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.

How To View And Clear Activity History In Windows 10

The activity history is used for the Cortana’s pick up where you left off feature. The feature allows you to resume apps, docs and other activities that you were doing before restarting your PC. The activity history is shared between your devices so you can continue on another device.

Set Network Location To Public Or Private In Windows 10

This post explains  how to set your network as Public or Private. When you are signing in to your account for the very first time, the OS asks you to set your network location type to either Public or Private. You can change the current network profile to Public or Private at any moment.

Reset OneDrive In Windows 10

OneDrive is a cloud storage service from Microsoft integrated with Windows 10. The OneDrive folder appears in the navigation pane of File Explorer, and there is a dedicated OneDrive app for Windows 10. When the OneDrive app is running it automatically syncs files and folders in the background. If you encounter syncing issues with OneDrive, you may want to reset it completely.

Hide Neighborhood WiFi from Network List in Windows 10

When you click on the Wi-Fi network icon in the system tray (notification area), you will see the network flyout with the list of Wireless network broadcasts available for your place. In most cases, you will see many SSIDs from your neighborhood which are absolutely useless. You can create a filter to hide those unneeded SSIDs from the list.