Windows Defender is a free Antivirus which comes bundled with your Windows 8 and 10. Based on my experience, I would say its a good Antivirus & Antimalware program but no thanks, I’m more of a Norton guy. If you really need to disable Windows Defender (for whatever reason) then this quick guide is just what you Read more…


Its quite normal for your Windows 10 PC to slow down after several app installs. Lagging could also be as a result of driver, registry or malware issues. Although we’d dropped a very helpful guide on how to fix a slow PC, resetting is sometimes the easiest fix but the fear of losing important files deters many. Read more…


Windows 10 could be a data hog if not configured to save but the awesome part is that its pretty easy to control your data usage on Windows 10.  If you’ve lost a chunk of your data to Windows updates then I’m pretty certain you wish to disable this feature. In this brief guide, I’ll be teaching Read more…


I’ve heard a good number of people say they don’t like Windows 8 or 10 because they end up having to spend much more on data due to frequent updates. What these people might not know is that Windows 8 and 10 come with a really useful feature for data (bandwidth) saving. This guide will teach you Read more…


In the previous guide on how to install Windows 10, I described two methods you could use depending on which installation media you have; CD or Flash drive. One common issue you could encounter after upgrading to Windows 10 is driver related issues. I for example initially had problems with Bluetooth, Touchpad, Graphics and Sound. In this brief guide, Read more…


A laptop / desktop PC consuming data (bandwidth) heavily could be a nightmare not only when you are on a limited data plan but also when your transfer speed is capped. In most cases, background processes auto-updating, downloading or uploading without your knowledge are to blame for your data plan getting exhausted rather quickly. In my previous Read more…