How to Turn On Mobile or PC Hotspot using Bluetooth on Windows 10

Hosted Networks also known as Virtual networks have been featured since windows 7. You could usually be able to create a hotspot through group policy settings or via command prompt. But now, beginning from Windows 10 build 14316, you can easily set up a hosted wireless network via your settings. …

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Fix: Keyboard Number Pad Not Working

Sometimes, the number keys on keyboards can stop working – this holds true for the number keys located in the row above the alphabetical keys, the number keys located in the Numpad on the right side of the average keyboard, and (in some cases) even both. The number keys can …

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How to Switch Between Displays (dGPU, GPU, Intel and nvidia)

Some laptops come equipped with two Graphics Processing Units (GPU). The first GPU is an integrated GPU that is usually provided for normal computer usage, which does not need heavy graphical processing. The second GPU is usually a dedicated GPU that is automatically activated when heavy graphics come into play. …

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How to: Reset a Windows 10 Computer

Windows 10 allows users to reset their computers. Resetting a Windows 10 computer basically returns the computer’s Operating System to the way it was when it was booted up for the first time – any and all third-party applications that did not come with the computer are uninstalled, and all …

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How to: Bulk Rename Files using the Bulk Rename Utility

Sometimes you have hundreds of files that you need to rename in a certain format. It will probably take you ages to rename these files, so what you need is a way to bulk rename or batch rename your files. Using the file properties are some of the best ways …

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Fix: Slow Context Menus after the Windows 10 Anniversary Update

In the aftermath of the infamous Windows 10 Anniversary Update, countless problems and issues are running rampant and quite a significant percentage of the Windows 10 user base is affected by entirely new and never-seen-before issues. This is quite reminiscent of the situation seen after Windows 10 was released and …

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No End in Sight for Cerber Ransomware in 2017

Authorities believe that the cybercriminals behind worldwide Cerber Ransomware distribution campaigns are expand their operations, with a significant spike in Cerber Ransomware campaigns being observed near the end of 2016. The number of Cerber Ransomware distribution campaigns that are active across the globe is steadily increasing as the first quarter …

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