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    If Windows 10 is acting up after an update, it could be an installation problem, and not a problem with the update. In this guide, we'll show you how to uninstall and re-apply an update on your PC to fix the issue. Updates for Windows 10 are regularly pushed out to improve security and stability, and Microsoft's pushing hard to make these updates mandatory and keep every PC up to date. And while that's a nice idea in theory, sometimes something goes wrong with an update and you're stuck with issues. We've seen problems with an update breaking webcams, driver issues, apps crashing, freezing issues, and settings not migrating correctly after an upgrade — just to name a few. Sometimes it's not a problem with the update, but actually an issue that occurred during the installation process. The solution? Uninstall and reinstall that particular update. In this Windows 10 guide, we'll walk you through the steps to uninstall and re-apply an update that may be causing a problem on your ...

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    How do I enchant items in Minecraft? Late-game scenarios in Minecraft, including boss battles and Nether trips, often require you to add some pizazz to your items using an enchantment table. Here's everything you need to know about enchanting in Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta. How to craft an enchantment table Advanced enchantments How to enchant an item List of enchantments Enchanted books How to repair enchanted items How to craft an enchantment table The first thing you need to do on your road to enchantment is craft an enchanting table. You will need: Obsidian: Created when water touches lava, and can only be mined with a diamond pickaxe. You will need four blocks of obsidian. Diamond: Found only deep below the surface, mine diamond ore blocks with an iron or better pickaxe to get diamond. You will need two diamonds. Book: Craft a book using three pieces of paper and one piece of leather. Advanced enchantments Using an enchantment table on its own allows for enc...

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    Gears of War 4 is currently chainsawing up the charts on both Xbox One and Windows 10. Everything players loved about the Gears series returns in the latest entry, plus a brand new card system. This guide breaks down the new card system, including how to combine, destroy, and create the cards. The new card system Gears of War 4 has six types of cards to collect: Characters: Unique characters and character skins usable in Horde and Versus modes Weapon Skins: Unique weapon skins usable in Horde and Versus modes Emblems: Personalize your nameplate that appears on the main menu and in multiplayer lobbies. Versus Bounties: Earn bonus rewards by completing objectives in Versus mode. Horde Bounties: Earn bonus rewards by completing objectives in Horde mode. Horde Skills: Equippable skills for Horde mode. These come in varying rarity levels, from least to most rare: Blue Green Purple (Epic) Gold (Legendary) Store The primary way to get new cards in Gears of War 4 is by opening Gea...

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    How do I summon a Wither? The Boss Update for Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta gives you the ability to summon and fight a Wither, a fearsome, three-headed enemy who shoots exploding skulls at you while it flies around. Think you're up for the challenge? Here's what you need to know about summoning and defeating a Wither. Collect resources from the Nether Prepare yourself for the fight Choose your battleground Summon and fight the Wither Collect resources from the Nether The first thing you need to do is collect the resources needed to spawn the Wither — these resources include four blocks of soul sand and three Wither skeleton skulls. Prepare yourself accordingly for your trip to the Nether — many dangers lie ahead! These skeletons are a bit bigger than normal skeletons and have a darker shade to them. They don't always drop skulls, so you'll likely have to kill quite a few before collecting three. Enchanting your sword with Looting will help your chances of collecting...

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    Here's how to quickly become an Office Insider on your PC and Mobile to get early access to features and improvements — and how to opt out if things aren't working as expected. Similar to Windows 10, Office also has an Insider program that allows any Office 365 subscriber to get early access to features and improvements, which eventually will be part of the most popular suite of apps in the world. Office Insider is available on two levels: "Insider Slow" or "Insider Fast." In the Insider Slow, new versions of the suite rollout at a slower pace, at least once or twice a month, with new features without significant risks of bugs or things not working correctly. In the Insider Fast, new versions are available more frequently, but you'll find more issues, bugs, and features may not work as expected. In this level, you'll get new releases at least once or twice a week. In addition, Microsoft makes available security updates, bug fixes, and enhancements on every pre-release version o...

