Music is something which everyone enjoys, though not everyone prefers the same genre.
But that is the thing about music, it reflects your inner style, it defines you.
Also uncommon is the music player we use. No, I’m not talking about the hardware or your smartphone music apps here, but the ones we use on our PCs. Some users still prefer to use the good old Winamp, version 2.95 to be precise, because it was the last good version, before AOL ruined it with Winamp3. Most users however favour a music player which is feature rich and also has a pleasant GUI.
What about those looking for nothing but a pure audio experience?
This is where 1by1 excels. The [...]
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 [...]
The Windows Clipboard is probably one of the most used features in Windows.
But it has literally zero customization or advanced settings. You know what I mean, the Windows Clipboard erases anything it had stored earlier, if you copy anything else to it, be it a letter or an entire page, or even a file or folder.
As a writer, this is my greatest annoyance with the clipboard. It destroys anything I may have stored, making me write it all over again. And it is for this reason, I avoid using it at all. What is a good replacement for the Windows Clipboard?
Meet Clipboard Master, and it truly does live up to its name. Let’s take a look its [...]
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 [...]