Posts Tagged “FAQ”
A loophole continues to allow users to upgrade to Windows 10 for free, nearly three years after Microsoft’s initial free upgrade offer. Source: Why Microsoft Still Allows Free Windows 10 Upgrades And How To Get Yours
In this guide, we’ll show you the steps to configure and get started with the Personal Vault feature on OneDrive, whether you use the service on Windows 10, web, or mobile device. Source: You can store sensitive files in OneDrive using Personal Vault. Here’s how.
When all else fails for Office …. See how to repair Office 2010, 2013, and 2016 applications. Source: Repair an Office application
If you’re running Windows XP, Vista, or Windows 7, and you haven’t yet installed the latest patches, drop everything and get patched now. For everybody else, it’s Patch Tuesday week; you’d be well advised to remove the claws from Windows Update. Source: Save yourself a headache: Make sure Windows automatic update is off
Your PC needs protection, but free options may be enough. Here’s what to get, and what’s worth paying extra for. Source: The Best Antivirus of 2019 to Protect Windows 10
If you’ve ever built a computer and purchased a Windows license, you probably don’t want to buy another license for your next one. With the slmgr command, it’s possible to deactivate your old PC and then activate a new one. Source: How to Transfer a Windows 10 License to Another Computer
We love SSDs because they are generally faster, smaller, and more rugged than HDDs. Plus they are gaining capacity and becoming more affordable every day. However, how do they compare to HDDs in reliability and how long can they be expected to last? Source: How Reliable are SSDs?