How to enable compact view in File Explorer on Windows 11 and Windows 10

This tutorial will show you how to enable compact view in File Explorer on Windows 11 and Windows 10 and reduce spacing between files. The fall release of Windows 11, as well as the Windows 10 update later in 2021, will bring many visual changes to the operating system from Microsoft. One of these changes is increased indents between files and folders in Explorer. Continue reading “How to enable compact view in File Explorer on Windows 11 and Windows 10”

What is the unsecapp.exe process in Windows 11

This guide will tell you what is the unsecapp.exe process in Windows 11 and if it is safe or not. Spotting a new, previously unseen process in Task Manager for security-conscious users is always a cause for concern, and often completely unnecessary. Those who have already installed Windows 11 may unexpectedly find the unsecapp.exe process in the Task Manager, which they did not notice before. It can be present in one or several instances. Continue reading “What is the unsecapp.exe process in Windows 11”

Delete a network folder with thumbs.db file

What to do if thumbs.db file does not allow you to delete a network folder. Deleting shared network folders is almost the same as deleting regular directories. The only exception here is that there can be more potential problems with deleting network folders. Continue reading “Delete a network folder with thumbs.db file”

Restore Missing View Image Info option in Firefox

This tutorial will show you how to restore the View Image Info option in Firefox image right-click menu. Starting in Mozilla Firefox 88, developers have made significant changes to the browser interface, adding, on the one hand, new functions and removing some of the options on the other. Continue reading “Restore Missing View Image Info option in Firefox”

Firefox remove all passwords and logins

This tutorial will show you a method to delete all logins and remove all passwords in Firefox. The developers of this popular browser have updated the built-in password manager and added the ability to simultaneously remove all saved logins and passwords. That’s useful if you need to get rid of all account data. Continue reading “Firefox remove all passwords and logins”

How to Enable Hidden Power Settings in Windows 10

This tutorial will show you how to enable hidden Power Settings in Windows 10. By default, there are two primary and one secondary power plans available in Windows 8.1 and 10. The main ones are “Balanced” and “High performance”. There is also the additional one is “Power Saver”. Continue reading “How to Enable Hidden Power Settings in Windows 10”

Windows 11 Can’t Save IP Settings

Here are some easy ways to fix Can’t Save IP Settings error in Windows 11. By default, Windows 10 and 11 are configured to automatically obtain an IP address, but this can be changed in Settings -> Network and Internet -> Ethernet or Wi-Fi.  You can manually enter the desired IP address and subnet mask in the Change IP Settings dialog box. This is a simple operation. However, at the time of saving the new configuration, you may receive the error “Can’t Save IP Settings. Check one or more settings and try again.Continue reading “Windows 11 Can’t Save IP Settings”

Add Drive Letter to OneDrive in File Explorer on Windows

This tutorial will show you how to add a drive letter to OneDrive on Windows 11 and Windows 10, so it will appear as a drive in File Explorer. If you actively use the OneDrive cloud storage, we assume that you would like to see its icon not only in the Explorer navigation bar, but also in This PC. This is not difficult to implement.

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Google Chrome useful command line arguments

The Google Chrome browser is one of those programs that, as it seems, cannot have anything to do with the Windows command line. But this is not the case, Chrome supports many command line arguments that can be used to launch a browser with a specific set of functions. Continue reading “Google Chrome useful command line arguments”