Here’s how to install WSL Linux subsystem on Windows 11 in just a couple of clicks, allowing you to use Linux without having to install a double-boot operating system or virtual machines. Continue reading “How to install WSL Linux subsystem on Windows 11”
In this article, you will find all the ways to open Terminal in Windows 11. Windows Terminal is a new console application for Windows that allows you to run classic Command Prompt, PowerShell, and WSL in different tabs. Continue reading “How to open Windows Terminal in Windows 11”
This tutorial will show you how to hide OneDrive from Explorer left pane in Windows 11. The left area is the navigation pane of File Explorer that lists Quick Access, Drives, This PC, and network icons. Continue reading “How to hide OneDrive from Explorer left pane in Windows 11”
Learn how to open apps in full screen mode in Windows 11 in our guide. Many Store apps, games and applications have full screen mode so that users have more free space for content on the screen. Other applications, however, cannot boast of similar features. Continue reading “How to open apps in full screen mode in Windows 11”
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to set a different wallpaper for each monitor in Windows 11, as well as what to do if the required option is missing from the Settings app. All modern versions of Windows can set different wallpapers on different screens if two or more monitors are connected to your computer. However, in Windows 11, Microsoft made the process a bit more complicated.
In this tutorial, you will find out where to find the default wallpapers in Windows 11. Unlike macOS, where you just need to access the default system backgrounds, choosing stock wallpapers in Windows 11 is a bit of a weird and counterintuitive process. The settings app only displays the last five images, which is why many users may not even be aware of the existence of standard backgrounds. Continue reading “How to find default wallpapers in Windows 11”
This tutorial will show you how to automatically hide the taskbar in Windows 11. Auto-hiding the taskbar is still intuitively easy, even though Windows 11 has brought some radical changes to how the taskbar works. This forces many users to re-train their muscle memory when working with the operating system interfaces. Still, many of the familiar functions remained in place, only in slightly other sections of Windows settings. Continue reading “How to automatically hide the taskbar in Windows 11”
You can add the Show Desktop button to the taskbar in Windows 11. Prior to the release of Windows 7, Microsoft by default pinned a special shortcut to the right of the Start button called Show Desktop, which minimized all windows on the screen. Continue reading “Create the Show Desktop button in Windows 11 taskbar”
This tutorial will explain you how to make Wi-Fi Disconnect when connected to Ethernet. If multiple wireless networks are available, Windows 10 will automatically select the Wi-Fi connection with the strongest signal. This will happen regardless of whether this network is used by other devices. Also, the OS doesn’t check if it provides a more or less high connection speed compared to other Wi-Fi networks. Continue reading “How to Make Wi-Fi Disconnect When Connected to Ethernet”
This tutorial will show you how to enable dragging and dropping files to apps on the taskbar in Windows 11. While dragging a file on the app icon in the taskbar was a matter of course in Windows 10, Windows 11 had serious problems with it. In the new version of the OS, the developers have disabled this function.