How to Find if You Are Running 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 10
Sometimes, users may get confused which version of Windows 10 they have installed, because they can't tell if they are running 32-bit Windows or 64-bit. To check whether you’re using a 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows 10, you need no third-party apps.
How To Switch App Windows Directly in Windows 10 Taskbar Without Clicking on Thumbnails
In Windows 10, the taskbar button grouping feature is turned on by default. In this mode, clicking on a group button makes it show a list of window thumbnails. You can make the taskbar switch to the last active program window in the group with a single click.
Microsoft today released the first preview of the revived Windows PowerToys apps. It is a new branch of the good old PowerToys product which is optimized for Windows 10.
A new information reveals that Microsoft is in process of making new colorful icons for its first-party Windows 10 apps, ending the era of black and white and blue Metro icons.
How to Copy Folder Structure without Copying Files in Windows 10
You may have a complicated folder structure that includes many folder and subfolder hierarchy with plenty of files saved in those folders. Now you need to re-create the same folder hierarchy on a different partition, drive, or network location.
How to Disable a Network Adapter in Windows 10
In Windows 10, the modern Settings app still doesn't allow to quickly disable a network adapter. Here are the alternative ways to disable a network adapter in the OS.
This post explains various methods you can use to defragment a drive in Windows 10, including the graphical tool 'MMC', the console
defrag command, and PowerShell.
The File Explorer file utility in Windows 10 has a new default location called 'Quick Access'. It shows your recently used files and folders you visit frequently. They both appear under their own groups in the Quick Access Folder.
In Windows 10, Microsoft reduced the size of application icons on the taskbar to 24 x 24. Many users want the have larger icons with size of 32 x 32, similarly to what they were in Windows 7 and 8. Here is a bit of good news - it is can be done with a small freeware tool.
A freeware hard drive utility called CrystalDiskInfo can be used to find how many hours a hard drive installed in your Windows 10 device have been running, and how many times it has been turned on and off.