TPM Firmware update

We are seeing an issue surrounding current TPM modules and numerous motherboard manufacturers including ASUS, ASRock and Gigabyte.

SG10 HDD and SSD install

Do you have an SG10? Do you want more storage space or a backup drive? This article and video will guide you through the process of installing additional SSDs and HDDs in your SG10 Puget System case.

How to find out if your drive is failing

At Puget Systems, we use a couple free drive diagnostic tools to tell us if there are issues with solid state drives and hard disk drives. Some of the programs that will be summarized include disk error checking tool, Samsung Magician, and Crystal Disk Info.

Windows 10 Reset

Are you interested in a clean install of Windows 10? Or maybe you just want to improve system performance and reliability but retain files and folders? This guide will simplify the Windows 10 reset process to help get your system back on track. Please make sure your data is sufficiently backed up before hand!

SSD optimization in Windows 10

Let’s get the most out of that speedy new SSD in your Puget Systems computer. Optimizing settings and configuration of the SSD can provide improved performance and reliability.

How to Update Your Nvidia Graphics Driver for Windows

As a PC user, you may have some questions on if you should always have the newest version of your graphics card installed. What are some reasons why you would want to update your driver? What are the benefits of doing so? What are the concerns if they aren’t updated?

Tweaking Windows 10 Privacy Settings With ShutUp10

Windows 10 is by far the most invasive operating system that Microsoft has created to date. Between data-tracking tidbits and forced tethering to Microsoft’s online services, Windows 10 is almost always looking over your digital shoulder. This can be a daunting thought and one that does not sit well with most end-users and rightfully so!

Setting Up and Using Windows 10 System Restore

Windows System Restore is usually enabled by default, but sometimes it is not – or has been turned off by a user. In this article I will show you how to enable Windows System Restore, create a restore point, and how to use that restore point.