Microsoft’s Windows operating system is not a single thing. This is derived from a patchwork of sharp features tuned. Each individual feature, instead, is a team of dedicated engineers who create the best (often customizable) experience possible. So, through such complex, perfect and vast software, it realizes that in most cases that most tips and UIs are evolving, most people even do not even know about me
Here we present a list of cool tips that will help you get a little more from your Windows 10 experience. Or, at least, there are some things you might not know. Windows is available for some generations, some are native to Microsoft’s latest OS. By updating Microsoft Windows 10 such as Fed Creator updates and updates like April 2018 update, most of the new hidden features and tricks continue to make the most of a constantly evolving Windows experience.
SHOW DESKTOP BUTTOB
This desktop button actually returns back to Windows 7, but nontuary is easy. A secret button in the bottom right corner of the desktop. Can not see it? You can find a little little little of an invisible button wherever you see allll in the bottom and right way, beyond date and time. Click on it to minimize all your windows
There are also options to reduce windows when you surround this click vs. match. Settings> Personalization> Taskbar> Select your favorites Use Peek to preview the desktop.
SECRET START MENU
If you are a fan of the old school (such as non-tiled) Start menu experience, you can still have it-sort. If you right-click the Windows icon in the lower-left corner, it will be known to a text zoom menu that includes popular popular destinations (apps and features, searches, invoices). All these options are available through the menu interface, but you can access it faster through this text interface.
This feature is actually launched in Windows 7, but I did not know or used to use it for many people (but they should – it’s great!). If your display is full in a window, then press the shoulders above the window to remove the cluster and press “vibrate” to reduce all other windows. Suddenly shocking pity? Shake again and the windows will return.
ROTATE YOUR SCREEN
This tip will not be most useful, but you can rotate your screen by pressing Ctrl + Alt + D and any button on the arrow keys together. The down arrow will flip upside down, the left or right arrow button will rotate by 90 degrees, and the arrow above will bring you back to the standard orientation. If you use multiple displays, this feature lets you display specificly.
Alternatively, you can turn around desktop backgrounds> Graphics options> Rotation around all kinds of your favorite options. This feature is available in Windows 7 and 10.
SLIDE TO SHUTDOWN
This trick works only on Windows 10 as much as I can tell it is complicated and probably worth the effort for what you get out of it, but here you go: Right-click on the desktop> New> Shortcuts Paste the following code into an upcoming pop-up window:
% Windir% \ system32 \ SlideToShutDown.exe
It creates a clickable icon on your desktop, which you can feel for rename. To stop by slide-daunting, double-click on the new icon to prompt a shadow of a shadow. Then drag your mouse to the bottom of the screen. Remember, this is not a sleep, it’s a shutdown, it’s a shutdown.
RIGHT-CLICK ON TILES
Want to make those tiles private quickly? Just right-click on them to request a pop-up menu, this menu will give you various options such as unpin from the Start menu, resize windows, or close the live tile.
Is a power user wanting to access your pc nitty gritty? “God Mode” Right-click on the desktop for you> New> Folder New folder with this bit code Rename:
To enter the “God Mode” window, double click on the folder and go to the nuts.
DRAG TO PIN WINDOWS
These features were available as far as Windows 7, but Windows 10 has some extra.
Hold a window and drag it to the side, where it will “fit” half of the screen. In Windows 10, you have the option of dragging a corner of the window so that the window is half of the screen instead of half. If you use more than one screen, drag it to a border corner and wait for a prompt signal to indicate that the window will open in that corner.
You can prompt a similar behavior using any of the Windows key and directional arrow buttons.
HIDDEN GAMES IN CORTANA
They are not “funny” in the sense of the game as much as they are a cool little Hitler that Cortana can help you. You can type “Rock Paper Scissors,” “Die Roll,” or “Flip The Stairs” for a fun (?) Graphic gaming experience (?)
Quickly Jump Between Virtual Desktops
QUICK VIRTUAL DESKTOP
Do you want to multitask your PC? I really mean many tasks? Well, you can now enjoy due to Windows 10, Microsoft finally provides desktop access for out-of-the-virtual desktops.
To try it, click the Task View (icon on the right side of the Windows menu). It will separate all your open windows and apps in icons. You can then drag it to “New Desktop,” to create a new virtual desktop. This will tell you to differentiate between different desktop applications on your desktop, personal applications and social media.
Once you click on Task View, you can toggle between the virtual desktops by pressing the Windows Button + Ctrl + Right / Left Arrow keys. This will allow you to automatically switch between all open windows shared on various desktops while exiting all the icons on your desktop.
To remove a virtual desktop, just go back to task view and delete individual virtual desktops – it will not close apps in that desktop, but instead send it to the next desktop on the next desktop.
COMMAND PROMPT TRANSPRENT
This feature seems to be new to Windows 10 (at least, it is not available in Windows 7). This will probably be useful to the narrow free of user, but if you want your virtual fingers to excavate windows inside of the command prompt, Windows 10 provides an incompatible way of interfacing.
To access Windows 10 Command Prompt Interface, click on the Windows menu and type “Command Prompt” to get quick access to the “Desktop app”. To make that experience private, right-click the top of the window to select a pop-up menu prompt and “Properties”. Click on the “Color” tab to see a range of personalization options under this tab, you will find the “Opacity” slider, which you will see in the command prompt window.
This feature removes the code at the command prompt together to see the desktop. If you go to nuts, like Windows-H@ck-E
Formerly known as Quiet Hours, Focus Assist is a redesigned April 2018 Update features that gives you more control over the notifications that pop up on your PC. Contacts and apps from task-specific alarms for everything from Head to Settings> System> Focus Assist and then read our full how-to guide….
Pin Your People
PIN YOUR PEOPLE
You can now pin your closest contacts in your task bar just like you would tap the people icon to your most used apps, and there will be an option to find and pin contacts in your taskbar at the bottom of the pop-up box. Do not see any contact? To connect your mail application, Skype, or other apps from the Microsoft Store, click the apps tab at the top of the box and import your contacts to set the speed dial icon equivalent to your Windows 10 task bar.
In an open document or image, you can now directly share files with nearby devices like Apple’s AirDrop works. To open the panel, click the share icon on your doc or photo toolbar, and then click on the nearest partner to show a near recipient’s range.
MIXED REALITY VIEWER
The maker of Windows Fall Update has installed the mixed Russian Viewer application on your Windows 10 machine, even if you did not know that it was there. Quickly find Cortana and open the application to play with the 3D model – the ones you’ve created in Pants 3D or downloaded from Microsoft’s Thousand Libraries. If you’re a partner partner of Microsoft’s Windows-mixed affiliate or want to start running with 3D and mixed real-world development, then this app is your way to start leveling.