If you are wondering how to change the clock’s setting to display it in the way you want, on your computer, you are in the right place. We will be telling you how to change the date and time format in Windows 10.
Now, you may wonder, this is too easy. For some users it is, for others not so much. And even expert users might not be aware of all the available options for the settings.How to change the date and time format in Windows 10
1. Right-click on the clock in the Windows 10 Taskbar.
2. Select the “Adjust Time/Date” option.
3. This opens the Settings app. You can enable or disable the “set time automatically” and [...]
Windows 10 Build 17704 has been released for Windows Insider Preview users. The new version is available for Fast ring and Skip ahead users. Microsoft Edge is the one in focus, with quite a few new features. The Edge icon now carries a “BETA” marking to help identify the official version and test releases. But, why brand it on an Insider preview build, which clearly itself is a beta operating system?
Edge is also getting the Fluent Design, which is most noticeable in the tab bar. The currently active tab (in focus), will appear stronger compared to the background taps, which now have a depth effect (a slight blur), a feature which is like what you can add to [...]
Smartphones have become a necessity in our daily lives. But they will never replace a computer. The convenience of reading and viewing content on a big screen monitor cannot be matched by any phone’s display, regardless of how thin its bezels are. We all get links via email and IM, which are better viewed on a computer. But instead of texting the link to yourself, you can simply send it to your PC directly. Do you know how to enable Continue on PC in Windows 10?
No? Don’t worry, we are here to help you.
You need to be on the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update or above for this to work. You also need an iPhone or an Android device with any web browser. Yes, [...]
The KB4284848 Update for Windows 10 has been released on Patch Tuesday this week. The update doesn’t bring any new features, because it is a quality update.
That means it contains bug fixes, and the actual number of patches which it brings address about 16 issues in the operating system. And as always with a Windows Cumulative Update, the version number has been bumped to Build 17134.137 with the new update. The previous version was 17134.112 (patched by KB4284835) around 2 weeks ago.Here’s what’s new in the KB4284848 Update for Windows 10:
Streaming issues related to some live TV services and the HDR Video Settings Calibration settings have been [...]