Windows 10 is authoritatively here, and frankly, there’s a huge amount of new features in Microsoft’s most recent operating system. From the arrival of the Start menu to the new Edge program, Windows 10 can take some becoming acclimated to.
Fortunately, we’ve done a great deal of the leg work for you, and what follows are on the whole the tips and tricks, of all shapes and sizes, that you need to know to get you rapidly going with Windows 10 on your PC, desktop, or Surface.
- Install Windows 10 for Free
On the off chance that you haven’t yet overhauled, what the hell would you say you are sitting tight for?! Windows 10 isn’t only the best form of the operating system since Windows 7, it’s additionally absolutely free.
- Resize the Start Menu
You can resize the Start menu, making it with the goal that it only takes up a small corner of your screen, or as extensive as your whole desktop. Simply haul from the corners.
- Live Tiles in the Start Menu
In case you’re coming from Windows 8, you think about Live Tiles, the intuitive and refreshed “symbols” used to show data like climate, news, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Fortunately, they’re currently contained inside the Start menu.
- Remove Live Tiles from the Start Menu
In case you’re coming from Windows 7, not exclusively are Live Tiles new, yet they may not be such valuable. Fortunately, it’s a straightforward procedure to expel them, however, to thin up the Start menu so it all the more intently takes after the view you’re utilized to.
- Move and Resize Tiles in the Start Menu
Live Tiles can without much of a stretch to be moved and resized exactly as you would prefer so the information you need is exactly where you need it. To move a Tile, simply snap, hold, and drag it. To resize a Tile, right-click on it, at that point choose a size from the “Resize” option.
- Reboot and Shut Down Options in the Start Menu
Options for shutting down, rebooting, and dozing your PC are currently located in the Start menu. Simply click on the “Power” passage in the Start menu to get to these options.
- Access All Your Apps in the Start Menu
Potentially the best thing about having the Start menu back is the capacity to get to all your apps from it—simply click the “All apps” option to see them in an in-order list.
- Pin Items to the Start Menu
While having a full application list is incredible, it might well maybe a desolation to glance through in case you end up ceaselessly opening comparative apps again and again. To make them simpler to get to, simply right-click on them, at that point choose the “Pin to Start” option to have set as a Tile. This should likewise be possible with envelopes and reports from File Explorer.
- Search from the Start Menu
Another great method to rapidly get to an application or document is to open the Start menu, either by tapping on it or utilizing the Windows key, at that point simply composing is the name of the application, record, or envelope you’re searching for.