One of the new features in Windows 10 technical preview is the new and enhanced notification centre where you’re supposed to receive notifications about important updates like; incoming phone calls on your Windows Phone, incoming Skype Calls, new updates, Virus alerts, Calender notifications, incoming emails, etc. That is great but it might be over whelming and annoying in some cases as the notification center is setup to give you notifications about nearly everything even new songs playing in your play-list, which is totally useless.
This post will present how to choose the default apps in Windows 10 technical Preview, if you’re wondering what is the default app is; it’s the software/application that opens something on you computer by default, for example if you want to open a PDF file you might find Windows opening it using its own PDF reader (yes, windows 10 has its own PDF reader) instead of Adobe PDF reader and that’s true for audio and video. That was very annoying and changing it in previous releases of Windows was cumbersome, Windows 10 makes changing that a breeze and that’s what this article is all about
This post will present the various shortcuts for one of the most useful features in Windows 10 technical preview which is snapping. this tool will be really hand and will increase the productivity of any user, so let’s dive into it.
This post will present to you the capabilities of zPC settings and will inform you about the ins and outs of it and we’ll concentrate on the System sub-panel in of the zPC Settings panel. zPC Settings is very different from PC settings as it give Windows 10 user access to a great set of features, so let’s start right away.
This post will present how to kill applications that loads on startup in Windows 10 without installing any additional software, this tool is very handy and will both increase your productivity and increase the performance of your computer as a whole.
The technical preview for Windows 10 comes loaded with an arsenal of new features and tools that are totally new any Windows user. This post will present how to get rid of the keylogging in this technical preview.
There’s a new build (9860) for Windows 10 technical preview, the new build is of course more stable (apart from a small number of glitches), faster and has added many new features apart from the ton of features that already existing in Windows 10 technical preview that we’ve presented in our previous posts.