“Microsoft released Windows 7 in October 2009. Now, more than a decade later, it’s being retired. Your Windows 7 PCs will keep working, but Microsoft is no longer issuing security patches as of January 14, 2020. Windows 7 will keep working normally, just like Windows XP does. If you have a PC running Windows 7… Continue Reading Windows 7 Dies Today: Here’s What You Need to Know
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“To maintain your cybersecurity, it’s a good idea to change your computer’s password every once in a while. Windows 10 makes this easier because you can set a password expiration date. The steps to do this vary, depending on whether you use a local or Microsoft account to log in to your Windows PC, so… Continue Reading How to Set a Password Expiration Date in Windows 10
Keyboard and mouse failures aren’t uncommon, especially with regular usage. If your keyboard or mouse has stopped working on your Windows 10 PC, here are a few steps you can follow to resolve the issue. Click below.
“Microsoft’s OneDrive cloud storage service now includes a “Personal Vault” for your sensitive files. These files are encrypted and protected with additional two-factor verification, even when they’re synced to your Windows 10 PC. OneDrive’s Personal Vault became available worldwide on September 30, 2019. It works on Windows 10, Android, iPhone, iPad, and the web.” Click on the… Continue Reading How to Use One Drive’s “Personal Vault” to Secure Your Files
“Windows PCs freeze for a variety of reasons. One instance might be a fluke, but repeated freezes suggest a problem you’ll want to fix. Here’s how to unfreeze and recover a stuck PC—and stop it from freezing again.”
“There’s nothing more frustrating than working endless hours on a document only to be greeted with an error message when it’s time to print. Here are a few suggestions to get Word to work with your printer again.”
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