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You don’t have to be a power user to check your computer’s performance in Windows 10. Microsoft has provided some straightforward tools that can give you insights into how your computer is doing as well as the likely source of any slowdowns you’re noticing. Here’s what you need to know.

If you’ve been a Windows user for a long, you probably know about Task Manager, which can be a useful tool to analyze which programs are using what resources. However, in recent iterations, Microsoft has made Task Manager less useful for actually understanding where your resources are going. You probably still use it for killing unresponsive apps, but that might be it.

Have you ever encountered a situation where you needed to create impressive screen recordings? Perhaps you’re looking for a way to create video tutorials for business training. Maybe you just want a better way to record Zoom meetings or other videoconference events. In the past, you’d have to invest in complicated software to do this well — not to mention, learn how to use the software. But Microsoft has actually provided a powerful and simple way to do this built right into Windows 10…

It doesn’t matter how many productivity apps, keyboard shortcuts or life hacks you throw at your work. Without enough screen space, your productivity is always going to be hampered. Adding a second monitor to your workspace is a simple, affordable change that can transform your workflow and productivity. Here’s what you need to know…