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    Prevent users from shutting down your PC and losing unsaved work by removing the Power options menu from the Sign-in screen on Windows 10. One of the great things about Windows 10 (and on nearly every version of the operating system) is that you always have multiple ways to access and change settings. For example, if you need to restart, sleep, or shutdown you computer, you can access the Power options menu from the Start menu. You can right-click the Start button and select one of the options from "Shut down or sign out". You can use specific commands on Run or Command Prompt, and you can even access the Power options in the Sign-in screen. While it can be convenient to access, in this case, the Power options in a number of ways, sometimes you may want to consider to hide this feature from the Sign-in screen to prevent other users from accidentally or purposely shutting down your computer, which can result in data loss. In this Windows 10 guide, we'll walk you through the steps...

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    Here are three different ways you can stop Windows 10 from asking a password every time your computer resumes from sleep. Windows 10 offers a number of features to keep your computer and data secure. One way the operating system protects your device from unauthorized access is by keeping it locked on certain events, including when waking up from sleep. Although entering a password to unlock your device after resuming from sleep can keep things more secure, if you use your computer at home, and you're the only person using it, a password prompt at wake up can simply be an inconvenient extra step (unless you have something to hide). Fortunately, Windows 10 offers at least three ways to disable the password prompt after resuming from sleep to help you quickly get to your desktop. In this Windows 10 guide, we'll walk you through the steps to stop your computer from asking you to enter a password after resuming from sleep using the Settings app, Group Policy Editor, and Command Prom...

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    Good news! If your phone is stuck at 0% downloading Windows 10 Mobile 14951, you can use this workaround to install the latest flight. Microsoft recently began the rollout of Windows 10 build 14951 to the Fast ring. The new release includes some subtle improvements and fixes, and a few features for both PC and Mobile. Although users quickly began updating their PCs to the latest version without a glitch, users running Windows 10 Mobile on their phones have been reporting getting stuck at zero percent while trying to download build 14951 on their handsets. Thankfully, there's a few workarounds. Microsoft quickly acknowledged the issue and now has already narrowed down the problem to an issue that is only affecting phones which have been previously updated to Windows 10 Mobile 14946. The company says that is currently making the necessary changes to properly publish build 14951, and the same changes will be part of future flights to prevent users hitting this issue again. In the m...

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    How do I use cheats in Minecraft? The Boss Update for Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta and Pocket Edition brought the ability to use slash commands to alter your game. Some people call these commands cheats, but others call them fun! Here's how to use slash commands in Minecraft. Note: Enabling cheats will block your ability to get Xbox Live achievements! How to enable slash commands List of available slash commands How to use slash commands How to enable slash commands Launch Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta from your Start menu, desktop, or taskbar. Click Play. Click Create New World. Click the toggle switch next to Cheats. Click Continue. Click Create. You can also change an existing game to allow slash commands. Launch Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta from your Start menu, desktop, or taskbar. Click Play. Click the edit button next to an existing world. It looks like a pencil drawing two lines. Click the toggle switch next to Cheats. Click Play. List of a...

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    Here we show you the steps to try out the new Resilient File System (ReFS) on Windows 10 to overcome the limitations of NTFS when managing large amount of data. Like on any other operating system, Windows features a file system to control how data is stored and retrieved from disk. Windows 10, similar to its predecessors, continues to use NTFS as the default file system, which is one of the most popular feature-rich file system in use today. However, even though NTFS provided us with many performance, reliability, and advanced features you can't find on other file system, NTFS has been designed years ago. Today, we face new storage challenges that NTFS just can't handle, and to overcome the limitations Microsoft created from the ground up a new file system called "ReFS" (Resilient File System). ReFS was first introduced with Windows 8, and it's now part of Windows 10. The new file system is also built on the foundation of NTFS, which means that it's compatible with the most critic...

