First impression is important! Every software development company relies on this, when they are selecting the pictures used by their operating system for the lock screen and for the desktop background, and Microsoft isn't an exception. Windows 10 has also some interesting images, so if you ever asked yourself where are located these files in your file system, or if you ever want to get those pictures and use them on a Windows XP, just to trick a friend, then read this article.
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In Windows 10, the default web browser is Microsoft Edge, the latest browser developed by Microsoft. However, even if Edge brings many new features and improvements when compared to Microsoft's previous browser - Internet Explorer - you still may want to change your default browser to another one, which you're already accustomed to. Whether you like Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Internet Explorer, Edge or any other web browser out there, setting any of them as default in Windows 10 is rather easy and, depending on the method you choose, it's also more or less a fast process.
If you like traveling by car or you commute daily you need a good navigation app for your Windows Phone. While some need to find the shortest route to a certain destination, others need mostly to be aware of road hazards, police or other events on the road. Some might be okay with mobile data usage, others need an app that's stable even when you're travelling in another country or you're entering an area with no mobile coverage. We looked at some of the best navigation apps for Windows Phone and now we are ready to share them with you, in this article:
Pinning apps or programs to the taskbar is a very easy thing to do. And doing that is very handy if you want to have one-click access to all the apps and programs you use most. But did you know that it's also possible to pin folders to the taskbar, for the same ease of access? If we managed to make you curious, read on to find out how you can pin any folder to your taskbar.
In order to continue our series about File Explorer's user interface, today we are going to explain a bit about the Share tab and how you can use it to send folders and files to other people. This tab is where you'll find the tools you need to help send your files via email, share over a network or simply by handing someone a copy. Here's how it all works:
When when you chat online with someone, there are times when you misspell words or even say things without thinking and you could bring "disgrace upon yourself". Still, no need to worry anymore, because the Skype for desktop app offers you a great way to undo any harm done.This is one of the few chat services that allow you to edit or delete recent messages, before they are forever stored in your chat history and cause you a lot of anguish. Read on to learn how this hidden function works when using the Skype for desktop app.
When discussing productivity and office software suites, Microsoft Office is the unquestionable leader of the pack on the Windows operating system. There are of course many great free alternatives, but Microsoft's office package is by far the most feature-filled. A lighter, but still great version is available for Android devices, which makes sure you get to see the same document contents and also create, edit and share files. Let's see how you can get it for your Android device!
Did you know that you can set the Windows 10 Start Menu to show all kinds of folders like Documents, Downloads, HomeGroup or Network? By default, they aren't shown on the Start Menu but, with just a couple of clicks, you can easily add them. Here's how:
The Start Menu made a comeback in Windows 10 and, as we've seen in some of our previous articles, it's better than any of its previous versions. It's resizable, you can pin or unpin almost anything and you can even make it take the whole screen, just like in Windows 8.1. But these are not the only things you can customize on Windows 10's Start Menu. Today, we're going to show you how you can configure it even further, by adding or removing various elements like Recently added apps, Most used apps, Settings and so on. So, without wasting any more time, let's roll:
Windows 10 brought many changes and improvements when compared to Microsoft's previous operating systems. One of the best changes is the improved File Explorer that comes with a slightly different design and some new features and options. While it didn't undergo any radical transformations, at least not when compared with Windows 8.1, its small changes and improvements are noticeable and working with it just got better. In this article, we'll share the most important changes and improvements in Windows 10's File Explorer. Let's get started:
Whether you use a laptop, a 2-in-1 device or any other kind of mobile computer, you are also probably using a touchpad. And if you're on the go, you might not want to always use the touchscreen or have the time to connect a mouse to make it easier to use your device. It's likely that you'd prefer using the touchpad, so it's quite important that you set it up to work the way you want. With Windows 8.1 and Windows 10, Microsoft brought new configuration options for the touchpad. We now have options for handling simple settings like delaying the touchpad clicks when typing or advanced settings like touchpad gestures that trigger different actions. Of course, these depend on the specific hardware that you have and its drivers. Today, we'll talk about how you can configure the way your touchpad works in Windows 10. Let's get started:
There are very few differences between the File Explorer in Windows 10 and that in Windows 8.1, mainly related to the sections displayed in the left side of the File Explorer. The most frustrating change is that, the Libraries section is still gone with the release of Windows 10. Does this mean there are no more libraries in Windows 8.1 and Windows 10? Fortunately, it doesn't mean that. Libraries exist and work just as well as before. The problem is that their section has been hidden. Here's how you bring it back.