Microsoft Word shows a start screen every time you open it. Here’s how to skip the start screen in Word to make it feel faster.
What to know how to do something in the Windows operating system? This is the section for you. It will show detailed steps with pictures.
Using toolbar widgets on the taskbar, you can see real-time upload and download speeds. Here’s how to see the real-time bandwidth usage.
In Windows 10, Spotify starts with the system. If you don’t like this behavior, you can stop Spotify from automatically starting with the computer.
It is better to delete unused user accounts. Here are 5 methods including command prompt and PowerShell to delete user account in Windows 10.
Windows 10 allows you to change the network location type from public to private quite easily. Here’s how to do it.
In Windows 10, you can use the built-in Movies & TV app to quickly trim a video without quality loss. Here’s how to do it.
To show the correct time in Windows 10, it’s essential to set a correct timezone. Here’s how to change timezone in Windows 10 to show correct time.
If you are using a UEFI system, you need UEFI bootable USB drive to install Windows 10. Here’s how to create bootable UEFI USB drive in Windows 10.
When you add multiple email account, the Mail app uses generic names for those accounts. Here’s how to change email account name in mail app in Windows 10.
In the Windows 10 Mail app, you can change the default font and font size to anything you want to a single or all email accounts. Here’s how.
On Windows 10 you don’t have to install additional software for a quick screen recording. Here’s how you can record screen on Windows 10 without installing any 3rd-party software.
Microsoft officially released build 18290 ISO for the public. Here is a direct download link to download Windows 10 insider build 18290 iso (19H1).