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How to Bulk Install Windows 10 Apps with Winstall (2020)

For long, Ninite has been a go-to service for many users who want to bulk install Windows 10 apps. And frankly speaking, it works like a charm. That said, there is a cool new project in town called Winstall which is developed by Mehedi Hassan and it’s as seamless as Ninite. Winstall takes advantage of the new Winget package manager, recently released by Microsoft. Apart …

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How to Exclude Files and Folders from Windows Defender

Windows Defender is a solid first-party antivirus on Windows 10. I am happy that finally, Microsoft has brought a feature-rich and secure antivirus for Windows 10 that is not a resource hog. It also comes with many features that can be helpful for users. One of the best features of Windows Defender (now called Windows Security) is that you can add exclusions for files and …

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How to Install Windows 10 on a Chromebook in 2020

We recently wrote two in-depth guides on how to install Chrome OS on PC and how to dual-boot Chrome OS and Windows 10 on a single machine. This was an effort to bring Chrome OS to users who have been using Windows for years. While people love the lightweight OS and snappy performance, it doesn’t take much time for users to realize the lack of …

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How to Cast Windows 10 to Android TV or Any Smart TV

While Chromecast works remarkably well within the Android – Chrome ecosystem, the moment you step out of Google’s hallowed garden, you realize there is little choice for Windows users. You can’t cast local media stored on your Windows 10 computer to Android TV. Neither you can cast any program other than Chrome. So if you are looking for a solution to cast Windows 10 in …

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How to Get macOS Dynamic Wallpaper on Windows 10 (2020)

Dynamic Wallpaper on macOS was introduced with the Mojave update and Apple has released more live wallpapers for Catalina and the upcoming Big Sur updates. As a Windows user, I find myself drooling over the sleek and visually pleasing backgrounds. Sure, we have some of the best Rainmeter skins with live background, but to be frank, the dynamic wallpapers are just better and well designed. …

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How to Keep an App Window Always on Top in Windows 10

While Windows 10 now comes with the snapping feature — and frankly, it works really well — there are times when you just want to force a window to stay on top. The luxury of a full-sized window can’t be overstated, more so when you are using Chrome and need to jot down important details on your favorite note app. And that’s why we bring …

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How to Automatically Turn on Your PC on a Schedule

We routinely use our PC and it’s likely that we sit in front of the computer at more or less the same time. And every single time, we have to manually turn on the computer and wait for another few minutes before Windows loads up everything (read how to speed up Windows 10). It makes the whole experience tedious and frankly, tiresome. So to solve …

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Windows 10 Mobile Hotspot Keeps Turning Off? Here is The Fix

While there are scores of WiFi hotspot software for Windows 10 out there, many users find the built-in Mobile Hotspot much simpler and easier to use. It’s just a click away and sits in the Action Center all the time. That said, lately users have been complaining about a weird issue where Windows 10 Mobile Hotspot keeps turning off. Even when the user is actively …

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How to Enable Group Policy Editor on Windows 10 Home

If you are a technical guy working on Windows, then you must know how useful Group Policy Editor is. It allows you to enable some hidden features in Windows. It also allows you to disable features that you don’t want. Just like you can disable Windows 10 updates using Group Policy Editor. But if you are using Home edition of Windows 10, you are going …

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How to Bypass Recycle Bin Permanently on Windows 10

One of the best feature most of the operating systems have is Recycle Bin. Specially it has been an integral part of Windows since the beginning. It helps you recover the files you have deleted (unless deleted permanently). But files stored in Recycle Bin keep occupying space in your HDD. And some people may not like this behavior as it takes two steps to permanently …

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