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How to Update Windows 10 Using Windows PowerShell

You can update Windows 10 in a number of ways, but one that will ensure you get all available updates immediately is by using Windows PowerShell. This process requires us to enter three commands in PowerShell, and you can copy these commands from the post so you don’t have to enter them manually. The commands […]Read More

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How to Set the Default Browser in Windows 10

When you set the default internet browser in Windows 10, every time you open a link or an HTML file, the browser you set as default will open. By default, Microsoft Edge is set as the default internet browser, but this can easily be changed in the settings. Watch our video tutorial where we show […]Read More

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How to Rotate the Image on the Monitor in Windows 10

In Windows 10, you can rotate the image on the monitor without using additional programs. Rotating the image is especially handy when you have two monitors and want the second monitor to stand upright. Some laptops also have buttons on the keyboard that you can use to do this, but most will need to do […]Read More

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How to Turn Off Superfetch (SysMain) In Windows 10

Superfetch, also known as SysMain, is a feature in Windows 10 that preloads frequently used programs into RAM memory, thereby speeding up the launch of these programs. However, if you encounter the problem of programs starting up very slowly, try turning off this option, because it may be that there is a bug in this […]Read More