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  1. Tired of seeing backgrounds provided by Microsoft on your Windows 10 lock screen? With a trip to Settings, you can choose a custom background image or even set up a custom slideshow from a group of images. Here’s how to set it up. First, open “Settings” by clicking the “Start” button and selecting the small gear. Or you can press Windows+i on your keyboard. In “Settings,” select “Personalization.” In “Personalization,” select “Lock screen” from the sidebar. In Lock screen settings, locate the drop-down menu labeled “Background,” which is just below the loc
  2. Steam Windows has had a calculator app since the beginning, and it’s always been handy. In Windows 10, you can pin the calculator on top of whatever you’re doing. That could be a detailed strategy game or an intense Exel session. Try Windows 10’s Built-in Calculator Windows 10’s built-in calculator has an always-on-top mode, too. It can stay always on top of whatever desktop apps you’re using. We’re covering another cool trick in this article: Using the Xbox Game Bar’s little-known widgets to get a calculator that can stay always on top anywhere in Windows, including inside
  3. The Calculator is one of the few apps that has been included in every single version of Windows. Obviously, it’s changed a lot over the years. In Windows 10, the Calculator has the handy ability to stay on top. The Calculator app for Windows 10 is a touch-friendly version of the desktop calculator in previous versions of Windows. You can open multiple calculators at the same time in resizable windows on the desktop and switch between Standard, Scientific, Programmer, Date calculation, and Converter modes. To get started, select the Start button, and then select Calculator in th
  4. This is an exceptional media player with EPG to play your IPTV channels on your Windows Phone, Windwos10, and Xbox One. You can simply load your M3U playlist from storage or remote source and you are good to go. What is M3U? You can download this app via the link below: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/myiptv-player/9pjj2nmbf0tr MyIPTV Player App features HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) and MPEG TS supported Channels are automatically grouped based on channel data EPG support built-in - Recording option for channels Favorites management built-in
  5. This is an exceptional media player with EPG to play your IPTV channels on your Windows Phone, Windwos10, and Xbox One. You can simply load your M3U playlist from storage or remote source and you are good to go. What is M3U? You can download this app via the link below: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/myiptv-player/9pjj2nmbf0tr MyIPTV Player App features HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) and MPEG TS supported Channels are automatically grouped based on channel data EPG support built-in - Recording option for channels Favorites management built-in
  6. Microsoft If your computer runs Windows 10 and you also have an Android phone, you should probably be using Microsoft’s Your Phone app. You can do a lot with it, including making and receiving phone calls on your PC. Let’s do it! What You’ll Need The Your Phone app is preinstalled on Windows 10 PCs. When connected to an Android device, it can mirror your notifications, sync photos, and send text messages. You can also use the app to place and receive calls from your phone through your PC. To make phone calls using the Your Phone app, your devices must meet the following requir
  7. Need a quick but powerful way to rename large groups of files in Windows 10? Using Microsoft’s free PowerToys, all that power is only a right-click away thanks to the PowerRename module. Here’s how to use it. Install PowerToys and Enable PowerRename Before all this exciting renaming action can begin, you’ll first need to download PowerToys from Microsoft’s website. To get it, visit this link in your favorite browser and look for the latest release toward the top of the page, which will have a name similar to “PowerToysSetup-0.27.1-x64.exe.” Download that file and run it to install Pow
  8. 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
  9. 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
  10. The Windows 10 Start menu includes a handy list of shortcuts to common locations (such as Pictures, Downloads, Settings) in a tiny sidebar. Using Settings, you can customize which shortcuts appear there. Here’s how to do it. First, launch “Settings” by opening the “Start” and clicking the “Gear” icon (or by pressing Windows+I). This gear icon for Settings is an example of one of the shortcuts we’ll be customizing. In Settings, click “Personalization.” In Personalization, select “Start” from the sidebar. In Start settings, scroll to the bottom of the window and c
