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How to Add Timeline to Task View in Windows 10

How to Add Timeline to Task View in Windows 10 Image 1 You can now pretty easily Add Timeline to Task View in Windows 10 and quickly return to previous activities whenever required. This feature allows you to go back to the tasks that you did before on your PC. The timeline feature displays a list of websites, apps, programs, documents that you have accessed a while ago. […]

How to Copy Key Path in Registry Editor on Windows 10

How to Copy Key Path in Registry Editor on Windows 10 Picture 2 You all know that Registry Editor in Windows 10 carries the system configuration information in the form of a hierarchical database. It also stores data regarding device driver, various passwords as well as settings of the OS and applications. In addition, it contains key paths of installed programs in the form of registry files. So, you often need […]

How to Disable Sticky Notes Autostart Annoyance on Windows 10

How to Disable Sticky Notes Autostart Annoyance on Windows 10 image 5 Sticky notes brings embarrassment occasionally despite it is a useful and built-in note taking application on Windows 10. Commonly you shut down your computer after the end of your session without closing the app as it has not any command in this regard. But sadly the application again presents on the screen after the startup of your […]

How to Remove Traces of Uninstalled Programs in Registry on Windows 10

How to Remove Traces of Uninstalled Programs in Registry on Windows 10 pic 1 When you install a program or software in Windows 10, few entries take places in the hierarchical database of Registry editor but the same doesn’t move back or away when you uninstall. These traces bring forth adverse impact on the performance of a system. There is a very easy method that lets you Remove Traces […]

How to Block Auto Reopen of Programs After Reboot in Windows 10

How to Block Auto Reopen of Programs After Reboot in Windows 10 Pic 1 The recent release of Fall Creators Update has gained an ability to relaunch the programs automatically which were running before the restart or shutdown. This means when you shutdown the OS with certain apps open, some of them gets relaunched all by itself at the next startup. For many, this is completely

How To Manage Speech Dictation in Windows 10

Manage Speech Dictation Image 1 Starting with Fall Creators Update, you can now pretty easily Manage Speech Dictation in Windows 10 OS. This new amazing feature allows you to input English text in any text editor without you physically typing it. Just give voice commands and the tool will translate the spoken words into text. Very recently

How To Organize Speech Recognition in Windows 10

Organize Speech Recognition in Windows 10 image 12 Windows 10 provides to organize Speech Recognition to help users control a system with voice. This feature allows to open apps, Programs, click menus, make hands free type in document, send email and a lot more. All these processes run following user’s verbal expression with the help of a microphone, either built-in

How to Add Gmail Account to Cortana in Windows 10

Add Gmail Account to Cortana Photos 3 With Fall Creators Update, the built-in digital assistant gained an ability to connect Google services on Windows 10. This newly added feature lets you Add Gmail Account to Cortana pretty easily. By doing so, you can access contacts, messages and calendar events directly from Cortana. Moreover, for certain operations, it also supports

How to Add Slow-Motion Effect to Video in Photos App Windows 10

How-to-Add-Slow-Motion-Effect-to-Video-in-Photos-App-Windows-10-Pic-4 With Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (v 1709), the built-in Photos application has gained certain additional features in its list. You can now directly Add Slow-Motion Effect to Video in Photos App even without involving a third party program. Usually, any software that is used for adding slow motion effect to videos

How to Enable ASLR in Windows Defender Windows 10

Enable ASLR in Windows Defender Image 1 Microsoft added ASLR to the Windows Defender Exploit Guard in Windows 10. In the previous versions, like, Windows 7 and Vista, you had to install Microsoft EMET to run this feature. But now you can enable this feature using the App & browser control section of the security Windows Defender Security Center
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