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Create Customized Fonts and Characters with Windows Private Character Editor

Create Customized Fonts and Characters with Windows Private Character Editor

Did you know that Windows has a built-in font and character creator? Known by the name of Private Character Editor, it is a lesser known Windows built-in tool that allows you to create and...
How to Remove Black Folder Icon Background in Windows 10

How to Remove Black Folder Icon Background in Windows 10

There’s seemingly a bug in Windows 10 that adds a black background to folders. It doesn’t affect the data inside it in any way; it simply makes the folder look, well… ugly. It may...
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How to Download Windows 10 For Free, But Only Until December 31

Ever since Microsoft launched Windows 10, it’s made the OS officially or unofficially available. Officially, you stopped being able to download or upgrade your system to Windows 10 on July 29, 2016. Unofficially, you...
How to Improve Windows 10's Battery Life

How to Improve Windows 10’s Battery Life

Like its predecessors, Windows 10 also comes with a bunch of features to increase battery timing, including a completely new Battery Saver option. On top of that, the Anniversary update and the new Creators...
Top 3 Firewalls for Windows – Review

Top 3 Firewalls for Windows – Review

A firewall is the first line of defense against malware and phishing attacks that can immensely damage your PC. Windows has a built-in firewall that does a reliable job of protecting your system against...
5 Best Windows Apps to Monitor Internet Usage

5 Best Windows Apps to Monitor Internet Usage

When you get internet for home or as a student, there’s always a cap on your internet usage limit. But when you’re online, you tend to get carried away and sometimes end up exhausting...
Critical DNS Flaw Exposes Windows Computers to Hacking

Critical DNS Flaw Exposes Windows Computers to Hacking

The security updates released by Microsoft Oct. 10 fix a critical vulnerability in the Windows DNS client that could allow attackers to compromise computers on local networks without user interaction. The vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2017-11779,...
How To Activate Windows 8 Permanently 2017

How To Activate Windows 8 Permanently 2017

Windows is the best OS for all operating systems. Though the windows launched its latest Windows 10 in 2017. And its previous version like windows 8, windows seven etc. But the major issue in...

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