What’s The Difference Between Windows 10 And Windows 8.1

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Back in June, 2011, when Microsoft showed off the Start screen of its upcoming Windows 8 at a conference, no one at Microsoft probably thought the main attraction of the operating system will force users to stay away from the operating system. Soon after the release of Windows 8, tens of third-party programs were released […]

How To Install & Use Windows 10 Without Microsoft Account

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As with the case of its predecessor, Windows 10 also allows users sign-in and use the operating system using a Microsoft account instead of the traditional local user account. For the uninitiated, MSN, Outlook.com, Hotmail, and Live email addresses all come under Microsoft account. Benefits of a Microsoft account With a Microsoft account, you can […]

Download Windows 10 RTM ISO/ESD From Microsoft Now

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With less than a week left for the official launch of Windows 10, tens of millions of PC users who have registered for the free upgrade are preparing their Windows 7/8.1 installations to upgrade to the newest version of Windows operating system. Update: Only ESD files are available at this moment. Windows 10 final build […]

How To Get Back The Classic Personalization Window In Windows 10

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In Windows 10, many of the popular settings are not in their default locations thanks to the new Settings app. Microsoft has moved many settings from the classic Control Panel to the overhauled Settings app just to bring all settings under one roof. Unlike previous Windows versions, when you right-click on desktop and click Personalize […]

10 New Keyboard Shortcuts In Windows 10

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Microsoft has continued its tradition of introducing new keyboard shortcuts with new version of Windows by adding close to a dozen of new keyboard shortcuts in Windows 10. In no particular order, following are the new keyboard shortcuts introduced with Windows 10. Note that we are not listing keyboard shortcuts that were part of previous […]

How To Uninstall Default Apps In Windows 10

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A little over a dozen universal apps (also known as Metro or Modern apps) are bundled with Windows 10. Calculator, Calendar, Mail, Camera, Cortana, Contact Support, File & TV, Get Started, Groove Music, Maps, News, OneNote, People, Photos, and Phone Companion are some of the apps that ship with Windows 10. While it’s true that […]

EaseUS System GoBack Free: Easily Downgrade From Windows 10 To Windows 7/8.1

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With just a week left for the official launch of Windows 10, software developers have started upgrading their software to support the newest version of Windows operating system and releasing new software for Windows 10. EaseUS System GoBack Free EaseUS, the company known for backup solutions like Todo Backup, has just released a new software […]

How To Change The Default Recycle Bin Icon In Windows 10

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If you have recently installed or upgraded to Windows 10 from a previous version of Windows and have started exploring Windows 10, you will notice the new set of icons on the desktop, file explorer, and other areas of the operating system. The new Recycle Bin icon is not great but looks decent when it’s […]

4 Free PDF Readers For Windows 10

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Unlike the previous version of Windows, Windows 10 doesn’t ship with the Reader app. Those of you who have used Windows 8/8.1 will know that the native Reader app was the official PDF reader app in Windows 8/8.1. In other words, in the previous version of Windows, we could easily read PDF documents without the […]

How To Add Downloads & Documents Folders To Start Menu In Windows 10

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The all new Start menu in Windows 10 offers the best of Windows 7 and Windows 8. The new Start menu is easy to use on both traditional desktops and new touch devices. With default settings, most used and recently added programs appear on the left-side of the Start menu. Settings, power, and file explorer […]