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Microsoft made some great improvements in the taskbar with Windows 7, making it much more versatile and useful than the taskbar in previous Windows versions. Although there weren't nearly as many changes between Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, because they got it so nearly right the first time, there are...
One of the most efficient ways to access folders, files and web pages is through shortcuts. Because of that, many of us have lots of shortcuts on our Desktops, on top of the default ones made available in Windows. That's why, in this tutorial we will show you how to create all kinds of shortcuts in...
In one of our previous articles we’ve shown how to add or remove standard shortcuts on the Desktop, such as Computer, Network, Control Panel or your User's Files. Now, we would like to illustrate how you can customize these icons. In case you’re not happy with the changes you made, this article also...
When you first see the Desktop on a newly installed Windows, you will find that only one icon is shown: the Recycle Bin. Over time, most of the icons that appear on the Desktop will be shortcuts, which are links to a file or program present elsewhere on your computer. This being said, if you delete...
App switcher
If you are new to Windows Phone device, you may wonder how to quickly switch between apps. Initially, you may tap the Back button until you get to the app that you want to switch to, but that’s not very productive. There is a better method and it works just like Alt-Tab in Windows. Here’s how to qui...
Notification area
The notification area on the taskbar, also known as the system tray, has been in Windows for quite a long time now. It kept on improving and helping us get easy access to system functions, system notifications and to applications in all the Windows operating systems, starting with Windows 95. It's s...
Don’t you hate when someone calls and you need to reject their call without being able to text them back? Surely, you had a good reason to do it, maybe you were busy or you couldn’t use the phone at that moment, but still, you might seem rude to the people whose calls you are rejecting. Luckily, Win...
Did you know that Windows 10 allows you to snap four windows side by side? Did you know that snapping windows is easier than ever on computers with multiple monitors? Did you know that you can snap windows side by side even on Windows 10 tablets which start all apps in full-screen mode? If you answe...
User account
Windows 10 allows you to create a user account for each person who uses your computer or device, so that you can keep things separate between users. Obviously, each user account has a password that must be typed in order to login. If you need to change your password, because it has been compromised...
Home Screen
Picture this: your smartphone is like a book. Every action you take on your phone corresponds to a page inside the book. You want to check your next appointments, you open the book and turn the pages, stopping at the page labeled "Calendar"; you want to make a phone call, you open the book on the pa...
Keyboard Shortcuts
Windows 10 focused a lot on creating a better Desktop experience than ever before. We've got new features and options, like the support for multiple virtual Desktops, Cortana - a witty digital assistant, a new Start Menu and so on. While you can use a mouse or a touchscreen to navigate through Windo...
We have created the biggest library of Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 shortcuts. We have almost everything you need and we are willing to expand our collection, which now includes 139 shortcuts for Windows 7, 137 shortcuts for Windows 8.1 and 172 shortcuts for Windows 10. They are created in su...