Tutorials

BSOD
Tutorial
04.29.2016
Did you ever feel like having to go to an ancient Greek oracle and asking if your incredibly stable Windows PC will ever crash? :) While there’s a very small chance for you to never have seen a Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD) before, you probably never triggered one because you wanted to or because you...
IP Address
Tutorial
04.28.2016
The IP address or Internet Protocol address is a numerical label that is used in networks to identify and locate network devices, from computers to smartphones, to printers and other devices. The IP address can be a very useful piece of information, especially when you want to set up your home route...
Password
Tutorial
04.26.2016
The human memory is fantastic. You can encode, store and retrieve information when needed very quickly but, unlike your computer's memory, it is not perfect. It lacks a basic feature: it doesn't have permanent storage. Unfortunately, passwords make no exceptions and you might be in a situation when...
Bluetooth
Tutorial
04.26.2016
Bluetooth may not be the latest wireless technology and it’s surely not the most reliable, at least when it comes to using it for file transfers. However, it is still one of the most widely used methods of interconnecting various computing devices. One of the most common situations involving Bluetoo...
Router IP address
Tutorial
04.25.2016
Have you ever found yourself in a situation in which you wanted to configure a wireless router and you did not know its IP address? Therefore, you couldn’t connect to its administration user interface because you had no idea what its IP address was. If yes, then this guide should provide you with th...
DNS
Tutorial
04.21.2016
Have you heard of the term DNS? Did you stumble on error messages that told you that the DNS server can’t be reached? Do you know what a DNS is and what is its purpose? If you don’t know, then you should read this guide. We explain what DNS is, its role on the Web and how you can learn your existing...
Cortana
Tutorial
04.20.2016
Cortana can be very helpful as a personal digital assistant and one of her best features is that she can perform web searches for you when you ask her to. However, by default, she searches the Web using Bing - Microsoft’s search engine. That’s all fine and dandy in theory, but many people like Googl...
Bluetooth
Tutorial
04.20.2016
Have you been in a situation where you needed to transfer a file between two devices, but an Internet connection wasn’t available at the moment? Well, there’s a solution and it’s called Bluetooth. Some may find the Bluetooth technology a little bit dated but it remains a practical and quick way of c...
Task Manager
Tutorial
04.19.2016
The App history tab in the Task Manager from Windows 10 and Windows 8.1 collects and reports usage statistics for the apps and programs running on your computer or device. For instance, you can check in regularly to see how much processor time or network usage an app has accrued over the past month....
Sound
Tutorial
04.18.2016
One of the many creative options built into Windows is the ability to record and play multimedia files of all kinds. The Windows operating system makes it simple to select a default device for audio recording and playback. But what if you'd prefer that another device be used from a list of devices w...
OneDrive
Tutorial
04.15.2016
Storing your files in OneDrive is a great way to conveniently access your data. Once your files are in the cloud, you can view or edit them using any device with Internet access. But what happens if you have a file you need but it isn't stored in your OneDrive account? You may think you're out of lu...
Task Manager
Tutorial
04.14.2016
Task Manager is a great tool that helps you manage the way programs, processes and services run. In Windows 8.1 and Windows 10, it has received many improvements, some of which are simply awesome. But, before you go into detail and learn how the Task Manager works, we would like to share with you al...