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  1. How to End a Task Using Windows 10’s Task Manager: If you need to force a frozen or buggy application to close in Windows 10, you can end a task easily using Windows’ built-in Task Manager utility. Here’s how to do it. First, open Task Manager. To do so, right-click the taskbar and select “Task Manager” from the pop-up menu. Alternately, you can press Ctrl+Shift+Escape to open it, or press Ctrl+Alt+Delete and select “Task Manager” from the screen that appears. If Task Manager opens in simple mode and you see the name of the task you’d like to end listed, simply select the app n
  2. Prior to the May 2019 Update, Windows 10 utilized a dark Start menu, toolbar, context menus, and action center with light-colored apps. Now it defaults to a light theme by default—and if you enable dark mode, all your apps turn dark. Here’s how to get a dark OS interface with light apps again. First, run Windows Settings by opening the “Start” menu and clicking the gear icon. Or you can press Windows+I on your keyboard. When “Settings opens, select “Personalization.” RELATED: Working From Home Makes Cyberattacks More Likely In the “Personalization” sidebar, sele
  3. Microsoft Do you use Edge as your default browser? Why not? You should switch back right now. That’s the message you’ll soon see every time you open Windows 10’s Settings app, courtesy of Microsoft. This change is part of Windows 10’s upcoming 21H1 update, which will arrive sometime in Spring 2021. Microsoft says it’s “exploring” including this in Windows, so there’s no guarantee it will make it to the final stable version. However, many Windows Insiders using build 20197 are already seeing it. In its initial state, a “Web browsing” icon now appears next to the OneDrive and Window
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