How To Boot Windows 10 In Safe Mode

There are times when your computer runs into some issues, and if you’re trying to troubleshoot it yourself, then booting your computer into safe mode is one way to go about it, and here is how to boot Windows 10 in safe mode.


Windows 10 Will No Longer Require You To ‘Safely Remove’ USB Drives

If you’ve ever plugged a USB flash drive into Windows before and unplugged it, you might have gotten the warning message that you should probably use the “Safely remove” feature to eject your hard drive. This is due to concerns that removing it suddenly could somehow corrupt the data or cause errors as the drive could still be in use.


How To Convert PDF To JPG

Converting a PDF file to a JPG file is easy and there are a multitude of options to choose from, whether you are on Windows or macOS, and here’s how you can go about doing so.


Upcoming Windows 10 Update Will Put Users Back In Control Of Their Updates

Whenever a software update is released, it is usually up to the user to decide when they want to install it. This is because sometimes updates aren’t always perfect and that they could actually end up breaking things instead of fixing them, such as was the case with a previous Windows 10 update that resulted in Microsoft actually encouraging users to uninstall it.


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Microsoft Could Overhaul File Explorer’s Design This Year

Microsoft has been steadily updating its File Explorer in Windows over the years, but for those who think that maybe the file manager could do with improvements to its design, you might be in luck because according to HTNovo, it seems that Microsoft could finally be updating its File Explorer design later this year.


Microsoft Is Actively Reminding Windows 7 Users That Support Is Ending

Right now Windows 10 is Microsoft’s latest operating system, but we imagine that there are probably quite a number of users out there who might still be on older platforms, such as Windows 7 or Windows 8. For those who are still using Windows 7, Microsoft is now starting to remind users that it’s time to upgrade.


Windows 10 Will Now Uninstall And Block Buggy Updates

We’re sure many of us have encountered updates in our software that renders it useless, and depending on how tech savvy, you might be at a loss of what to do when that happens. Thankfully Microsoft is hoping to do something about it in a new feature for Windows 10 where the operating system will be smart enough to uninstall buggy updates.


Microsoft Testing Separating Search And Cortana In Windows

Microsoft has tried putting Cortana into many places, such as Windows where the digital assistant can be found in the search bar. However it seems that Microsoft is now trying a different approach where they have announced that they will be testing out separating the features from each other.


Microsoft Preparing Windows For Foldable Devices

The foldable form factor might become a whole lot common this year. Samsung is gearing up to launch its first foldable smartphone in the near future and we can expect others to follow suit. According to a new report, Microsoft is getting ready to support this form factor. It’s said to be preparing Windows support for foldable devices.


Microsoft Developing Remote Desktop App For The iPad

As much as Microsoft would love for everyone to buy into their Windows ecosystem where they use Windows-based computers, tablets, and smartphones, the reality is that we use devices from a variety of ecosystems. Microsoft seems to understand this as their strategy these days regarding mobile seems to be about embracing the competition and developing for them.


Cortana Will Soon Stop Interrupting Users During Windows 10 Setup

It probably goes without saying that Amazon’s Alexa and Google Assistant are currently at the top when it comes to digital assistants. Microsoft’s Cortana has been around for a while now although it never really did quite catch on, at least not in the way that Microsoft was hoping for. This is why it’s not surprising that the company might want to introduce users to Cortana any chance they get.


Dark Mode Now Available On Chrome Canary For Windows

Last year it was revealed that Google was working on bringing Dark Mode to Chrome on macOS devices. With the latest version of macOS support dark mode, it looked like Google wanted its Chrome browser to play nice, presumably in hopes of stopping users to using Safari, macOS’ native browser.


Lenovo Yoga Book C930 Review

The touch activated dual-display Yoga Book C930  is a “one a kind” computing device that cannot be categorized under any existing market segment since it is neither a laptop nor a tablet and cannot be viewed only as a note-taking product or a 2-in-1 tablet. That is why, unlike our typical reviews, it is difficult to compare it to any mobile computing product currently available.The successor of the first Yoga […]


Microsoft Says That Its Surface Lineup Is Here To Stay

Like many companies, Microsoft creates many products and services over the years. Some of them work out, some of them don’t, like the company’s attempts at trying to break into the mobile space with its Windows Phone platform. However if there is one product lineup the company seems pretty confident about, it would be its Surface lineup.