Microsoft stopped allowing people to upgrade to Windows 10 for free the regular way, and so you either have to purchase Windows 10 from Microsoft and online web stores such as Amazon or you can try the method in this video to get Windows 10. In the video, I reveal how you can upgrade your Windows 10 from Windows 8.1 for free. I’m not sure you can do this with Windows 8 or 7, but you can give it a try. I know for sure this method will work with Windows 8.1 though. Anyhow, check out how to upgrade to Windows 10 for free in the video right after the break. Enjoy!
As of today’s date, May 3rd of 2016, Shadowplay is not yet able to capture gameplay for games in Windows 10 Store in fullscreen mode. There is a trick to work around this problem, and I’m going to show you how to do just this in the video. Enjoy!
Was trying to purchase a game on Windows 10 App Store, and the “Something went wrong” error happily greeted me. Luckily there is a fix for this. Check the video right after the break for the fix. Enjoy!
In the video right after the break, I go into what you can do right after installing or upgrading to Windows 10. Enjoy!!!
I got Windows 8.1, and I need to upgrade to Windows 10 today since it’s just out today. Nonetheless, I had not reserved Windows 10 through Windows 10 reserved app icon, so how am I going to upgrade to Windows 10? My situation isn’t unique in relation to upgrade to Windows 10, but there are other situations that also prevent Windows 7 and 8 owners to have Windows 10 upgrade today! Of course, in due time Microsoft eventually rolls out Windows 10 to most Windows 7 and 8 owners. Still, if you are impatient and want to upgrade to Windows 10 right away, you can watch my tutorial right after the break in which I show you how to upgrade to Windows 10 manually. Enjoy!!!
My brand new 5 Terabytes 3.0 USB Seagate Expansion Desktop external hard drive was transferring data at 15MB/s, and this is super super slow for 3.0 USB external hard drive. At first, I thought the hard drive was bad even though it is new. After tinkering with the hard drive and Windows, I finally found the solution to the problem. It was a Windows’ hard drive policy that prevented this drive from transferring data at the correct speed. After fixing up the problem, this drive is now transferring at 150 – 200 MB/s data speed. In the video right after the break, I show you how to speed up your slow external hard drive. Enjoy!!!