The Task Manager application opens to Processes tab by default in Windows 10. There is a secret hidden way to open it to the Startup tab directly. You can use this trick to create a shortcut to open the Task Manager's Startup tab directly.
This post explains how to enable or disable Edge extensions support using the Local Group Policy Editor, command prompt, or the registry. This can be useful if you need to prevent users from running extensions on Microsoft Edge.
Microsoft Edge is a new browser in Windows 10. It shows a speaker icon on tabs that are producing sounds.
It is possible to make Edge always show the address bar when a new tab or the start page opened. With a Registry tweak you can make Microsoft Edge always show the address bar by default. Here is how it can be done.
This post explains how to enable or disable the download prompt in in Microsoft Edge in Windows 10. When you have downloaded a file, Edge shows a pop-up dialog at the bottom of the window. You turn it off using Edge's settings. Or, you can change a value in the Registry.
This post explains a couple of methods that could be used to avoid accidentally closing tabs in Edge on Windows 10.
When you wake the device from Windows 10 from sleep mode, it asks for a password if you set it up earlier. If this behavior annoys you, you can quickly disable the sleep password in Windows 10. Here’s how to do it.
You spent a lot of money to get yourself a new computer, and you are very excited about it. You feel that it works quite smoothly and quickly. But have you ever wondered how much faster your new PC is compared to other computers on the market? Maybe you feel that it is not as fast as you expected, so how do you know why and what is going on?
Windows Defender is the built-in security solution in Windows 10. It provides basic protection against threats. In recent Windows 10 builds, Windows Defender is part of Windows Defender Security Center. This post explains how to reliably disable Windows Defender in Windows 10.
In older Windows versions, the user had the ability to go fullscreen mode for the command prompt. Before Windows 10, Windows XP was the last version where this worked. In Windows Vista and above, Microsoft removed fullscreen mode for the command prompt. This has been changed in Windows 10.