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Windows Backup vs Paid Backup Solution

Friends ask me this question a lot: Is Windows backup enough or should I consider paying for another product? The truth is, software backup and imaging solutions are critical to the success of companies both large and small. They have been around a long time. And yet they are one of the most confusing products…
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How to View and Recover Your Microsoft Outlook Password

Advertisement 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…
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CleanMyPC Covers All Your PC Maintenance Needs

Every Windows user knows that the operating system builds up junk over time. Windows includes some utilities for PC maintenance, but they don’t offer as much as a dedicated tool can. CleanMyPC is an app that offers to keep your PC running at its best. Let’s see what this tool has to offer. Getting Started…
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What Is Windows 10 Timeline? Why It’s Great and How to Use It

Advertisement The April 2018 Update for Windows 10 is finally here, and that means a bunch of new features and improvements to play around with. If you don’t have the update yet, see our post on manually downloading the April 2018 update How to Manually Download the Windows 10 April 2018 Update How to Manually…
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How to Fix the “Critical Process Died” Stop Code in Windows 10

Advertisement 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…
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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…
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How to Record Vinyl to Your Computer With Audacity

Creating digital copies of cherished analog recordings is a useful skill to have. Not only does it make listening to your collection easier, but you’re preserving the original medium by causing less wear over time. Many modern turntables are already equipped with digital interfaces for this precise reason. Other setups will require some additional hardware,…
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How to Easily Switch Between Multiple DNS Servers in Windows

If you’ve looked into your boosting your internet speed or getting around blocked content, you’ve probably come across DNS servers, which are used to translate website domain names into IP addresses. While using your ISP’s default DNS works fine, customizing your DNS has lots of advantages 5 Nifty Ways to Use DNS to Your Advantage…
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Why Robolinux Is the Best Linux for Windows Users

While switching from Windows to Linux carries several considerations, it’s simple enough to ease the transition. But what’s the best version of Linux for Windows users? Robolinux is an operating system that targets Windows users who want to start learning and using Linux as painlessly as possible. In this article, we’ll cover what Robolinux is,…
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How to View All Recently Updated Drivers in Windows

Windows 10 automatically updates the drivers for your hardware. While these forced updates are convenient, they also come with some drawbacks Pros & Cons of Forced Updates in Windows 10 Pros & Cons of Forced Updates in Windows 10 Updates will change in Windows 10. Right now you can pick and choose. Windows 10, however,…
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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…
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