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How to Quickly Show Your Desktop on Windows 10

Sometimes, you need to quickly see your Desktop in Windows 10, but you don’t want to tediously minimize every open app window or move them and lose their layout. Luckily, several ways to allow you to quickly see the Desktop, …

How to Resize Your Start Menu in Windows 10

Does your Start menu feel too big or too small? If so, you can easily resize the Start menu in Windows 10 until it’s just right, which can give you more room to pin your favorite items—or reveal more of the Desktop. Here’s …

How to Quickly Search for Emoji on Windows 10

Emoji are playful graphical representations of emotions, things, symbols, or ideas. Sometimes while using Windows 10, you’d like to quickly find the perfect emoji, but there are hundreds to choose from. Here’s how to quickly …

How to Set App & Game Limits on Windows 10

With Microsoft Family Groups, you can easily block specific apps and games for individual profiles on any of your Windows 10 machines. You can also create custom time limits for apps to restrict screen time for work or play….

How to Uninstall Windows 10’s May 2020 Update

Despite a long testing process, we’ve seen reports of bugs in Windows 10’s May 2020 Update. If you’ve installed the latest version of Windows 10 and run into problems, you can uninstall it. Here’s how to uninstall the May 202…

How to Install Windows 10’s May 2020 Update

Windows 10’s May 2020 Update is finally here. That doesn’t mean you’ll get it immediately. It may be weeks (or even months!) before Windows Update even offers the update on your system. Here’s how you upgrade right now….

How to Limit Screen Time on Windows 10

Both kids and adults need the occasional break from staring at a screen. Fortunately, Microsoft Family Groups on Windows 10 allows you to set a healthier schedule for everyone in the family.

How to Stop Steam From Launching at Startup

Like many gaming apps, Steam will start automatically when you sign in to your computer. This can lead to clogged bandwidth, as games update automatically or appearing online when you don’t mean to. Steam’s auto-start is easy…
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