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  1. there are lot of software available on internet. Everyone said that they are I'm little confused here about which one I should choose to clean up junk files. So, can anyone suggest or share their experience which software or tool is best fit? Thanks in Advance
  2. Hello, our office has (4) computers all running on Windows 7. My owner wants to upgrade these (4) to Windows 10 Pro. Yes, they all ignored the free update and are now past any end of life software support. What specific sofware do I need to purchase from Microsoft? I see many Windows 10 options listed out there and I don't want to purchase unnecessary software. Your professional advice is needed. Best Regards Tommyboy
  3. Microsoft release news that April/Spring creators update will begin rollout on Monday 30th April.
  4. I share my iPhones Internet connection as a wireless network. Recently, I started experiencing difficulty connecting to my mobile hotspot, with a generic error displayed 'cannot connect to this network. I tried a few things such as: Restarting my phone. Change the password. Restarted Windows. Interestingly, my Lumia 625 mobile hotspot connection worked just fine. So, isolated the problem and the mobile hotspot worked on my Surface Pro. The next thing I tried, turned out to be solution, delete and add the wireless connection again. To do that, click Start > Settings > Network & Internet > Wi-Fi > Manage Wi-Fi Settings. Select your wireless network, then click Forget. Click View Available Network icon in the Notification Area, then connect again. You will be prompted to enter your password.