We often use Ctrl + Plus (+) keys to zoom in a web page if font size is too small to be readable. We also know Windows OS provides the similar function to let user change zoom rate. But we believe there are fewer people use it in a Non-Web browser to change zoom rate. The main reason could be: we do not know hot keys, we can not simply use Ctrl + Plus (+) keys or Ctrl + Minus (-) keys to change zoom rate like in web pages.
Sometimes we forget our home WiFi password. We can find it back from our computer as long as it has already connected to your home network.
After you upgrade Windows system, like upgrading to Windows 10, the old Windows system files are still existing on your computer and occupy the hard drive space around 25 GB or more (Windows 8.1 size).
We all have different Windows 10 disk space sizes due to our installed different programs. If we want to reduce the occupied disk space, we also have different ways such as cleaning disk, uninstalling features and programs.
Since we installed Windows 7 on our old Dell Studio 1535 laptop, like other Windows users, we also got the Windows 10 upgrading reminder all the time in this year. Recently we realized the free upgrading will be end after July 29, 2016, so we finally accept the Windows 10 upgrading.
All existing Windows users still have chance to upgrade old Windows systems to Windows 10 now, but please know we only have around 1 month time left. The free upgrading offer will end on July 29 2016.
We know in earlier editions of Windows 10, Canadian could not use Cortana by default since Cortana did not support Canadian English language. About in November of 2015, Microsoft released newer Windows 10 updating edition, which started to support Canada English in Cortana.
However, there are still many Windows 10 users do not know how to enable Cortana module on Windows 10, Because Windows 10 still does not give users a clear and friendly user interface. When we set Cortana, we might always get confusing.
There are different cases we get the Error code 0xc0000001, which normally are related hard disk errors. But, this kinds of disk error could be fixed using some solutions unless you get very critical error.
We got a failure which was from our laptop booting once time with the error code 0xc0000001, after multiple tries which the Windows system prompted. We finally resolved the issue WITHOUT format our computer or re-install Windows system. The following is our handling process. It could be one of your information if you get the same issue with same error code.
Some Windows users got a network issue after upgrading Windows 8.1 or 7 to Windows 10: They could not access to internet. The network icon showed limited connection and a message “No Internet access”;
By now, I found the most cases were:
1: Network driver issue in Windows 10, with ONLY wireless network issue;
2: If you installed Hyper-V or other type Virtual Machines on existed Windows 8.1 pro system, you have more chance to get the No-Internet issue;
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I had registered to Windows Insider Program and installed a Windows 10 Preview edition. In July 29, 2015 I thought I could update to Windows 10 RTM from existing Windows 10 preview version but actually I got failed at that day, so I ignored the updating until yesterday.
This time I got updating successfully with normal Windows Update processing. I read information from other internet articles, seems they mentioned a Microsoft account must be used if update Windows 10 preview to Windows 10 RTM, but actually I did not, I only login to my Windows 10 local account and got the updating package downloading and installed successfully.