You can Remove Windows Terminal from the Context menu in Windows 10. The "open in Windows Terminal" item appears there after installing the app from the Microsoft Store.
Now the command to launch the Windows Terminal app in an open directory is integrated directly into the context menu. All you need to do is right-click on an empty space or folder and select Open in Windows Terminal.
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How to enable Go Back with Backspace in Firefox. The Firefox browser allowed you to go to the previous page (back) using the Backspace keys. However, with the release of Firefox 86, this feature will become a thing of the past, as the developers will reassign the function of this button and leave it for use when editing text fields. In this tutorial, you will find instructions on how to enable backspace using the Backspace buttons in Mozilla Firefox.
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You can now disable content adaptive brightness control on your display thanks to changes Microsoft made to displays settings in Windows 10. This tutorial will guide you how to get done this task.
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It is possible to remove and reinstall Camera App in Windows 10 if it misbehaves for your user account. This is the step you should take if the reset and repair Settings option for the app didn’t help. Continue reading "Remove and Reinstall Camera App in Windows 10"
You can turn off Before you continue to YouTube message if you are annoyed to see it every time you open YouTube in inPrivate window of Microsoft Edge or Incognito in Google Chrome. It shows that message in order to make the user to accept cookies. As private mode doesn't store storage of cookies, this cookie consent message keeps popping out every time you load the site. Continue reading "How to turn off Before you continue to YouTube message"
You can disable Reading List in Google Chrome if you don't like it. On macOS and iOS, Safari and Microsoft Edge have a Collections feature that lets you save pages and articles for later reading. This is a kind of analog of the Pocket service in Firefox, which does not require the installation of add-ons. Until recently, Google Chrome, the world's most popular browser, did not have such features, but the developers are now actively working on the Reading List option. Continue reading "How to Disable Reading List in Google Chrome"
Here you can download new icons from Windows 10 Build 21343 and apply them in older Windows versions. A few days ago Microsoft surprised users with the new icons in the Insider Preview build 21343. Continue reading "Download New Icons from Windows 10 Build 21343"
Here is how you can add or remove Search Tabs Button from Google Chrome.
With Google Chrome 89, the Mountain View based search giant brought a new feature to the browser. It now has a dedicated Search Tabs button in the titlebar. Google does a gradual roll-out, so it may not be visible right now in your browser. Continue reading "How to Add or Remove Search Tabs Button from Google Chrome"
You may want to disable vertical maximizing of windows in Windows 10 if you often click on the title bar and accidentally resize running apps and open documents. In this tutorial we will see how to only disable vertical maximizing of windows, but keep other snapping features working. Continue reading "Disable Vertical Maximizing of Windows in Windows 10"
This tutorial includes the list of Mstsc.exe RDP Keyboard Shortcuts in Windows 10. RDP stands for Remote Desktop Connection. It is a network software and a protocol that allows establishing a connection between two computers and access the desktop of a remote host.
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