Windows 11 Can Now Download New Desktop Wallpapers Every Day

Windows 10 and Windows 11 both have the option to use ‘Windows Spotlight’ wallpapers on the lock screen, which are refreshed each day. Now Windows 11 is bringing Spotlight to the desktop, too. Microsoft started rolling out a new update for Windows 11 earlier this week, which includes the ability …

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How to Turn Off Touch Keyboard Autocorrect on Windows 11

Tired of having Windows 11 autocorrect words while you type using the on-screen Touch Keyboard? In can be frustrating, especially if you know they’re actually correct. Luckily, it’s easy to disable autocorrect in Settings. Here’s how. First, open Windows Settings. To do so quickly, press Windows+i on your keyboard. You …

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How to Automatically Back up Windows Folders to OneDrive

Microsoft OneDrive can back up your computer’s Desktop, Documents, and Pictures folders automatically for you. Here’s how to back up your other Windows folders—including Downloads, Music, and Videos—to OneDrive as well. OneDrive has a feature called “Folder Protection.” This feature allows you to back up the contents of your Desktop, …

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How to Use Apple Notes on Windows or Android

Apple Notes syncs between devices for anyone with an Apple ID, which is required to use devices like the iPhone, iPad, and Mac computers. Unfortunately, there’s no native app for Windows or Android users, but the web version can make a suitable substitute. Turn on Apple Notes iCloud Sync If …

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How the “Reset This PC” Feature Works on Windows 11

Microsoft Reinstalling Windows is never fun, but it is occasionally necessary. Windows 11 makes this process substantially easier with the “Reset This PC” feature, which was first introduced in Windows 8. When Should You Use “Reset This PC”? Software breaks and bugs happen. Sometimes it isn’t a big deal — …

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The Fix for Slow AMD Processors on Windows 11 Is Here

Eshma/Shutterstock.com Microsoft has released Windows version KB5006746 with the fix for AMD processors on Windows 11. If you’ve been dealing with the L3 caching issue on your PC, you’re going to want to install this optional update. This update is considered a C update, which means Microsoft won’t install it on your …

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How to View a List of Symbolic Links on Windows 11

Microsoft Symbolic Links (Symlinks) are essentially shortcuts to another file or folder. If you are using a lot of symbolic links, you may want to quickly render a complete list of them for reference. Here’s how. What Are Symbolic Links? Symbolic links are reference points for other files and folders. …

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How to Wipe a Drive on Windows 10 or Windows 11

Daniel Krason/Shutterstock.com Windows has built-in tools that will let you write zeros to a drive, securely erasing its contents. This ensures deleted files on the drive can’t be recovered. Whether you want to wipe an internal drive or an external USB drive, here’s how to do it. What You Need …

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Windows 11 Embraces Touch With 5 New Gestures

The Windows 11 life cycle is in full swing, and Microsoft just announced Insider Preview Build 22557. This build comes with some significant improvements to touch, including five new gestures you can use to navigate the OS. In total, Microsoft is adding five new touch gestures that make performing several actions …

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