Backing up and restoring your wireless network profiles along with passwords eliminates the need to remember them when transferring to a new PC. There are both native ways and third-party tools that will get the job done.
A battery’s health deteriorates over time, even if it is not being used. Check your laptop’s battery health using the native method in Windows and know when to replace it.
The volume mixer was previously removed from the Quick Access menu by Microsoft. however, they are now preparing to restore it with a new design. Learn how to activate it today using the given guide.
The Credential Guard is automatically enabled in Windows 10 alongside Hyper-V. However, in Windows 11, it is enabled by default. This can cause issues with VMware and other hypervisors. Learn how to disable it using the Group Policy Editor or the Windows Registry Editor.
The items inside the Startup Programs start automatically as soon as you sign in. However, they are stored at different locations for the current user and all the user accounts. Here are different methods to access and find those apps and programs.
Dots Per Inch (DPI) defines how sensitive a mouse it to its movement. However, o check the maximum DPOI supported, it is best to refer to the manufacturer’s documentation. To change a mouse’s speed setting, go to Settings >> Bluetooth & Devices >> Mouse.
The most convenient way to check your default printer is by running the “wmic printer get name,default” command, and to set it, use the “rundll32 PRINTUI.dll,PrintUIEntry /y /n “[PrinterName]”” command in Command Prompt.
Microsoft previously included an equalizer in the Windows OS. However, since it has been removed, here are other methods to adjust the volume, bass, and treble levels.
Snipping Tool is a handy utility to capture the screen. It comes preinstalled in Windows 10 and 11. However, it can be missing due to a malfunction. Download it using the methods in this post, and learn how to use it today.
Multiple RDP sessions allow multiple users to remotely access a Windows PC at the same time. You can enable this feature using RDPWrap or by modifying the “termsrv.dll” file. This article gives a detailed step-by-step guide to do so.
Our devices have different versions of Bluetooth today, each with its own distinct features and support. Learn the difference between Bluetooth versions 5, 5.2, and 5.4 in this post.
To use Wi-Fi and ethernet internet connections at the same time, you must disable the Windows metric priority for the adapters. To do so, go to Network Connections >> Adapter Properties >> Configure >> Advanced and disable “Packet Priority and VLAN.”