Prefer faster navigation over style in Windows? You can easily decrease menu animations duration or disable them altogether. Here’s how.
Windows Tips & Tricks
If you are having an issue with a program, your last resort to fixing it is often resetting it to its default settings. Here’s how to do that in Windows.
When you set a policy in the Local Group Policy Editor it will affect the whole system and all users by default. Here’s how to change that behaviour and tailor it for specific users.
Did you know your PC might be using unnecessary power? Luckily, you can use Windows’ built-in power options to make your PC use less power. Here’s how.
Looking to keep your Windows 10 background fresh with a new wallpaper every few minutes? Then slideshow wallpaper is perfect. Best of all, you can shuffle it!
Restoring your computer after a disaster can be a huge chore. Follow these steps to develop a good backup and restore strategy for Windows.
Want to disable or remove the shutdown button from the Windows 10 login screen to prevent other users from shutting down your PC? Here’s how to do that.
Want to download Windows software without the added crapware? Here are five safe websites that don’t bundle software with unwanted installers and such.
We’ve already outlined three of the best direct replacements for Notepad in a previous article. However, if you are looking for more options, here are some text editors that deviate from Notepad’s fundamental design.
Windows 10 shows ads on the Start menu and lock screen. If you’re looking to disable advertisements for personal reasons, here’s how it’s done.
Sometimes you may want to prevent specific Windows users from shutting down your PC. Here’s how to do that on Windows 10.
AutoPlay in Windows enables you to configure how an external device or drive behaves when you plug it in. Here’s how to set Autoplay defaults in Windows 10.
In Windows you can’t charge any device through your USB ports if your computer is in sleep mode unless you uncheck a box in settings. Here’s how!
Ever noticed the brightness of the display on Windows 10 adjusts without doing anything? That’s Adaptive Brightness, and here’s how to disable it.
If you frequently deal with Windows Registry, here’s a way to bookmark Windows Registry locations so that you can easily find them later.
Looking for an easy way to see the battery usage of apps in Windows 10? You can use Battery Saver to see which apps consume the most or least power.
If you ever need to reinstall Windows, having a list of all the installed software will make things easier. Here’s how to see all software installed on your PC.
There may be times when you need to securely delete your data on your hard drive so that it is not recoverable. Super Eraser does that and leaves no traces. Check it out.