How-To guides for Windows users

How to Know if You Are Running 32-bit or 64-bit Windows?

How to Know if You Are Running 32-bit or 64-bit Windows and What’s the Difference?

Knowing whether your computer runs the 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows is essential when installing software and choosing your next Windows version. This article will show you how to check which Windows version you have on your machine.

 
How to Rotate a Video in Windows?

How to Rotate a Video by 90 Degrees?

When you record a video on your smartphone or camera, the video footage may rote or flip. This article will show you how to rotate the video 90 degrees.

 
How to Disable Startup Programs in Windows 7 & 10?

How to Disable Startup Programs?

Startup programs in Windows 7 and Windows 10 are user programs launched automatically after Windows boots up. Removing a program from the Startup list does not uninstall it, and you can launch it manually any time later. Furthermore, you can always return any removed program to the Startup list. This article demonstrates how to disable programs that you do not want to be launched at Windows boot.

 
How to Open Command Prompt in Windows 10?

Various Ways to Open Command Prompt in Windows 10

Command prompt, a command-line interpreter application also known as cmd.exe or CMD, is available in most Windows operating systems. This article will show you the various ways to open the Command Prompt in Windows 10 (these methods also apply to Windows 8 and 7).

 
How to Electronically Sign a PDF [Complete Guide]

How to Electronically Sign a PDF in Windows & MacOS?

Are you tired of printing out documents and having to scan them back to add your signature? There are many ways to sign them virtually. This guide will show you how to sign your documents virtually (without the inconvenience of printing, signing, and scanning) before sending them.

 
FIX: Apps Won't Open on Windows 10

Apps Won't Open on Windows 10? Our Troubleshooting Guide Will Help You Fix That

Apps are an essential part of Windows 10, and it can be very frustrating if you can't use them. There are many cases when people can't use their apps because they won't open. Windows apps not opening isn't the most common problem for Windows 10 users, but it does happen.

 

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