Windows Update is an essential part of running Windows 10, regardless of which edition or version of this operating system you are using. Windows Update is the way Microsoft releases not only the so-called feature updates, but also regular bug fixes and security patches. If you want to know everything there is to know about Windows Update in Windows 10, including how to open it, how to use it, how to install or how to block updates, read this guide:
Game Mode is available to all users of Windows 10. It aims to make Windows 10 the best operating system for gamers, smoothing the gameplay experience across all types of computers and devices. It does not matter whether your PC is the most powerful in terms of hardware or if it is an older, slower PC. The Game Mode prevents system background activities such as Windows updates or notifications from apps during game play, all to offer a more consistent gaming experience. In this guide, we explain what Game Mode is, and what it can do for gamers:
Trust GXT 707 Resto V2 is a chair that's designed to be ergonomic, robust, and with plenty of adjustment options. Although I do play quite a lot on my computer, the truth is that I use it mostly for work rather than play. I needed a chair that's designed to keep you comfortable for long hours during the day and, because I have some back problems, I also needed a chair that can keep my back straight, in a healthy position. The Trust GXT 707 Resto V2 gaming chair promises a lot and covers all the main elements I was looking for, at a reasonable price.
Each SIM card you plug into a smartphone has a PIN code. For your device to use the SIM card, you need to enter its PIN. Some mobile providers use standard PIN codes for all their SIM cards, like 0000 or 1234. Others generate unique PIN codes for each SIM. Whatever the case, you may want to personalize this PIN and use a code that you choose. Or, you may want to disable having to enter the SIM PIN each time you start your smartphone. Read this tutorial and see how both tasks are performed:
Regardless of how new or old your Windows 10 computer is, at times, you might find that it starts lagging and stops being responsive. That usually means that something is hogging its resources. It might be an app that takes up all your processor, one that consumes all your graphics resources, makes your hard drive spin at maximum speed, or sends massive amounts of data online. Whether it is one or the other, read this tutorial, and see how to identify the Windows 10 apps that hog system resources:
With Windows 10, Microsoft has improved the startup time of our PCs. However, performance degrades over time, slowing down your device. As you install more and more desktop apps, they sneak themselves or their agents onto the startup list, lengthening the list of startup applications and services. As a result, Windows 10 is forced to load more apps and background processes, before it can take input from you. The Startup tab of the Task Manager helps you manage things, allowing you to monitor and manage startup apps.
If you find yourself in the dark, literally, and without any light sources around except your iPhone, you might want to turn on its flashlight. Do you know how to do it? It is not complicated, and in this tutorial, we are going to show you just how easy it is. Here are four different ways to turn the flashlight on your iPhone on and off, and also how to adjust its brightness level:
When you create large documents, you may need to add page numbers. They are useful for many reasons, and, depending on the type of document that you create, they may be mandatory. Microsoft Word offers several ways for you to add page numbers, and some may not be as intuitive as you might assume. Here is how to add page numbers in any Word document, starting at page one, two, three, or any other page:
NOTE: This tutorial was created using Microsoft Word from Office 365. It should work with Word from Microsoft Office 2019, 2016, and 2013.
A service is a special type of application intended to provide features to the user and the operating system, that launches and runs in the background, without a user interface to click on. As in previous versions, the Task Manager from Windows 10 comes with a Services tab, aimed to provide an overview of system services, their status and to handle basic management tasks. Here is everything you can do from the Services tab of the Task Manager, in Windows 10:
The Windows 10 Task Manager gives you a lot of power when it comes to monitoring system resources. The Processes tab shares more information than ever before, allowing you to customize the data it shows according to your needs. Here is how to tweak the Task Manager's Processes tab in Windows 10 and become more efficient, by ensuring the data relevant to you is displayed in a way that suits your needs better than the default view: