Deleting files in Windows 10 does not really delete the file. Security best practice requires deleted files to be completely overwritten more than once. In general, when you delete a file or directory in Microsoft Windows 10 it is moved to aRead More about How to securely and completely delete files in Windows 10 without third-party software
1) Try Safe Mode First When your PC just won’t boot into Windows at all, you’ll probably want to start off with Safe Mode—use the F8 key right when the system starts up to access the menu and see ifRead More about What to Do When Your PC Won’t Boot into Windows
One of the most persistent myths about Windows is that you need to reinstall the operating system regularly to keep it running at top performance. Let’s take a look at the real problem and how to fix it. Let’s talkRead More about Why You Don't Need to Regularly Reinstall Windows
These are 3 things about your PC that will raise your hair on end: Your computer’s operating system begins to “rot” the minute you start working on it Viruses leave damage on your operating system, even after they are deletedRead More about 3 Hair-Raising Facts About Your PC
Here’s a bar graph depicting the number of registry keys and values in your Windows registry, per operating system. See how many your operating system configuration has when it’s freshly installed. Now look at how many registry keys Reimage resetsRead More about Reimage PC Repair Statistics: Avg # of Registry Keys Reset During Repair
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Windows users reported receiving the “blue screen of death“ on their computers after installing Microsoft’s latest security updates released in February. Most of the people complaining on a Windows forum said they had the problem on Windows XP, but oneRead More about Windows security update causes 'blue screen of death' for some
In an ideal world, all PCs would have exactly the same hardware configuration, and it wouldn’t matter what you do on your PC, how much hardware or software you load, what software you download from the internet, what you install on the computer, what you remove and uninstall, or how many different programs you launch concurrently. Unfortunately, we don’t live in an ideal world. And you don’t have to use a PC for very long to know that things don’t always work the way they should. In fact, in the real world, if you buy the exact same PC as your friend, with the same operating system, you are likely to have two completely different computers in a very short time.Read More about Who is Your PC’s Worst Enemy?
Early detection of PC damage can prevent your computer from eventually breaking to the point of no repair. Simple scans at regular intervals can detect errors, stability and damage, and can point you in the right direction for repair, before it is too late.Read More about Early Detection Can Prevent Major PC Damage
When your computer starts to act up, do you buy a new one? Or fix the old one? Here are some tips and tricks to help you analyze what choice is best for you, new computer or online fix?Read More about Buy A New Computer – or Repair The One You Have?