Month: February 2018

How to clean boot Windows 10 (and why you might want to)

Windows 10 is a big, complicated OS that often has many different drivers, settings, and programs competing for space, and you might sometimes run into software conflicts. In this case — whether you notice that Windows isn't starting up properly or you're having problems installing updates …

How to Set Up Your Xbox One to Play Blu-ray and DVDs

Playing a physical disc on your Xbox One isn’t supported by default. You need to install the separate Blu-ray Player app first—here’s how. The other day I wanted to watch a documentary that wasn’t available for streaming online. The only practical way for me to watch …

How to Cast Video from Windows 10 to Chromecast with VLC

Recently, the popular free media player, VLC was updated to version 3.0 “Vetinari” that adds Chromecast support. Here’s how it works. Recently, the popular free media player, VLC was updated to version 3.0 and it received some great new features in addition to some slight design …

List of Apps that work with Cortana Voice Commands

  Starting with Windows 10 v1709, Cortana got many new features which also included an option for developers to let Cortana invoke the apps, and pass commands. If you use Cortana on a daily basis and would love to have hands-free experience with it, check out …

How to Enable and Configure Windows 10 Storage Sense

Automatically delete temporary system and application files using Windows 10 Storage Sense. Let’s review how to enable and configure this new feature of Windows. Windows 10 has a bad habit of keeping old temporary files lying around which don’t do anything other than take up hard …

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