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How to Locate a Router’s IP Address in Windows 10

Every so often, you may find yourself wanting to access the settings on your router. However, the means to changing the settings on a router is through accessing its device page on the local network. This is typically done by entering its local IP address into a browser and hitting …

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How to Switch the System Language in Windows 10

When you initially set up Windows 10, you’ll be asked to select a system language. Usually, the need to alter the system language stops here. However, if you want to change the language later on, it’s not too late! Perhaps you’re using the computer with someone who speaks a different …

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How to Open a Java Program from the Command Prompt

Java is one of the most commonly used programming languages. It is also an IDE-intensive programming language, with tight integration with Eclipse. If you are just starting out learning Java, here is a basic guide to help you start running the Java application from the command prompt (in Windows). Installing …

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How to Set Up a Speech Recognition in Windows 10

After all these years of speech recognition being baked into Microsoft’s operating systems, it’s almost inconceivable that we haven’t yet reached the promised land of perfect voice control for our PCs. While Cortana has moved us in the right direction, it does little to address good old-fashioned speech-to-text. That particular …

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How to Repair a Black Screen on Your PC

Being greeted with a black screen (or Black Screen of All-Consuming Nothingness, as I like to call it) is always a bit of a shock. It may even be more terrifying than the dreaded Blue Screen of Death, because at least the latter shows you some signs of life. Here, we’re …

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How to Turn Off Power Throttling in Windows 10

For almost any Windows user, it is very typical to use multiple applications at the same time while running a few more in the background. More often than not, depending on how many background apps are running on your laptop, they can drain your laptop battery sooner than you think. …

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How to Force Delete Unerasable Files in Windows

There can be many situations where Windows may prevent you from deleting a particular file. The file might be in use, you may not have the privilege to access it, or the file itself may have an issue. Whatever the reason, it can be quite frustrating to see unwanted files …

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How to Fix a Windows Explorer That Keeps Crashing

Windows has a thing for crashing, whether it’s an application, Windows Explorer, or Windows itself. Although much has been improved since Windows 7, it is still prone to crashes. In this article we will talk about Windows Explorer crashes and how you can recover from them. I have faced many …

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