The secret tricks of Windows 10 that very few people know about

The secret tricks of Windows 10 that very few people know about

Support for Windows 7 has been discontinued by Microsoft this month and the use of the Windows 10 operating system is now being emphasized.

You've been using this operating system for many years now or have recently upgraded it, but it has many tips, tricks, and hidden features that most people don't know.

For example, one can find the secret menu in it, while also knowing the battery to save the laptop battery.

These secretive features are not usually exposed to the public by Microsoft, which is why most people are unaware of them.

learn the features you will definitely like.

Minimize all windows except for active windows


If the number of open windows on the desktop screen is too high, you can immediately minimize them and just keep them open on something that you are working on, press the Windows button and the Home button together for this purpose, So the window that opens in front of you will remain open, while the other windows will go down.

Open the 'Secret menu'


You may already know the Start menu, which is located in the bottom left corner of the screen, but Windows 10 also has another Start menu that accesses key features such as Command Prompt, Control Panel and Task Manager. There are 2 different ways to use them, such as pressing Windows and X or right-clicking on the Windows icon/start button.

Creating an event without opening the Calendar app


With the latest updates to Windows 10, Microsoft Calendar has the ability to quickly add events directly from the taskbar, without the need to open the calendar.

For that, click the Time and Date box on the taskbar where the time appears, then click on the date you want to schedule an event, enter the event name, time, and location there, and then By clicking save, this event will appear on the Calendar app on your device.

Take a screenshot


It is well-known that screenshots can be taken by clicking the print screen button on the keyboard, but did you know that there are 8 different ways to take a screenshot in Windows 10?

If you want to take a fullscreen image, the easiest way is to press the print screen button. If you want to take a screenshot of a particular part of the screen, click on Windows, Shift and S, which will open a tool snap and skip. Which will allow you to take a screenshot of a specific section.

Open the taskbar program with keyboard shortcuts


If you have pinned different programs in the taskbar at the bottom of the screen and want to open them without the mouse, Windows on the keyboard and click the number on which the program is on the taskbar, which is very useful right now. Proves to be when you are typing fast and don't want to lift your fingers off the keyboard.

Learn about volume of apps


If the storage of a computer or laptop starts to slow down, the speed of these devices slows down, an easy way to speed them up can be to get rid of apps that are surrounded by more space and not even use them.

Go to Settings, System, and Storage for this purpose and click on the drive you want to search (probably 10pc local storage) and go to the Apps & Games option to see a list of installed apps and learn which ones App is too large.

Get rid of ads in the Start menu


When running Windows 10 with default settings, on the right side of the Start menu you may see apps that are referred to as Microsoft Sessions but they are Windows Store app ads.

To get rid of these ads, go to Personalization and Start at Settings, then turn off the Show Occasions optionally.

Shutdown Background Apps


Apps that work in the background of the device keep getting information, notifications, and updates even when you're not using them, which is useful, but it costs the laptop's battery and data (Internet), Especially when you're connected to a mobile hotspot. So to save battery power and data, go to the Privacy and Background Apps option in Settings, let Lit Apps Run the Backgrounds off there or select a few apps and turn them off.

Background scrolling


In Windows 10 you can scroll up or down any window that is not working directly, which is very useful when you have a lot of windows open and you're looking for something at the same time, So open an internet browser or word file to test this feature, make them evenly visible that some text is visible, then you will be in a window, then scroll by placing the mouse over the other window.

Although you will not be active in it but can move up and down the page. This feature is in default devices, but if not then go to the Devices and Mouse option in Settings and turn on Scroll In Active Windows Wen Hover Over Dim.

Show file extensions in File Explorer


Microsoft provides file extensions by default, which makes it difficult to view certain types of files, such as JPEG or JPEG, etc. To view these file extensions in File Explorer, click File Explorer on the search bar at the bottom of the screen. 

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