A favourite with Mac OS X users, the ability to have multiple desktops running concurrently is now included in Windows 10 and it’s great. Whether you have loads of apps open or a week’s worth of Office documents, virtual desktops lets you organise your space.
Notifications are a giant pain in Windows 10; there’s just too many of them, and some are unnecessary.
Here are some keyboard shortcuts you may want to be aware of, ones that will really help your daily workflow.
If you’re on a Windows 10 laptop or tablet and your battery is running low, Windows 10 is smart enough to begin throttling back background services and other threads so that you can squeeze the last bit of battery life out of your machine.
The Start Menu is such a huge improvement over what came with Windows 8.1 that it’s almost impossible to describe the relief. It combines the best elements of Windows 7 and Windows 8. And it’s also fully customizable.
1. Update everything you can Updating your operating system and applications helps improve a lot of things, including making sure things are running smoothly and being more secure.
Hackers will try anything to gain access to your personal details and data in an attempt to profit from them. Any device attached to your PC should be viewed as a threat, and that now includes your speakers.
If you want to protect your devices or files, we recommend using one of the below top antivirus protections of 2016. We are a proud Partner of Trend Micro and can safely recommend Trend Micro to be a great option for protection.
When you’re first setting up Windows 10, make sure to select a Custom install so you can modify the privacy settings, instead of going with the Express install.If you already installed it, no worries.
Google has a lot of helpful free apps available, but it comes at a cost of privacy. Gmail is great for emails, but you receive targeted ads. Google Maps is one of the best map applications, but you have to hand up your location privacy…