4 Ways to Launch Administrative Tools in Windows 10

July 21st, 2017 by Admin No comments »

Administrative Tools is the most commonly used Control Panel applet, which gives you access to a variety of advanced tools in Windows, like Computer Management, Services, Event Viewer, Local Security Policy, etc. In this tutorial we’ll show you 4 simple ways to launch Administrative Tools in Windows 10. Method 1: Access Administrative Tools from Start […]

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How to Hide Specific Control Panel Items in Windows 10 / 8 / 7

July 21st, 2017 by Admin No comments »

Control Panel is the centralized configuration area in Windows. It contains a collection of applets (System Properties, Administrative Tools, Add/Remove Programs, Date/Time, etc) that let you make changes to various settings of your system. If you share a computer with others, you may not want users to access certain applets in Control Panel. In this […]

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How to Hide / Remove Administrative Tools from Windows 10 Start Menu

July 20th, 2017 by Admin No comments »

How do I hide Administrative Tools on the Start Menu? Administrative Tools is a folder that contains a collection of system maintenance tools for advanced users. If you are system administrator, you may want to hide, remove or disable Administrative Tools in Windows 10 and prevent others from using them. In this tutorial we’ll show […]

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How to Open WordPad in Windows 10

July 18th, 2017 by Admin No comments »

WordPad is a basic text editor that is included with almost all versions of Windows. This tool enables you to create, edit, view, and print text documents. You can use it to open .docx file when you don’t have Office Word on your computer. In this tutorial we’ll show you the simple ways to open […]

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How to Open and Use Steps Recorder in Windows 10

July 17th, 2017 by Admin No comments »

How can I keep track of each steps I did on my computer? This is where an application built into Windows 10 called “Steps Recorder” can help. Steps Recorder makes it easy to capture steps you take on a PC, including a text description of what you did and a screenshot during each step. In […]

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How to Install Linux Bash in Windows 10

July 13th, 2017 by Admin No comments »

Starting from Anniversary Update, Windows 10 includes a subsystem to run Linux Bash shell directly. As developers we can all get excited about Bash on Windows, because we can now use GNU command line tools like awk, sed, grep, vi, etc. However, Bash is not enabled by default, and we have to turn it on […]

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Import Chrome / Firefox / IE Bookmarks and Passwords into Microsoft Edge

July 10th, 2017 by Admin No comments »

Is there any way to export favorites, bookmarks and passwords from Chrome to Edge in Windows 10? Since the public release of the Windows 10 Creators Update (version 1703), this is now possible. This tutorial will show you how to import bookmarks and passwords from Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer to Microsoft Edge in Windows 10, […]

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How to Batch Rename Multiple Files in Windows 10

July 6th, 2017 by Admin No comments »

How can I quickly rename a bunch of files at once? Of course, you can right-click each file and rename it one by one. But this could be really painful and time-consuming if you need to rename hundreds of files. In this tutorial we’ll show you 2 quick ways to batch rename multiple files in […]

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How to Backup / Restore Sticky Notes in Windows 10 / 8 / 7

July 5th, 2017 by Admin No comments »

How can I transfer old sticky notes to a new computer? Looking for a way to import the legacy sticky notes into the new Sticky Notes application? This tutorial will show you how to backup and restore Sticky Notes on any computer running Windows 10, 8 or 7. Part 1: Backup Sticky Notes Before get […]

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2 Ways to Prevent Access To Drives in My Computer in Windows 10

July 5th, 2017 by Admin No comments »

Is there a way to choose what local drives may be viewed by specific users? How can I restrict access to certain drive on the machine? Windows 10 comes with a group policy setting that allows you to prevent other users from accessing to the content of selected drives. This is useful if you share […]

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