The new clock panel in Windows 10 is neat and elegant but not as appealing as the previous. If you want to bring the old clock back in Windows 10, follow this tutorial.
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The PowerShell and Command Prompt in Windows may look similar at first glance, but there are significant differences between both of them. This article discusses those differences.
Microsoft recently released the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book. Here is what you need to know about them.
There are various ways to open the task manager in Windows. Knowing them is useful and will help you in different situations when your PC is unresponsive.
Windows 10 has its own downsides and cavities that bother users from time to time. Here are a few things that suck about Windows 10.
When installing Windows 8, you can choose your desired language by default. Did you know you can also add a new language on your keyboard? Here’s how to do that.
The Windows 10 activation procedure has changed; you no longer have to re-enter the same Product key during reinstallation. Here’s everything you need to know.
Looking to customize the lock screen in Windows 10 to suit your needs? Here’s how to customize it with widgets, quick notifications, and custom wallpapers.
The first user account you create in Windows is the administrator account. For better security, it is best to work with a standard user account. Let’s check out how you can enable and create a standard user account in Windows.
If you want to save some precious taskbar space, here is how you can easily remove the Cortana search bar and Task View icons from the Windows 10 taskbar.
When renaming multiple files, you sometimes need much more control over how you batch rename files. Here are some great bulk renaming utilities for Windows.
Tried Windows 10 and aren’t happy with it? If you’re looking to downgrade from Windows 10 to an earlier version, this tutorial will help you with that.
If you are low on space or just want to save your bandwidth, then it is a good thing to stop Windows from downloading Windows 10 automatically. Here’s how.
If you don’t use the OneDrive app in Windows 10 and want it removed completely, here’s a simple way to uninstall OneDrive for good.
Microsoft made it harder to manage updates in Windows 10; there are no options to hide unwanted updates. So, here’s how to hide updates using PowerShell.
If you’re on Windows 10 and are not satisfied with the new Mail app, Mailbird is a great alternative to Microsoft Outlook and worth checking out.
Windows 10 collects a lot of data which is considered an invasion of privacy. Here are some of the best apps to manage privacy options in Windows 10.
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.