Mauro Huculak is technical writer for WindowsCentral.com. His primary focus is to write comprehensive how-tos to help users get the most out of Windows 10 and its many related technologies. He has an IT background with professional certifications from Microsoft, Cisco, and CompTIA, and he's a recognized member of the Microsoft MVP community.
Resources control On Windows 11, if an app stops responding, or the computer seems slow, these instructions will teach how to use the Task Manager to kill the process causing a lot of the system resources.
Boot media Here are two ways to create a USB flash media to install Windows 11 on computers using UEFI with TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot enabled with the Media Creation Tool and Rufus.
The fix On Windows 11, if you're experiencing screen flickering, it's either an incompatible app or an issue with the display driver, which you can fix with these instructions.
Tick tick tick On Windows 11, it's now possible to show seconds in the system clock, and in this guide, I'll show you the steps to enable or disable the feature.
Default On Windows 11, you can set any app as the default for a specific file type or link, and in this guide, you will learn how including the steps to reset the settings to the original configuration.
Another drop The Windows 11 Moment 3 update is rolling out now, and these are the top new features you should be checking out after the installation.
DotNet On Windows 101, you can check the version of .NET through File Explorer and Registry or PowerShell and Command Prompt. Here’s how.
Breaking it down Windows 11 build 23466 brings Taskbar labels for apps, a new File Explorer, another Backup application, a new Dev Drive feature, a Wi-Fi password viewer, and more.
Dot Bat On Windows 11, you can create basic and advanced batch files to run commands and automate tasks, and in this guide, I'll show you how.
MMC On Windows 11, you can create a User-Specific Local Group Policy (LGPO) snap-in to apply Local Group Policy settings to one or some users and not to everyone, and in this guide, I'll show you how.
Display This guide will walk you through the steps to find and install the correct color profile for your monitor using the Color Management tool on Windows 10.
GPU If you have to know your graphics card make, model, and other info, in this guide, I'll show you five methods on Windows 11.
Restriction On Windows 11, you can use the Group Policy Editor and Local Security Policy settings to prevent users from launching specific apps, and in this guide, I'll show you how.
Fixer On Windows 11, you can clear the thumbnail database cache to resolve problems showing previews on File Explorer, and in this guide, I'll show you how.
Restriction On Windows 11, you can restrict access to the Registry in at least two ways using the Group Policy Editor and, ironically, with the Registry Editor, and here's how.
Run it faster On Windows 11, you can set up batch files to run elevated, but you will need to use a shortcut. In this guide, I'll show you how.
Networking Are you having problems loading a website or pinging an online service by its domain name? You probably need to flush the DNS cache, and here's how.
Keys On Windows 11, if you have to modify the Registry, you can back up each key individually without having to create a backup of the entire database or system, and here's how.
Skip If you don't like having a Microsoft account on Windows 11, here's how to get around the problem.
Apps This guide will show you the steps to get started with Android apps on Windows 11, including setting up the platform, installing and launching apps, and removing the Windows Subsystem for Android.
Scripts On Windows 10 (or 11), you can use these to create and successfully run your first PowerShell script file.
The Fix On Windows 10, you can use the DiskPart commands to clean and properly format a hard drive to fix data corruption and other issues to make the storage usable again.
System fix When there's a missing or corrupted file on Windows 10, you can fix the problem using the DISM and SFC command tools, and here's how.
Protocol On Windows 11, you can disable the IPv6 protocol in at least three ways from Control Panel, PowerShell, and Command Prompt, and in this guide, you will learn how.
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