In this modern era the internet is a necessity that we as a society can’t live without. It’s becoming more and more crucial that it’s a human right, but though the internet is extremely useful for grown ups as well as kids, it doesn’t come without side effects as anything in life. The dark side of the internet has a very devastating effects on families and grown-ups let alone children.
One of the most useful yet underutilized features in Windows is the task scheduler, this feature as the name implies allows the user to schedule a task (e.g. Defrag, shutdown, etc.) at a certain time and date, see it’s very helpful. On the other hand if you’re a power user and you already real on this feature then you might have faced the problem of not being able to rename a task after creating it which might be very confusing for many.
Do you’ve a shared computer either at work or at home and you’re the guru and the others using the same computer are masters at nothing but messing around with it and letting you handle the consequences as you’re the guru, well I know how it feels, we’ve all been in that same position. well sometimes those family members or college messes with things that you can fix but in many time they just screw up everything, either messing with the register, CMD or even the control panels. We’ve solved the first two points in previous articles and this post will target that last point.
One of the major features in Windows 10 is the universal search, you’re new to Windows 10 and you don’t know what universal search is; it’s the ability to search both your computer and the internet from the search bar / Cortana that’s very helpful and handy but some might not like it as they just need results just on the computer and the internet search results are irrelevant, also the internet search results might be very confusing for the elderly. So it might be good to disable the universal search feature.
One of the most useful features in Windows is the flashing buttons and icons as they show you tasks that requires your immediate attention or they notify you with currently running applications or failed to run applications so you can take immediate actions, and though they’re very helpful it might be cumbersome and annoying for many as they interfere with your workflow and thus decreases your productivity.
The notifications area is one of the most useful features in the windows operating system, it allow you to have a glimpse of the active software and also notifies you with any urgent action you should take in your behalf, for example a virus alert that you should handle by either deleting the virus or quarantining it. But sometimes it becomes overwhelming and it might even cause you to lose concentration on the task at hand which is both annoying and time consuming and this post is coming for the rescue.
You know by now Microsoft and for the first time has opened its forthcoming release of Windows (Windows 10) for anyone in the world to test it and send suggestions and feedback. You might be one of those beta testers who have sacrificed a desktop machine for this experiment (actually an interesting experiment). You may have noticed that when you delete any items, it’s sent directly to the recycle bin without the usual confirmation box. That is a problem for many as important files and folders could be deleted by mistake. Worst yet, someone who have physical access to your machine might delete an important file or folder.