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How to enable or disable Hibernate in Windows 10

In Windows 10, as with previous versions, there are three basic options when you turn off your computer: shut down, sleep and restart. When you choose shut down, your PC will do different things depending on whether hibernate is enabled or disabled. See also: Windows Advisor for all Windows tips and tricks Hibernate is – as far as you’re concerned ... Read More »

Windows 10 Redstone Insider seeds are on the way

If you’re eagerly awaiting the next PC-centric Insider build of Windows 10, here’s some good news: You can expect the next build to arrive soon. According to a tweet posted by Microsoft’s Gabe Aul, the next build will come to Insiders in “a few more days.”  @DecadeMoon @Wereszko @mayank_jee We are all getting back in the office, getting new builds ... Read More »

How to turn on or off Fast Startup in Windows 10

Windows 10 may have divided opinion, but if your PC or laptop has it, there are plenty of features to like. Here are just 10. One of the default features is Fast Startup, and here’s how to turn it on or off. 1 – Head to the Control Panel and click on Power Options 2 – Click the link of ... Read More »

Samsung tries to fight Microsoft’s Surface with new Galaxy TabPro S

Samsung is making its first foray into Windows 10 tablets with the announcement of the new Galaxy TabPro S on Tuesday.  It looks a lot like one of the company’s Android tablets, and features a thin, fan-less tablet powered by an Intel Core M processor. The TabPro S has both a front- and rear-facing camera, and can run the full ... Read More »

Alcatel OneTouch Fierce XL hands-on review

Synology invites you to visit them at IP EXPO – Europe’s number one IT event on 7th-8th October. Register HERE for free and join them at stand DD8 Read More »

Microsoft officially dumps Internet Explorer 8, 9, and 10

Microsoft recently announced another step that puts Internet Explorer that much closer to oblivion. Beginning next Tuesday, January 12, Microsoft will officially retire Internet Explorer versions 8, 9, and 10 for most Windows operating systems, according to a Microsoft support page. Internet Explorer 11 will be the only officially supported version of the browser for Windows 7, 8.1, and 10. ... Read More »

How HP Inc. designed the Elitebook Folio G1 to compete with the MacBook Air

For CES 2016, HP Inc. is looking to make a statement after the PC maker’s recent split from HP’s enterprise unit. On Tuesday, the company took the wraps off its upcoming ultraportable notebook, the HP EliteBook Folio G1: A new laptop designed to compete directly with the MacBook Air. In the Folio G1, HP looked to create “a device so ... Read More »

Start Windows 10 (or 8) in Safe Mode

We show you how to start a Windows 8 PC or laptop in Safe Mode. Unlike previous versions of Windows, you can’t just hit F8 when your PC is booting to see the advanced startup options, such as Safe Mode. It’s all changed with Windows 8 and 10, but we explain what you need to do. When your PC has ... Read More »

Windows 95 running on a Nintendo 3DS will take you back in time

 In this modern age, what on Earth are you supposed to do with an old copy of Windows 95? The discs might make for stylish drink coasters, and you might use the old software box to decorate your home office.  GBAtemp forum member shutterbug2000 had other ideas, though, and installed Microsoft’s landmark operating system on a new Nintendo 3DS. It’s ... Read More »

How to enable or disable the lock screen in Windows 10

Lock screens are something we’ve all grown accustomed to on our smartphones and tablets, but their presence isn’t quite as useful on a PC. By default Windows 10 comes with the feature enabled, and while the photos displayed are often pretty, the function itself only really serves to slow down your access to the device. Disabling the lock screen isn’t ... Read More »

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