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How To Zip A File In Windows 10


Zipping files and folders is a very useful tool to have in your belt as it allows you to compress and shrink files and folders making them far easier to upload to the cloud, or move onto a hard drive. Zipping files makes them much smaller and easier to manage, …

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How to Watch The Walking Dead Free Online or on TV

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The Walking Dead returns to the UK tonight for the second part of season 9. Here’s how you can watch The Walking Dead completely free online or on TV. The series is broadcast a day earlier in the US than it is here in the UK, so while the first …

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How To Speed Up Your PC


Over time your PC builds up an array of redundant programs, files and data within its storage. With the tools we’re about to recommend we’re going to show you how to remove these issues that can slow down the performance of your PC. We’re also going to recommend some tools …

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How to Back up Windows 10: File, System & Cloud Backups

Data is a precious commodity, and one that’s vulnerable to hardware crashes, malware attacks and even flood, fire and theft. Therefore, a regular backup routine is an essential way to protect against losing those irreplaceable photos, documents and other digital files. Windows 10 offers plenty of options to achieve this, …

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How to Connect Bluetooth Headphones to PC

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You’re probably used to pair your wireless headphones to a smartphone, but you can also connect Bluetooth headphones with a PC. Here’s how it’s done in a few simple steps. For this tutorial we’re using Windows 10. We’re being general when it comes to the headphones since there are so …

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How To Change The Fan Speed in Windows 10


We’re going to show you how to control your fan speed in Windows 10. There are a couple of ways you can do this and a lot will depend on your exact set-up, but the most consistent way to do this is to head into your computer’s BIOS. If you’re …

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