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Did you know you can set your PC or laptop to lock automatically when you walk away, and unlock for you when you return.  With Dynamic lock it possible to use your smartphone, or smart watch to achieve this.  In Settings, click Accounts and then Sign-in options.  Here you…

If you have a mobile device such as a laptop or tablet, and using maps a lot, you can download and keep maps on your PC to use with the Windows 10 Maps app at any time, even without an Internet connection.  This is easy…

If you need to regularly access files and documents on your office or home network, you might find it a chore each day to find that network resource in File Explorer.  Did you know though that you can pin the drive within File Explorer though…

Windows 10 comes with a really useful feature that allows you to snap apps and programs to different sides, or corners of your screen, and you can read how to dot his HERE.  There’s a new tool though released through Microsoft PowerToys that expands and…

If you do a lot of scripting in Windows, either through the Command Prompt, Powershell, or are using Azure Cloud Shell, or Windows Subsystem for Linux, then you might be interested in Windows Terminal.  This is a Microsoft Store app available for Windows 10 that can…

Sometimes you need to download and test or evaluate a piece of software that’re sure about.  Alternatively you might need to access websites you think may be unsafe, or insecure.  You don’t want to expose your PC and Windows to online threats, and so Windows…

If you difficulty reading what’s on your PC’s screen, you can enlarge everything by activating the Magnifier.  You can find this in Settings or by pressing Windows key + Ctrl + M.  Here you can control the standard magnification level from 200% all the way up to…