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While using printers, you may require to print either in color or in Grayscale. Now, choosing in between grayscale (BW) and Colors is very easy. You can straightway change the Read more »


Technically, it is not possible to make Cortana use your Default browser in fetching its search results. Microsoft has been very particular about it, and allows only Microsoft Edge Browser Read more »


Mobile or computer operating system comes with some dedicated apps for many social media or media streaming websites which are self content and full of utility features. Dedicated Apps for Read more »


The Homegroup feature in Windows operating system helps users share photo, documents, music, videos on a home network consisting of two or more computers. It also enables streaming of media Read more »


Homegroup is the collection of computers that are connected over a common home network. These home network facilitates the computers to share photos, documents, videos, printers, scanners and other devices. Read more »


The Homegroup feature in Windows operating system helps users share photo, documents, music, videos on a home network consisting of two or more computers. It also enables streaming of media Read more »


Microsoft Edge is the new age web browser that has replaced the old traditional Internet Explorer. It’s very interactive, fast, dynamic and modern in terms of features and UI. With Read more »


When we browse the internet using a web browser which is not our default browser, then that browser wants us to make it our default browser. Web browsers like Microsoft Read more »


How To Schedule Wi-Fi To Turn On Automatically After Turning It Off In Windows 10?

Any device that connects to the internet via wireless connection has Wi-Fi feature and such devices have the ability to turn on or off the Wi-Fi connection. However, Internet of Read more »


Sometimes users get stuck with Network issues like Wi-Fi not connecting properly, users not getting the desired connection etc. In these cases, netcfg commands are of great use. There are Read more »