Update your computer’s Google Chrome

To make sure you’re protected by the latest security updates, Google Chrome can automatically update when a new version of the browser is available on your device. With these updates, you might sometimes notice that your browser looks different.  Get … Continue reading

Windows 10 can now automatically roll back problematic updates

Windows 10 will now automatically remove the recently installed updates when it detects incompatibility issues that lead to startup failures. From Microsoft: Windows automatically installs updates to keep your device secure and running at peak efficiency. Occasionally, these updates can … Continue reading

Solid State Drive (SSD)

Windows supports certain features that SSD’s need to operate at optimum velocity, but it doesn’t enable them by default. This means that you have to come in and change OS settings to support the full potential of your SSD. Solid … Continue reading

The Microsoft tech support scam

This scam begins with a person calling or emailing you pretending to be a member of “Microsoft Support.” They will try to alarm you by saying your machine is compromised by a virus or other malicious malware. The scammer will … Continue reading

Make Sure Auto Play is working Windows computer

Making sure AutoPlay is set. If AutoPlay is set to take no action when discs are inserted, or if AutoPlay is not enabled, nothing may happen when a disc is inserted. Even though you may want to open discs through … Continue reading

How to switch your Windows 8 log-in to a local account

Using a Microsoft account does have some advantages over using a local account. For example, using a Microsoft account log-in lets you sync your settings across different Windows PCs. You can also use Microsoft’s integrated cloud storage, OneDrive. Downloading apps … Continue reading