If you've been wondering why your computer takes too long to boot, it may be because you don’t have "fast startup" enable on your computer. In this guide, we’ll show you how to enable the feature in Windows 10, and when you want to keep it disabled to avoid problems.
It's that time of the week again! Microsoft is back with another Windows 10 preview build for those in the Dev Channel that features a couple of notable UI updates. Today's build is 21327 and features an improved UI to the Taskbar's 'News and Interests' features, as well as new Fluent Design system icons in apps like Settings and Start.
In this guide, we'll show you the steps to use the DISM command tool to repair the local image of Windows 10, which you can use with the System File Checker (SFC) to fix problems with your machine's installation.
In a fireside chat with Microsoft's Chief Product Officer, Panos Panay and Corporate VP & Product Manager, Roanne Sones, Panay briefly talks about Windows and the future of the platform, teasing that he's pumped about what's coming next but that Microsoft is not ready to talk about it just yet.
Windows Package Manager, even in preview, is a really powerful tool for installing software. But what if you don't actually know what you're looking for is even there? You just have to search for it. Here's how.
Universal Print, a new service from Microsoft that allows education and enterprise customers to eliminate the need for print servers or installing printer drivers onto PCs by providing a simple and secure printing solution in zero-trust environments via Microsoft 365, is now generally available starting today.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and the week has been packed with news on a wide range of topics for Microsoft fans, including Windows 10 build 21322, Razer's Kiyo Pro webcam, and Zac's look at Sun Valley. He and Daniel also discuss SSD replacement kits for Surface Pro 7+, and a rumor that Samsung will release a laptop with Exynos and AMD...
XP-Pen make a huge range of drawing tablets for hobbyists, beginners, and professionals. Recently, we had the opportunity to take a look at one of their higher-end offerings in the Artist 22 (2nd gen) tablet, and came away incredibly impressed. Here's what you need to know.