This will be my journal of interesting issues I come across during my daily dealings with computers. Mostly it will be issues and challenges I haven’t easily resovled through simple deduction or an internet/newsgroup/forum search. Sometimes I might just “re-post” solutions that other people haven’t explained very well. In such cases I will credit the original source that I found.

I was a n00b once, and for a lot of products I still am, so I’ve always been frustrated by “solutions” that don’t actually give you the info you need.

And if you have really low self esteem, you can follow me on twitter @scott_thewspot

This blog currently exists at https://kickthatcomputer.wordpress.com and may one day transition to http://www.kickthatcomputer.com

  1. Mike McLean says:

    Excellent blog

  2. rahulvj7ahul says:

    Can i use your post on my website…???

  3. shukero says:

    I was wondering if you could try to find a way to “RESET” the “Most Used” list in windows 10. I can’t find a way in the latest build 1024000, as they have removed all options for the start menu when you right click on the task bar.

    Anywho GREAT blog man!

    • Scott says:

      You can remove individual entries by right clicking and selecting don’t show on list.
      If you want to reset completely, then go into settings-personalisation-start and turn off show most used apps and turn it back on again. It will start adding most used apps again as you use them… Eventually

  4. doug says:

    Thank you SO much for your post on DSM and device installation settings. Not sure how I got here but I am glad I did. Mother in law’s machine is now fixed. No more 100% disk usage for me!

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