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Default and Third-Party Apps to Edit the Windows HOSTS File

Windows 10 came out not a month ago, and as some expected, speculated, or cunningly hoped, things aren’t going quite as planned, at least for the end user. As Microsoft continues to gather data from W... read more

How to Block Unwanted Ads in All Applications and Speed Up Web Browsing with the Hosts File

Speeds up your Internet use since the local hosts file by default is checked first, before DNS is used. Not just for browsers, but works for custom apps like iTunes ... root/administrative access to c... read more

Microsoft is forcing Edge and Bing on Windows 10 S users

Windows ... third-party browser installs from the Windows Store. Unfortunately, there is a big catch -- you cannot change the default. In other words, Edge will remain the only browser that can be set ... read more

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The Ultimate Guide to Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts

If you want to give the impression that you’ve been using Windows 10 for years, learning a few keyboard shortcuts is the best way to go about it—you can navigate around the interface, get apps in posi... read more

Blocking Ads in Microsoft Edge via the HOSTS file

The HOSTS file is responsible for this task, and can be used to block websites and domains you consider dangerous or don’t want any other user on your computer to be able to access. Tip: Discover the ... read more

Even if you hate the idea, Windows users should want Windows 10 S to succeed

I'd argue, however, that Windows users should want Windows ... dozen apps using a half-dozen different updaters, there's just one updater—the Store updater. Many times over the years we've heard Windo... read more

Windows to the Web: 10 of the best web browsers for Android

You have a private-browsing tab that is easily activated, though Do Not Track is off by default. And you also have to delve ... or the broader ‘share picker’ function to send it to any third-party app ... read more

Microsoft's new Windows 10 S forces you to use Edge and Bing

Microsoft has confirmed that its new Windows 10 S operating system will not allow you to change the default browser or search engine ... arbitrarily forcing you to use Edge and Bing. The company sugge... read more

Run Windows Apps Seamlessly Inside Linux

However, with some free tools and a Windows installation disk, you can have Windows apps running right on your Linux desktop and sharing the same desktop files ... or by holding down the "Host" key (R... read more

How to Play DVDs for Free in Windows 10

It won't play backups of DVDs (i.e., VOB files), nor play Blu-ray discs. If you're looking for more functionality, you have to use another program. There are a slew of third-party applications ... and ... read more

6 Ways to Totally Avoid Metro and Use Only Desktop Mode in Windows 8

Advertisement Editor's Note: It almost goes without saying, but if you want to run a dedicated Metro app like Bing ... steps 4 and 5 for Windows Media Player to associate music and video files with th... read more

Load Testing Your Application Using JMeter, Docker, and Amazon Web Services

Your app is going to be a success with ... You can leave the name as it is, I personally never change it. I just change the name of the .jmx file, which is the extension for JMeter scripts. By default ... read more

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