So, you know how to change the wallpaper in Windows 10.
But have you noticed something very odd, when you selected the deskyop background?
You know what I’m talking about. It’s the taskbar, it has changed its color, hasn’t it? Try opening the the Start Menu, do the tiles have the same color as well? It should, because Windows 10 will automatically personalize your theme for you, when you change the wallpaper. It chooses an accent colour based on your wallpaper’s. And yes, sometimes Windows 10 does pick an annoyingly flashy colour which is not easy on the eyes.
Don’t worry, if you don’t like it, or simply want to use a [...]
One of the many things which has been changed in Windows 10, is the way you customize the appearance ofthe operating system.
There are a few options which are now simpler than they were in prior versions of Windows.
But several options have gone the other way, i.e., they are now a bit complicated for users. This is not a good move in the slightest. Remember when Windows 7 was launched? Microsoft said its purpose was to make the operating system as firendly as possible to the layman.
Windows 10, clearly inspired by the horrible idea of Metro UI, does not help the new user at all. One such example is the the simple of disabling the icons in the system tray, [...]
Do you have several icons displayed in the Windows 10 Taskbar ? ( Clock Tray or System Tray as you like to call it.)
Want to know how to hide the app icons easily? You have come to the right place.
How to disable or enable Taskbar icons in Windows 10
There are two ways to bring up the options to do this: Directly from the taskbar and running the system app.
1. Right-click on the Windows 10 clock on the bottom right corner.
2. Click on the option which says “Customize notification icons”.
3. This takes you to the Notifications & Actions tab in the System section of the Settings app.
(Alternative method: [...]
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 [...]