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Windows 10 Tutorials

How to disable(permanently) Windows Defender in Windows 10

How to Turn On or Off Windows Defender in Windows 10   Information Windows Defender helps protect your PC against malware (malicious software) like viruses, spyware, and other potentially unwanted software. Malware can infect your PC without your knowledge: it might install itself from an email message, when you connect to the Internet, or when … Continue reading

Win 10 PRO Retail & Volume License Edition With a Digital Entitlement Activation

    Remember:Digital Entitlement Activation only works for following Editions of Windows 10: Windows 10 Pro Windows 10 Pro VL Download Link latest Win 10 Pro  Update Via MS Official Link Multilanguages –> Microsoft ISO Downloader Pro 2016 Note:Select Win 10 from download menu this would be Pro+Home(Core) Edition during installation skip the key and … Continue reading

How to Upgrade Windows 10

Upgrading from Windows 10 Home-Single Language Edition to Pro Edition & From Both Edition To Enterprise or Education #Note: You do not need to activate previous Edition to order to upgrade.#   Step by Step Instruction: 1.Go to location Start Menu —> Setting —> Update & Security —> Activation   2. Click Change Product key … Continue reading

How to Disable Cortana in Windows 10’s Anniversary Update

Microsoft doesn’t want you to disable Cortana. You used to be able to turn Cortana off in Windows 10, but Microsoft removed that easy toggle switch in the Anniversary Update. But you can still disable Cortana via a registry hack or group policy setting. This transforms the Cortana box into a “Search Windows” tool for local … Continue reading

How to reset your Windows 10 password

How to reset your Windows 10 password You are asked to enter an account password on most Windows 10 machines before you get access to the operating system. Windows 10 users may choose a variety of authentication options: from traditional passwords to a Pin or biometric authentication options called Windows Hello. Most Windows 10 users … Continue reading