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Background slideshow and custom colors in Windows 10
Create your own background slideshow and custom colors in Windows 10.
Why I can't find Windows as comfortable to use as Linux
I use Windows only for some games, and if Windows 10 had more features, I could use it on daily basis, but at the moment it is missing a few very important features. First problem is filesystem support. Windows 10 supports only very few different filesystems, which means I can't access devices like my Raspberry Pi's SD card, and also NTFS isn't actually very good filesystem. Second thing is, I can't customize Windows 10 enough. (PLEASE tell me if any of following features exist, I would love to use them!) I would like to set custom shortcuts for moving/managing windows, and I would love to have at least partly similar behavior as tiling window managers on Linux have, by which I mean that by default, program would open full-sized (not fullscreen though), but if I open another program, it would automatically split the windows. Also, I find it actually harder to search programs from internet, and then download an installer, then run it to get the program installed, and then being able to use it. On Linux (I use Arch Linux btw.) there is a thing called package management, so with package manger I can search for programs and install them straight away, and then instantly being able to use them. Also through package manager I can update all my packages = whole operating system and all programs (which are installed via package management). Also I can't do as much stuff on Windows CMD or powershell as I can in Linux terminal, and especially on Arch I like that I've hand-picked each part of system, so I know what it can do, and what it contains. And in Linux terminal, with sudo (or root user) I have the rights over all the operating system. I understand that some of these will never be accomplished in Windows, but I hope that at least some of these will be picked up as an actual suggestions. If I had to select three things to include from these, they would be package management, filesystem support and waaayy more customization options.
Microsoft versus Chrome
I came across this analysis written by Lifewire concerning these two giants. The paragraphs below are just two that attracted my attention. 'Microsoft has decided to discontinue EdgeHTML and other core components of Microsoft Edge. Instead, the company plans to create a new version of Microsoft Edge based on Chromium. Microsoft is going to build Microsoft Edge on the foundations of Chrome, meaning that key elements like the rendering engine will be identical. What's likely to remain different are the connected services. For example, you may still sync your bookmarks with your Microsoft account instead of a Google account, and Bing will likely be the default search engine for Microsoft Edge. A common platform will make it easier for developers to create content and apps that are consistent across the major browsers'. Source: Lifewire - https://lifewire.com - February 2020 I fully anticipate that Edge' et al will have to evolve as users' demands for greater connectivity and dynamic use increases - perhaps exponentially. 🤔 Post script: I did not get on with Chrome - niggly things I suppose - but irritating as a user.
Candace leans on Windows tools as a student and teacher
As a lifelong learner, Candace adopts, and shares, Windows features that help her and her students stay on task.
Snipping Tool gets on with the times as Snip & Sketch
Screens have become our tools of communication and Snip & Sketch makes it easier.
Customize Microsoft Edge for better browsing
Microsoft Edge, a sleek and powerful web browser, has a ton to offer. Keep these tips in mind for better overall browsing.
win10 ver 2004, folder options bug? (fixed)
(Edit, not bad, not even 30hrs from first update with the bug and another updates that fix it were available) build 2019.10.17.6232201; Control panel -> File Explorer Options-> tab 'View' or any file explorer window -> tab 'View' -> Options-> Change Folder and search options both open almost same settings, and the 'Advanced settings' apply in both cases to all folders; now when i select 'Show hidden files, folders, or drives' and unselect 'Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)' which asks for confirmation, then i click on 'Apply' and 'OK' nothing happens, i go back to File Explorer Options-> tab 'View' , and what i selected & unselected before has been undone, i repeat everything once more and now the hidden files appear and the advanced settings has been successfully altered, however if i want to hide all those files again, i need to repeat it twice in order for it to work; can anyone confirm if it happens on his/her PC as well?
Problem relating to icons not showing up in taskbar
Hey guys, i have been having a problem with my computer these days. I cannot see icons of the system apps in my taskbar. Even all the icons of the pinned apps, such as mail, calculator have disappeared. I deleted the cache, restarted windows explorer, ran the PowerShell code and did all remedies which were available online to no avail. Can someone pls help me out
How to get the Windows 10 May 2019 Update
Windows 10 May 2019 Update is on its way! In this video, Windows update engineer Yutong shares more on our efforts to improve control and quality of Windows update, and the steps you can take to best find and initiate it.
HP HP Stream laptop
I am looking to find a way to update my window 10 since I have HP Stream laptop that my wife order from HSN. It hasn't be update for awhile no matter what I did by following all the instructions on almost every available website or using Youtube. I do have an external drive but it will not let me use it to update my window. I rather do this the easy way then to follow someone instruction that contains too many pages to follow. I need the quickest way to resolve this unless I have to pay for a remote assistance to repair this laptop.
Microsoft Search is an enterprise search experience that increases productivity and saves time by delivering more relevant search results for your organization
Microsoft Search is a new search offering that helps you save time by bringing you the best of the web and work in a single experience. Find what you need with Microsoft Search. See how Microsoft Search can make Office even more powerful. Find what you need with Search in Office.
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If Windows Search is unresponsive or the search results don't appear as expected, try any of the following solutions that provided in this article. Your PC automatically indexes content to deliver faster search results. Learn more about Search indexing in Windows 10. Use the Windows Search and ...