Lock screen isn’t new to Windows at all, it was there since WIndows 8, but if you are coming to Windows 10 technical preview from Windows 7 or even Windows XP it might be totally new for you and you might find it some how cumbersome and annoying, so if you are one of those people who find the lock screen annoying then this post is for you.
If you are a parent and worried about your kids safety and you want them to enjoy the internet safely, congratulations you’ve arrived to the proper place to do exactly that.
If you’re reading this article then let me guess you’re the tech guy who is always asked by friends and family to fix their computers. Is my guess is correct? If it is then this article is very helpful for you.
Do you want to migrate from one Gmail address to another Gmail address, or even migrate from Gmail altogether to outlook for example? Or do you want to backup all of the emails on your Gmail and save them locally for a local backup or as you’re travelling to a remote location and you won’t have access to the internet? If so then you’ve come to the right place as this post will present a step by step guide on how to do exactly that using the default mail application on Microsoft Windows.
Have you ever wondered how you could drag and drop items on a Windows computer without actually keeping your finger down the mouse button? Then you have come to the right place as this post will just cover that topic. If you have never asked yourself that question and you are wondering why would you be interested, then imagine that you want to copy multiple files in a folder to another folder and your taskbar is full of open applications and folders. Would it not be great if you can just select the files you want to copy and drag them without holding any mouse button down and then drop them in the folder you want?
The context menu also known as the right-click menu in Windows is one of the most powerful and handy tools for any experienced and even novice Windows users. Using the context menu Windows users can create Notepad, Word, Excel files. They can also ZIP files, create folders, copy files to removable media devices and as a matter of fact the user can achieve a lot using this simple menu.
This post will cover Cortana which is Microsoft personal assistant in Windows 10 technical preview 9926 in depth, it’ll inform you with the ins and outs of it and how to make the most out of it and to properly control it. Before starting it’s worth noting that to have access Cortana you’ve to access Windows 10 using your Microsoft account (any email on Hotmail/outlook) and not an offline account.