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. Continue reading “Find if You Are Running 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 10”
How to Copy Folder Structure without Copying Files in Windows 10
You may have a complicated folder structure that includes many folder and subfolder hierarchy with plenty of files saved in those folders. Now you need to re-create the same folder hierarchy on a different partition, drive, or network location. Continue reading “Copy Folder Structure without Copying Files in Windows 10”
The File Explorer file utility in Windows 10 has a new default location called ‘Quick Access’. It shows your recently used files and folders you visit frequently. They both appear under their own groups in the Quick Access Folder.
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Microsoft has released nine major versions since its first release in 1985. After 29 years, Windows looks very different, but still familiar with the elements that have stood the test of time, increase computing power and – most recently – move away from the keyboard and mouse on the touch screen. Continue reading “List of Windows Operating System Version Numbers”
The Windows logo key (Win) is very often used in Windows and in third-party applications. This key is even more used in the family of modern Windows operating systems. Many operating system features have an alternative keyboard shortcut that does the same, many of which are a combination of a Windows logo key and letters. Here are the keyboard shortcuts and hotkeys that are commonly used. Continue reading “Keyboard Shortcuts with Windows Logo Key”
In order to test a registry tweak without a reboot, you can close the explorer.exe process and then start it again. I will show you different methods to restart Explorer (shell). Continue reading “How To Restart Explorer in Windows 10”
Registry Editor is a tool for advanced users who need to change Windows settings which are not available in the GUI. The main purpose of the Registry Editor is to view and change the settings in the system registry. Some Registry keys cannot be accessed due to their permissions. To get access to such a registry key, you’ll need to take ownership and grant full access permissions to your user account. This post explains the required procedure.
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Windows 10 File Explorer opens by default to the new Quick Access folder, which wasn’t available in previous versions of the operating system. It includes two main sections: Frequent folders and Recent files. This post explains how to pin Frequent folders to the Start or taskbar in order to open it directly with one click.
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Windows 10 Creators Update version 1706 is getting a new way to share things between apps and a new Share user interface. There is a way to try out the new Share UI right now using a Registry tweak. You need to be running Windows 10 build 14971 or above.
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Windows 10 build 14393 and later have a hidden option in Settings. It is called “Share” and can be enabled with a Registry tweak. Once enabled, the Share page will allow you to configure apps visible in the Share pane of Windows 10.
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