Windows 10 is a fast and efficient operating system that’s designed to enhance user productivity. The most-used desktop operating system offers a multitude of features that help the users juggle between applications seamlessly and multi-task with minimum efforts.
If you’re an iPhone 6 Plus owner, you may have come across the iPhone 6 Plus touchscreen problem. The touchscreen problem aka the “Touch Disease” occurs after one too many drops of the phone, resulting in an unresponsive touchscreen with a grey line visible at the top of the display.
A handful of studies on the lifespan of hard drives might give you some clearer indication, but they still aren’t very helpful. Many of the hard drives tested do not fail at all. These drives are also kept in controlled environments and don’t undergo the same conditions as, say, your laptop drive.
Windows has hundreds of built-in tools and functions that make everyday tasks easier. However, most of these tools are hard to find and use effectively. In fact it is quite common for users to opt for third-party apps when in fact there are plenty of good apps that are hiding inside their Windows OS.
Where do you draw the line on personal privacy? The right options are different for everyone. In this guide, I show you which privacy settings help you create the right balance of privacy and convenience in Windows 10.