If you need to find your Windows 10 device technical specification, in this guide, we’ll show you four ways to complete this task…

On Windows 10, the ability to view the specs of the device can be useful in many scenarios. For instance, it can be handy when you want to install a new program and want to confirm the hardware meets the minimum requirements. In the case of performance problems, understanding the specs can help determine the hardware that needs an upgrade. Or if the computer isn’t working, and you have to troubleshoot the problem.

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Learn How to check your PC’s full specifications on Windows 10 @ Windows Central

If you face a situation where after you enter the password of your account and press the Enter key, Windows 10 freezes at the login screen, then this post may help you…

If Windows 10 freezes at the Sign-In or Login Screen, you may try these suggestions:

  1. Boot to Safe Mode or Advanced Startup options
  2. Check the status of Credentials Manager Service
  3. Use Reset This PC option
  4. Repair Windows via Advanced Startup Options
  5. Repair Computer using Installation Media.

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Learn what to do when “Windows 10 freezes at Login” @ The Windows Club

Learn how to add an Image Preview command to File Explorer to quickly view any image…

For anyone who often works with images in Windows, the ability to quickly preview an image without having to launch a full image editor can be a handy time-saver. Windows 7 and 8.1 offered the built-in Photo Viewer through which you could easily preview an image in File Explorer. In Windows 10, the Photo Viewer still exists but it’s no longer set up to preview files in File Explorer. How can you fix that?


Learn How @ TechRepublic

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