Windows 11 makes it easier to check the GPU temperatures, and here's how. You can even use third-party tools.
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Microsoft Edge has hidden visuals to integrate the experience with Windows 11 better, and here's how to enable them.
Do you need to remove the Microsoft 365 apps or an older version of Office? Here are two ways to complete this task on Windows 10.
You can use Command Prompt to map a network drive on Windows 10, and here's how to do it.
Turning off the Windows 11 antivirus is a tedious process, but it's possible to complete this task, and here's how.
You have at least four ways to check processor temperature on Windows 11, and in this guide, you will learn how.
If you notice that your PC is performing slower than usual after upgrading to version 23H2, then resetting the Windows Security app may help.
Yes, you can now interact with the Widgets board on Windows 11 for your widgets without the news feed, and here's how.
If you have a CAB package, use these steps to install or extract it on Windows 10.
You can temporarily disable automatic updates on Windows 10, and in this guide, you'll learn the steps on how to complete this task.