Category Archives: Windows 10

How to Change Mouse Hover Time to Display Taskbar Thumbnail Live Preview in Windows 11 and 10?

On a Windows 11 or 10 PC, when you hover the mouse cursor over the taskbar thumbnail of an application, you will see a live preview of that application window. This live preview automatically hides when you remove the cursor from the taskbar thumbnail. While the default time to show a live preview of an […]

How to Enable or Disable Aero Peek in Windows 10?

Starting Windows 7, Microsoft included the Aero Peek feature, allowing you to view the desktop temporarily without minimizing all the open windows. Just move the mouse cursor to the far right end of the taskbar, and all the open windows will go transparent, and you can view the desktop. When you move the mouse cursor […]

How to Change Mouse Scrolling Settings on Windows 11 or 10?

The default mouse scrolling behavior is typically suitable for most Windows 11 and 10 users. However, if the default settings don’t suit you and you want to tune it, you can set the number of lines to roll at a time or specify to roll one screen with a single roll. In addition to that, […]

How to Enable Reverse Mouse Scrolling on Windows 11 and 10?

On Windows 11 and 10, the mouse and touchpad are used to navigate and interact much easier on the screen. However, these devices’ default scroll direction may not feel natural. If you scroll up with the mouse wheel, the page will always scroll up. Although this behavior is acceptable for most users, many people may […]

How to Set Disk Quotas for Users in Windows 11 or 10?

If you share your PC with others, it may be frustrating moments when you run out of storage because they’re taking up too much space. Fortunately, Microsoft has provided an easy way to deal with this. Windows 11/10 lets you set quotas for disk space so that each member will have their share of disk […]

How to Always Display Scroll Bars in Windows 10?

Similar to Windows 11, Windows 10 scrollbar also remains hidden when inactive. The scrollbars reappear when you move your mouse, and when you keep your mouse away, scrollbars automatically hide. If you find this behavior annoying, Microsoft has provided the option in Settings to always show scrollbars in Store apps. For your information only, Microsoft […]

How to Change the Scrollbar Width in Windows 11 or 10?

The Scroll bar is a vertical or horizontal bar that appears when scrolling the content. It remains visible to the extreme sides of the screen and sometimes at the bottom of the screen. By default, Windows 11 hides the scrollbars automatically when they’re not in use. However, using Settings, you can always display Scrollbars in […]

How to Change Scrollbars Width in Chrome and Firefox on Windows 11 or 10?

Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox both browsers include horizontal and vertical scrollbars so that you can easily find and view the contents on these browsers. However, if you are not satisfied or comfortable with the default width of scrollbars of Chrome and Firefox, you can make scrollbars wider or thinner according to your needs. Mozilla […]

How to Change Wi-Fi Password in Windows 11 or 10?

If you are using a router to connect to the internet on your Windows 11 machine and change your router Wi-Fi password, you’ll need to update the Wi-Fi password on your computer, too; otherwise, it will not connect to the internet. Once you change the Wi-Fi password on your router, Windows will not allow linking […]

How to Setup and Sign in to your Windows 10 PC with Fingerprint?

When it comes to signing into your Windows 10 computer, many options are available. You can use a traditional password or PIN to sign in. Or, you can use the Picture Password option. However, if your machine uses biometrics, you can make the sign-in process even more accessible. Microsoft’s Windows Hello feature lets you sign […]