Category Archives: Windows 10

How to Turn Off Narrator on Windows 11 or 10?

The Narrator feature of Windows reads on-screen text to help you navigate your PC. It is especially useful for those with limited vision to “see” what’s on their computer screen. If you don’t use this feature on your PC, you can turn off the Narrator on your Windows 10 and 11. Several methods are available […]

How to Add or Remove Libraries from File Explorer Navigation Pane in Windows 10?

In Windows 10, Libraries are a link of folders that includes Camera Roll, Documents, Music, Pictures, Saved Pictures, and Videos. If you enable Libraries on your Windows 10 PC, it will always appear in the navigation pane. Windows automatically adds these folders to the default libraries and sets them as the default save location. The […]

How to Change a Mouse Double Click Speed in Windows 11 or 10?

By default, when you double-click an item on Windows 11 or 10 using your primary mouse button, it opens. If you have difficulties with fast double-clicking or your mouse, Microsoft allows you to lower or increase the speed of your mouse double-click. If you need, you can adjust the double-click sensitivities level according to your […]

How to Disable Login after Sleep in Windows 11 or 10?

When you leave your PC unattended for a specific duration, it automatically goes to sleep to preserve the battery life. You will first have to type in your account credentials to enter your PC. Most Windows users are happy with this behavior. However, if you use your personal computer and are the only user of […]

How to Open Task Manager as Admin on Windows 11 or 10?

To perform specific tasks that require admin privileges, you can open Task Manager as admin. For instance, when you try to kill the process using the Task Manager, you receive a message “Access is denied.” This shows that your user account lacks the appropriate privileges. Specific tasks and processes in Windows require elevated privileges to […]

How to Turn Off “Let’s finish setting up your device” on Windows 11 or 10?

Usually, you will see the “Let’s finish setting up your device” message after you install a Windows Update and restart your PC. Or, after creating a new user account, you see this message when you log into that account for the first time. Windows points out that you haven’t set up Microsoft 365, Windows Hello, […]

How to Record your Screen in Windows 11 or 10?

Your search ends here if you’re looking to record your screen on Windows 11 or 10 computers. Recording a screen is an excellent way to capture the process. Fortunately, Windows 11 and 10 have a built-in solution for screen recording if you don’t like to use third-party applications. You can use the built-in app Xbox […]

How to Change the Windows 10 Lock Screen Timeout?

Windows 10 operating system features a lock screen before you sign in to your account. The Lock Screen showcases the date and time, quick status for apps you choose, and a background image, typically personal pictures or from Windows Spotlight. While the Lock screen provides valuable information and beautiful pictures, you might have noticed that […]

How to Pin Portable Apps to the Start Menu in Windows 11 or 10?

Portable apps are such programs that work without actually installing them on your computer. If you use a particular portable app frequently and want to pin it in the Start Menu of Windows 11 or 10, it is possible. It is pretty simple to pin a portable app on the Start menu. In this gearupwindows […]