How to View and Recover Your Microsoft Outlook Password

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Microsoft Outlook is one of the most popular email clients around, regularly ranking among the top clients. It’s only beaten by Apple’s integrated mail solution and Gmail for global email opens. Most people use Outlook at some time in their lives.

Given those millions of users, it is understandable that at some point, someone will forget their Outlook password. And in those moments, you need a tool that can retrieve the password while keeping your data intact.

Here are three tools to help with Outlook password recovery. But first, we need to understand the difference between PST and OST files and how […]

How to Fix the “Critical Process Died” Stop Code in Windows 10

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The dreaded “blue screen of death”, infamously known as BSOD, can wreck your day. There are more than 500 BSOD error codes, but the Critical Process Died Stop Code gets the most attention.

In fairness, BSODs are much less common in Windows 10 than they were in previous versions of the OS, but when they happen, it is still annoying. Losing the stuff you were working on is the least of your worries.

So, how do you fix this unforeseen error in Windows 10

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How to Manually Download the Windows 10 April 2018 Update

The Windows 10 April 2018 update has finally begun rolling out to users. The update is packed with a ton of new features, while there are a few features that you’ll no longer have access to.

Microsoft has said that it is gradually rolling out the update but it could take months for it to reach all users. If you want to jump the queue and get the April 2018 update, or Windows 10 build 1803, there is a way to do that.

How to Check for the Windows 10 April Update

Before manually downloading the update, you should check to see if you’re […]

How to Convert MBR to GPT Without Losing Data in Windows

How many hard drives does your system have? One? Three? Ten? Regardless of how many drives you have, they all need one thing to keep track of what’s on the drive: a partition table.

The partition table describes the partitions (sections) of the drive and helps your system find the files you need.

Your Windows system uses a master boot record (MBR) or GUID Partition Table (GPT) depending on the age, operating system, and your system firmware. Sometimes it is necessary to switch between MBR and GPT, but to do that you need to wipe your drive first. Using traditional tools like […]

The Best Windows Software

As a Windows user, you have access to countless free applications. Which ones can you trust and which ones are the best?

Consult this list for ideas and discover apps you didn’t know existed. We’re continuously seeking out the best Windows software for all your needs. Most applications recommended here are free and you can quickly find what you need by browsing the listed programs by category.

Note that some installers pack bloatware

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What Is a Windows Domain and What Are Its Advantages?

If you use a computer at your work or school, it’s almost certainly part of a Windows domain. But what does that actually mean? What does a domain do, and what are the advantages of a computer joining one?

Let’s look at what a Windows domain is, how they work, and why businesses use them.

What Is a Windows Domain?

A Windows domain is essentially a network of controlled computers used in a business setting. At least one server, called a domain controller, is in charge of the other devices. This lets the network administrators (usually IT staff) control the computers on the […]

How to Back Up and Restore the BCD File in Windows 10

The Boot Configuration Data (BCD) file has been part of Windows since the Vista days.

It’s not a file that many people will come across on a regular basis, but it’s vital to your operating system. If the BCD file is accidentally deleted or becomes corrupted, your entire Windows operating system could fail to load.

If something does go wrong, and your unfortunate enough not to have a backup, you might need to perform a clean install of Windows to get your computer up and running again. Not only does this mean endless hours lost to reinstalling all your apps, but you […]