Commands in Demand, is a third party app the current version at 9.6, is a collection of commands that may be much needed instantly one time for a purpose for a non-technical users.
Many still like and enjoy the desktop gadgets introduced in Windows Vista. They were completely removed in Windows 8, which made many people sad. Microsoft is pushing live tiles as a replacement, and so they find gadgets unsafe, just like they push Store apps on top of desktop apps. If you can't imagine a desktop without your favorite gadgets, here's how to get them back to Windows 10. Just follow this short guide.
Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), developed originally by Microsoft, is a network protocol that allows people to remotely access a computer using a convenient and easy user interface, as well as input devices such as keyboards and mice. Modern Windows come with their own remote desktop client, which allows you to connect to a remote computer using this protocol. However, for people who constantly need to control multiple machines at the same time, you will need a program that manages multiple connections to make your life easier. Here are some free and useful apps.
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?