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How to Fix Screen Flickering in Windows 10

Your Windows 10 PC’s screen can flicker for a variety of reasons. If you’re not sure of the exact cause, try these common solutions to troubleshoot and fix the problem, whether you’re using a laptop or a desktop….

The 6 Worst Versions of Windows, Ranked

Microsoft crafted Windows RT as an ARM-based version of Windows that would run on a new class of lighter, more power-efficient machines like the Surface RT. There was only one problem: It couldn’t run millions of Windows apps…

How to Recover Deleted Notes in OneNote

If you’ve accidentally deleted a note in Microsoft OneNote, don’t panic. There’s a good chance your deleted note is still available in a OneNote backup. Here, we’ll show you how to recover your notes in OneNote for Windows, M…

How to Fix Blurry Apps on Windows 10

When you switch monitors or change your display settings, some applications might appear blurry. Windows 10 usually fixes these blurry windows automatically. If they stay blurry, there are some settings you can change to fix …

How to Make a Website into a Windows 10 App

If you access certain websites regularly, you can turn them into native Windows 10 apps. This lets you use your sites as if they were normal apps. You can use Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge to create these apps, and we’ll sh…

How to Use a PS5 Controller on Windows 10

The PlayStation 5’s (PS5) DualSense wireless controller includes adaptive triggers that work best with PS5 games, but that doesn’t mean it won’t work with your computer. You can pair the PS5 controller with your Windows 10 PC…

The 10 Greatest Versions of Windows, Ranked

Over the past 35 years, Microsoft has released at least 30 major versions of the Windows operating system. But they weren’t all created equal, so we thought it would be fun to rank the 10 greatest desktop versions of this ess…
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