An Essential Guide For Windows 10 Users In India: Useful Tips And Tricks
Anil - Jan 07, 2020
Here are some Windows 10 tips and tricks that will leverage your experience to a new level.
- New Microsoft Edge Launched Today, Marking The Ultimate Death Of Internet Explorer
- Microsoft To Introduce A Free Tool To Fight Online Child Abuse
- Here Are The Most Awaited Smartphones This Year: iPhone 12, Galaxy S11,...
The era of Windows 7 is going to fade away because Microsoft has announced that there will be no more support for the Windows 7, starting mid-January 2020. As a result, Windows 10 is likely to take over a bunch of users and to be used more widely on both laptops and desktops.
If you’re a Windows 10 user, here are some tips and tricks that you can take advantage of them to leverage your experience to a new level.
Customize the Start menu
The "Start" menu in Windows 10 is customizable so you can change its look based on your own preferences. For instance, you can take down some “frequent items”, group or resize tiles.
Change Theme, Wallpaper, Lock Screen
Go to Settings > Choose Personalization > Scroll down to find “Themes”. Right there, you can choose to use some default themes or download artistic themes from Microsoft Store.
If you want to change your wallpaper: Settings > Personalization > Background. There are also some default wallpapers, but note that you can download any pictures from the Internet or Microsoft Store and then set it as background.
For Lock Screen: Settings > Open “Lock Screen” option > Choose a favorite image. It’s done!
Close background apps
Apps often run the background in order to send you notifications despite that you’ve closed it. If they’re not really important and you wanna save your battery, nothing is better than restricting them from the ground up.
First, open Settings > Privacy > Background Apps. Right there, you can choose to turn off all those annoying apps.
Save your battery power with Battery Saver
To sweeten the pot, you can also make your battery last longer via the “Battery Saver” option. Go to “Settings” > “System” > “Battery Saver”, then turn it on. You can opt for the “Battery Saver” with a customized schedule like when “battery falls below 20%” or the likes of it. Have fun!