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How to delete the Windows.old folder from Windows 10

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Did you upgrade your PC to Windows 10? If so, ever wonder what happened to the previous version of the OS? It probably disappeared into the mists of Windows past, right? Wrong. Your old OS didn’t get erased; rather, it’s lingering in a system folder called Windows.old. And depending on the size of that version, it …

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Install Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic on Windows 10 via Virtual Box

Hi guys, Today I am going to show you how to install ubuntu on windows 10 via Virtual Box. Ubuntu stylized as ubuntu) is a free and open source operating system and Linux distribution based on Debian. Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Bionic is offered in three official editions: Ubuntu Desktop for personal computers, Ubuntu Server for servers and the cloud, and Ubuntu Core for an Internet of things devices and robots. New releases of Ubuntu occur …

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5 Best Game Recording Software For Windows 2018

While consoles might be on the rise, a large number of gamers still rely on PCs for their gaming needs. There are all sorts of games available for you to try out, ranging from sports to FPS to strategy and what not! But the fun is double when you can share your gameplay with your …

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How to Install XAMPP for Windows 10

How to install XAMPP for windows

Hello! Today we are going to know how you can install XAMPP on our Windows PC. XAMPP is a free open source software that provides an easy way for web designers and developers to install the necessary components to run PHP based software like WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, and others on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. XAMPP …

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How to install Chromium Web Browser in Windows 10

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Introduction to Chromium Chromium is a free and open source web browser which was started by Google and is maintained by developers from Google and the Chromium community. It is a community built web browser which is then built into Chrome with non free addons by Google. It uses Blink, V8 Engines. The Chromium Project …

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