Author: EXE Files Team

Rotate Screen on Windows

Here is how you can Rotate the Screen on your Windows Machine Windows is a robust operating system, designed to maximize your productivity, and comes with tons of features and tricks that you can use to tweak the OS to your desired needs. A lot of people now use a Windows laptop as their primary… Read more »

Manually Install Windows Subsystem for Linux on Windows 10

Here is how you can manually Install Windows Subsystem for Linux on Windows 10 Two years ago, Microsoft announced some significant new additions to Windows, including a real Linux kernel. Called the¬†Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), it is a compatibility layer for running Linux binary executables natively on a compatible version of Windows. Currently, there… Read more »

Install Windows Subsystem for Linux From Command Line

How-To Install Windows Subsystem for Linux on Windows 10 Insider or Windows 11 Two years ago, Microsoft announced some significant new additions to Windows, including a real Linux kernel. Called the¬†Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), it is a compatibility layer for running Linux binary executables natively on a compatible version of Windows. Right now, there… Read more »

Turn On Safe Search in Windows

Here is how you can Configure Safe Search and Other Search Settings in Windows Gone are the days when you had to sift through files and folders to find something that you are looking for, or browse through different web directories to find the web page that contains the content you desire. Now, given the… Read more »

Quit an Unresponsive Application

Here is how you can Quit an Unresponsive or Stuck Application on Windows We have all been there. Stuck with an unresponsive application, waiting for it to start responding again. Even if you have the most powerful PC in the world, you would still experience the occasional hiccups when an app would just refuse to… Read more »

Install Chrome OS on Windows

Here is how you can install Chrome OS on Windows Chrome OS is a lightweight, browser-focused operating system designed by Google, inspired by its industry-leading Chrome browser. It is made for Chromebooks, which are usually budget laptops with less processing power required since they don’t have to run a full-fledged operating system. Google pitches Chromebooks… Read more »

Enable TPM in BIOS

Here is how you can enable Trusted Platform Module from BIOS In the past few months, the PC world has started to pay more and more attention to one specific module in a computer – the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) chip. All this attention is thanks to the announcement by Microsoft that the upcoming version… Read more »