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    If the clock and calendar integration in the taskbar isn't your thing, here's how to remove the Agenda section from the clock flyout on Windows 10. In the Anniversary Update for Windows 10, Microsoft introduced a slew of new features and improvements to refine and make the user experience a little more complete and secure. For example, in this feature update, the taskbar includes a number of tweaks, and in particular the ability to see your daily event from the clock flyout. The new feature is called Agenda, and it's a section that you can easily use on Windows 10 to check your daily schedules that you have configured in the Calendar app. Within the Agenda section, you can click an event to view all the details, or click the "+" button to create a new event in the Calendar app. However, if you use a different calendar application that doesn't take advantage of this feature, or you simply don't use a calendar, Windows 10 provides a way to remove it from the clock flyout. In this...

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    How do I make my own mob skins in Minecraft? The Boss Update for Minecraft: Windows 10 Edition Beta brings you the ability to customize mob skins! Make your chickens look like horses, your villagers looks like carrots, and your creepers look like exploding phones — here's how to do it! How to show file extensions in Windows 10 How to customize mob skins How to enable custom skins within Minecraft How to show file extensions in Windows 10 Dealing with JSON files means you need to be able to see file extensions in Windows 10. Here's how to show them! Launch File Explorer from your Start menu, desktop, or taskbar. Click View. It is located near the top of the window. Click the checkbox next to File name extensions. You'll now be able to see the extensions of files on your PC. How to customize mob skins Launch your favorite web browser from the Start menu, taskbar, or desktop. Navigate to minecraft.novaskin.me. Click Resourcepacks. Click Entities. Click an entity you wa...

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    What does the 'M' mean in a graphics card's number? Anyone who has shopped around for a gaming rig knows that the graphics card (GPU) is arguably the most important thing to consider. Without an appropriate graphics card for the games you want to play, you'll be stuck with sub-par graphics and an overall disappointing experience. Buying a gaming laptop adds a bit of intricacy to the buying process. You might have heard that an NVIDIA GTX 980 is a powerful GPU — it can even run VR — and this laptop says it has a GTX 980M within. You buy the laptop, get it home, and realize you can't play a recent game on ultra settings. What gives? Let's explore the difference between laptop (M) and desktop GPUs. The difference between laptop and desktop GPUs Consider the amount of space in a laptop PC against the amount of space in a desktop PC — there's simply way less room in a laptop, even a bulky gaming laptop. This lack of room has traditionally called for a different graphics card ...

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    When a new Windows 10 update isn't showing up, use this guide to download and install cumulative updates manually. Microsoft makes available updates for Windows 10 in the regular basis to patch any security hole and to improve the functionality of the operating system. However, even now that updates are mandatory to keep devices always up to date, sometimes updates may not appear for download on your computer for a long time. Although Windows Update is the preferred method to get updates, Microsoft also allows users to manually download new patches as they become available through the "Microsoft Update Catalog" website. While mainly a resource for IT administrators who need to test updates before pushing them to devices in their network, you can use the Update Catalog to quickly download a new update if it's not showing for you in Windows Update as an alternative option. In this Windows 10 guide, we'll walk you through the steps to find, download, and install updates manually on...

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  • 10/26/16--04:00: Battlefield 1 medic guide
  • What is the best strategy for playing as a medic? A Battlefield 1 team without medics will have a hard time winning any type of battle, but that's only part of the struggle. How many times have you watched one or a couple medics run by while you lie wounded on the ground? Why did they ignore your calls for help? Here's how to properly help your teammates as a medic and which equipment to use while doing it. Medic basics Ideal loadouts Medic basics No matter how you play as a medic, the basics remain the same: your primary role is to provide healing and revives to your teammates. Playing on a full squad with varied classes works best as you can all contribute in different ways to the overall objective — you'll also get more XP for revives and heals within your squad. Medpacks If you have them equipped, toss as many medpacks as you can; you'll never run out. Just ensure you don't block a teammate's view if they're lying prone. A new addition to Battlefield 1 is the ability ...

