Top 20 Windows 10 Tips and Tricks

Top 20 Windows 10 Tips and Tricks

Top 20 Windows 10 Tips and Tricks

Windows 10 has been around for a while and several updates have been released, including the update of the creators of Fall 2017. I will cover several Windows 10 Tips and Tricks that I found useful until the beginning of 2020. I hope you find them useful as well. Here are the Top 20 Windows 10 Tips and Tricks.

Spatial Sound

Spatial Sound offer your computer an easy upgrade to 3D Spatial Sound with the new Windows 10 feature. All you have to do is go to the lower right corner and right click on Volume sound Icon and choose Spatial Sound. From the menu, choose Windows Sonic or Dolby Atmos. Now I have noticed that both sound very similar, but Dolby Atmos requires downloading an application, so I will choose Windows Sonic and press OK. Try that sound quality and see if you notice the difference.

Steps Recorder

Steps Recorder is a way to record your actions in Windows 10 and translates them into a practical document that you can save and share. To run it, go to your Start menu and type Steps Recorder. You will see the Steps Recorder application. Click on that and a simple recorder will open with start and stop. I will go ahead and start the record and do something as simple as opening a browser, moving the browser and pressing stop. All these steps are recorded, including the images followed by a detailed step-by-step instruction of each movement you have made. You can easily save it to a location on your hard drive and then attach it and send it to someone with an explanation of how you wanted to follow some steps. It is really useful to show someone what you are trying to do.

Mostly this application is useful to guide a person who doesn’t have any knowledge about a particular task to be done on to their PC, this application visualize the steps what you are done also helps to create documentation of it.

Media streaming

Multimedia streaming allows you to share music, photos and videos with others on your local network. To enable it, look for your network icon in the lower right corner of your desktop. Right click on and go to Open Network and Sharing Center. Choose this option Change advanced sharing settings and press the down arrow next to all networks. You will see the media streaming menu with Choose media streaming options. Click on that and this is where it enables streaming. You can choose to allow All computers, you can select from All networks or Local networks, and when you are ready with a name, simply press OK and that will make your media files detectable by other computers in your network.

Quick Assist

Quick Assist is available it from Start menu. Simply click Start, type Quick and select the Quick Assist desktop application. This opens the Quick Assistance menu and has two options. You can get assistance from another person or you can provide assistance. In this case, I will select Give assistance. Sign in to your Microsoft account and provide a security code with ten minutes to connect. All you have to do is contact the other person, give him the security code. They choose Get assistance from the menu and enter the code to connect remotely. You can also choose to copy it to your clipboard or send it by email and, once you open the email, you can select that code and connect. Once the code is entered, you will remotely control your desktop and you will be able to browse things along with them on the screen.

Reset This PC

Occasionally we encounter problems with Windows and we must reinstall it. Well, you can avoid doing it by choosing Reset this PC. Go to Start, click on the Settings gear, go to Update and security and choose Recovery from the menu. Right at the top is Reset this PC. If you click Start, it gives you two options. You can keep your files or you can delete everything. Windows takes a few minutes and recovers everything to factory default values. If you choose to keep your files, all your files will be there, but all your applications  which you installed will be deleted from your PC and you will have to reinstall the software, but it is surprising how many problems with Windows this will really solve.

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Fast startup

The quick start has been around since Windows 8, but the fall creators update activated the quick start by default. You can access it by going to the Start menu, going to Settings, click on system, select power and Sleep, choose Additional Power Settings and select Choose what the power buttons do. And here it is with Fast Startup enabled. Turning off your computer doesn’t really turn it off. Enter a hibernate mode that allows a quick start. You may want to disable this feature to disable it completely, but if your speed is your preference, verify that this option is enabled.

To edit this option to enable, click on Change settings that are currently unavailable

Storage Sense

Storage sense helps you get rid of junk files when you are running out of disk space. It is disabled by default, but to activate it, go to Start menu, to Settings, click on System and go to Storage. Here is Storage Sense and, as you can see, it is disabled. Then click on that to activate it and change the way to free up space. When enabled, it automatically removes temporary files that applications do not use and removes files that have been in the recycle bin for 30 days. You can also go to Clean Now and activate those commands automatically. It is a useful tool to maintain this automated process of cleaning disk space.

Snipping tool Windows 10 Tips and Tricks

Snipping tool is a handy application to take screenshot (screen capture) of your screen. To run it, click on the Start menu and simply type Snip. Select the Snipping Tool application and the Snipping Tool opens. Click New and allows you to select an area of ​​the screen and displays it in the cropping tool where you can edit and copy, paste, save and do whatever you want. It comes with ingenious little tools like a pen, you can change the colors, a highlighter or an eraser, and you can select the highlighter, for example, and highlight an area on your screen that you want to identify. You can turn it over and save it, give it a name and send it to someone. It also has a mode option where you can change it to a rectangular cutout that is the standard or you can convert it to a free-form cutout and allows you to highlight an area by drawing a circle around it and then simply capture that information. It makes it very easy to copy information from the screen to share with others.

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Night light

Night Light is a setting to reduce the blue light emitted by your screen that often keeps you awake at night. To enable it, click on the Start menu, go to Settings, click on System and, on the main screen, scroll down to Nightlight. You can check this box to turn it on and you can access the Nightlight Settings to adjust things. If you want to enable it right now, you can click on this button. If you want to adjust the temperature, slide this bar back and forth and you can even set it on a schedule and set the hours when you want to turn it on and when you want to turn it off. Therefore, if you want to use your computer at night, you can enable the Night Light setting.

