Category Archives: Windows Tips

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 »

Color Your (Windows 10) World

    Color Your (Windows 10) World During the course of a typical week, we work on some Windows 7 computers, a rare Windows 8.1 computer, and a lot of Windows 10 computers. And we’ve noticed that very few people use a feature in Windows 10 that makes it easy to add color to the… Read More »

It’s a Great Time to Download and Save a Copy of Windows 10 Version 1809

    It’s a Great Time to Download and Save a Copy of Windows 10 Version 1809 Microsoft will be releasing Windows 10 version 1903 sometime in late May. So right now is a great time to download and stash a copy of the now-well-tested and pretty well debugged Windows 10 Version 1809. If you… Read More »