In recent versions of Windows 10, Microsoft has introduced a new feature called the Timeline. However, most users refer to it as the Task View's app history. This feature stores the history of your activities in Windows 10, on Microsoft's cloud servers (if you want to) and synchronizes it across your Windows 10 computers and devices. If you do not use this feature and you want Windows 10 to stop collecting your activity history, here is how to stop it:
By default, Windows 10 hides many files and folders from you view . First of all, it hides the items that you have set as hidden, as well as those set as hidden by other user accounts, the apps that you use, and Windows 10 itself. Second, the operating system also hides from view the files and folders that are critical to its operation, so that users do not delete them or change them in ways that lead to malfunctions. If you want to view all the files and folders that are hidden in Windows 10, read this guide and learn how:
In a crowded market where new wireless routers look and behave much like those launched before them, it is difficult to stand out. ASUS has recently launched a device that's ambitious in its approach. It is named Lyra Voice, and it is a three-in-one mesh WiFi router with built-in Amazon Alexa and stereo speakers. Does it make you think of the characters from the Transformers movies? You can use the Lyra Voice to replace your wireless router, Amazon Echo, and Bluetooth speaker. Sounds interesting? Read this review and see what ASUS Lyra Voice has to offer:
You may have some apps on your Android smartphone that access the internet too often, and you do not want that because they consume your data plan faster, or they consume more battery. Other apps you may prefer to use offline, without having them access the internet. No matter your motivation, here are two ways to block access to the internet for one app or more apps on Android smartphones and tablets:
Are you browsing the web and you found an interesting article or tutorial? Do you want to print it, but you are annoyed by the fact that it gets printed with all the annoying ads and sidebars from the website that you are visiting? In this guide, we show you how to print any page from any website, without ads and other junk that you do not need. We cover all the major web browsers: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge, and Opera. Let's get started:
When you look for a new computer processor to buy, you stumble upon technicalities such as CPU base clock or CPU boost speed. Did you wonder what that means? While all processors have a base clock (operating frequency) that is in the range of a few Gigahertz, modern processors also advertise higher turbo boost speeds. Whether you're looking into AMD or Intel processors, all of them show off with their turbo boost clocks. Here is what Turbo Boost means when it comes to processors:
Do you need to write documents in Microsoft Word and want to split all or just some of your text into separate columns? You do not know how to write text in two columns? Or maybe you'd like to have three or even more columns in your Word document? What if you want to choose where a column begins, and the other ones end so that the text doesn't just flow from one column to another? If these are your questions, read this guide. We have the answers.
Modern versions of Windows, such as Windows 10 and Windows 7, allow users to share folders with other computers and devices from the local network, using a wizard that is supposed to make things easy. However, it does not allow for the same level of customization that the old-school Advanced Sharing feature does. If you want to share folders with specific users, limit the number of users who have access simultaneously to them or block access for some of the users in your network, then you need to learn how to use Advanced Sharing in Windows.
Are you looking for a keyboard shortcut to change the sound volume on your Windows laptop, desktop computer, or tablet? Do you want to know all about how you can change the volume, including by using the Volume Mixer and other features that are built into Windows? Here are all the methods for adjusting the volume on Windows computers and devices:
Have you ever wanted to know how much of your processor's power is being used at a particular time? Or maybe how much free RAM was left for your favorite game to use? How about how much of your video card's power is used? All these are essential system resources without which apps and games cannot run well. If you want to see statistics as well as real-time information, you should know that the Windows Task Manager allows the user to monitor the current processor (CPU) and memory utilization, check the video card (GPU) usage, as well as other system resources.