Windows crashes—whether they come as a blue screen of death or totally locked-up system—are extremely frustrating. Not only do you lose the work you had open, but troubleshooting the reason that Windows crashed can be difficult. When crashes happen, you’ll probably wonder how to prevent these issues in the future. Let’s look at the most
Most of the time, automatic app updates are convenient. Not having to check for new versions regularly saves you time and keeps your apps secure. However, sometimes you might want to stop apps from auto-updating. Maybe the latest version is bugged, or you need an older version for a specific reason. We’ll show you how
SSH (Secure Shell) is an encrypted network protocol used for connecting to devices over a network or the internet. Linux computers come with a preinstalled SSH tool that can be accessed with a terminal command, but what about Windows? Several SSH options are available for Windows, including a built-in SSH tool. Here’s how to use
Are you swiping at your Windows 10 laptop and wondering why the two-finger scroll isn’t working? There are a few ways to fix this problem, from enabling the setting to ensuring your drivers are working as they should. Let’s explore some easy ways to enable a double-finger scroll in Windows 10. Enabling the Two-Finger Scroll
It’s a frustrating problem when your PC randomly turns on from sleep. Not only does this waste power, but it might wake you up if you sleep near your computer. If you have problems keeping your Windows 10 system in sleep mode, we’re here to help. Let’s look at why your computer randomly turns itself
As a Windows user, you have three possible paths regarding system security. You can use the built-in Windows Security suite, install third-party security software, or ignore security altogether. The path you take is crucial. Windows Security (formerly Windows Defender) is better than it has ever been. As a default security option, you’re in safe hands.