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So you've come across this blog during your travels on the net, and probably thinking "Not another Windows 10 blog!" Well, you're absolutely correct, this Is not just another blog with the usual tips and tweaks that have been plagiarized from various online resources.

Every article and tutorial you read, Is the work of one person (myself) based on over two decades of experience In the computational sector, spanning from the good old 16-bit Windows 3.1 operating system back In the early 90s, to where It stands today, obviously at Windows 10.

A lot has changed over the years and will Inevitably continue to do so, and that's one reason why I decided to create "Windows10Tips.com"- to delve Into every facet of the operating system I can think of, and share my knowledge with you In a clear and easy to understand manner.

What separates this blog from the rest, Is the fact that each and every tutorial Is short, simple, supported with It's respective Images and straight to the point, yet very effective In fulfilling every reader's questions and concerns.

As you can see whilst reading this article, the font size Is quite huge and with good reason. Isn't It great not having to struggle to read small text from one paragraph to the next? I thought as much. My Intention Is to make your experience as pleasant as possible, hence the huge font, clearly defined massive Images and jargon-free guides. Oh, and did I mention that you will never see a single (annoying) advertisement?

So that's about It, there's not much more I can say other than I have very little doubt that you'll enjoy your time on this blog, just as I do In creating every tutorial. If you have any questions or would like to see a guide posted on a particular topic, please use the Contact form and I'll endeavor to reply within a 24-hour window.

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I have personally written and Illustrated every guide without plagiarism, therefore copying my articles as though It's your own work, Is strictly prohibited. You may reference my tutorials only If you credit It's source- namely windows10tips.com

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