Vegas Pro 17 system requirements

July 12, 2020 Tim Howard

To understand whether your computer can run Vegas Pro 17, please check the minimum (and recommended) system requirements below. Minimum system requirements for Vegas Pro 17: OS: Windows 10 64-bit CPU: Intel Core i5-6100 2.5GHz quad-core…

Windows 10: How to show calendar and weather gadgets on your desktop

January 10, 2020 Tim Howard

This article shows you how to show some helpful gadgets (or widgets) like calendar, clock, weather, news… on your desktop screen. Windows 10 doesn’t have built-in features for this stuff. In order to reach our goal,…

Show This PC/ My Computer on the desktop in Windows 10

May 11, 2019 Tim Howard

This article teaches you how to show the “This PC” or “My Computer” icon on the desktop in Windows 10. 1. Right-click somewhere on your desktop screen and select “Personalize”. 2. Select “Themes” from the left-hand…

How to easily update NVIDIA drivers in Windows 10

February 21, 2019 Tim Howard

You don’t have to visit NVIDIA website, download and update drivers manually. This article teaches you how to easily update NVIDIA drivers in Windows 10.

How to disable Touchpad on a Windows 10 Asus laptop

February 21, 2019 Tim Howard

n order to disable your Aus touchpad in 2019, just follow the simple steps below. Right click on “ASUS touchpad” and select “Disable device” from the menu.

How to see detail laptop specifications in Windows 10

February 3, 2019 Tim Howard

This articles teaches you how to find your detail laptop specifications in Windows 10 with a few easy steps. Press “Win” + “R” to open Run dialog, then enter “dxdiag” into the box and click on the “OK” button.

How to increase the size of text in Windows 10?

February 1, 2019 Tim Howard

This guide teaches you how to increase the size of text, apps, and other items on your Windows 10 computer.

How to automatically free up disk space in Windows 10?

February 1, 2019 Tim Howard

This article teaches you how to automatically free up your disk space on your Windows 10 laptop. Your system will get rid of files you don’t need, like temporary files and content in recycle bin.