Aero Shake & Snap Windows 10 Tips and Tricks

Windows 10 brings new capabilities to manage windows on your desktop. If you grab a window and shake it, minimize everything behind it. If you shake it again, bring them back. You can also take a window and upload it to the top so that it appears in full screen. Drag it down and return to the original position. If you drag it to the left, it opens in the middle of the left side of the screen and allows you to select from one of the other windows to appear on the right side of the screen. Drag them down and they will return to their original size. You can also drag a window to the left corner and take it to the area of a quarter of the screen. Drag the others to the other corners and you can adjust Windows by doing the Aero Snap and Aero Shake capabilities.

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Edge Reading View

Windows 10 has replaced Internet Explorer with Edge, but did you know that Edge has a read view option? If you look at this page, there are a series of mixed graphics and advertisements within the text, but if you click on this Reading View option, it becomes a pleasant and readable format and removes a large amount of junk.

System Restore Point

To avoid having to reset your PC as I showed earlier, it is a good idea to create a system restore point. Go to the Start menu, type Restore and click Create a restore point. Now at the bottom, click on Create, type the name and press the Create button. This creates a system restore point if you have any problems with Windows updates or other damage to Windows files. To restore you can click on this System Restore button, click Next and you can select from the list of previous restore points. Press next and your computer will be restored to the state it was in at that time. When I have a good working copy of Windows, I go ahead and make a restore point so I can recover it later if I have problems.

Hidden Start menu

Did you know that Windows has a hidden Start menu? All you have to do is right-click on the Start menu and several options will appear mainly in your system configuration, but it also offers File Explorer and some other options to shutting down or sign out. It is a small and practical quick menu.

Default Apps

Have you ever had an incorrect application load when clicking on a file? Windows 10 has moved the location of the default application settings. Click Start, go to Settings, choose Applications and select Default Applications. The most common applications are listed with their associated default values. Simply click on the application you want to change and select a different one from the list or, if it is not on the list, you can search for it in the App Store. The default applications are listed here, but if you don’t see the one you want to change, you can choose Default applications by file type. This shows hundreds of known file extensions with their associated default application and you can change one by simply clicking on it and selecting it from the list in the same way. So, if the wrong application opens when you click on a file, this is how it fixes it.

In another you can change the default application while opening a file. for that right click on that particular file you want to open. click on properties. in General tab find opens with:  here you can select an application to make a default application to open that file. then click Apply, OK

Download Maps

If you intend to disconnect with a mobile device with Windows 10, it is a good idea to download your maps before doing so. Click Start, Settings, go to Applications and choose Offline Maps. Click here to choose the area you want to download and you will download that map and make it available when you are offline.

Notifications

In the lower right corner of the screen is the Notification Action Center that gives you quick access to commonly used settings and notifications. You can customize this area by going to Start, Settings, System and clicking on Notifications and actions. Modify the list by pressing and dragging these icons to rearrange them as desired. You can also change the application notifications by activating and deactivating these different settings here and you can select individual applications and enable or disable them for notifications. Therefore, if you have many annoying notifications, simply deactivate them.

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Startup Programs

When Windows 10 boots up, some applications automatically load at startup. Over time, you may have made changes that leave unwanted applications at startup. To speed up your computer and erase these unwanted applications, go to the taskbar, right click and run Task Manager or press (Crtl+Shift+Esc). In the window, click on the Start-up tab. You will notice that there are several applications loading at the Start-up. Take a look at this list and right click on the application you wish to disable and click Disable. That reduces the load at startup and makes your computer boot much better.

God mode Windows 10 Tips and Tricks

As you have seen in this article, several settings and windows are divided between the Control Panel, the Start menu and the Settings menu. With each new version of Windows, we often see changes in the menus and it is not always easy to find them. The God Mode is the answer. Simply create a new folder on your desktop then rename the New Folder to {ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}

and press enter. This creates an icon that connects it to the list of program tasks. Open it and you will see all those menu items in a large long list. That is the God mode.

Advanced Performance

Windows 10 has added animated controls, animations, translucent windows and a number of other features to improve the appearance of the system. If you are looking for maximum performance and do not mind those improvements, you can increase the system performance by going to the Control Panel, click on System and go to Advanced System Settings. From the advanced menu, click Settings. Change this to allow Windows to choose the best so that my computer adjusts for the best performance. That eliminates many of those settings and speeds up your system. Try it and see if you notice the difference.

Virtual desktops

Windows 10 Tips and Tricks

An advanced feature in Windows 10 is virtual desktops. With virtual desktops you can create multiple separate desktops with different applications and windows that allow you to organize different desktops for each purpose. It is represented by this Task View button in your taskbar. When you click on it, open applications appear on your desktop and there is an option in the Top Left corner to create a New desktop. If you succeed, create a desktop 1 and a desktop 2 and now you can move applications to each of them. So, for example, I can take this Word document and drag it to desktop 2 and now I have different applications between those two locations. You can now open windows in your new location, click on the task view, switch to another desktop and have a separate set of windows and applications located there. Click on the Windows+Tab buttons to select between those desktops instead of clicking on the task view. You can also switch between them with Ctrl+Windows+left arrow and Ctrl+Windows+right arrow. You can create as many virtual desktops as you want, but I recommend using them as temporary workspaces to help you organize. That is the main objective.

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Conclusion

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