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Ultimate Windows PC Mastery: 70+ Tips, Tricks, and Tutorials for Everyone

Joel Lee 01-04-2020

You may know your way around a Windows PC, but there are tons of tips, tricks, and tutorials you should be using that can make your life way easier and more productive!

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    Windows 10 is here to stay, which means you really ought to learn the ins and outs of this operating system if you want to be productive and efficient—two critical traits for any modern office worker.

    Admittedly, Windows 10 isn’t the most intuitive operating system, so we’ve written all kinds of articles that’ll show you what you need to know to become a Windows PC master.

    Before diving into our articles, here are a few helpful posts in case you need to install Windows 10 fresh on a new laptop, computer, or other device:

    Understanding Windows 10: Basics and Features

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    There are a lot of features in Windows 10 that you probably aren’t using—which, for the most part, is fine. However, you may find that certain Windows 10 features could significantly improve your experience:

    Essential Windows 10 Tips and Tricks

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    Straight out of the box, Windows 10 is OK… but not great. There are a number of tweaks and improvements you’ll want to make in order to optimize your experience. Here are a handful of our favorite tips and improvements for Windows 10:

    And here we have more dedicated Windows 10 tips for when you want to do something specific but aren’t exactly sure how to go about it:

    And we also have miscellaneous tips and tricks that aren’t big enough to change your life, but fun and useful to know on a case-by-case basis:

    Troubleshooting Windows 10 Issues and Errors

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    To say that Windows 10 “just works” would be… stretching the truth, to say the least. You’re bound to run into issues at some point, and when you do, you may find yourself pulling out your hair trying to resolve them. We’ve written many articles that will help you through tough times with Windows 10:

    Windows 10 is also known for many specific error codes, with each one designating a particular system error that must be addressed in its own way:

    Useful Windows 10 Apps and Software

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    Windows 10 comes with a lot of pre-installed software, but most of it is no good. You’re better off installing third-party software that’s packed with more features and usability—and in most cases, totally free!

    Related topics: Windows 10, Windows Apps, Windows Tips, Windows Tricks, Windows Update, Windows Upgrade.

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    1. SOmeone
      May 28, 2020 at 1:40 pm

      Google Drive Link stoped working

      • Mwila
        June 28, 2020 at 12:54 pm

        Apple Mac Catalina is not showing as a guest operating system ,is there something have missed? But have done everything as directed

    2. Katniss Lawrence
      April 20, 2020 at 8:08 am

      Oh! Thank you for these tips and tricks. I think they are amazing. I'm an AceThinker Capture Website Screenshots since it is too easy to use. I can take screenshots without any hassle using its straightforward UI controls. Plus, I like its blurring feature.

    3. NotAUser
      April 17, 2020 at 2:20 pm

      Still broken!

    4. maximus
      April 9, 2020 at 8:29 am

      It works in the latest Windows 10! Thanks!

      My current Windows 10 Home 1909 won't let me pin any file to either start or taskbar. It only allows me to pin the program with the file pinned in its flyout context menu. With this particular file (a yearly calendar with local holiday marks, which Windows do not have) I do not want to right click first, which sometimes takes a few seconds to load, I want to go straight to the file!

    5. ihateapple
      April 8, 2020 at 4:36 pm

      Broken download links