The system restores in Windows 10 does not get as much attention as it once did, although it is still an extremely useful feature. The only concern is that manually creating a new restore point requires far too many steps.
The Windows Control Panel defaults with the last view you have used, category, large icons or small icons. If you want, you can use a fast registry or group policy modification to make it always open to a particular view.
Aero Shake, a fun little function that allows you to capture and move a window by the title bar to minimize any other open windows, can sometimes get in the way. If you do not like it you can turn
Windows 10 PCs search for updates automatically and install any updates they find. You can have some control over this and have updates on your schedule from Windows 10 upgrade but these choices are hidden. In this article, we will
For Windows 10, Microsoft tends to have System Restore disabled by default at least on some PCs. System Restore has only been around since Windows ME, providing backups of system files that you can restore when there is an issue.
We were free to switch the sounds that played as we shut down, signed off, or logged in to Windows before Windows 10 came along. Microsoft shielded certain sound acts from being updated in Windows 10, for some reason. In
Windows 10 introduced a right click option to uninstall applications in the Start menu. If it happens to accidentally select that option or if you share your computer and want to prevent others from mistakenly uninstalling apps, you can remove
Windows Search allows file searching on your PC much quicker, but if you find things slowing down when Windows indexes files or if Search doesn’t work as assumed, there are a few steps that you can take. In this article,
Once Windows updates itself, you are working on an important document and reminding you it is going to restart Windows. You can now schedule a more suitable time for the computer to restart after updates, instead of getting mad and
If you want to restrict which applications a user can run on a PC, Windows 10 will give you two choices. You can block applications that a user does not want to run, or you can restrict them to operate