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How to Flush DNS on Windows 10

A problem with your PC’s DNS cache can result in trouble connecting to the internet. If you’ve tried the usual tricks like clearing your browser cache and cookies, flushing Windows 10’s DNS may fix your problem….

How to Free Up Space in Windows 11

Windows 11 includes robust tools for managing the storage on your PC. It can detect where large, unused files are, clear temporary files automatically, and empty the recycle bin on a schedule. Find out how to use them here….

How to Switch User Accounts on Windows 10

Using multiple user accounts on Windows 10 is a convenient way to control access to files and applications. Switching between accounts preserves what you’re working on without closing anything. Find out a few ways to switch b…

How to Add a Printer on Windows 11

Whether you have a wired printer connected via USB, a wireless printer on your Wi-Fi network, or a Bluetooth printer, printer setup is easy on Windows 11. Windows can automatically install printer drivers, too….

Can Your Windows 11 PC Run Android Apps?

Microsoft released a new support document that explains the system requirements for running Android apps on Windows 11. If you’re curious whether your PC can handle the Amazon Appstore, you don’t need to wonder any longer….

How to Enter the BIOS on Windows 10

The BIOS, or UEFI, is a powerful tool for configuring your PC’s hardware such as your RAM, CPU, motherboard, and more. It also has options that can increase the security of your PC. Here are a few different ways to access the…

Windows 11 Embraces Touch With 5 New Gestures

The Windows 11 life cycle is in full swing, and Microsoft just announced Insider Preview Build 22557. This build comes with some significant improvements to touch, including five new gestures you can use to navigate the OS….
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