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.
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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:
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:
So, you've had enough of Windows 10 already? Well, probably not, but you need to turn off that computer and do some other things every once in a while. Or maybe you just need to get to a fresh start after installing some new software, or you need to pack up your computer or device to take it with you. No matter the reason, we'll show you seven different ways you can shut down your Windows 10 PC or device. Don't worry, the number of options doesn't mean that this is a tricky task, there are a number of simple ways to shut down a Windows 10 PC or device. Let's see them!
While we do like the modern interface offered by Windows 8.1 and Windows 10, there is one thing that we definitely dislike: it's rather difficult to create custom shortcuts to different apps and configuration panels, including the new Settings app from Windows 10. That's why we decided to give you our own special shortcut for PC Settings in Windows 8.1 and Settings in Windows 10, which involved a bit of custom scripting. The shortcut works for both operating systems:
Many users don't like the regular mouse pointer available in Windows. Some say that it`s too small, others say that it's too simple and unrecognizable and they want it to be more "alive". So at this point you are asking yourself: is it possible to change the mouse pointer in Windows 10? The answer is: Yes ! In this article we are going to show you how to change the mouse pointer size and color in Windows 10.
The first thing you'll see when you try to use your Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 device is the Lock Screen. When Windows boots, it boots to the Lock Screen; when it goes to sleep, it wakes up to the Lock Screen; leave your computer unused for a while, and when you come back, it'll be waiting for you on the Lock Screen. Since you'll see this screen a lot, having a boring stock wallpaper on it is no fun at all, so in this article we'll show you how to change the wallpaper of your Lock Screen and how to choose what apps will display updates on it.
Well, Windows 10 is here and the Start Menu is back. Although the way apps work has been changed, you can still use the Start Menu to arrange apps and shortcuts just the way you like to, so that you can quickly access the ones that you use most. In this article we're going to share how to resize the app tiles and shortcuts in the Start Menu and what each size means.
We all want our files to be organized, so that it's easy to find any application when we need it. Because of that, the new Start Menu from Windows 10 has all its tiles and shortcuts organized in groups. By default, you'll see only two groups, Life at a glance and Play and explore, but you should know that you can create many more. In this article we'll show you how to create a new group in the Start Menu and how to move tiles and shortcuts from one group to another.
No matter whether you use Windows 7, Windows 8.1 or Windows 10, we will show you how to set up your operating system so that it will log you in automatically, without requesting that you type your user account password or PIN code every time. We will guide you through all the steps and share with you all the information you need to know, to make everything as quick and easy as possible. Let's get started:
Whether you use a laptop or a desktop PC, you surely rely on your mouse or touchpad every day, as working with Windows essentially implies the use of one of these devices. Even when you use a tablet you can sometimes connect a mouse to it, if that makes things easier for you, so it is important to configure your mouse just the way you like it. Let's see how can you do this.