You can now Disable and Enable Collect Activities In Windows 10 using the Settings apps. Microsoft new build 17040 for Windows insider has added a new feature to Privacy section for this. An update of Windows “Redstone 4” version 1803 also contains a special feature in order to handle users’ activity history.
Clear Activity History in Windows 10 is an option in the Privacy settings on Windows 10 that allows to wipe out the records of your entire movements on PC. Microsoft’s Windows 10 Redstone 4 version 1803 includes the option to wipe out the earlier operations like opening files, folders, webpages and others.
Task Manager provides a huge range of information about your PC and its processes that help general users and developers too. As Windows 10 regularly receive updates, this system monitor program also welcomes new features. For example, it lets you Track GPU Performances. But its recent update allows you to Find Command
If you often grab applications through Microsoft Store you may have noticed that certain apps or games start playing video when you open their Store page. Some users though few, found this somewhat interesting but a good number of people dislike it. Thankfully, the recent version of the OS includes an option
You can effortlessly Share Windows 10 Desktop Screen using Chromecast. Instead of using HDMI cables, it’s best to connect the desktop to the television wirelessly with this new feature. It works best with the Chrome browser on any PC platforms that support it, including Windows 10, Chrome’s OS, Mac, and Linux. Chromecast
To make your system boot faster, you always perform various activities. But startup programs are the ones that slow down the PC considerably. These are the apps that operate in the background every time the computer loads. So, you should try to Turn Off Startup Items in Windows 10 through Settings. The
BitLocker commonly needs a security chip called Trusted Platform Module, popularly known as TPM on your PC’s motherboard. This chip generates and stores the encryption key that you use for decrypting the file. But if you proceed to encrypt the drive without TPM, the OS directs you to set a system policy.