Windows 10 is versatile when it comes to customization, and changing its theme lets you modify several of its elements at the same time. You can change the background, the color, the sound, and the mouse cursor whenever you choose a new theme. This tutorial illustrates how to change the theme on your Windows 10 computer or device:
Renaming multiple or all the files in a folder can be a tedious, repetitive task in Windows 10. However, there are some tricks you can use to save time and rename a batch of files, either using a keyboard shortcut, from File Explorer's ribbon, or from the right-click menu. This tutorial illustrates how to rename a group of files in one go in Windows 10:
Have you heard of the term DNS? Did you stumble upon error messages that told you that the DNS server could not be reached? Do you know what a DNS is and what its purpose is? If you want to find out, read this guide. We explain what DNS is, its role on the internet, and how it works. To be thorough, we're also going to go through a bit of its history. Let's get started:
Facebook is renowned for its Big Brother way of doing things. No matter what you're doing on the internet, this company seems to know it all, and it seems there's no way of hiding from its long arm that doesn't care about our privacy. Although it's hard for us to believe that Facebook's going to change its approach, there is some good news that we'd like to share with you. Recently, Facebook introduced a new option to its platform, called "Off-Facebook Activity" that lets you see and delete some of the information that the company has about you.
Do you have a Windows laptop or a computer that you use for making Skype calls, but you don't have a webcam to use with it? Or maybe your laptop's built-in webcam just broke, and you must participate in an urgent online video meeting? If you have an Android smartphone, then you are in luck: you can use it as a webcam on your Windows computer. All it takes is the right Android app, a Windows software client, and a few taps and clicks here and there. In this guide, we show you all the steps required to transform your smartphone into a webcam, for your Windows PC:
The Search in Windows 10 has evolved with every new version of the operating system. It is now more powerful and more complete than it has ever been. Whether you want to find documents, apps, photos, files, folders, emails, or even do web searches, the Search from Windows 10 can find almost anything. Although you can start using it as soon as you need it, it's best if you spend some time configuring Search to work just the way you like it. Here's how:
Do you know how to find the IP addresses of your DNS servers? Would you like to learn how to do that? If you are a Windows 10 user, there are many methods in which you can find the addresses of the DNS servers that your computer or device is using. You can find this information in the Settings app, after running a command in PowerShell, and by other means. For more details on this subject, read this tutorial:
When Windows 10 was released, Microsoft used to force people to sign into their Microsoft accounts before they could download and install apps and games from the Microsoft Store. Luckily now that is a thing of the past. Today, if you are using a version of Windows 10 that was released after the spring of 2016, you can use the Microsoft Store with a simple local, offline user account. If you want to know more, read this guide:
Spotify is one of the most beloved music streaming services in the world. It managed to gather the most comprehensive music library of artists, albums, and songs available on any platform. To play all your favorite music, or even podcasts, on Spotify, you only need an app or a web browser. However, although using Spotify is pretty intuitive, there is one thing that you might be wondering how to do: play a song on repeat, especially if you're using a smartphone!
In Windows 10, there are certain apps and programs that are launched automatically when the operating system starts. These are called startup apps. Although some apps configure themselves to load at the Windows 10 startup, not all your apps do that, and there are situations when you might want to enable a specific app to run as soon as Windows 10 boots. Here are four ways to make any Windows 10 app launch at startup: