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How to Run Destiny 2 at 60 fps in 4K on PC

How to Run Destiny 2 at 60 fps in 4K on PC

Are you playing the Destiny 2 beta on PC? Are you planning to buy Destiny 2 when it launches on PC later this year? The game looks fantastic. But if you want the game to look its best, then you need to play it at 60 fps in 4K. Is such a thing even possible for your PC? How beefy does your rig need to be to run Destiny 2 at these specs? The good news is that Destiny 2 isn’t some lazy con

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How to Tidy up your Windows 10 Start Menu

How to Tidy up your Windows 10 Start Menu

I don’t know about you, but my Windows 10 Start Menu is a mess. I’ve never really customized it, and I rarely use it. Fortunately, Windows 10’s Start menu is very customizable – even if it’s not as user-friendly as the one we saw in Windows 7. Today, we’re going to show you how to improve your Windows 10 Start menu and make it more usable. Cleaning Up the All Apps Menu By defau

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What the Heck is Windows 10 S? Here’s What You Need to Know

What the Heck is Windows 10 S? Here’s What You Need to Know

Microsoft just announced a new operating system called Windows 10 S. The operating system is designed as a lightweight version of Windows to take on Chromebooks and MacBooks. Here’s everything you need to know about Windows 10 S. It’s Primarily Designed for Educational Use So far, Microsoft has explained that the operating system will primarily be meant for educational use, where Chromebooks

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What You Need to Know About the New Windows 10 Game Bar

What You Need to Know About the New Windows 10 Game Bar

Windows 10 has had a Game Bar since the beginning. However, the latest Creators Update added several new features to the Game Bar. Find out everything you need to know about these features today. First, you access the Game Bar by pressing Windows Key + G. This works in any PC game – in fact, it works in any PC application. There’s one restriction with the Game Bar: it only supports full-

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How to Easily Cast your Smartphone’s Display to your Windows 10 PC

How to Easily Cast your Smartphone’s Display to your Windows 10 PC

The Windows 10 Anniversary update came out last summer, which made it significantly easier to cast your smartphone’s display onto your screen. Despite that, many PC users continue to be oblivious. Today, we’re explaining how to cast your smartphone display onto your PC. What you Need Essentially, Windows 10’s system works as a software version of a Miracast adapter. That means any devic

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Microsoft Admits That It Won’t Hit Its 1 Billion Windows 10 Install Target By 2018

Microsoft is waving the white flag on its target of reaching 1 billion Windows 10 installs by 2018. Microsoft had initially planned to reach 1 billion Windows 10 installations across all its devices by 2018. Now, after an interview with ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley, Microsoft admits that their goal is not attainable. Instead, Microsoft described how they’re happy with the progress of Windows 10

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How to Track Login Activity on your Windows PC

How to Track Login Activity on your Windows PC

Is somebody else logging into your Windows PC when you’re not around? Fortunately, there’s an easy way to check your activity and track any potential snooping. Today, we’re going to show you how to determine if and when your PC was accessed. Check your Recent Activity The first place to start your search is in the recent activity menu, which showcases a list of recently-opened apps, pro

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Windows 10 Versus Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 for Performance

Windows 10 Versus Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 for Performance

Want to know which version of Windows will run best on your system? Check out these latest performance tests that give you a definitive look at whether you should run Windows 10, Windows 8.1, or Windows 7. The tests were performed by our friends at TechSpot.com. Previously, TechSpot had run performance tests on Windows 7 versus Windows 8 and found that Windows 8 was on par with Windows 7 in ter

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Microsoft Office 2016: What’s New?

Microsoft Office 2016: What’s New?

Microsoft Office 2016 was officially released on September 22. It’s a free upgrade for Office 365 users. But Office hasn’t really changed that much over the years. So what’s new in Microsoft Office 2016? Here are the notable changes you need to know about: What’s New in Excel 2016? -Six New Chart Types: Excel 2016 has six new chart types that you can access by the Insert Hierarchy Cha

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How to Stream Xbox One Games to your Windows 10 PC or Tablet

How to Stream Xbox One Games to your Windows 10 PC or Tablet

One of the coolest features on Windows 10 is the ability to stream Xbox One games onto your PC. The Windows 10 and Xbox One development team worked hand-in-hand to create a unified streaming platform on Windows 10. That means you can connect your Xbox One controller to your PC or tablet and play/stream Xbox One games over that device. However, accessing that streaming feature takes a litt

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