If you are looking for certain files in Windows frequently, saving searches is a great way of accessing them faster than retyping the search each time. Saving searches is particularly helpful if you often conduct more complex searches, or search
Windows 7 and above are set to trigger TRIM automatically on solid-state drives. You should not think about allowing yourself to TRIM. But, if you really want to double-check that Windows has activated TRIM, you are allowed to do that.
DirectX is a set of APIs for multimedia and video programs used in Windows and is particularly important to gamers. In this article, we will guide you through the whole procedure to use the DirectX Diagnostic in Windows 10. Use
Some browsers, such as Google Chrome and Internet Explorer, allow you to set the browser’s default downloads folder by changing the settings. But, Microsoft Edge does not play this way. As with other browsers, by default, it stores downloaded files
For Windows 10, Microsoft has modified the default folder icon to a square, closed tab. If you choose Windows 7’s open folder icon, you can make that Windows 10’s default folder icon with a registry tweak. In this article, we
By default, most Windows versions record an event every time a user attempts to log in, whether or not that login is successful. Through going into the event viewer, you can see this detail, but there is also a way
Several Windows 10 users have reported an unusual bug. It would appear that the ‘Open with’ function on the context menu right-click is missing. If you are encountering such a problem, we will use the registry editor to find a
If you install a new app but don’t set the new app as the default file types that it supports when you open a file that can be accessed by the device, Windows should inform you that you have a
The Action Center in Windows 10 illustrates and logs different types of notifications, while the Quick Action buttons also provide one-click access to various features. However, if you do not use the Quick Action buttons you can easily hide them.
Windows has a huge number of methods to shut down. Options can be found in the Start menu, Administrative tool menu, and the Login and Lock screens. You can also use shortcut keys (Alt+F4) to shut down Windows, and even