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some more personalized features to make windows look better.
there should be a transparent taskbar ,there should a feature in which we can easily change walpaper on file explorer ,settings, this pc window or page. a booster and cleaner should be added to make windows run more efficiently . i will suggest microsoft team to suggest this features.
Dark mode in File Explorer
Is it possible to apply a dark mode only in File Explorer and not in Applications?
Windows Security: The dashboard for device protections
Windows Security provides a dashboard into your device's security protections.
Limit the Jump List or Recent List
My recent' s list looks like my mothers monthly grocery shopping list in it's length. How can I limit this without hacking into the registry? I seem to remember a way to this in I.E/Windows 7 but I could be wrong. Thanks
Microsoft screensaver changes when I don't want it to
So I get some nice scenery picture. I say I like it. 2-3 days later it's gone but I'm not tired of it. Can I somehow tell Microsoft to not change so fast? Or can I somehow say when I'm ready for an image to change? And why, when I've said "no, thanks" to pretty much every 'city' image, do they keep showing me downtown MegaTown shots?? Thanks for any advice or assistance!
Getting new wallpapers on your desktop every day
If you download Bing Wallpaper by clicking the link below, a wallpaper from Bing will change every day on your desktop. https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2126594
I have a DELL Inspiron desk computer w/Windows 10. No problems until this morning when I tried to sign on. Power came on and screen monitor came on with wallpaper and date in left corner. All was normal. Suddenly, the screen BLURRED and I could not sign on. In the bottom right corner are 3 symbols: INTERNET, EASE OF ACCESS, POWER. I have turned the computer off, then back on ... same thing is happening. Monitor screen comes on as normal, but seconds later it BLURS and I am not able to sign on. Can anyone help me?
whatsnew in windows insider 18985
what is new in windows insider preview build 18985 and what is bug bash which is release on 25 September to 2 October
Best wallpapers all over the world for your pc background and web browsers. You have to just install this application called BingWallpaper from Microsoft. It's free! https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2126594
Making the Start Menu Full Screen
To make your Start Menu full-screen: 1. Right-click the Taskbar, click "Taskbar properties," and then click "Start." 2. Click to toggle "Use Start full screen" from "Off" to "On." If you click the Start button or press WINDOWS LOGO on your keyboard, the Start Menu will be in full screen like Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 had. If you're in Tablet Mode, the Start Menu will always be in full screen, and if you're not in Tablet Mode, the Start Menu won't be in full screen. To stop the Start Menu from using full-screen: 1. Right-click the Taskbar, click "Taskbar properties," and then click "Start." 2. Click to toggle "Use Start full screen" from "On" to "Off."
In general, personalization will sync across your devices by signing into the MSN site with a Microsoft account. Customize my home page. To get started customizing your MSN home page, sign in with your Microsoft account. Select the settings button in the upper right hand corner of the home page and then select Customize this page.
Deploy a .jpg, .jpeg, or .png image to the device to be used as a desktop image. If you have a local file and want to embed it into the package being deployed, you configure this setting and DesktopImageUrl. When using DeployDesktopImage and [DeployLockScreenImageFile] (#deploylockscreenimage, the file names need to be different.
WINDOWS THEMES A theme is a combination of pictures, colors, and sounds for personalizing your PC. The latest versions of Windows include many exciting desktop personalization features, such as panoramic themes that extend across two side-by-side monitors, and the ability to have your theme appear on your Start screen.
Select the Start button, then select Settings > Personalization to choose a picture worthy of gracing your desktop background, and to change the accent color for Start, the taskbar, and other items. The preview window gives you a sneak peek of your changes as you make them.