We’ve seen quite a lot of reports of people their computers showing symptoms of randomly opening new tabs and displaying a page with “Hello new user” and a ton of advertisements on the page. We currently haven’t figured out what really causes it, but it does sound like an malware infection.
In this tutorial we will show you the [...]
DNS is short for Domain Name System. The Domain Name System delegates the assigning of domain names and the mapping of those names to the authoritative name servers for each domain. While this is a quite complex system on the back-end for users it’s quite easy to change the DNS settings on their computers. If you wish to learn more about [...]
While most people didn’t seem to like the Windows 8 Start Menu style there were some people who absolutely loved it, especially on Tablets the Windows 8 Start Menu style was loved. Windows 10 by default does not open the Start Menu in Full Screen mode but rather like Windows always did in a small box. If you however want to open Start Menu [...]
Windows 10 by defaults saves the recently opened files in the program’s history and in multiple other places. If you, however, want to disable this then you can easily do this through the Windows Settings. In this tutorial we will show you How to Enable / Disable Recently Opened Items in Windows 10.
Some frequently asked [...]
Powershell is a great tool for IT professionals that want to do network wide commands easily. If you are an IT professional or you simply love Powershell then we will show you how to replace Command Prompt with Powershell in the Windows 10 Powermenu / Windows 10 Quick Start Menu.
Please note that it’s not possible to have Command [...]
If you’re missing the volume icon from your taskbar in Windows 10 then it’s most likely that you accidently disabled the system icons on your system or that someone decided to turn this off for you. However, you can easily turn it back on so you can once again control your volume from the taskbar using Volume Icon.
In this article, [...]