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Notification area Quick Action buttons

In Windows 8, there was nothing like a dedicated Notification area but it had a Charms bar which led users to navigate through PC Settings. Windows 10 has kept flavors Read more »

How To Name Apps Group In Windows 10 Start Menu

Windows 10 Technical Preview Build 9926 has included a new feature. This feature will enable users to add Apps Group and move several apps under the common Apps group. This Read more »

How To use Start screen instead of Start menu in Windows 10

Windows 10 brought back the iconic Start Menu which was removed from Windows 8. The removal resulted in degrading number of users for Windows. Users were used to the flexibility Read more »

User Tracking does not work in Windows 10 build 9879

User Tracking is a privacy policy setting in Windows operating system which keeps track of the user functions. This settings looks after what programs is run by the user, which Read more »

How to Change Number of Recent Items to Display in Jump Lists in Windows 10

Recent Items are displayed in Windows 10 whenever we right click or long press any application on the taskbar. Not only taskbar but in Start menu and individual applications, we Read more »

How to Choose Folders for OneDrive Selective Sync in Windows 10

Windows 10 has enabled a new feature called OneDrive Selective Sync. This selective sync feature has enhanced the flexibility to customize the files you wan to sync to your cloud. Read more »

How to Add Toggle Start Menu or Start Screen to Desktop Context Menu in Windows 10?

Windows 10 has formed a consolidated start screen and all apps screen. So basically you will not need to toggle from one screen to another. Hence, Windows 10 has removed Read more »

Upload files on OneDrive in Batches

Windows 10 Technical preview has brought so many changes and enhancements and we have seen that in every build, it has intended to strengthen its integration with OneDrive. You can Read more »

Task View in Windows 10

In Windows 10 a new feature has been introduced called Task View. As the name suggests, Task View is a virtual desktop manager that provides you the liberty to instantly Read more »