How to Schedule Dark Mode on Windows 11

Windows 11 has a nice Dark Mode, but just like Windows 10, it can’t be scheduled to turn on automatically at night. Thankfully, there is a way to fix this without downloading any extra software. This has always been a strange omission in Windows 10 and 11. The Night Light …

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How to Turn off Snap to Maximize in Windows 10

You’re using Windows 10, minding your own business, and then suddenly: SNAP. You’ve dragged a window too close to the top edge of the screen, and now it’s maximized! If this automatic window snapping gets on your nerves, it’s easy to turn off. Here’s how. Why Are My Windows Snapping …

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Microsoft Redesigns Windows 11’s Task Manager, Adds Dark Mode

Microsoft just announced Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22557 for the Dev channel, and it comes with a massive list of changes. One that caught our attention is the significant improvements to the Task Manager. The most obvious change you’ll notice about the Task Manager is that it matches Windows 11 …

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Windows 11’s Taskbar Won’t Be Finished Before Release

sdx15/Shutterstock.com Windows 11 looks pretty slick, but its beauty is sometimes only skin deep. Take the new taskbar, for example: It’s missing drag-and-drop and other important features. Microsoft still appears to be working on the taskbar, but it’s going to ship with missing features. This Taskbar Wasn’t Meant for Most …

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What Is WaaSMedic Agent.exe? (& How to Fix High Disk Usage)

WaaSMedicAgent is responsible for repairing Windows Update when it breaks. Unfortunately, the Medic Agent itself can cause problems by having high RAM, high CPU, and high disk usage. Luckily, the WaaS MedicAgent can be disabled completely. What Is WaaSMedicAgent.exe? No software is perfect — things go wrong, and files break, …

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Why You Should Use Android Apps in Windows 11

It’s finally possible to run Android apps on Windows PCs. But why bother? If you’re skeptical about Android apps in Windows 11, we’ll explain why you should give it a try. Technically, Windows 11 is not the first time Android apps have been able to run on Windows. Emulators like …

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How to Hide “System Requirements Not Met” on Windows 11

Microsoft Windows 11 is notorious for being picky about your hardware. If you bypassed the normal requirements and forced it to install, you might be seeing a “System Requirements Not Met” message. Here’s how you can disable it. It is possible to disable the message with a registry hack. You …

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How to Convert a JPG to PDF on Windows 10

Screenshots and images downloaded from the web are usually saved as JPG or PNG files. Sometimes, you might need to convert these files to PDF format. Here’s how to do that in Windows 10 with the built-in Photos app. The default photo-viewer app in Windows 10 is Photos. When you …

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How to Sideload Android Apps on Windows 11

Windows 11 supports Android apps, but there’s a pretty big catch—they’re only officially available from the Amazon Appstore. The good news is you can sideload Android apps on Windows 11. We’ll walk you through the process. The bad news is sideloading apps on Windows 11 is not as straightforward as …

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