How to Make Taskbar Icons Smaller or Larger in Windows 11

February 21st, 2022 by Admin No comments »

How can I change the size of the taskbar icons in Windows 11? There is no option available in the Windows Settings app which lets you resize the taskbar icons. Thankfully, you can make the taskbar and its icons smaller or larger using a registry tweak. How to Make Windows 11 Taskbar Icons Smaller or […]

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3 Methods to Disable Background Apps on Windows 11

February 18th, 2022 by Admin No comments »

How can I turn off background apps in Windows 11? By default, most apps are set to run in the background. This might cause your computer to run slower or use more power and bandwidth. In this tutorial we’ll show you simple ways to disable specific apps or all apps from running in the background […]

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How to Open the New or Old Volume Mixer in Windows 11

February 15th, 2022 by Admin No comments »

How to get back the old Volume Mixer in Windows 11? Windows 11 comes with a new, redesigned Volume Mixer which is now part of the Settings app, while the old Volume Mixer is still available. In this tutorial we’ll show you different ways to open the new or old Volume Mixer in Windows 11. […]

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How to Fix: Windows 11 Desktop Icons not Showing

February 12th, 2022 by Admin No comments »

Desktop icons disappeared after Windows 11 update? Cannot right-click anywhere on the desktop to restore the missing icons? Here are a couple of troubleshooting tips to fix the problem of Windows 11 desktop icons not showing. Method 1: Enable Show Desktop Icons Right-click any empty space on your desktop and navigate to the View tab […]

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Windows 11: How to View Command History in PowerShell or Command Prompt

February 3rd, 2022 by Admin No comments »

Is there a simple way to see Command Prompt history without using arrow keys? Can I view PowerShell command history for previous sessions? In this tutorial we’ll show you how to quickly access the history of commands you recently typed in Windows Terminal (PowerShell or Command Prompt). Part 1: View Command History in PowerShell When […]

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How to Enable the Classic Boot Menu in Windows 11

February 2nd, 2022 by Admin No comments »

Dual-boot menu does not show up and can’t select which operating system to boot? How can I enable F8 key for accessing Safe Mode? You just need to enable the classic Windows Boot Manager screen in Windows 11, which will display OS selection menu and also let you press F8 key to access Safe Mode. […]

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Fast Ways to Open Command Prompt in Windows 11

January 28th, 2022 by Admin No comments »

Windows 11 brings Windows Terminal to the forefront and you may find that it’s not easy to access the classic Command Prompt. If you get accustomed to using Command Prompt, here are the fastest ways to open Command Prompt in Windows 11. Method 1: Open Command Prompt in Windows 11 via Run Press the Windows […]

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Step-by-Step Tutorial to Enable DNS over HTTPS in Windows 11

January 25th, 2022 by Admin No comments »

Windows 11 comes with built-in support for DNS over HTTPS (DoH), which lets you encrypt all DNS requests between your PC and the DNS server to improve your online privacy and security. In this tutorial we’ll walk you through the steps to enable DNS over HTTPS for all programs (including browsers) on your Windows 11 […]

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2 Methods to Hide “Pin to taskbar” from Context Menu in Windows 11

January 21st, 2022 by Admin No comments »

Is it possible to hide “Pin to taskbar” or “Unpin from taskbar” context menu for programs or apps? If you don’t allow users to remove pinned apps from the taskbar or pin new programs to the taskbar, here are 2 simple methods to disable or hide “Pin to taskbar” option from right-click context menu in […]

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How to Disable or Enable Memory Compression in Windows 11 / 10

January 18th, 2022 by Admin No comments »

Memory compression is a new feature introduced in Windows 10, which can store more data in your RAM than it otherwise could, by storing part of the memory pages in RAM in a compressed form. For example, if your applications need to store 4 GB of data in the RAM at the same time, Windows […]

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