How to Check How Much RAM You Have in Windows 10

check your computer ram

Your computer uses RAM as a temporary data storage medium to store information for the operating system and other running programs. If you find that your computer is running slowly, a possible culprit is a too little RAM….

Read More »

6 Ways to Open the Resource Monitor in Windows 10

open Windows 10 Resource Monitor

The Resource Monitor is a useful utility built in Windows, which allows you to check information about the use of hardware (CPU, memory, disk, and network) and software resource on your computer. If you wonder how to open…

Read More »

How to Check Your Microsoft Edge Version in Windows 10

check Microsoft Edge version

Microsoft Edge is the default web browser in Windows 10. Sometimes you may need to know what version of Microsoft Edge you are using so that you can determine whether you need to update it to the latest….

Read More »

How to Check What Version of Internet Explorer I Have on Windows 10

check internet explorer version

By default, Windows 10 includes the new browser Microsoft Edge, and it also keeps the classical Internet Explorer browser. Sometimes you may want to check what version of Internet Explorer you are using on your Windows 10. Now…

Read More »

Change Mouse from Double-click to Single-click in Windows 10

change mouse from double-click to single-click

By default, to open a file in Windows 10, you need to double-click on the file with your left mouse button, or single-click on the file with your right mouse button and then select the Open option from…

Read More »

2 Ways to Disable or Enable Local Users and Groups in Windows 10

disable or enable local users and groups

The Local Users and Groups is located in Computer Management, which you can use to manage user accounts and groups on a local computer or assign privileges to users and groups, thus limiting the ability of users and…

Read More »

Reset/Clear Forgotten Windows 10 Password with Hiren’s BootCD

Reset Windows 10 password with Hiren's BootCD

If you forgot the login password for Windows 10 and couldn’t log on to your computer, take it easy. There are some effective methods that allow you to reset Windows 10 password without any data loss or corruption…

Read More »

How to Automatically Hide Windows 10 Taskbar When Not in Use

automatically hide Windows 10 taskbar

If you did not change the position of the Windows 10 taskbar, it is always located at the bottom of the desktop by default, whether it is in use or not. Some people think the taskbar takes up…

Read More »

4 Ways to Check If You Have 32-bit or 64-bit Firefox on Windows 10

check 32-bit or 64-bit firefox

If you are not sure if you have installed 32-bit or 64-bit Firefox on your Windows 10, you can follow any of the four ways to check the version of your Firefox browser. Way 1: by Firefox’s Help…

Read More »

8 Ways to Open Device Manager in Windows 10

device manager

Device Manager is a useful tool built in Windows. When you need to view or change device properties, update driver software, configure or uninstall devices, you generally need to use the Device Manager. In this post, we will…

Read More »