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Windows’ BitLocker encryption defaults to 128-bit AES encryption, but you can choose to use 256-bit AES encryption instead. Using a 256-bit AES key could potentially offer more security against future attempts to access your files.

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Unknown devices show up in the Windows Device Manager when Windows can’t identify a piece of hardware and provide a driver for it. An unknown device isn’t just unknown — it’s not functioning until you install the right driver.

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Wherever you go, nature has slowly but surely worked its magic on earthly landmarks and created some truly astounding rock formations. So get rid of your boring old backgrounds and ‘rock’ your desktop with the second in our series of Rock Formations Wallpaper collections.

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It’s happened to everybody at some point—you go to install a new application, and Windows tells you to reboot first. Or reboot after. Or it asks you to close out of every other application first. Why does it do that?

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Are you ready to go in search of adventure and treasure? Then we have the perfect game for you to finish your work week out with. In this week’s game, you get to ‘lead’ a merry band of adventurers as they explore the Cave of Atman and face the terrors within!

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We arrive at our final lesson in our Windows Search series, and logically we’re ending on what we’ve been building up to the whole time: Advanced Query Syntax, namely AQS parameters. Understanding these parameters and how to use them will give your searches that extra oomph they’ve been sorely needing and will ultimately crown you all as Search Masters!

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Today we’re taking a look at the home networking hardware: what the individual pieces do, when you need them, and how best to deploy them. Read on to get a clearer picture of what you need to optimize your home network.

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