You might’ve seen a folder named “WinSxS” that takes up a lot of space. Let’s find out what this WinSxS folder is and how you can clean it up to regain storage space.
If you are using different languages on your Windows 10 machine, enabling the input indicator or language bar allows you to easily switch between languages.
If you are wondering if your Windows system is running SSD or HDD, here are a few ways to find out without physically open the computer case.
Windows supports a wide range of languages. If you need more language support than the default, here is how to add language packs in Windows 10.
Microsoft introduced a MBR2GPT tool that lets you convert from Legacy BIOS to UEFI with just two commands. Here is how you can do so.
Windows 10’s Delivery Optimization feature lets you transfer updates to and from other PCs on your network. Here’s how you can manage the delivery optimization cache.
Microsoft uses the ESD image file format to supply Windows upgrades, updates, and other components. Learn how to convert ESD files to ISO in Windows 10.
Windows 10 comes with a dictionary where it used to detect spelling errors on your typed content. Learn how you can add words to the Windows 10 dictionary.
By default, Windows will show a list of your recent items on the taskbar. Here’s how you can disable recent items and frequent places in Windows 10.
Windows 10 comes with an Early Launch Anti-Malware feature that scans your drives during boot time. This shows how to configure it to allow/block a particular driver.
Cortana in Windows is enabled on the lock screen by default. If you are not using Cortanta, here’s how you can disable Cortana on the Windows lock screen.
To access your boot screen and BIOS, you can boot into UEFI mode directly from Windows. Here is how you can do so if your motherboard has a UEFI chip.
It can be very annoying when a video with audio autoplays on a website. Here is how you can disable video autoplay in Microsoft Edge.
Windows 10 comes with pre-installed apps, but there’s no direct way to remove them. Luckily, you can uninstall pre-installed apps with the Powershell command.
The SmartScreen filter in Windows helps protect your PC from malicious apps and files. If you don’t like how the SmartScreen filter works, here’s how to disable it in Windows 10.
If you don’t like the default user icon, you can change it to any picture you want. Here’s how you can change the default user account picture in Windows 10.
If you are facing errors like “Delayed write failed” or “Windows write delay failed” in Windows 10, you can try disabling the Disk Write Caching feature.
The taskbar is one of the most useful features in Windows 10. Here’s how you can further customize the taskbar’s look and feel and functionality.