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Check times in different countries with the Windows Clock app

Whether it’s friends, family, or even coworkers, many of us keep in touch with people who live in completely different time zones. As such, there are times when you find yourself wondering about the time in another country before reaching out. Luckily, the Clock app,...

How to print to PDF on Windows 10 and Windows 11

PDF files are excellent containers for web pages, documents and images, and other things. And you may have worked on a document that you don’t want others to change, so you want to print it directly as a PDF file, and only then share it with others. Or you may have found some...

What’s new in Windows 11 2022 Update (version 22H2)

Microsoft has finalized the first major update to Windows 11. It is named Windows 11 2022 Update or Windows 11 version 22H2. The update is available starting September 20th, 2022 and will be slowly rolled out via Windows Update. However, people eager to try it out can...

How to turn off the GeForce Experience in-game overlay (Alt + Z)

Do you have an NVIDIA GeForce graphics card? Do you see a “Press Alt + Z to use GeForce Experience in-game overlay” message each time you launch a game? Are you acquainted with GeForce Experience? Would you like to disable this “Press Alt + Z”...

How to reinstall all the Windows default apps with PowerShell

Some people do not like the universal apps installed by default In Windows 10 or Windows 11 and want to get rid of them. They can manually uninstall most of them using the Settings app or PowerShell. Apps like Calendar, Mail, Camera, Photos, or Candy...

How to uninstall Windows apps with PowerShell

Both Windows 11 and Windows 10 come with quite a few pre-installed universal apps, such as Calendar, Mail, Camera, or Photos. While some people like them and find them useful, others don’t. If you don't want some of these bundled apps on your Windows computer, you...

How to install Microsoft Office on Android and iPhone

When discussing productivity and office software suites, Microsoft Office is the unquestionable market leader in the Windows ecosystem. There are, of course, many great free alternatives, but the Microsoft Office package is by far the most popular and feature-rich....

How to add or remove Windows features or components

Both Windows 11 and Windows 10 come with predefined sets of features and components. You can customize Windows by removing the features you’re not using and by adding the ones you need but aren’t installed by default. Moreover, if you remove unwanted components, you can...

How to change the IP address in Windows 10 and Windows 11 (4 ways)

Have you ever wondered how to change the IP address in Windows 10 or Windows 11? Do you want to learn how to do that from the Settings app or the Control Panel? Maybe you’re a command-line fan and want to learn how to change the IP address from Command...

How to download Microsoft Office on a Windows PC (3 ways)

Microsoft Office is such a popular office suite that, in 2022, there are about 345 million paid licenses for Microsoft 365 (formerly known as Office 365). If you’re one of the subscribers to Microsoft 365, you’ll probably want to download and...

What’s an XPS file, and how to use XPS Viewer in Windows?

XPS files or XML Paper Specification files are Microsoft's direct competitor to Adobe's PDF format. XPS Viewer is a tool used to view XPS files, similar to Adobe Reader. While XPS might not be as popular as PDF, some Windows users still work with it. For...

What are those Windows features that you can add or remove?

Some of our readers asked us to explain all those optional features that can be added to or removed from your Windows installation. Even though all of them have some description, the information offered by Windows is either too brief or too complex to understand for most people. So...

How to add or remove optional features in Windows 11 and Windows 10

Both Windows 11 and Windows 10 are complex operating systems with many built-in components. However, there are some features that are not installed by default but can be added by the user. These are called Optional features, and you can choose whether you want them or not....

What is the Office app from Windows, and how to remove it?

If you use Windows 11 or Windows 10, it's impossible not to have come across the free Office app. While it started as nothing more than an app designed to get you to try and buy Microsoft's productivity apps, over the years, things have changed to such an extent that the...

What is Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365)?

In 2017, Microsoft started to offer a new line of subscription services called Microsoft 365. At the same time, it also had Office 365 subscription plans available. However, later on, the company decided to abandon the Office 365 naming and only keep the Microsoft 365 branding. What...

3 free antivirus rescue disks for Windows PCs (2022)

All computer viruses are bad, but some are nastier than others. When an evil one infects your system and takes control of your PC, you might find yourself “in prison”: you can’t use your infected computer for anything, including removing the viruses from it. When something like...

8 ways to open the Run command window in Windows

The Run command window allows you to start programs, open files and folders, and access internet resources in all Windows versions. Type a path, a quick command, or environment variable into Windows’ Run, and then click OK or press Enter, and you...

What is Wi-Fi calling? How do I enable VoWiFi?

Wi-Fi calling for phones, also dubbed VoWifi, is a technology that has been around for a long time. However, its adoption by mobile carriers is slow, and even today, Voice over Wi-Fi is not supported by all mobile operators and smartphones. Do you want to...