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Find Applications Fast – Windows 10

Here is a Faster Way To Find Windows 10 Applications If you have a lot of programs installed in your Windows 10 PC, here is a quick way to speed up your search and get those apps running fast. Click Start and then on All Apps. This will pop up a list of apps alphabetically as shown below: Click on any letter and you instantly have a search for by

Windows 10 Alternate Start Menu

Don’t Forget the Alternate Start Menu in Windows 10 The Start Menu in  Windows 8 & 10 has been overhauled, but many find it confusing and difficult to gain access to often needed system settings. With  Windows 8 and 10 you can simply right-click on the start menu to display several system oriented shortcuts that are very handy from time to time. Several useful are quick links to: Task Manager: – Task Manager

Use the Built-In Windows Calculator!

Some Often Overlooked Uses of the Built-in Windows Calculator! An electronic calculator is a small, portable electronic device used to perform both basic and complex operations of arithmetic. In 2014, basic calculators can be very inexpensive. Scientific calculators tend to be higher-priced. Use the Use the Built-In Windows Calculator instead! Having trouble finding this calculator?  If you have a keyboard with a calculator button this should work.  If all else fails

Bypass the Login Screen In Windows 10

Bypass the Login Screen In Windows 10 If you use your PC at home and have no reason to protect the content, then having to sign in everytime you start your PC is an unnecessary step. NOTE:” If you are on a shared computer we don’t recommend making this change. Luck for you – This is a very easy fix in Windows 10. Bring up the run windows by typing Windows

(SSD) Solid State Drive Specifications Of Interest

(SSD) Solid State Drive Specifications   Everyone seems to be making SSD drives these days. Not all SSD’s are created equal. Just with a rotational hard drive there are ways to measure and evaluate that SSD before you hand over the cash! IOPS When it comes to SSD performance, you should compare (IOPS) Input/Output Operations Per Second. IOPS is a estimated measure of how fast the SSD can read and write