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How to Troubleshoot Your Microphone in Windows 10

Having trouble with your sound input in Windows is extremely frustrating, especially if you frequently join video calls. Thankfully, computer microphone problems usually come down to a few common causes.

Let's look at how to figure out what's wrong with your microphone in Windows 10 and get it working again.

A Look at the Revised Version of Microsoft Edge

When Windows 10 launched in 2015, Microsoft included a new browser called Microsoft Edge with it. And while it was better than the outdated Internet Explorer, Edge failed to garner much hype.

Now, in 2020, Microsoft has revamped Microsoft Edge into an all-new browser that has the same core as Google's Chrome.

Don’t Fall For Tech Support Refund Scams!

Scammers are always coming up with new ways to take money from innocent people. And while the tech support scams that we've examined before are still common, you should be aware of a similar scheme that takes a different path.

These scams are typically known as refund scams.

What You Should Know About Zoom Security

With much of the world's workforce suddenly working remotely in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the video chat app Zoom quickly rose to great popularity. Chances are that you've used it at least once, but is it safe?

Let's take a look at the privacy and security issues Zoom has had, how to secure your chats, and some alternatives if you don't feel comfortable using it.

How to Change Your Mouse Cursor in Windows 10

Windows has used the familiar white mouse cursor by default for decades. And while there's nothing wrong with this, have you ever wished you could change your mouse cursor? Maybe you could work more efficiently with something that's easier to see, or perhaps you want to customize the cursor just for something new.

How to Factory Reset a Windows 10 Computer

Sometimes, the nuclear option of a full factory reset is the only way to solve certain issues with your computer. While it's not convenient, knowing how to perform a factory reset is important.

Whether you need to resolve a problem or just want a fresh start, here are a few ways to perform a factory reset in Windows 10.
1. Perform a Factory Reset Through Settings
In the old days of Windows, factory resetting required you to have a backup disk or walk through the entire Windows install process from scratch.