How to Hide Search and Task View from Taskbar in Windows 10

Windows 10 comes with a Search box and a Task View button enabled on the taskbar. They take up valuable space on the taskbar. Although they look like any other regular pinned app, they have no context menu. Windows 10 users may want to hide these controls to get more room for running apps. Here is how to get rid of the Search box and the Task View button on the taskbar.

Disable The Fluent Design In Windows 10

With Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, Microsoft introduced its vision for the future of user interface design. You can now see the fluent design in the Start menu, Action Center, Settings app, Share flyout, Microsoft Edge, Photos, and in other apps. If you are not happy with this revamped look of apps, here is how you can get it of it.

Enable Text Suggestions For Hardware Keyboard in Windows 10

Windows 10 includes a touch keyboard for computers and tablets with a touch screen which supports Auto Correction and Auto Suggestions. When you touch any text field on your tablet, the touch keyboard appears on the screen. The recent versions of Windows 10 come with an ability to enable Text Suggestions for the hardware keyboard.

Replace Default User Account Avatar in Windows 10

By default, Windows 10 assigns a barebones user avatar for every user account with a grey background and the user represented by white curves. The user picture is visible during sign in, as well as in the Start menu as a small rounded thumbnail image. This post explains how to change the default user picture to a custom image.

How To Direct Download Windows 10 Official ISO Images

Microsoft downloads page for Windows 10 recommends the user to use Windows Media Creation Tool. It is an app which can be used to upgrade Windows 10, download the latest Windows 10 ISO file, and create a bootable USB drive.