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    If you don't use the "Cast to Device" feature on Windows 10, then use this guide to quickly remove the option from the context menu. On Windows 10, Cast to Device (formerly known as Play To), is a feature that allows you to stream content, such as videos, music, and pictures, using Windows Media Player to another device (including your Xbox One) using DLNA or Miracast technology. File Explorer includes a "Cast to Device" option in the context menu when you right-click a compatible file, but if you rarely (or never) use this feature, you can remove it from the context menu. In this Windows 10 guide, we'll walk you through the steps to quickly remove the "Cast to Device" option from the context menu in File Explorer. How to remove 'Cast to Device' from context menu Windows 10 adds Cast to Device to the context menu using a specific shell extension, which you can block from loading using a simple tweak in the Registry, therefore removing the entry from the menu when right-clickin...

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    Should you be looking at various parts to build a PC with, or to upgraded a specific component, you may have come across a term on your travels: TDP. But what exactly is TDP and why should you even care about the value provided by a manufacturer? We break everything down for you. So, what is TDP? TDP stands for Thermal Design Power, and is used to measure the amount of heat a component is expected to output when under load. For example, a CPU may have a TDP of 90W, and therefore is expected to output 90W worth of heat when in use. It can cause for confusion when shopping around for new hardware as some may take the TDP value and design a PC build around that, taking note of the watt usage. But this isn't entirely accurate, nor is it completely wrong. Our 90W TDP CPU example doesn't mean the processor will need 90W of power from the power supply, even though thermal design power is actually measured in watts. Instead of showcasing what the component will require as raw input, manuf...

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    Where do I find field manuals in the Friends in High Places campaign? The Battlefield 1 campaign contains field manuals scattered throughout individual chapters that you must find if you want to claim a special tank skin and some achievements. Here's where to find all six field manuals hidden throughout the Friend in High Places campaign. First field manual — Fall From Grace chapter Second field manual — Fall From Grace chapter Third field manual — Fall From Grace chapter Fourth field manual — Fall From Grace chapter Fifth field manual — Fall From Grace chapter Sixth field manual — Forte et Fidele chapter First field manual — Fall From Grace chapter After you kill the smoking guard and his pal, walk down the road past the barn. Go right as soon as you're past the barn. Walk between the barn and the shed with the lamp. You will see a cart ahead of you. The field manual is located on the far side of the cart. Second field manual — Fall From Grace chapter...

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    If you share your computer with multiple people, you can use this guide to set time restrictions to their accounts using Command Prompt on Windows 10. When you share your computer running Windows 10 with other users, you can use your Microsoft account to control various aspects of a particular account, including web browsing and app restrictions, and set account sign in limits. However, the account administration is only possible if it's created as a Child account and using a Microsoft account. If you must share your device with other people using a local account, the operating system doesn't offer a way to set time restrictions to an account -- at least it doesn't make it easy. Fortunately, Windows 10 like in previous versions includes a command you can use to limit access to a local account. In this Windows 10 guide, we'll walk you through the steps to set limits to a local account when sharing a device with other people. How to set limits to a local account Use the Windows ...

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    Microsoft Edge has what it takes to be your default browser, and in this guide, we'll help you to make the switch. Microsoft Edge is the new default web browser bundled with Windows 10, and the one that finally replaces Internet Explorer. Although the new browser isn't as mature as the competition, Microsoft Edge is growing rapidly, and with the Windows 10 Anniversary Update the software is getting a lot better. In the new version, you'll find tweaks and improvements everywhere. For example, in the latest update for the operating system, Microsoft Edge includes new power-saving improvements to reduce memory usage and processor cycles making it the browser of choice for your laptop or tablet. Additionally, similar to Chrome and Firefox, Microsoft Edge now includes support for extensions to extend its functionality, which you can quickly download from the Windows Store. And let's not forget, the browser is super fast (arguably faster than Chrome) and very secure. It's the first b...

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