It's important to know how to sort, group, and filter files and folders in Windows 10, especially if you work with a lot of them. No matter how hard you try to organize everything, it may be difficult at times to find a specific item or set of items. That's why File Explorer includes plenty of options for sorting, grouping, and filtering files and folders, using all kinds of criteria in Windows 10.
When you install Windows 10 or set it up for the first time, the operating system invites you to create a Microsoft account. However, during the setup process, you only get to configure one Microsoft account. What if you need to use more than one Microsoft account on your Windows 10 PC? What if you want to create another all-new user account on your PC, using a Microsoft account? If this is what you want, here's how to add a Microsoft account to Windows 10:
The Windows 10 workgroup is a simple way to link together a small number of computers and devices, which makes it ideal for home networks, as well as small offices and businesses. If you want to facilitate sharing resources (files, printers, etc.) with other devices on the same network, make sure they are part of the same workgroup in Windows 10. Continue reading to get answers to questions like "What is a workgroup?" and learn more about the workgroup name or how to change workgroup in Windows 10:
System Restore is one of those Windows apps that can be categorized as being an "oldie but goldie." If something suddenly stops working as it should or if your Windows 10 PC breaks down without notice, you'll want to know about System Restore and how to use it. This system recovery tool can be a lifesaver and a fast one at that, as it can revert your PC to a working state in just a few minutes. Would you like to know more about it? Read this article and find out what System Restore is, why and when it's useful, and also how to use it when the going gets tough:
This summer, ASUS launched a series of new devices designed to offer or improve the audio quality of voice communications. The devices we're talking about use AI (Artificial Intelligence) to remove unwanted noise seamlessly, without requiring any software or additional setup from the user, which sounds great. :) One of the most exciting devices of this kind is the ASUS AI Noise-Canceling Mic Adapter. After checking and testing what it does and how well it works, we have some interesting conclusions.
The Command Prompt is a powerful tool that can be used for many purposes, including troubleshooting and fixing problems with Windows. Starting it is easy if Windows is working correctly, but what do you do when Windows refuses to load? How do you "boot" to Command Prompt (cmd.exe) "from BIOS" to fix the issues that you are having? This tutorial shows you how to do it:
Trust is a computer electronics company from the Netherlands that's well-known for manufacturing devices with an excellent price-performance ratio. One of the areas in which they are active is computer microphones, and the latest such product in their portfolio is the new Trust GXT 258 Fyru. Advertised as being a USB 4-in-1 multipurpose microphone, the Fyru sounds like a great choice for home recording. We've had the pleasure of testing and using for about a week, and now we'd like to tell you more about it.
The Cut, Copy, and Paste commands are essential tools when you work on a computer, and you find them everywhere in Windows. It's simple to move things around if you know how to cut. Also, understanding how to copy and paste on Windows efficiently can drastically reduce the time you spend creating materials on your computer or device. This tutorial illustrates several methods to duplicate and move data in Windows, including the popular Cut, Copy, and Paste shortcuts:
It is hard to ignore the usefulness of selecting text efficiently in Windows, especially if you use Microsoft's Word, WordPad, or Notepad on a daily basis. After all, highlighting a fragment is always the first step, regardless of what you want to do with that text (copy, delete, move, change its format, etc.). Whether you're wondering how to select all in Word, how to highlight chunks of text in your favorite Microsoft editing program, or how to select all text using your mouse, keyboard, or touchscreen, this tutorial holds the answers you're looking for:
You may have your Windows 10 computer or device for a long time. It has many apps and programs installed, and you don't even remember when they got there in the first place. Do you want to find out when an application was installed in Windows 10? Do you want to know when a Windows 10 app from the Microsoft Store was installed?