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Windows 101: Unleash Windows superpower with right click
Behold, the power of the right click! Unleash your potential for productivity with right click in Word, PowerPoint, or Edge.
i would be glad if windows have attractive design of app
I would like the app designed by windows create unique and brand icon design for all apps than like normal design of others apps . i would like to know the history behind blue color as favorite color for windows
Use Snip & Sketch to take a screenshot in Windows 10
Snip & Sketch allows you to capture screenshots, personalize them, and share with others.
Tips and tricks: File Explorer switches
You can use File Explorer switches in the Run dialog box. Explorer [/e] [/select] [/separate] /e Opens File Explorer with the Navigation pane turned on (if it is turned off). The default to open File Explorer by using "explorer /e" (without the quotes) is the Documents folder. You can open another folder by using "explorer /e,[drive:]path" (for example, "explorer /e,c:\users"). /select The parent folder opens and the specified object is selected. (For example, "explorer /select,c:\windows\regedit.exe".) /separate Opens File Explorer in a separate process. Tip: You can also create shortcuts to File Explorer switches.
Disable a scheduled task
How do I do this? In the instructions to retrieve all my saved passwords after this last windows update, the instructions said to disable scheduled tasks that pop up. I have one but can't find instructions on how to do this.
Tips and tricks: file and folder operations
It is easy to cut, copy, delete, move, or paste files/folders from one folder to another but shown below are quicker ways to perform file operations: Pressing CTRL+C copies the file. Pressing CTRL+V pastes the file. Pressing CTRL+X cuts the file and makes it ready to be pasted elsewhere. Pressing SHIFT+DELETE permanently deletes a file without sending it to the Recycle Bin. Pressing CTRL+Z performs an undo operation on a file or folder. Pressing CTRL+Y performs a redo operation on a file or folder. Pressing CTRL+SHIFT+N creates a new folder. There are some more tips and tricks on file and folder operations shown below: If you drag a file or folder to another folder in the same drive, it is moved. Holding down CTRL performs a copy. If you drag a file or folder to another folder in another drive, it is coped. Holding down SHIFT moves it out of the primary drive. If you drag a file or folder to another folder in the same or another drive while holding down ALT, it is copied as a shortcut. A shortcut to a file or folder can then be placed on the desktop for easy access. Right-click on a file or folder, and then click Delete while holding down SHIFT to permanently delete it. If you drag a file or folder to another folder in the same or another drive while holding down your right mouse button, the following options appear: Copy Here, Move Here, and Create Shortcut(s) Here. Moving a file or folder to the Recycle Bin while holding down SHIFT permanently deletes it. If you use a folder frequently for working with files, you can pin it to Quick Access. Just right-click the folder in File Explorer, and then click Pin to Quick Access. Or drag it to Quick Access, which pins it there. Right-clicking a program's icon pinned to the taskbar shows you recent files like documents, websites, folders, and so on. If you frequently work on a file, right-click a program's icon pinned to the taskbar and click the pin icon.
Clearing Task View History
Hello Windows Community, How can I clear my task view history?
Windows 101: Zoom in or out with Ctrl and scroll
Make the text and content on your screen larger or smaller by simply pressing the Ctrl button and scrolling either up or down with your mouse.
Hi Microsoft Community, Am I alone in thinking the integration of one drive has completely ruined the navigation pane? It is now by default a mass of shortcuts, folders and quick access links. If we use the web axiom, three clicks to get what you want, this is real failure. I know uninstall one drive and remove the navigation pane completely but I just don't understand the thinking. It is geekdom gone mad or an attempt to get you to buy online storage? What is the thinking?
PowerToys for Windows 10
If you like to be more productive on your Windows 10 computer, you can download PowerToys by going to this link: https://github.com/microsoft/PowerToys/releases You can learn about modules from PowerToys from one of the following links: Color Picker https://aka.ms/PowerToysOverview_ColorPicker FancyZones https://aka.ms/PowerToysOverview_FancyZones File Explorer Add-ons https://aka.ms/PowerToysOverview_FileExplorerAddOns Image Resizer https://aka.ms/PowerToysOverview_ImageResizer Keyboard Manager https://aka.ms/PowerToysOverview_KeyboardManager PowerRename https://aka.ms/PowerToysOverview_PowerRename PowerToys Run https://aka.ms/PowerToysOverview_PowerToysRun Shortcut Guide https://aka.ms/PowerToysOverview_ShortcutGuide
Open the shortcut menu for the active window. Alt + Left arrow. Go back. Alt + Right arrow. Go forward. Alt + Page Up. Move up one screen. Alt + Page Down. Move down one screen. Ctrl + F4. Close the active document (in apps that are full-screen and let you have multiple documents open at the same time). Ctrl + A. Select all items in a document ...
Note: This article explains how to create a shortcut on your desktop.You can also add a program to the taskbar. If you are using Windows 10, right-click the program name or tile, click More > Pin to taskbar.If you are using Windows 8 or earlier, right-click the program name or tile, and then select Pin to taskbar.
Many users find that using an external keyboard with keyboard shortcuts for apps for Office helps them work more efficiently. For users with mobility or vision disabilities, keyboard shortcuts can be easier than using the touchscreen, and are an essential alternative to using a mouse. Here you can find links to most keyboard shortcut articles for apps for Office.
In Windows 7, and before, all you need to do is right click on the desk top and choose "new" - "shortcut" from the menu, and then paste the full URL from the target website into the shortcut target box. That doesn't work on Windows 10. The method, (probably relating to Microsoft's new Office web apps), is as follows -