Today we are going to turn to Windows PCs
Let’s take a look at some of the tricks you may not be aware of in Windows 10, the major operating system for most computer users….
If you want to minimize the rest of the software you want to use when most windows are open on the screen, move the title bar of the Windows title bar with the mouse cursor. The rest of Windows will be Minimized.
Cool hmm: d
2.Use Command Prompt Like a Pro
Try Command Prompt with a boring black background. Windows + R> cmd> enter, then right-click the title of the cmd window and change the colors in the portperties.
Windows 10 Dark Mode
In the Dark Mode trend, Windows Apps will run in Dark Mode. Setting> Personalization> Colors> Choose your app mode> Dark.
You do not want to be frustrated if you cannot get the right pitch so invest in a good capo. Go to Settings >> System >> Notifications & actions and turn off Noti’s apps အာရုံ: 3
5.Use Virtual Desktop
Click Windows + Tab to open a new desktop and watch movies from any desktop. Over there, doing a good job’s Al 😀
6.Resize Start Menu
Click the Start Menu in the lower left corner. Did you know that it can be expanded? Squeeze the edges with the cursor. Zoom in… xD
(Admin can not see the minimized)
7.Snip & Sketch
Press Shift + Windows + S to bring up the Screen Capture menu. You can crop the snap screen to any location you like. Then you can repeat the sketch.
Especially for those who use two displays, if you want to set up a monitor and rotate the display vertically, just press Ctrl + Alt + D with the arrow you want to rotate.
9. Set Reminders with Cortana
Cortana, Windows’s Personal Assistance You can setup and call ‘Hey Cortana’.
10.Use Windows 10 TimeLine
When you double-click the Windows + Tab, you will see the Windows 10 Timeline. You can view your history in a month. You can search for your past activities by clicking the search icon. If you want to hide videos, you can right-click the timeline and remove it. This is very useful when you want to find a document that you created a week ago. (Under Settings> system> about, you can use the Timeline only on Windows 10 version 1803 and above.)