How to refresh or reset Windows 10

How to refresh or reset Windows 10

Windows 10 refresh and reset options allow you to restore your computer to factory settings with or without existing personal files. Refreshing Windows 10 will allow you to remove programs …

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How to get free Windows 10 upgrade

Microsoft has provided a release date for Windows 10 and it’s July 29th. If you are currently using Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 you will start seeing a new icon on your taskbar or traybar. When the new icon is clicked on it will invite you to register Windows 10 for free. If you register for the free Windows 10 upgrade, Windows will reserve your free Windows 10 upgraded and notify you when Windows 10 is downloaded so that you can chose to install it right away or pick another time to.

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192.168.0.1 (IP Address Information and Troubleshooting)

192.168.0.1 is a private IP address (IPv4 address) that is utilized by Neatgear broadband routers and a variety of other brand devices. Different devices (computers, etc.) can use the 192.168.0.1 IP address across different networks, however only one device on the network can utilize the IP address.

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How to disable Windows 8 Right edge swipe (Touchpad)

If you own a laptop running the Microsoft Windows 8 Operating System you may have noticed the “Charms” and clock (with date and power/internet icons) that appear when you hover your mouse or pointer on the right side and right corners of the screen. The Windows 8 Charms pop-up anytime you move your cursor to the right side of the screen, even if you have an open window or are simply on Windows 8 Desktop.

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How to remove the HomeGroup icon from Windows 8 Desktop (bug fix)

There is a common bug concerning the Microsoft Windows 8 Operating System that will cause the HomeGroup icon to appear at random on the Windows desktop. The HomeGroup icon may appear at any random time and can not be removed by simply right clicking the icon or highlighting the icon and deleting it. This often confuses users and may cause them to suspect that the HomeGroup icon is relative to a computer virus or malware infection.