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How to fix Windows 10 Ethernet connection that keeps dropping [Troubleshooting Guide]

The internet has become one of our essential tools to help us gather information. For example for students, answering assignments is easy, getting ideas about school projects is abundant and many more. In short, internet is an unlimited source of information. But many of Windows 10 users are having issues connecting to the internet and

Easy steps to mirror your Windows 10 screen to your TV using Chromecast [tutorial]

Sharing your computer’s screen to a TV has become easier right now than ever before. Sure, you still can do the old school wired connection via HDMI but this option can become inconvenient or impractical since you’ll be limited by the length of the wire. A better option is by using Chromecast. With Google Chromecast,

Windows 10 Outlook 2016 issues when connecting to Outlook.com: Random crashes and repeated credential prompts [Troubleshooting Guide]

Have you ever encountered an issue in which you are prompted to log-in multiple times when connecting your Outlook.com account to Outlook 2016 or Outlook 2013 in your Windows 10 computer? If so, then this content might be able to help. Read on to learn why these problems occur on your Windows 10 Outlook 2016

How to fix Game DVR problems in your Windows 10 PC

We’ve recently addressed some gaming topics in #Windows10 lately and this article is no different. Today, we add another troubleshooting article about Windows 10 Game DVR issues. While Game Mode is definitely a welcome improvement for Windows, most gamers are excited with Game DVR recording feature even more. This post covers some common problems one may

How to delete web browsers caches stored on your computer (easy steps)

Every time you open a webpage, the web browser you use stores small files in your computer’s hard disk. While these files are temporary and small, they may use a few gigabytes worth of storage space over time. Caches actually makes browsing a little faster since the browser doesn’t need to download data it has

Easy steps to change the default browser on your Windows 10 PC [tutorial]

Not many people are contented with Microsoft’s stock web browser, the Microsoft Edge. Oftentimes, computer users would switch to a third party browser like Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or any other browser they want. If you want to also change the default web browser on your Windows 10 computer, below are the steps to do