Tutorials

Screenshots in Windows 10

How to take a screenshot in Windows 10

Many third-party providers offer tools for taking screenshots in Microsoft’s latest operating system. However, there is already a variety of standard options for taking screenshots in Windows 10. You can simply use the established keyboard shortcuts for taking screenshots or the Snipping Tool which has been included in Windows for quite some time.

WDF*IDF: The Formula for better Content

WDF*IDF: What can the SEO miracle formula really do?

One of the most important tasks when it comes to designing your own website is creating and publishing high-quality texts. They shouldn’t just be highly relevant and readable, they should be optimized for search engines to rank highly as well. While the days of using keyword density as a quick path to success are over, semantic analysis methods like WDF*IDF are becoming more and more important to...

Resetting Windows 10

Resetting Windows 10 – step-by-step instructions

If your system is causing you problems, it could make sense to reset Windows 10. As of Windows 7, it has been possible to reset or refresh a system without having to start from scratch – you can keep your files and documents despite resetting to Windows 10 factory settings. Luckily, you always have the option to reset your Microsoft operating system with or without losing your files. We reveal how...

How to Speed up Windows 10

Speed up Windows 10: 8 tips for better performance

Is your Windows PC working far slower than you are used to? It’s normal for your PC to lose performance over time. But you don’t need to wait to upgrade to the next model to make Windows 10 faster. There are several ways to speed up Windows 10 and significantly improve performance. We reveal the most promising options.

Screen recording in Windows 10

Screen recording in Windows 10: start recording via the Xbox Game Bar

Screen recording is a practical function that can be used in many different fields from webinars, to tutorials and gaming. As of Windows 10, it’s become a fixed feature of the operating system, making external software superfluous. In this step-by-step guide, we’ll explain how to record your screen in Windows 10 in just a few clicks.

chkdsk commands

chkdsk command– scanning drives and fixing errors

chkdsk is a feature that has been included with Microsoft operating systems since the early versions of MS-DOS. The program allows you to check hard disks and USB drives for errors. It differentiates between two types of errors: logical or file system errors and physical hardware errors. You define the check methods in the command line tool using chkdsk parameters.

Mac Shortcuts

Mac shortcuts: the most important keyboard combinations for Apple computers

Apple offers numerous Mac shortcuts for carrying out certain actions. These Mac keyboard shortcuts simplify working on a computer significantly. The more Mac shortcuts you know, the faster you’ll be able to use your Apple computer, thereby saving huge amounts of time. Our Mac shortcut cheat sheet shows you the most important commands for daily use.

How to find a Windows 7 product key

How to find a Windows 7 product key

Sometimes, reinstalling Windows is unavoidable, because of performance reasons or because your computer has been attacked by malware. If Windows needs to be reinstalled, you will need to enter your product key. This guide will show you how to find a Windows 7 product key within a minute.

Windows 8 safe mode

Booting Windows 8 in safe mode – how it works

In an emergency, safe mode in Windows 8 can prevent things from getting worse. Even with permanent blue screens and complete system failures, the special operating mode allows you to save important data and remove viruses, and may prevent the need to reinstall Windows. In this detailed tutorial, we’ll show you ways to boot Windows 8 in safe mode.

Windows 10 safe mode

Starting Windows 10 in safe mode: a how-to with different options

Safe mode in Windows 10 strips the Microsoft operating system down to its most vital functions. In the case of many critical hardware or software errors, Windows 10 can still be booted in safe mode. This makes diagnosing and repairing errors much simpler. Read on and learn how to boot safe mode in Windows 10.


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