In Windows 10, it may happen at some point, that you can’t set the default browser correctly (Chrome, Firefox, etc). Here is one possible solution to get your system to remember your default browser choice, if you are having this problem.
After upgrading to Windows 10, you may be missing the “Hibernate” option in the power button of your Windows 10 Start Menu. These simple steps will show you how to add the “Hibernate” option back to your Windows 10 Start Menu power button.
In Windows 10, there seems to be a known Windows Start Menu issue, where the Windows 10 Start Menu just stops working. Here is a possible solution to this Windows 10 Start Menu problem.
A small issue may come up, that while typing in Windows, an accented letter E (“é”) incorrectly appears when you press the forward slash key (“/”). This problem is likely caused by accidentally switching your system’s active keyboard layout or input language.
At times, laptop users may have problems adjusting laptop screen brightness, where the system does not respond to the brightness changes. More specifically, the laptop screen brightness cannot be adjusted until the system is restarted or rebooted. Here are solutions that may work for some users.
Installing Windows (2000, XP, 2003, Vista, Windows 7) can be done by using a USB drive, if your laptop’s CD drive or desktop computer’s CD drive is not working. See simplified and detailed instructions here.
Home networks with Windows 7 computers may see slow file transfer speeds, specifically when Windows Vista is involved. Here is a solution that should improve network file transfer speeds over your home router.
Windows 7 users of the ZoneAlarm firewall may have some problems completing the uninstall process for ZoneAlarm. Completely uninstall ZoneAlarm using one of the removal tools listed here.
In Windows Vista, when using “Hibernate” mode, your system may wake up or resume unexpectedly. Solve the problem of your computer waking up itself with these steps, based on the most likely causes of this issue.