If you have a dual monitors and want to set a different background for each. You don't need third party program to set them. Here's an easy way:
You should have a separate background for each monitor.
The background images will be stored under: %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Themes as: Transcoded_000 and Transcoded_001 without extension
If you want to swap the images, just rename 0 to 1, 1 to 0. Sign out and sign back in or right click on desktop and select: Next desktop background
You can use Win+Ctrl+Left/Right arrow to quickly switch between desktops, Win+Ctrl+D to create new virtual desktop and Win+Crtl+F4 to close the current virtual desktop
Game has to be in windows mode for it to work.
Type “storage” in the taskbar search box, choose the Storage setting, and you can see exactly what types of files (like music or video) are taking up your hard drive space.
This is part of the Windows Hello biometric platform, and whether or not you can make use of it depends on the make and model of computer you’re using Windows 10 on. As well as fingerprint sensing, it supports face recognition and even iris scanning, so if computer manufacturers are prepared to build this kind of kit into their systems then Microsoft’s new OS is able to support it.
The new Wi-Fi Sense feature (in network settings) is an easy way of letting people use your home wifi while they’re visiting (and for you to use theirs in return). Your contacts never actually see the password but if they’re linked to you and also on a Windows 10 bit of kit they can just start browsing as soon as they get through the door.
Microsoft has decided to embrace iOS and Android and now makes most of its apps available for the competing mobile platforms (Cortana apps are apparently imminent). Run the Phone Companion app from the Start menu and you can launch a step-by-step guide to getting your iPhone or Android phone working smoothly with all the data and apps you’ve got stored on Windows.
Hit the Windows icon at the bottom of your screen and go to Start > Settings > Personalization > Start, to customize the look of your new environment.
You can choose which system folders you want to see on the left hand side, show recently added apps, rearrange and resize the tiles, and much more.