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If, you're struggling to update your

device to Windows 10, or discovered

you have a lot less storage for your

files, or you need to restore your entire

machine, we've come up with a list of

15 tips and tricks to help you navigate

your way through Microsoft's newest

operating system.

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Use the Media Creation Tool. Don't rely on GWX: visit

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10, click

Download tool now, save the tool and run it on the PC you want to upgrade. If

this didn't work for you back when Windows 10 launched, try it again now - the

tool has been improved.

Open Control Panel, run Windows Update and ensure that the PC is fully up

to date. If updates fail, run the Windows Update Troubleshooter (see below,

number 3)

Make sure that hardware Disable Execution Prevention (DEP) is switched on in the

BIOS, referring to your motherboard manual for help if you need it. If you still have

problems, use the Start Menu to search for 'performance', run Adjust the appearance

and performance of Windows, click the Data Execution Prevention tab and turn DEP

on for all programs and services, then reboot and try again.

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Windows 10 got a significant update (the Windows 10 Fall update) in

November, but many computers have failed to install it automatically. From the

Start Menu, type 'winver' and hit Enter. The latest build number is 10586.XX:

if you're still on 10240 you've missed out.

You can try troubleshooting Windows Update, but in our experience,

it's best to use the Media Creation Tool. Download it and use it to

upgrade the PC. Note that you'll see a 'Ready to install' screen that,

worryingly, doesn't mention anything about an update: this is correct,

just check that the installer is about to install the correct Windows 10

version (Home or Pro) and that it's set to keep personal file and apps,

then click Install - your data, apps and (almost) all of your settings will

remain untouched.

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When you upgraded, your old version of Windows didn’t

just disappear into thin air. Oh no, it’s still there in the back

of your system going by the name of ‘windows.old’ and

taking up disk space.

To delete it forever, hit the Windows Start button and start

typing “cleanup” to automatically search your system. A

‘Disk Cleanup’ app should appear before your eyes in the

search criteria field.

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Many people have reported issues with Windows Update in

Windows 10. Check first that you've upgraded to the Windows 10

Fall update (see above, number 2). If you're still getting problems,

download and run the Windows Update Troubleshooter, then

reboot and try to update again.

If the problems remain, you might need to get a bit more stuck

in. First, check that System Restore is configured (see below,

number 7) and create a restore point. With this done, use

Win+x and select Command Prompt (Admin), then type 'net

stop wuauserv' (without the quotes) and hit Enter, followed by

'net stop bits' and Enter. You should see confirmations that

each service was either stopped or wasn't running. Next, open

Explorer, navigate to C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution, and

delete its contents including any sub-folders. Now reboot, open

Windows Update and click Check for updates.

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You set up previous Windows releases so that they wouldn't install updates

automatically - one forced reboot is one too many. To be fair to Microsoft,

Windows 10 handles post-update reboots much more elegantly, but we'd still

rather be in control from the outset.

The Group Policy Editor isn't available on Windows 10 Home, but

we'd recommend you at least open Windows Update, click Advanced

options and select Notify to schedule restart from the Choose how

updates are installed list. While you're here, all Windows 10 users

might want to click Choose how updates are delivered, and ensure

that Updates from more than one place is either off, or set to PCs on

my local network.

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Another inexplicable choice in Windows 10 is that System Restore isn't enabled by

default; we wouldn't hesitate to turn it on. Search for 'Create a restore point' in the

Start Menu and select it in the results, then highlight the system drive, click the

Configure button and select Turn on system protection. Use the slider to set an

appropriate amount of maximum disk space - about 5GB ought to be enough. Note

that, annoyingly, the upgrade to Windows 10 version 10586 turns this off again - you'll

need to turn it back on.

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Windows 10 shipped without an app to play DVDs on. Which is not great

if you like to watch movies on your PC.

Luckily, Microsoft has released an app as a download. Trouble is it costs

£11.59. It also has garnered an overall rating of just two stars.

Alternatively, you can download VLC, which is free and works just as

well if not better.

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Windows 10 often uses your internet bandwidth invisibly in the background

which can play havoc with your data allowance if you’re using a portable

hotspot.

To stop Windows 10 devouring your cellular data allowance in the

background:

Go to Settings, then Network & Internet.

Select Wi-Fi and then Advanced Options.

Click “Set as metered connection” to on, and

Windows will stop fetching non-essential data in the

background, such as app updates and Start screen

tile updates.

Oddly, this tip doesn’t work if your PC connects to

the internet via Ethernet.

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If you used Microsoft Edge, you may find that pop-up ads will get in the way of the websites

you actually want to visit. You can disable pop-ups by clicking on the icon with three dots on the

right-hand side of the address bar and then clicking on "Settings", then "View advanced

settings". Under "Block pop-ups" make sure this is setto "On".

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