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new update windows 2020 20H2
Yes my pc just updated to the 20H2 what's new in this update?
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How to Convince a Mac user to Switch to Windows?
Hi Everyone, I have been using Windows for long time and tried different edition of Windows and there are cases where I have to switch to Mac and Linux for some jobs (I forced to do that), but I find Windows great operating system. Some of you might be long term Mac user or you are using both Mac and Windows. I want to open this discussion to see let say someone is using Mac and you want to convince him or her to switch to Windows. What you will do?
Tips of the day: Personalising Windows
You can move the taskbar to any edge of your screen; right-click the taskbar, click Lock the taskbar to uncheck it, and then drag it with your mouse. To set your computer's clock, you can click the clock on the taskbar and click Date and time settings. To change the colour scheme, right-click the desktop, click Personalise, and then click Colour. You can have programs start when you start Windows 10 by dragging their icons to your Start-up folder. To change your desktop background, right-click the desktop, and then click Personalise. You can download themes from Microsoft Store. You can switch mouse buttons if you are left-handed. Just double-click the Mouse icon in Control Panel and click Switch primary and secondary buttons.
Custom Screen Shot Option without using Snipping tool
Give any short cut key to Take custom screen of any windows in Windows 10
Was Windows Vista really a bad operating system?
After a 6 year drought from Microsoft, in 2007, Microsoft launched its new operating system: Vista. Right off the bat its system requirements were higher simply because of the great features that it had up its sleeve. Most people regarded many of the new features as unnecessary and termed it as bloatware, which I would consider unreasonable. Undoubtedly, Vista had its fair share of bugs and issues, but nothing is perfect, right? Mainly the reason that I think that Vista had all these bugs and issues was probably due to the fact that Microsoft was probably pressed for time, as they reset development of what was supposed to be Vista, also known to some as Windows Codename Longhorn. This time pressure may have resulted in Microsoft attempting to hurry the launch as I believe that XP was starting to get a little outdated. Furthermore, I believe that consumers also let their hopes a little too high, understandibly, since Microsoft had not launched a new version in 6 years, evoking thoughts that Microsoft was working on something really big. Honestly speaking, we should not really vent at the bad things about Vista, because if you look at modern operating systems, features that set them apart from legacy operating systems, whether you talk about looks, design, functionality, or redundancy were mainly pioneered in Windows Vista. Even competing operating systems can be found with features that first appeared in Vista. This just goes to say that if Vista did not exist, or if such an OS was not made, then modern tools that are ubiquitous and taken for granted would have not existed. So in conclusion, Vista had its bugs and issues, and was not well recieved, and it makes sense, but Vista is the sturdy foundation of modern OSes, and it is that huge leap of faith which paid off in its twin successor, aka everyone's favorite version of Windows, the beloved Windows 7, which is just Vista 2.0 with more consistency if you ask me. Thank you for taking your time to read this essay!
History of Windows Since 1985
I am writing this message as a suggestion to devote a website to the various versions of Windows along with a description of major additions and improvements of one build over its predecessor from the original Windows (release date 11.20.85) up to and including Windows 10 (release date 07.29.15). A lot of changes have happened since Windows first appeared in 1985 and from time to time I will think about the evolution of and the countless changes to the program that single handedly revolutionized personal computing as we know it today. Just the change in size of programming code from way back then to now is mind boggling! I remember getting a new computer with a 60 MB (Yep, MB) hard drive and how I was envied by co-workers. We thought a 60 MB storage drive would be more than enough to meet any future needs. Nowadays, some office documents and many stand alone apps are that size and greater. Microsoft has every reason to brag on its accomplishments and contributions to the tech industry in just over 30 years. Displaying these events would not only be of historical importance but perhaps an educational tool as well. A virtual tour and perhaps enabling online access to functional prior operating systems would be interesting to young and old (Yes, I'm on the "old" side). Anyway, you folks are more than talented to come up with the best way to exhibit this idea to share with the world. Maybe its been discussed before but if not I just wanted to encourage a thought process to consider its viability. It could also be an excellent tool to market Microsoft into future generations. In any event, congratulations to Microsoft and its employees for past accomplishments and best wishes for continued success! Thank you for your consideration in this matter, your time and talent! God bless all of you and yours, and bye for now, Paul
Cambiar sonido de inicio y apagado de Windows
¡Hola! Me gustaría cambiar sonidos de Inicio de Windows (arranque) y Apagado a mi gusto. ¿Cómo se hace? Por favor, díganme.
Will there be Windows 11 or it will be like 7, 8(ate) 9
So is the new update Windows 11 on it's way or Windows series Seven, Eight(ate), Nine ?
If you are installing Windows 10 on a PC running Windows XP or Windows Vista, or if you need to create installation media to install Windows 10 on a different PC, see Using the tool to create installation media (USB flash drive, DVD, or ISO file) to install Windows 10 on a different PC section below.
Windows 10 has innovations from touch screen 2 support to features that help you focus and create. All-encompassing security included Windows 10 comes with a comprehensive suite of antivirus, firewall, ransomware protection, and Internet features, built-in with no extra cost to you. 1
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