How To Make Windows 10's File Explorer Start In Any Location You Want

File ExplorerWindows 10 offers an easy way of changing the start location for File Explorer. However, Windows 10 only gives you two starting locations to choose from: Quick access and This PC. But what if you want File Explorer to start in another location? What if you'd like your File Explorer to start in your OneDrive folder, or your Libraries or any other location or folder from your Windows 10 computer or device. Unfortunately, there is no easy way to do that in Windows 10. At least not for now. Because of that, we started to scour for possible solutions. In the end, we managed to find one hack that just works. Read on to learn how you can set Windows 10's File Explorer to start in any location you want:

How To Completely Reset Cortana On A Windows 10 PC Or Device

Cortana, Windows 10Cortana is a great virtual assistant that can help you in many ways. To be able to do most of her work, she needs to collect, analyze and store information about you. It's a lot of personal information that, at some point you might want her to forget and start over in knowing you. In order to do that, you'll need to reset her, so that's why we thought it would be a good idea to show you how. This article is all about resetting Cortana:

How To Set The Start Location For File Explorer In Windows 10

Windows 10, File ExplorerInWindows 8.1 the default folder for File Explorer is set to This PC. In Windows 10 File Explorer now opens, by default, in the brand new Quick access view. The Quick access view is similar to the Favorites from the previous versions and shows you your frequently accessed folders, recent files you used and all the folders you pinned to it. Fortunately, in Windows 10 you can easily set File Explorer to either start in Quick access or in This PC. In this tutorial, we'll show the steps you need to take in order do that, so let's start:

Best Of The Web For Windows Users - 26 July - 1 August 2015

This week Microsoft has launched Windows 10 and absolutely everyone has covered this product launch, including us. In this week's recap we have some down-to-earth reviews, analysis and opinions for you to read about this new operating system. Also, we have some news about Windows 10 Mobile and Mozilla's opinion about Windows 10. There's plenty of interesting stuff for you to read, so let's get started:

How To Set The Start Menu To Take The Whole Screen In Windows 10

Windows 10, Start MenuWe all liked Windows 7 because it was stable and very easy to use. With the release of Windows 8 operating system, the popular Start Menu was replaced with the Start Screen and its live tiles. Probably, this is the main reason for why many people are still using Window 7. However, the fans of this software passed over this inconvenience and they started to use the new operating system. So, if you just installed Windows 10, and you want to use the same Start Screen you liked in Windows 8.1 then read this article.

Tech Lolz: Dear Stalkers. Sorry. Dear, Facebook Users

Tech LolzBecause all I could hear in the past three days was Windows 10 all over the place, I decided I went to my usual source of fun, Yahoo! Answers and see what other preoccupations people might have. After a very long scroll in the Tech section, I realized the world is definitely a creepy place. Full of creepy people and people who are afraid of creepy people. Let's see what people obsess about when they are using Facebook:

8 Ways To Start The Control Panel In Windows 10

Control PanelWindows 10 has a new Settings app that tries to replace the old Control Panel. Unfortunately it doesn't succeed in this regard as there are many settings and tools that you will find only in Control Panel. Also, the Control Panel is hidden when compared to earlier versions of Windows. If you want to know all the ways for starting it in Windows 10, read this guide:

Where To Buy Windows 10? Which Version Should You Buy?

Windows 10If you are interested in Windows 10, you will want to know how to get Windows 10. Can you get it for free? How? If you can't, then where can you buy Windows 10 and how much will it cost you? Also, which edition of Windows 10 should you buy? The answers to these questions are not that obvious and you will need to do a bit of research in order to answer them. We decided to make things simpler for you and do the research for you, so don't hesitate to read this article:

Top 11 Things We Don't Like About Windows 10

Windows 10, badWhile Windows 10 comes with lots of new features and improvements, there are also some things we don't like about it. We're not trying to be perfectionists here but there are a couple of things that Microsoft could change or improve. Some of our complaints are small while others are quite significant. If you are curious to learn what we don't like about Windows 10, don't hesitate to read this article:

Reviewing ASUS Tri-Band Wireless-AC3200 - Batman's Router Just Got Upgraded!

ASUS Tri-Band Wireless-AC3200The ASUS Tri-Band Wireless-AC3200 router or RT-AC3200 as it is named by its manufacturer, is the most expensive wireless router offered by ASUS. It's the first tri-band wireless router in this company's portfolio and it boasts some very impressive specifications and a price to match them. Last year, when we reviewed its predecessor - ASUS RT-AC87U, we were very impressed. Imagine our curiosity when we received the upgrade to last year's model. We used ASUS RT-AC3200 in our test lab for a couple of weeks and now we are ready to share our conclusions:

How To Upgrade Your Windows 8.1 Or Windows 7 PC To Windows 10 Right Now!

Windows 10, upgradeWindows 10 is officially launched and it's already on its way to many people's computers or devices. If you are eligible, you can go ahead and upgrade your Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 computer or device to Windows 10, either by using the reservation app, or the Media Creation Tool offered by Microsoft. If you are not satisfied with how the reservation app works and the fact that it is slow to provide you with an upgrade, then the Media Creation Tool is your only chance of getting Windows 10 today. Here's how to use it to upgrade your Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 computer, today:

How To Download Windows 10 And Create Your Own Installation Media

Windows 10, upgradeAs everybody knows by now, Windows 10 is available, so anyone eligible for upgrade can install it. If you reserved your upgrade you probably already have it on your hard drive, waiting for you to start installing it. However, if you didn't reserve your Windows 10 copy, the fastest way to still get it on your computer or device is to download it from Microsoft servers. Fortunately, Microsoft offers a tool called Media Creation Tool, which you can use to create a Windows 10 ISO file, a Windows 10 flash drive or directly upgrade your current computer or device to Windows 10. Read on to see exactly the steps you need to take: