Windows tips

You can Pin Items to the Start Menu

It is great to have a full app list, while it can be a pain to scroll through it if you find yourself constantly opening the same few apps over and over again and again. In order to make them easier to access, you can simply right-click on them, and then choose the “Pin to Start” option to have placed it as a Tile. This can also be done with all the folders and documents from the File Explorer.

You can access All Your Apps in the Start Menu

Possibly, the very best thing you can have about the Start menu back is the ability to access all your apps from it by just clicking the option “All apps” in case you want to see them in an alphabetical list.

You can Reboot & Shut Down Options in the Start Menu in the Windows 10 operating system

You will have many options for shutting down, rebooting, and also sleeping your PC, which are now located in the Start menu. You can simply click on the “Power” entry which is in the Start menu to access all these options. now we are done with 5 Windows 10 Tips And Tricks, lets see remaining tricks.

You can move & Resize Tiles in the Start Menu

The Live Tiles can also be very easy to be moved and also can be resized to your liking so that all the information you want is just where you want it. In case you want to move a Tile, you can simply click, hold, and then drag it. And, in order to resize a Tile, you may right-click on it, then you can choose a size from the “Resize” option.

Using Cortana in your Windows 10 operating System

This new Operating System Windows 10 features the Cortana, which is a personal assistant that goes as far as to provide you with all the local information and also replace typing in Windows 10 taskbar search box along with the voice. In order to give you an idea of how this works, it is just like Apple’s Siri. You may check out how to set up the Cortana in your Windows 10 to start using it and enjoy it!

Using Internet Explorer in the Windows 10 Operating System

The default browser in Windows 10 Operating System is the all-new Edge. This windows 10 also contains the Internet Explorer for all the legacy purposes which we think will be continued to be used for a considerable time to come. Also, this tip will help to show Internet Explorer in Windows 10.

The Edge browser tips and tricks

There is so much to the Microsoft Edge than what basically appears. At the core of the Microsoft Edge is the EDGEHTML rendering engine, which was developed from scratch to provide all the users a better browser. All these Edge browser tips and tricks will help you in making an Edge ninja!

View a Drive’s Entire Directory Structure

Last but not the least, Command Prompt lets you create a kind of map of directories on your computer drive. For this, you need to execute tree commands from any directory.

Quick Fix Commands For Connection Issues

If you are facing any troubles with your connections, you can use ipconfig some go-to commands to resolve the issue.

ipconfig /release (Releases your currently issued local IP address)
ipconfig /renew (Requests a new local IP address)
ipconfig /flushdns (Resets the contents of the DNS client resolver cache)

Generate Battery Health Report Using Cmd Commands

We haven’t ever imagined Command Prompt to be such a useful tool but yes it can do wonders for Windows 10 users. It helps us to quickly locate and take actions regarding files and folders. We can  use Command Prompt to generate a report about the stats like factory specs, full battery capacity etc. using cmd commands. Follow the steps below to execute:

  • Launch Command Prompt as an Administrator.
  • Type in command line: powercfg/energy.
  • It will take 60 seconds to analyze and then generate a report in an HTML document. To access the report later, you can find it in C:\Windows\system32\energyreport.html