How to Access UEFI (BIOS) Settings In Windows 10

    How to Access UEFI (BIOS) Settings In Windows 10 If your PC or laptop is less than 5 years old, there’s a very good chance you’ll have a UEFI rather than traditional (legacy) BIOS onboard.  UEFI is firmware that is faster and more powerful than BIOS and supports hard drives larger than 2 TB.… Read More »

Check Windows Update History Using a Command Prompt 

    Check Windows Update History Using a Command Prompt  This tip is for Windows 10 (all versions except the beta – insider’s version – of Windows 10 Version 1903) Windows updates are installed automatically and ensure that your Windows your system is up-to-date with the latest security patches, bug fixes, and hotfixes. And you… Read More »

Using Chrome’s Built-in Task Manager to Find Out What’s Slowing Down Chrome

    Using Chrome’s Built-in Task Manager to Find Out What’s Slowing Down Chrome Each open Chrome tab runs it its own sandbox to enhance Chrome’s stability. But it is hard to see how much RAM and CPU resources each open tab and installed extension is using. If you open Windows Task Manager, you will… Read More »

When It Rains It Pours

    When It Rains It Pours When it rains it pours. We’re dealing with a lot of adversity right now, not the least of which is the fact our InfoAve Premium newsletter is being blocked by Gmail. Well, actually it’s not our newsletter that’s being blocked, it’s the newsletter service we use that’s causing… Read More »