One of the settings buried deep down in Windows’ Control Panel is the ability to change the Power button to turn off the display rather than sleep. This setting can be easily configured in the Power Plan options for your laptop.
Windows Tips & Tricks
Looking to encrypt and secure the data in your hard disk? Here is how you can perform a full-disk encryption in Windows 10 to protect your data.
A proxy server can regulate Internet connections and provide an extra layer of security. Here’s how to use a proxy server with Windows 10.
If you’re having issues with the Edge browser and can’t fix it, one solution is to reset it and start from scratch. Here’s how to reset the Edge browser.
There are times when you need to make changes to your system registry. Learn how you can back up Windows registry and restore it when things fail.
The Apple TV ships with plenty of beautiful screen savers of the wonders of the world. Learn how you can get Apple TV screen savers on your Mac or Windows PC.
By default, Windows will update all drivers once there is an update. Learn how you can block driver updates for specific devices in Windows 10.
Windows Themes allows you to customize your Windows desktop with artfully designed themes. Here are some of the best Windows 10 themes you should check out.
While it works from the search bar, Cortana in Windows 10 can also work in the Microsoft Edge browser. Here’s how to set up and use Cortana in Microsoft Edge.
Have you ever found yourself locked out of a Windows account? PCUnlocker allows you to unlock user accounts, from Windows 10 all the way back to Windows 2000.
Quick Access Popup is a simple tool that shows your files and folders with a mouse click. Learn how you can quickly access files and folders with QAP.
There are times when you need your PC to be always running. Here’s how you can block or prevent users from shutting down your Windows 10 PC.
It is easy to blame the RAM whenever your PC is slow, but how do you really check if your RAM is faulty? Here’s how to check the RAM health in Windows 10.
If you are using multiple Windows PCs at the same time, you might want to get them to share the same keyboard and mouse. Here is how to do that.
If you’re interested in writing with cursive instead of keys, just follow these instructions to enable and use handwriting input in Windows 10.
If you’re coming to Windows from macOS or Linux, you might miss the powerful shell. Learn how you can install zsh and Oh My Zsh and get a shell running in Windows 10.
There are times when your monitor fails to wake up after sleep. If you are having this issue, here is how to fix a monitor not waking up after sleep in Windows.
Microsoft removed Windows Media Center from Windows 10. If you are still a die-hard fan, here is how to install and set up Windows Media Center on Windows 10.