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How to Disable the Keyboard in Windows 10

Locking your keyboard when stepping away from your workstation is a good security measure. The practice can also be very useful even outside the office environment. For instance, when watching videos on your PC with a child, you may want to lock the keyboard to stop them from forwarding or …

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How to See Your Motherboard Health on Windows

We’ve already done the rounds in telling you how to check the RAM health and hard drive health of your PC, so next up on our health-check tour is that great big slab of chips holding it all together. The performance of your motherboard is something you might not notice in the day-to-day use …

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How to Create Your Own Windows 10 Custom Themes

In the Windows 10 Creators Update, you can now download Windows 10 Themes from the Windows Store. But in addition to those Microsoft-produced themes, you can also make your own Windows 10 custom themes using the Settings menu. Here is how you can create and use your own Windows 10 …

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How to Make a Windows 10 Backup to a Network Drive

Backing up your PC is one of the most important things that people just don’t do. At one point you might have had an excuse: it was time-consuming or cumbersome, or storage was too expensive. Today the only excuse is laziness. Storage is extremely cheap, and operating systems have all …

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How to Raise Icon Cache in Windows

For most media files like videos, photos, etc., and documents like PDFs, Windows tries to show you a preview of the file as a thumbnail instead of a generic icon. This helps you to quickly recognize the files without actually opening each and every file. However, the downside of this …

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How to Make a Reset Recovery Image in Windows 10

Depending on how you use your Windows PC, it can get quite slow and may even get riddled with strange problems. This is especially true if you are installing and uninstalling a lot of software or when the system is infected with a virus, malware, adware, etc. In those situations the …

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