Windows 10 can be very persistent in asking you to create a PIN “for your convenience”, but what if you don’t want to remember a PIN? What if you are happy with a password-based sign-in? Windows 10 won’t quit nagging you about the digits and there is no obvious way to prevent it from throwing this cumbersome sign-in roadblock your way. Here is what you can do to disable the Create a PIN prompt during sign-in when running Windows 10 Professional.
Have you lost your Windows 10 Product Key? Here is how you can get it back with just a few easy steps. Anyone can do this. Better still: you can even retrieve the serial numbers you lost track of. Here is how to do it.
Perhaps the best way of ensuring that Windows 10 can revert to operating smoothly even when disaster strikes (such as a failed update) involves creating restore points in advance. Relax, it’s painless and easy.
Repairing Windows does feel nerve-wrecking at times: stakes are high and so much is hanging in the balance (your Windows installation, your data, your precious time).
The apparent simplicity of the Windows 10 interface completely belies the power hidden underneath its understated elegance. You can frequently, even though not always predictably, recover the seemingly unrecoverable.
Here is a quick guide on how you can restore a Windows system to a bootable state as quickly as possible, and get back to whatever you were doing before all hell broke loose.
Should your PC run into trouble, here is how to find Windows 10 crash logs on your PC. It is quick and easy if you know where to start.