In Windows 10, Microsoft reduced the size of application icons on the taskbar to 24 x 24. Many users want the have larger icons with size of 32 x 32, similarly to what they were in Windows 7 and 8. Here is a bit of good news - it is can be done with a small freeware tool.
A freeware hard drive utility called CrystalDiskInfo can be used to find how many hours a hard drive installed in your Windows 10 device have been running, and how many times it has been turned on and off.
How to enable Always on Top Mode for Calculator in Windows 10
A new feature, Always on Top Mode, is available in the Windows 10 Calculator app. In this post, you'll learn the steps to enable or disable the feature.
How to Disable Windows Animations in Windows 10
You may wonder how to turn off the window animations in Windows 10. Some users do not like those effects. If you are one of them, you might want to turn them off. Luckily, you can still turn off minimizing and maximizing window effects completely. Follow the instructions in this guide.
How To Hide The System Recovery Drive Partition in Windows 10
The Recovery partition is a special partition on the hard drive that exists on almost all OEM Windows computers. It’s created by the OEM vendors and is used for to keep OS image that these days replaces the recovery discs that used to come with new computers. If you are using an OEM computer, such as ones you bought from Dell, HP, etc., you will have a special partition available on the drive of your new computer.
How to Install Windows 10 on a UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) Computer
If your new computer came with UEFI instead of an outdated BIOS, you can get significantly faster boot times for your Windows OS. UEFI is intended for faster hardware initialization and then delegation of the OS boot process. To take advantage of UEFI, you need to correctly install Windows in UEFI mode. Here is what you need to do for Windows 10.
How to Find If Your PC is Ready for Windows XP Mode
One of the requirements for Windows XP Mode is the virtualization support by the hardware. This exactly means that the CPU has either AMD-V or Intel VT technology supported, and it can be enabled in BIOS and supported by motherboard. You can find it by following these simple steps.
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.
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.