  11. How to Hide Most Used Apps in the Start Menu on Windows 10: While using Windows 10, you might see a list of “Most Used” apps in your Start menu. Whether you’d like to simplify to Start menu or conceal the list due to privacy concerns, hiding the most used apps list is easy. Here’s how to do it. When enabled, the “Most Used” section of the Start menu keeps track of which apps you use the most, and it displays them in a Start menu list. If you’d like to remove the Most Used app list from the Start menu, we’ll need to visit Windows Settings. First, launch “Settings” by opening the
  12. Originally, Windows 10 would ask if you wanted to switch to Tablet Mode if you disconnected your keyboard or folded your convertible PC. Starting with the October 2020 Update, Windows 10 now automatically switches your machine to tablet mode without asking. If you prefer, it’s easy to turn this off in Settings. Here’s how. First, open Windows “Settings.” The easiest way is to open the Start menu and click the small gear icon in the tiny sidebar on the left. Or you can press Windows+i on your keyboard. In “Settings,” click “System.” In the “System” sidebar, click “Tab
  13. Everything You Need/Shutterstock The Windows 10 Menu key launches a context menu you’d normally access by right-clicking your mouse. However, some keyboards don’t have a Menu key. If yours is missing, you can create one by mapping the Menu function to another key you don’t use very often. Remapping with PowerToys Thanks to a free utility called Microsoft PowerToys, you can easily reassign any key to work like any other. In this case, we’ll be assigning the Menu key’s function to a spare key on your keyboard. First, if you don’t have PowerToys installed on Windows 10, you ca
  14. How to Create a Desktop Shortcut for Locking Your Windows 10 PC: If you’re working on a document and have to leave your computer for a little while, you can protect your work by “locking” your computer. Locking your computer keeps your files safe while you are away from your computer. There are several different ways you can lock your Windows 10 PC like the Windows key+L keyboard shortcut. If your Windows key is broken but you still want a quick way to lock your PC, create a desktop shortcut. First, right-click anywhere on the Desktop and a menu will appear. Here, hover your cursor over t
  15. If you often use virtual desktops in Windows 10 to manage your workspaces, you might find that keeping track of windows between them can sometimes be a hassle. Luckily, Windows makes it easy to move windows between virtual desktops. Here’s how. How to Drag and Drop Windows Between Virtual Desktops Using your mouse or a touchscreen, you can easily drag windows between virtual desktops using the Task View sceen. To open “Task View,” click the “Task View” button on your taskbar or press Windows+Tab. (If you don’t see a “Task View” button on the taskbar, right-click the taskbar and s
  16. If you need to perform a simple task like resizing an image on your Windows 10 PC, you don’t need to use software with a steep learning curve like Photoshop. You can do it using Microsoft Paint 3D. Here’s how it’s done. Open Paint 3D on your computer by typing “Paint 3D” in the Windows Search bar and selecting “Paint 3D” from the search results. Once open, select “Menu,” found in the top-left corner of the window. Next, click “Insert.” Once selected, File Explorer will open. Navigate to the location of the image you would like to crop and then click “Open.”
  17. You can launch applications and programs using the Command Prompt—and Microsoft Edge is no exception. You can also use Command Prompt to launch Edge in InPrivate Browsing mode, open a specific website, or restore the previous session. Here’s how. To launch Microsoft Edge using Command Prompt, you’ll need to have already downloaded and installed Edge. These steps work for both the Legacy Edge and Chromium-based Edge. RELATED: How to Quickly Find Specific System Settings on Windows 10 Launch Edge Using Command Prompt Open Command Prompt by typing “cmd” in the Windows Search ba
  18. 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
  19. How to Stop Dropbox from Opening at Startup on Windows or Mac: Dropbox is a handy way to synchronize files across devices via the cloud. By default, Dropbox starts whenever you turn on your Windows PC or Mac, but sometimes you might not want it to. Here’s how to make sure it doesn’t launch when you startup. First, open Dropbox. Click the “Dropbox” icon in the Windows notification area (at the bottom-right corner of your screen) or on the Mac menu bar (at the top-right corner of your screen.) In the Dropbox menu, click your account’s avatar, which may also look like a circle with your init
  20. With the Windows 7 end-of-support deadline now receding in the rear view mirror, users of the aged OS no longer seem to be in any rush to upgrade to Windows 10. Windows 7 users who missed the operating system's mid-January support deadline weren't in any hurry last month to dump the operating system. According to data published Sunday by American analytics company Net Applications, Windows 7 shed just four-tenths of a percentage point in February, ending the month at 25.2%. Windows 7 accounted for 28.6% of the personal computers running the Microsoft OS. (The percentage of
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