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How to Fix Random Windows 10 Freezes

Have you noticed your computer freezing randomly after you’ve updated Windows 10? Random freeze-ups have been reported by a number of users who’ve installed the 1903 Windows 10 upgrade. In this post, we’ll help you to fix these annoying freeze-ups. Why Does Windows 10 Freeze After an Update? Most likely,...

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How to Automatically Back up Folders in Windows 10

Do you back up your files and folders regularly? If not, you should! Making regular backups lets you protect your important files and folders from accidental deletion when your PC crashes or you hit the Delete button by mistake. While the best way to back up files is to use...

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Microsoft Announced New Windows 10 Features Coming in 2020

Despite the Windows 10 19H2 not being released yet, Microsoft is already working on the 20H1update that coming out in Spring 2020. Here’s what’s going to be included in the release according to the recent Windows Insider builds. Chat-Like Cortana Cortana will offer typing support, which means you won’t have...

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How To Fix The Windows 1408 Error

The 1408 error is a problem caused by Windows being unable to operate your software correctly. The problem is basically going to be caused by a number of potential issues with the files and settings that the software, or Windows, will be using. The good news is that if you...

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How to Speed up Windows 10 After May 2019 Update

Is your Windows 10 computer running slower than usual after the May 2019 update? In this article, we’re going to show you how to make Windows 10 fast again by applying simple DIY tweaks. Why Is Windows 10 Slow After May 2019 Update? The Windows 10 May 2019 update version...

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Set CPU Priority for Apps in Windows 10 the Easy Way

Windows 10 controls the way your apps work in many ways. For a start, it automatically sets CPU priorities for the software that runs on your computer. Most of the time, that’s a good thing because you get a hassle-free experience. But sometimes Windows 10 sets high priority for applications...