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How to Reset Windows 11 to Factory Settings

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If you are having problems with your computer, a great to fix it and make it work like new again is doing a factory reset. This will make everything new again. When doing this, you can choose keep your files or remove everything way. Either way, it is a great fix for most major problems. 

How Get Old Context Menu Back on Windows 11

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The right-click context menu on Windows 11 is quite different. While the new look does feel modern and more consistent with the rest of the user interface, some prefer the classic right-click context menu that was on Windows 10. Fortunately, enabling the old context menu is simple. All you need is a simple little app called WinAero Tweaker.

How to Create a Windows Bootable Installation USB Flash Drive

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An easy way to do a clean install of  Windows 11 is by using a bootable USB flash drive. Fortunately, the Media Creation Tool from Microsoft makes it very easy to create Windows 11 Bootable USB. Here's how to do this step-by-step

How to Make NVIDIA the Default Graphics Card on Windows 10

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To use NVIDIA graphics card to its full potential, you need to set it as the default graphics processor. This is important because dedicated or discrete graphics generally provides better performance than your integrated graphics card.  In Windows 10, this is fairly easy to do. You can make NVIDIA the default graphics card by accessing the NVIDIA Control Panel. Here's how you can do this.

How to Enable Remote Desktop on Windows 10

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In order to use remote desktop connect to your PC on Windows 10, you need to enable it first. Doing so is very simple via the remote desktop settings.  Here's how to do so step-by-step.

How to Check If Your PC Has TPM 2.0 on Windows 10

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One of the key system requirements for Windows 11 is that your computer must have TPM 2.0 or Trusted Platform Module 2.0. Microsoft requires this to ensure that Windows 11 stays secure and stable. If you are upgrading from Windows 10 to Windows 11, it is important to make sure that your PC has TPM 2.0 See the video of how to check if your computer has TPM 2.0 Step 1 Right-click the Start Button.  Step 2 Select Device Manager after right-clicking the Start button. This will open Windows 10's Device Manager. Step 3 Go down and double-click Security Devices or expand the arrow next to it. Step 4 If it says Trusted Platform Module 2.0 , this means you have TPM 2.0 This is important if you want to upgrade to Windows 11. 

How to Make Everything on the Screen Bigger on Windows 10

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