How to Restore Missing Command Prompt to Win+X Menu in Window 10

April 21st, 2017 by Admin No comments »

If you’ve installed Windows 10 Creators Update (build 1703), you may find that Command Prompt is missing from the context menu when you press WIN + X shortcut keys. Microsoft has replaced it with PowerShell, which is a bit annoying if you are a fan of Command Prompt. In this tutorial we’ll show you how […]

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Set Mouse Wheel to Scroll One Screen at A Time in Windows 10

April 20th, 2017 by Admin No comments »

When you roll the mouse wheel one notch, a webpage or a document will be scrolled up or down 3 lines. If this default scroll speed is too slow for you, you can increase the mouse wheel scrolling speed in Windows 10 and make it scroll one screen at a time. How to Set Mouse […]

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How to Pause the Windows Update Download in Progress

April 19th, 2017 by Admin No comments »

Is there a way to pause the downloading update without having to turn off completely the Windows updates? Sometimes Windows will force you to start downloading the critical updates, even when you use a mobile internet with slow and strict traffic limits. In this tutorial we’ll show you a simple way to pause a Windows […]

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Add OEM Support Information to Your Windows 10 Computer

April 18th, 2017 by Admin No comments »

Windows 10 allows you to add OEM support information in the System Properties. The OEM information includes your company name, phone number, website URL, and even a custom logo. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to easily add OEM support information to a Windows 10 computer, with the sole purpose of assisting customers. How to […]

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2 Ways to Hide Certain or All Settings Pages in Windows 10

April 17th, 2017 by Admin No comments »

In Windows 10, most Control Panel features have been moved to the Settings app, and Settings will eventually replace the Control Panel. Starting with Windows 10 Creators Update (build 1703), there is a new feature that allows you to hide certain pages of the Settings app. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to use […]

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Restore Windows Photo Viewer to Windows 10 “Open With” Context Menu

April 17th, 2017 by Admin No comments »

Just upgrade to Windows 10 and find Windows Photo Viewer is missing from right-click context menu? Windows 10 comes with a new default image viewer app – Photos, which is meant to replace the old Windows Photo Viewer. Though Windows Photo Viewer hasn’t been removed from Windows 10. It’s just hiding so well you might […]

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Fix: Windows Defender is Turned off by Group Policy

April 12th, 2017 by Admin No comments »

“This app is turned off by group policy.” This is the message I am getting when I am trying to access Windows Defender. How can I sort out this issue? When your computer infected by any malware or virus, this may cause Windows Defender to be turned off. It’s also possible that Windows Defender gets […]

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How to Force a Windows 10 Emergency Restart

April 11th, 2017 by Admin No comments »

Emergency Restart is a hidden feature in Windows 10 that allows you to force an immediate reboot when the operating system or apps are hanging or freezing. When perform an Emergency Restart, Windows 10 will terminate any running application forcefully and you’ll not see any warning about saving your work. In this tutorial you’ll learn […]

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Add Control Panel Shortcut to Right-Click Context Menu in Windows 10

April 6th, 2017 by Admin No comments »

Look for a quick way to open the Control Panel in Windows 10? If you need to frequently access Control Panel, you can put its shortcut in your desktop context menu. In this tutorial we’ll show you a registry trick to add “Control Panel” shortcut to right-click context menu in Windows 10. No matter if […]

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Stop Windows from Adding “- Shortcut” Text When Creating Shortcuts

April 6th, 2017 by Admin No comments »

In Windows 10/8/7, you can create a shortcut by right-clicking on an existing folder or file, and then selecting “Send To” -> “Desktop (Create shortcut)“. But this will automatically append the “- Shortcut” text to the end of the shortcut’s filename. If you want to keep the filename short, here’s a registry trick to stop […]

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