that you recently accessed. This feature provides an easy way to find the folders that you use most often, and let’s take a […]

  • How to Insert Emoji on Windows 10

    Date:2019-12-10 Author:Olivia

    It is really fun and interesting to use emoji to express emotions, and you might use them within on-screen keyboard, but actually there is a simple way to insert emoji on Windows 10, so here let’s take a look at the tip as below: 1. Put the cursor in any text field you prefer to […]

  • 2 Methods to Check the Windows 10 Version

    Date:2019-12-9 Author:Olivia

    It’s important to know which operating system version you are using of Windows 10, because you will need the related information when installing new programs and also for troubleshooting. There are two different methods of accessing the relevant system information. Read this guide and find all the answers you seek. Method 1: Start – Settings […]