A screenshot is an image of something on your screen. This article will show you different ways to take a screenshot in Windows. While it focuses on taking screenshots in Windows 10, most of the methods discussed also work for older Windows versions.
The Get Windows 10 program (popularly referred to as GWX) was officially ended on July 29, 2016. This seemed to imply that the only legal way of upgrading to Windows 10 going forward was to buy it. This article explains how a free Windows 10 upgrade can still be done even though the GWX app has been removed from old Windows versions.
I like to have full remote access to my main computer from anywhere (even when I’m on a train and only have my phone on hand). Before you can do this though, you need to configure port forwarding. Here’s all you need to know about port forwarding.
Most Windows users usually lauch their browser application in order to search the internet. If your favorite search engine is not set as your home page and if perhaps you don’t use Google Chrome (which allows searching directly from the address bar), then you would need to first type-in the address of your search engine before proceeding. This could be time wasting and monotonous.
Have you come across Windows 10 N and KN versions and wondered what they were? You’re not alone. Many people are still not aware of these special editions of Windows even though they have been around since Windows XP. In this article, I discuss exactly what they contain (or lack) and talk about the backstory that prompted their creation in the first place.
Chrome continues to be a triumph of design and speed. The browser allows you to browse the cornucopia of web content at amazing speed. However, depending on how you use it, Chrome can sometimes slow down significantly. Using a slow browser is enough to begin anyone’s slow descent into madness, but don’t worry, this article will reveal a few simple tricks that will make your Google Chrome browser snappy again and make your overall browsing experience better as well.