Windows 10 has been a wonderful experience, and I have never once looked back at reverting to Windows 8.1 or 7, in the last eight months, since I began testing the operating system.
But, one of the biggest issues in Windows 10, is that it requires the user to enter the password for their Microsoft Account to login to the operating system.
This has been annoying users, especially those with a rather long password. Fortunately there is a simple solution for this, and the best part is you don’t have to remove your account at all.
Word of warning here, this method is intended only for those who are the sole user of the computer. It is unwise to disable [...]
We are back again with another tutorial for new users of Windows 10.
This time it is a rather simple, yet important one.
One of the main features in Windows 10, is the Start Menu. Thought it is not entirely the same as the one in Windows 7, it is a welcome addition to Windows 10, after being infamously removed from Windows 8 and the dreaded Metro UI.
The Start Menu consists of two parts, as we have already seen in many different articles, especially this one. If you don’t like the Start Menu, you can switch to one of our suggested alternative Start Menu apps.
If you do like the Start Menu, and wish to know how to pin apps to the Live Tile [...]
As we inch closer to the launch day of Windows 10, more and more news about the upcoming operating system are being announced by Microsoft.
And today, the Redmond company revealed that its digital personal assistant, Cortana will be available in Japan, Australia, Canada and India in the next few months.
Canada and India being multi-lingual countries, will initially get support for Cortana in English. The announcement was made by Marcus Ash, the Group Program Manager for Cortana.
Cortana was originally launched as an app for Windows Phone, to help users with their daily tasks, and searches. But the app was brought to Windows 10 Insider [...]