Windows 10 might be in preview for now, but many users have already migrated to it. Looking at how the Settings app becomes more and more important when it comes to configuring your device, we thought it would be a good idea to share with you all the methods we know for launching it. This is a roundup of these methods, which we hope will prove useful for many of you, our readers.
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Have you ever wondered what kind of items can you pin on your Start screen? Well, there's a lot of stuff you can pin that you probably didn't know about such as libraries, networks locations, websites, different apps and many others. If you didn't really liked the Start screen or you never saw its usefulness maybe after reading our guide you will. If you haven't figured it out yet, our purpose is to teach you how to pin different items to your Start screen in a short but comprehensive guide. Let's go:
Since Android is such a popular operating system for smartphones and tablets throughout the world, people often find that they need to change the keyboard to a different input language, rather than their device's default. In this article, we'll describe the steps you need to take in order to install and change the input language of the keyboard.
Organization is the key to productivity. Having important stuff you pinned on the Start screen scattered all over the place is not very efficient. Your favourite apps will be hard to find, especially if there's a large number of apps pinned on the Start screen. The best option for Windows 8.1 users is to group the items and label them properly. Besides the utility of this feature, you will notice that your Start screen will also look more attractive. In this article we will show how to easily group the items on the Start screen and how the name the groups you created.
In the past we have shared many ways to open File Explorer in Windows 8.1. Windows 10 is just around the corner, and we asked ourselves, do all those methods of opening File Explorer still work? Are there any new methods available? This roundup contains all the ways to open File Explorer in Windows 10 that we could find. If you have others that you would like to suggest, don’t hesitate to let us know.
If you're a Windows 8.1 user, you surely noticed that some of the tiles pinned on your Start screen gather and display personal information like notifications with messages you receive from others, your meetings and to-dos, your personal pictures and so on. At some point, you may want to clean all that information so that others won't see it. In this guide we will show you the steps you need to follow in order to clear all your personal information from the Start screen.
Most of us have had times when we sort-of knew what it was we wanted to find on our computer, but didn't remember the exact file name. In this article, we will talk about some advanced ways to find what you want in Windows, some of which work better than others.
Some of our readers have asked us about several methods for opening File Explorer. Some of them lost the File Explorer shortcut from the taskbar while others simply wanted to know more than one way of opening this Windows 8.1 application. To help you out, we decided to share all the ways we know for opening File Explorer. Let's get started:
Because Microsoft decided to remove the Start button and the Start Menu in Windows 8, they have created a hidden replacement for what once was the Start Menu. Since then, they have reintroduced the Start button in Windows 8.1 and they will reintroduce the Start Menu in Windows 10. But, this hidden replacement - the WinX menu is still there. Let's see what this menu is, how it can be useful to you and how to access it in Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.
Some of our readers asked us how to enable the feature in Windows Phone that will cause your apps to group alphabetically in the Apps list so that you can reach them easily. What was strange was that other users had this feature enabled automatically and they didn't know how to disable it. In this article we will show you how to activate or deactivate this option and what you should do so you don't lose all your important data.
If you have a high-definition tablet or hybrid with Windows 8.1, like the Surface Pro, you may want to have more tiles on the Start screen so that you don't have to scroll a lot in order to access all your main apps and desktop programs. Luckily, Windows 8.1 has a setting that allows you to do this. However, it is available only on devices with touch screens and not on classic desktop PCs. Here's how it works:
Windows 7 introduced a major redesign of the taskbar which packs a lot of improvements. The list includes features such as Aero Peek, overlay icons and progress bars, jump lists, pinned items and so on. Most of them are still working in Windows 8.1 so in this article we’ll show you how to use every feature of Windows Taskbar in both operating systems.