How to secure your data using File History in Windows 10

Whether you use a Windows 10 laptop or desktop for work or personal use, you’ll realize that it can quickly accumulate a large amount of data. Hardware failure, cyberattacks, and natural disasters can put this data at risk of being lost forever. Backing up your data regularly is the best way to prevent data loss, and here’s how you can do it.

How to tweak and maximize Windows 11 on your laptop

Windows 11 is available as a free upgrade for Windows 10 users, and many people — including laptop users — are taking advantage of this new operating system. If you're one of them, then you need to know how to properly tweak Windows 11 features on your laptop so you can make the most of Windows 11.
1. Set up how your device checks for updates
New laptops usually automatically check for updates, but you can also manually do this.

Keyboard shortcuts you can use in Windows 10 and 11

Technology makes work easier, and something as simple as keyboard shortcuts can save you a lot of time. If you have a Windows 10 or 11 computer, then you may find these keyboard shortcuts very handy.
Snap
Snap allows you to put two to four windows side by side, making it easier to compare documents or do two things at the same time.

Easily log into your device with Windows Hello

When it comes to accessing devices, entering a password is a hassle, not to mention fast becoming obsolete in terms of providing strong security. Thankfully, Windows 10 and 11 users can use Windows Hello, a feature that provides a convenient and secure way to log in with just a look, a touch, or a PIN code.

These desktop decluttering tips can help improve PC performance

Everyone needs a fast, reliable PC in order to be productive. A slow computer cannot process multiple tasks efficiently and can hamper your productivity. One of the many causes of a sluggish computer is a cluttered desktop. Here are some fixes that will help reduce desktop clutter and improve your PC’s speed.

Windows 11 settings you should turn off

Do you feel like your online activity is being spied on? That’s because it probably is — but not by cybercriminals as you might think. It’s more likely that it’s your operating system that's tracking your information. Learn more about Windows 11’s not-so-private settings and how to fix them to ensure your privacy.

Why is Windows 11’s TPM requirement important?

Months before Windows 11’s official release date, conversations were already focused not just on the new operating system’s (OS) new features, but also on how its hardware requirements compared to its predecessor’s. Among the points raised was the compulsory Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 chip in Windows 11-supported devices — a marked upgrade from Windows 10’s TPM 1.2 requirement.