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How to get colored window Title Bars in Windows 10

The first ever major update of Windows 10 has brought several new features. Among all of them, the most useful update to customize Windows 10 is a Colored Title Bar. When Microsoft launched Windows 10 for all the users, there […]

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How to change computer name in Windows 10

A new computer with a pre-loaded operating system comes with a default name which consists of your PC build and model etc. While, we don’t often need to check our computer name, it appears when we connect our PC to […]

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We’re getting search ready error in Windows 10

If you receive a We’re getting search ready or These results may be incomplete error message when you search in Windows 10 using the Cortana taskbar search, and your search results are stuck, then see this post for potential fixes. […]

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Boot Configuration Data Editor in Windows OS

The toughest part when you go for dual boot or multiple boot is that sometimes the boot manager won’t recognize the older operating systems. This could be because the older operating systems use a different type of boot loader like […]

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Limited Network Connectivity in Windows 10

Internet connection availability and access in Windows is indicated via an icon residing on the taskbar. If you see an exclamation mark on Network icon it may mean that your Windows 10/8/7 PC has Limited Network Connectivity. There can, however, […]

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How to manually reset each Windows Update component to default

At times, users experience trouble using Windows Update. While there are several ways to troubleshoot various Windows Update issues, if this happens frequently, it would be a good idea to reset Windows Update settings to default. This can be useful […]

Things you want to know about the Windows 10 November Update

A few days ago, Microsoft rolled out first major Windows 10 update dubbed, Windows 10 November Update. Bits of it included minor additional features and improvements programmed to be downloaded and installed automatically when available. Users interested, can check for […]

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How to run a Troubleshooter from the command line in Windows 10

You can run a built-in Troubleshooter in Windows 10/8/7 from the command line. Microsoft Support Diagnostic Tool or MSDT.exe can be used to invoke and launch any Windows Troubleshooting Pack or Troubleshooter from the command line. Run built-in Windows Troubleshooter […]

Nest virtualization in Windows 10

Nested Virtualization in Windows 10

Nested Virtualization lets you run a Hypervisor inside of a Virtual Machine. Windows 10 Build 10565 introduced Nested Virtualization. Whether you need it or not, here is some information that might interest you. Container inside Container: About Nested Virtualization in […]

Memory Compression in Windows 10

Memory Compression in Windows 10

Memory is an important factor in processing different tasks faster. Since it is electronic memory, it is costly and most people cannot afford huge amount of RAM. Also, there is a limit on RAM that the operating systems can support. […]

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How to recover deleted OneDrive files in Windows 10

OneDrive integration in Windows 10 allows you to sync files between Windows PCs and other devices. One highlight of the application is its ability to recover files, if you have deleted them accidentally. This means that the files you may […]

Bluetooth devices not showing or connecting in Windows 10/8/7

If Bluetooth is not detecting devices and you are facing problems with Bluetooth devices in Windows 10, then this post will help you troubleshoot the issue. Maybe you cannot connect using a Bluetooth device, or maybe the connection just fails. […]

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Generate list of Windows Services using PowerShell

The Get-Service cmdlet is designed to retrieve information about the services installed on your computer. Using the Get-Service PowerShell cmdlet you can generate a list of Windows Services running on your Windows 10/8/7 computer. Use PowerShell to generate list of […]