Windows 10 still lets you create desktop shortcuts to applications, files, folders, and even websites. Desktop icons may a little out of fashion, but they’re still useful.
“Is your Windows 10 computer’s screen looking a bit wonky? Did you plug in a new monitor that isn’t working as intended? You might need to adjust your screen resolution. Here’s how.”
” A factory reset wipes your router’s custom settings and returns it to a like-new state. This is an important step when troubleshooting some network problems. Factory-resetting is relatively easy, but every router is a bit different. A reset isn’t the same as a reboot, which people sometimes mistakenly refer to as a “reset.” “
I frequently get asked this question. This is a great article on Wi-Fi vs. Ethernet describing exactly how we feel about it. Click on the link below.
A great article on how to customize Windows 10 to your liking… click on the link below!
“According to Microsoft, Windows 10 no longer optimizes external storage devices for “better performance” as of the October 2018 Update. Instead, it optimizes them for “quick removal.” Here’s what that means—and how to change it if you like.
We don’t think every Windows user has to change this option. Despite how tempting “better performance” sounds, the default “quick removal” policy is fine for most people.”
Did you know that if you hover your mouse over the link in an e-mail; it will dhow you where the link will ‘take’ you? If the address looks ‘strange’ (odd mix of symbol and/or letters that do not form known words) and not like the address you’d expect for the context of the e-mail; likely it is not a legitimate e-mail/link. Beware and do NOT click the link; just delete the e-mail or forward it to your IT guys to have a look on your behalf.
Android and Apple have long given people a way to track and disable your gadgets remotely. Microsoft has also joined the club by letting you track and lock your Windows PC using the “Find My Device” on Windows 10. Check out how to do this by clicking the link below.