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Connect Gmail and Google Calendar to Cortana in Windows 10

Compared to its rivals from other platforms, Cortana is not yet on par. However, it keeps receiving useful features that have certainly set Microsoft's virtual assistant on the right path. For example, we can now connect Gmail and Google Calendar to Cortana in Windows 10. Once you do this, Cortana...

[Guide] Run System Restore in Windows 10

System Restore is an old Windows feature that's been available since Windows Millenium Edition released in 2000. If you need to run System Restore in Windows 10, things work a bit differently compared to older versions. Previously, there was a way to run System Restore from Accessories -> System Tools...

Change drag and drop sensitivity in Windows 10

Drag and drop is a feature that allows you to select files and folders and "drag" them with your mouse to a different folder or a supporting app. If you want to change drag and drop sensitivity in Windows 10, it's certainly possible and might prevent accidental file moving...

[How To] Manually install Windows 10 updates

Windows 10 leaves little room for choosing when updates are installed. On Home and Pro editions we get updates whenever Microsoft wants to send them our way. Obviously, not everyone is happy about this (including us) which is why we'll show you a way to manually install Windows 10...

Delete a downloaded Windows 10 update

A Windows update adds new features, bug fixes and so on, but it installs on top of the existing operating system. In fact, that's how updates work on any OS. On Windows 10, the operating system automatically installs updates and all the user is able to customize is the...

How To Clear Activity History in Windows 10

In Windows 10, Cortana collects your activity history and uses it for the feature called "let you pick up where you left off". If you're a privacy-conscious user, you can clear Activity History in Windows 10, starting with "Redstone 4" version 1803. For the sake of privacy and security, it's...

Stop your mouse from waking up your Windows computer

Setting your Windows PC to go to sleep when you're not using it for a certain time is good practice as it will prevent useless wear and tear as well as shrink your electricity bill. If your PC is waking up from the smallest bump to your desk, the...

Fix disconnecting WiFi in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

It's no surprise if you experience a bug right after a Windows 10 update. In fact, it seems like it's become the norm. The tricky part is, most of these bugs only affect a limited number of users, so they are often tempted to blame it on their computers. For...

How To Delete a User in Windows 10

The ability to add multiple users in Windows 10, is also present in older versions of the OS. While Windows 10 does prompt you to create your user account using your Microsoft ID, you can also create local accounts. However, if you have one or more user accounts no...

What is Near Share in Windows 10 and How to Enable It

Windows 10 build 17035 introduces a new feature called Near Share.  If you're wondering what is Near Share in Windows 10, the way it works is pretty simple. It allows file sharing between your computer and other Windows 10 devices via Wifi or Bluetooth. Yes, we have homegroups and other...

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How To Disable fullscreen optimization for games on Windows 10

Fullscreen optimization is a new Windows 10 feature designed to improve your PCs performance during gaming sessions as well as run the game on...

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How To: Add subtitles to Windows Media Player

Since loads of people refuse to abandon Windows Media Player but are still having problems with their subtitles, I figured I would make this guide...