One of the greatest new features brought by Windows 10 is Cortana, your personal virtual assistant. We've talked about her for quite a while now and we've seen some of the great things she can do. But, unfortunately, she is not available to everyone in the world, because Microsoft has released Cortana only for a few select countries. However, even if you don't live in a country that's supported by Cortana, you can still have her on your Windows 10 computer or device, by changing only a few settings. Let's see how to get Cortana turned on, no matter where you live:
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Windows 10 shows you the Frequent folders and Recent files sections by default when you open the File Explorer. While this feature can be useful if you need quick access to your frequent resources, it might also be a bit of an annoyance if you're using a shared computer, for instance, and don't want other people to see what you're working on. Luckily, this feature can be disabled if you don't need it, so read on to learn how to do this.
Skype for desktop is a great tool that will allow you to stay connected with your family, friends and colleagues. One of its highly useful features is the ability to chat for free with almost anyone in the world. Also, you can use Skype for desktop to communicate with your friends while doing other things like browsing the web, playing a game or listening to music. That is why we decided show you how easy it is to have a one-to-one or a group text conversation using the Skype for desktop app in Windows.
Skype for desktop offers a lot of great options for you to chat or make audio and video calls with your family and friends. Furthermore, one of its great features is the ability to make group calls (both audio and video) for free. Also, you don't need to install any additional software for these group calls to work since this capability is built into the Skype for desktop app. Therefore, in this tutorial, we will try to help you understand how easy it is to make group calls in Windows with the Skype for desktop app.
You surely used either File Explorer from Windows 8.1 or Windows Explorer from Windows 7, so you know that both these file managers offered a section called Favorites where you could place any folder, library or drive that you wanted to be able to quickly access. In Windows 10, the Favorites section was revamped and now bears the simple name of Quick access. While you can still pin or unpin items to it, Quick access also got a few other features. In today's article we'll take a closer look at what the Quick access section is all about, so let's start:
When it comes to browsing the web, the Windows Store selection is not very rich. In the already small list of available browser apps you should remove the ones which are unreliable and bloatware apps. Also, a good browser is not necessarily free, but you should be able to enjoy a decent browsing experience at the lowest cost. This is why you bought a Windows Phone after all, isn't it? According to these requirements, most of the browsers are already crossed off the list. In this article, we created a list containing the best web browsers for Windows Phone.
If you installed a lot of games and apps on your Windows Phone you might run low on storage space. This happens especially if you have an affordable Windows smartphone, where the storage space is not a strong point. Luckily, there's a solution to free some internal storage space on your Windows Phone, if you have a microSD memory card installed. In this article we will show you how to move your apps and games and their associated files to your microSD memory card in the most simple way possible. Let's go:
Cortana is a great virtual assistant that can help you in many ways. To be able to do most of her work, she needs to collect, analyze and store information about you. It's a lot of personal information that, at some point you might want her to forget and start over in knowing you. In order to do that, you'll need to reset her, so that's why we thought it would be a good idea to show you how. This article is all about resetting Cortana:
In Windows 8.1 the default folder for File Explorer is set to This PC. In Windows 10 File Explorer now opens, by default, in the brand new Quick access view. The Quick access view is similar to the Favorites from the previous versions and shows you your frequently accessed folders, recent files you used and all the folders you pinned to it. Fortunately, in Windows 10 you can easily set File Explorer to either start in Quick access or in This PC. In this tutorial, we'll show the steps you need to take in order do that, so let's start:
Windows 10 is officially launched and it's already on its way to many people's computers or devices. If you are eligible, you can go ahead and upgrade your Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 computer or device to Windows 10, either by using the reservation app, or the Media Creation Tool offered by Microsoft. If you are not satisfied with how the reservation app works and the fact that it is slow to provide you with an upgrade, then the Media Creation Tool is your only chance of getting Windows 10 today. Here's how to use it to upgrade your Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 computer, today: