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How to Check Your Computer’s Specifications

Using just the built-in tools on Windows 10 and Windows 11, you can check your PC’s specs, like the processor type, RAM, graphics card model, storage type (SSD or HDD), network adapter model, and more. We’ll show you how to f…

How to Restart Windows 10

Restarting your Windows 10 PC is as easy as clicking a few options or running a command from Command Prompt. We’ll show you the options available to you to turn your PC off and then back on.

How to Change File Type on Windows 10 and 11

Changing a file type basically means changing a file’s extension, and both Windows 10 and 11 offer multiple options to do this. We’ll show you which option to use and when so you can successfully change your files’ formats….

How to Format an SSD on Windows 10

Formatting a solid-state drive (SSD) only takes a few seconds through File Explorer. But how exactly do you do it, and what file system should you choose? Here’s what you need to know.

How to Format a USB Drive on Windows 10

You don’t need to use any complex tools to format a USB flash drive. You can do it directly in File Explorer. But what do all of the options mean, and which should you choose? Here is what you need to know….

How to Turn Off Narrator on Windows 10 and 11

Windows’ Narrator feature reads on-screen text to help you navigate your PC. If you have this feature enabled, but you don’t use it, it’s easy to turn Narrator off on both Windows 10 and 11. We’ll show you two ways to do that…
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