In a few paragraphs, I will explain how to make your life on Windows 10 easier and more enjoyable in 7 points.
The First Trick – Turn off Wi-Fi Automatically
You might have noticed that Windows 10 automatically turns on Wi-Fi. On some occasions, this is required. I do not recommend turning it off in such cases. If you need to save power or maybe you are planning to use your laptop in a city with limited cellular connectivity, you can turn it off with this trick. Open Settings > Network & Internet > Wi-Fi and click the switch for Off or Select your Current Network status. This will turn your Wi-Fi back on manually. The Second Trick – Disable the USB Debugging Feature One of the features of Windows 10 is to provide access to the USB ports of your computer. You can transfer files and maybe charge your mobile phones. However, this feature can also be used by malware authors to transmit data or even infect your system.
The Second Trick – Turn off Bluetooth Automatically
This tip is for those people who want to improve their privacy. My own smartphone only has Bluetooth, so when I want to make sure I am not bombarded by notifications when I am out, or if my smartphone gets too hot while I am in a car, I just turn off the Bluetooth completely. Now that you know this trick, turn off your Bluetooth completely from your phone whenever you are not using it, or if you are in a room where other people may use Bluetooth. Do this in a way that is not noticeable to others. The Third Trick – Sync Camera Automatically Most modern smartphones have some sort of camera app, and if your device supports Wi-Fi Direct, then you can simply make sure that your camera app on your Windows 10 smartphone is automatically synced between your computer and your phone.
The Third Trick – Create a Quiet Hours
By default, Windows 10 will allow you to choose from three different levels of noise when using your PC. For most users, the default option is normal. After installing all the desired products from the Windows Store, you will have to add the Silence Hour, which will minimize the sounds and vibrate the system at night when no one is using your computer. This is very handy because it will help you fall asleep faster and feel safer. It is a free app for your Windows 10 system, and in case you want to test it, you can do it right now on our website. The First Trick – Set WiFi Priority The WiFi priority settings allows you to prioritize your internet connection in Windows 10.
The Fourth Trick – Change the Lock Screen Background
When the setting in Settings is not selected, the lock screen background will be white and when set to “Full Screen Background” and “Full Screen Paint Background”, it will be the same color as the entire Windows 10 interface. This is an easy trick to set a different background for your lock screen. I’ll show you how to set a different background. 1. Select “Default Colors” in the “Settings” menu. 2. Click on “Change Desktop Background”. 3. Select a picture from the Photos app (this will open the “Picture” app.) 4. Once the pictures are shown, select the one you want to use. 5. Save this picture. 6. Go to Settings > Personalization > Colors and enable the “Featured photo”. That’s all. You will see the black picture when your lock screen is selected.
The Fifth Trick – Create Playlists for Music
To create a playlist of music for your iPod or other music player, click on the Music in the bottom left of the taskbar, go to the Playlists section and click Add a New Playlist. A page will appear with your entire music collection from Windows or from your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch. Click Add All. The sixth trick – Set Default Browser in Windows 10 You can set your default web browser in Windows 10 to open in Internet Explorer if you want to, but if you want to use Google Chrome, simply go to Settings > Apps > All and click the Default Apps tab and pick Google Chrome for the browser.
The Sixth Trick – Change the Mouse settings
Windows 10 does not give you much control over the mouse pointer. You can’t modify the sensitivity. You can’t adjust the scroll position or show the statusbar. You can change the layout, using the DPI button. You can use the F6 key to jump to the recent commands. But these are rather basic stuff, designed for only experienced users. But if you’re a normal Windows user, you have a sixth trick at your disposal: Changing the mouse pointer’s scroll-and-rotate settings! Go to Control Panel > Devices > Mouse & pointing device. Click on “Diagnostics and diagnostic messages”. Click “Advanced settings for your mouse”. Under “On-screen pointer settings”, select the pointer scroll-and-rotate settings option. Turn the scroll-and-rotate settings to 100%.
Windows 10 is a great operating system. However, it’s true that there is still plenty of things that users still don’t know about it. Therefore, we have compiled some Windows 10 tips and tricks that would help you make your PC life a lot more easier. For those of you who want to get rid of the nagging software that your Windows 10 PC won’t let you remove (Windows Media Player 11 or Steam, for example), you can now!