Windows 11 keyboard shortcuts – the full list of hotkeys

This post will show you Windows 11 keyboard shortcut list, including the new Windows 11 hotkeys along with the full list of keyboard shortcuts available in the newest OS. Among the family of operating systems, Windows 8 was the first system in which specially adapted to touch screens. At the same time, it included new combinations of hotkeys, sharpened for working with touch screens. Continue reading “Windows 11 keyboard shortcuts – the full list of hotkeys”

Windows 11 Show Hidden Files in File Explorer

In this tutorial you will learn how to show hidden files in Windows 11 File Explorer. Microsoft updated the File Explorer software with a new style. The new look doesn’t include the Ribbon. The new toolbar works well for both mouse+keyboard and touch-based devices. Continue reading “Windows 11 Show Hidden Files in File Explorer”

Windows 11: How to Add or Remove Startup Apps

In this guide, we’ll go over the basic ways to add or remove startup apps in Windows 11 to get things done efficiently on your device. When you turn on your computer, it is convenient for certain software to start automatically. OneDrive is a good example, as syncing to the cloud is often the first step after signing in. There are several ways to add or remove a program from the list of software that automatically starts with the OS. Continue reading “Windows 11: How to Add or Remove Startup Apps”

Google Chrome Enable Live Captions

This tutorial will show you how to enable Live Captions in Google Chrome. If you enable it, the browser will automatically create subtitles for the audio and video played on web pages. It will show text in a floating window that you can expand and drag anywhere on the screen. Continue reading “Google Chrome Enable Live Captions”

View Restore Point Contents on Windows 11 and Windows 10

This tutorial will show you how to view restore point contents on Windows 11 and Windows 10. If you have system protection enabled, after a certain time and before installing software that makes major changes to the system configuration, Windows will create restore points.  A restore point is a backup copy of the most important system files. It may include files of installed programs and files that store user account settings. If an issue occurs on the computer, the user can run the Roll Back To Restore Point wizard with the rstrui command and complete the restore procedure. Continue reading “View Restore Point Contents on Windows 11 and Windows 10”

How to check if your PC is compatible with Windows 11

Immediately after the presentation of the new operating system, Microsoft revealed Windows 11 system requirements . They are unreasonably high. This means that many users will not be able to install Windows 11, at least not in an officially supported way. Continue reading “How to check if your PC is compatible with Windows 11”

How to track connections to shared folders on local network on Windows

In this tutorial, you see how to track connections to shared folders on local network on Windows. If you decide to open access to folders on your work or home computer, you will probably also want to know who and when connects to your shared directories. You may be also interested in learning what files other people view or edit. Continue reading “How to track connections to shared folders on local network on Windows”

Windows 11 Open Advanced Startup Options

This tutorial will show you how to open Advanced Startup Options in Windows 11, which allows you to access WinRE. Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE) is a mini operating system that includes a basic set of drivers and tools for troubleshooting and recovery. Continue reading “Windows 11 Open Advanced Startup Options”

Install Windows 11 without TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot

You can install Windows 11 without TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot. Suddenly, Microsoft decided to limit the installation of Windows 11 insider builds by requiring a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) on the computer. Amazingly quickly enthusiasts reacted to Microsoft’s restrictions that prevent Windows from updating to version 11 and a clean install of the latter. Continue reading “Install Windows 11 without TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot”