Enable Mono Audio in Windows 10

How to Enable Mono Audio in Windows 10

Mono audio is an accessibility feature of Windows 10 that makes sure that even if a listener has an issue with one ear or one audio channel, he will never miss a word or sound of audio playing in a stereo headset or multi-channel speakers. Usually, audio streams include at least left and right channels. So, the listener receives a different audio stream from both channels with different sounds. Unlike stereo, mono audio plays the same stream via both channels.

Create Shortcut to Advanced Startup Options in Windows 10

How to Create Shortcut to Advanced Startup Options in Windows 10

Windows 10 has a number of troubleshooting and recovery tools in the boot menu, placed under Advanced Startup options. They are useful when you run into issue that you cannot fix in the regular Windows 10 session. E.g. you can use them to overwrite or delete some in-use files. To open Advanced Startup Options faster, you can create a shortcut to directly start Windows 10 in Advanced Startup mode.

Disable These Files Might Be Harmful to Your Computer Message

How to Disable 'These Files Might Be Harmful to Your Computer' Message in Windows 10

When you connect to a network share by making a network drive from a remote folder, and accessing it by IP address of the server, Windows 10 show a message These Files Might Be Harmful to Your Computer once you open a file stored there. You may want to get rid of that annoying message.

Reset Settings app in Windows 10

How to Reset the Settings app in Windows 10

Microsoft introduced a Settings app in Windows 10 to replace the classic Control panel program. Due to this reason, most of the classic options have received their modern counterparts in the Settings app. With Windows 10, Microsoft wants users to start using the Settings app for all customization tasks.

Turn On or Off HDR and WCG Color for Display in Windows 10

How to Turn On or Off HDR and WCG Color for a Display in Windows 10

The Windows 10 operating system includes support for HDR videos (HDR). The HDR video format eliminates various limitations of classic SDR video signals and adds a greater brightness and color to the picture.

Change App for Edit Menu for Images in Windows 10

How to Change the App for the Edit Menu for Images  in Windows 10 File Explorer

In Windows 10, File Explorer includes the Edit command in the context menu for images. If you right-click an image, and select Edit, the image will be opened in Microsoft Paint. In this article, we will see how to change the app for the Edit command and replace it with an image editor of your choice.

Open Folder Options in Windows 10 (Various Methods)

How to Open Folder Options in Windows 10

Folder Options is a dialog box that allow you to configure settings and change preferences for File Explorer of Windows 10. It comes with three tabs  - General, View, and Search, that include options that can be applied to all folders, or to the currently open folder only.

Change Notification Timeout in Windows 10

How to Change Notification Timeout in Windows 10 and Make It Last Longer

The Action Center has been updated in Windows 10, featuring a new notification system. Windows 10 has replaced all kinds of notifications including the classic balloon tooltips with flat toast notifications. They appear for all events and activities you do on your PC, e.g. when you insert a flash drive. By default, notifications are visible for 5 seconds before they hide into the Action Center. Here is how to change the notification timeout to make notifications last longer.

Find if You Are Running 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 10

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.