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How to check laptop battery health in Windows 10 or 11

Is your laptop’s battery in good condition? Knowing how to check laptop battery health in Windows 11 is a handy trick as it will tell you whether your laptop’s flagging battery life is the rest of a hardware or software problem.  The lithium-ion batteries in most of our electronics wear down and become less effective […]

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How to check your PC’s specifications on Windows 10

Have you been having headaches finding out the specs of your Windows 10 computer? Get to know five ways to find out in this guide. On Windows 10, the ability to determine the technical specifications of your computer can come in handy in many situations. It can be helpful to determine whether the device meets […]

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Should I upgrade from Windows 10 to Windows 11 now? No, not yet

Windows 11 began its rollout to eligible devices on Oct. 5, meaning that Windows 10 is slowly on the way out. Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 support will end in 2025, so you still have a few years before you’ll stop getting security patches. And Microsoft’s phased rollout of Windows 11 means you might not even be […]

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Microsoft releases mandatory Windows updates to fix PrintNightmare exploit

Earlier last week, Microsoft acknowledged that it was investigating a critical vulnerability in Windows 10 that when exploited could let attackers run arbitrary code on the victim’s system. The vulnerability, tracked under CVE-2021-34527, is present in the Windows Print Spooler service and is termed print “PrintNightmare” that can allow for remote code execution (RCE). As the vulnerability was […]

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Microsoft Windows 11 upgrade is free for Windows 10 users

After all the teasing, Microsoft officially unwrapped Windows 11 in a live-streamed presentation on Thursday. There were not a lot of surprises for those who have been paying attention to the leaks, particularly the spillage from the Windows 11 beta ISO image that began circulating last week. However, there were some welcome clarifications and nice user-centric details revealed during the presentation. […]

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