Ease of Access
On top of constantly keeping you informed on what is happening on your device, Windows 10's Action Center includes, at the bottom of its panel, a set of buttons aptly named Quick actions. They offer you a fast and easy way to access apps and settings, without having to memorize complicated keyboard shortcuts. Here is everything you need to know about Quick actions and what they can do to make your everyday life using Windows 10 a little better:
Starting with May 2019 update, Windows 10 has some exciting options that allow you to change the mouse pointer size and color, to anything you wish. Now you are no longer stuck with using a dull white or black mouse pointer. You can make it pink, red, blue, green, or any other color you choose. You can also make the mouse pointer as large as you want. Here is how to change the mouse pointer size, and color, in Windows 10:
If you find yourself in the dark, literally, and without any light sources around except your iPhone, you might want to turn on its flashlight. Do you know how to do it? It is not complicated, and in this tutorial, we are going to show you just how easy it is. Here are four different ways to turn the flashlight on your iPhone on and off, and also how to adjust its brightness level:
Focus assist (formerly known as Quiet hours) is a feature that helps stop Windows 10 notifications during specific time intervals, during presentations or while playing games or running apps in fullscreen. If you configure it and turn it on, you can enjoy some peace, away from notifications that interrupt you and distract you from what is important. Here is how to use and how to configure Focus assist, to stop Windows 10 notifications, or to allow them to pop up:
Search has always been one of the essential features of Windows. Although every version of Windows lets you search for things like files, folders, apps or other stuff, none of them offers such a powerful search experience as Windows 10 does. In the newest version of Windows 10, Microsoft took the search to a whole new level, eliminating the need to browse through our computers or devices to find what we need. Whether it is a document, a website, an app, a setting, or even a person, Windows 10 can find it.
Building on the paradigm first introduced to computer users in Windows 8, the Start Menu in Windows 10 relies on using tiles to make it easy for us to access apps and to get quick bits of information from the apps that we are using. By default, the Start Menu from Windows 10 shows tiles in groups that are as wide as 3 medium-sized tiles. However, if you want more tiles, you can resize tile groups to fit 4 medium-sized tile columns. Here is how to show more tiles on the Start Menu from Windows 10:
While the old and familiar desktop shortcuts continue to be reliable, the Windows 10 Start Menu includes a different way of launching and organizing things, using a concept called tiles. Everyone has an opinion about Windows tiles. In spite of Windows 10 being one of the most customizable operating systems to date, the debate rages on between Team Tiles and Team Tiles Suck (also known as hardcore Windows 7 fans).
The Start Menu from Windows 10 has all its tiles and shortcuts organized in groups. By default, you see only a few groups, like Life at a glance or Play or Explore, but you can create more. In this article, we show you how to create new groups of tiles and shortcuts in the Start Menu, how to move tiles and shortcuts from one group to another, and how to delete a group. Let's find out how to manage groups of tiles and shortcuts on any computer or device with Windows 10:
Microsoft continually focuses on creating a better experience in Windows 10. With each new major update, we get new features and options. That's how we got virtual desktops, Windows Sandbox, new and improved versions of the Start Menu and so on. While you can use a mouse or a touchscreen to navigate Windows 10 and all its features, the interaction can be faster if you also use keyboard shortcuts. In this article, our goal is to show you the most useful keyboard shortcuts from Windows 10.
Windows Security is the go-to app when you want to know more about security in Windows 10. It is where you can find what your antivirus has been doing, what your firewall has to say, and so on. However, before you can get any information, you must know how to get there. That's why, in this article, we show you several ways to open Windows Security in Windows 10, using shortcuts, clicks and taps as well as by running commands: