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You may know what the Task Scheduler is and what it does. Maybe you also know how to create new scheduled tasks. But what about managing the existing scheduled tasks? Do you know how to run or stop scheduled tasks manually? Do you know how to disable, delete, export or import some scheduled tasks? Read on and find out the essential seven things that you can do with existing tasks from the Task Scheduler in Windows:
CyberGhost VPN is one of the most popular VPN services in the world. Also, it is one of the easiest to use and one of the most affordable. Due to the elimination of Net Neutrality rules in the USA, and other legislative changes around the world, privacy and security have become more critical than ever. Is CyberGhost's VPN service up to the task of protecting your privacy? Find out from this detailed review:
The Defragment and Optimize Drives utility in Windows has a long history. In the older versions, like Windows 7, it was called Disk Defragmenter. Even though it has a new name in Windows 10, the tool is essentially the same, and it performs a critical role in maintaining the health and performance of your system. Files get created, changed, and deleted all the time in Windows.
In the latest versions of Windows 10, users can link their Windows computers and devices to their Android ones. After making this link, it is easy to send pictures from your smartphone to your PC, or to send links and web pages between devices, so that you can continue reading them from where you left off. Here is how to link your Windows 10 computers with your Android devices:What you need to be able to link Windows 10 with Android devices:
For the linking process to work, you need the following:
Heimdal is a relative newcomer to the market of security products. In the past, they offered Heimdal Free and Heimdal PRO to home users. They were efficient products, that added new layers of protection to existing antivirus products. We loved using them, and we highly recommended Heimdal to all our readers. The company has recently launched new products, with different names, that also include the traditional antivirus protection that they lacked in the past.
The Task Scheduler is a tool that was introduced in the Windows environment more than 20 years ago and it has seen little change since its introduction. It does what its name suggests: it schedules tasks that execute apps, commands, and scripts based on specific times or events in Windows. In this guide, we share the basics about browsing the library of active scheduled tasks, so that you learn more about them, what they do and when they are triggered.
In Windows 10, starting with April 2018 Update (version 1803), Microsoft introduced a new app called the Diagnostic Data Viewer. It is a tool that you can download and install on your Windows 10 PC to see what diagnostic data you are sending to Microsoft. The information it displays is structured into categories and can be filtered as you wish. But even so, understanding it is not easy for a non-technical user. If you want to know what information about your computer Windows 10 is sending to Microsoft, here is how to get and use the Diagnostic Data Viewer:
Windows has always been able to tell you nearly everything you want to know about your computer: hardware, software, drivers, you name it. System Information puts all the information neatly at your fingertips. Let's take a look at this useful Windows app and what it can show you about your computer, in all modern versions of Windows:
NOTE: This guide applies to Windows 10, Windows 8.1 and Windows 7.
ESET is one of the top security vendors in the world, and many IT security organizations have endorsed their products. Their most complete security solution is called ESET Smart Security Premium and, besides the usual antivirus engine, firewall module, or web shield, it also bundles additional tools like a password manager and data encryption. We were curious to see what ESET Smart Security Premium 2019 Edition has to offer and how good it is for protecting Windows computers and devices.
Performance Monitor is a tool that does exactly what its name suggests: it monitors the performance of your Windows system. Performance Monitor can display the results in graphs, bar charts, or as numeric values. You can use the results of this monitoring to identify which components of your Windows device you need to enhance or to replace. Read this guide to learn how to get Performance Monitor started.