We have written many articles about customizing Windows 10, including How to Change your Wallpaper, Lockscreen Wallpaper, Color of the Start Menu and more.
So you can see that personalizing Windows 10 is not difficult at all, as many believe.
In fact it is very easy, thanks to the plethora of options the operating system offers. But what is the use of theming Windows 10, when you don’t have a good cursor to go with it? Are you bored with the default mouse cursor in Windows 10? Do you want to change it, but don’t know how to? You’ve come to the right place. There is a simple way to change the cursor in the operating system.
How to change [...]
One of the most important steps in maintaning the health of a computer, is to ensure that it does not run continously for days together.
Even machines need a rest too you know, else, the PC could run into some hardware problems.
This applies to any computer, and fortunately Windows 10 (and older versions) has some options which can take care of your PC automatically. No it isn’t any magic, but a few basic Power Options, which ensure your PC is tucked away, when you’re not using the computer.
You know how it works don’t you? Your smartphone automatically switches off the display, when you are not using it, to save the battery. The same [...]
We have seen many articles on customizing Windows here at Filecritic.
And here is another one for you.
Windows by default has several folders in its default setting. These are Documents, Downloads, Music, etc. Most apps save their content to one of these library folders by default. But there are times when you wish to save content in a custom folder. How do you quickly identify which folder to save the content in?
Ever wished you can change color of a folder’s icon, to mark it as important? You can, and very easily too. The only issue here is that you will need a third party app for this feature.
How to change the color of folder icons in [...]
As if there aren’t enough faults in Windows 10, Microsoft is making things even worse.
Remember how the company began advertising the free Windows 10 upgrade very aggressively?
The Redmond company had made the GWX10 (get Windows 10 app), pop-up to take up an entire screen on Windows 7 and 8.1 computers. and even more annoyingly, it did not allow the user to skip the download of the new operating system.
To further rub salt in the wound, the pop-up had no option to skip the installation of the upgrade either, except save for a setting to postpone it for later in the day. And more recently, the company began pushing the Windows 10 Upgrade as a [...]