Category Archives: Windows 10

How to Enable or Disable Save As Downloads Prompt in Edge Browser?

If you are using the Microsoft Edge browser in Windows 11 or 10, and when you download a file from the internet, by default, it saves in the Downloads folder without any prompt. However, it is possible to make the Edge browser ask you where you want to save the downloaded file by enabling the […]

How to Enable or Disable Save As Prompt in Google Chrome?

If you are using Google Chrome on Windows 11 or 10 PCs, you can quickly enable or disable the “Save As” prompt using Chrome Settings or Windows Registry. By default, the Chrome browser saves all the downloaded files in the Downloads folder. However, if you want to save files in different locations on your PC, […]

How to Change Default Drag and Drop Action in Windows 11 or 10?

Windows 11 and 10 users often drag and drop files within the File Explorer app by holding the left mouse button. By default, In Windows 11 and 10, when you drag a file and drop it to a folder on a different drive, File Explorer performs the copy action. However, if you carry a file […]

How to Enable or Disable Surf Game in Microsoft Edge?

Windows 11/10 inbuilt Microsoft Edge includes a game that is known as Surf. If you are unaware of this, you can open the game interface by entering in the Edge address bar. Then, use the mouse or spacebar to start the game and play it accordingly. It is an offline game, which means there is […]

How to Force Close an Unresponsive Program in Windows 11 or 10?

Many times program stops working in Windows 11 and 10, especially if you are using an old PC. When a program stops responding, you’ll notice the words “Not Responding” appear on its title bar. Now, you have two options; you can wait for the program to respond or force close it. If you’re looking for […]

How to Automatically Connect to the Strongest Wi-Fi Network in Windows 11 or 10?

Everybody wants to connect to the fastest Wireless connection when multiple network hotspots are available nearby you. However, Windows 11 and 10 are not configured to auto-switch to the most robust Wi-Fi network. WiFinian is a freeware application that allows you to automatically switch to the best network nearby. But, those Windows users who don’t […]

How to Restore Missing Sleep Option in Windows 11 or 10?

The Windows 11 and 10 operating system offers different power states, such as hibernation and sleep mode, that help you conserve the power. When you leave your PC in an idle state, you would prefer to put it in either hibernation or sleep mode, depending on how long you will be away from your PC. […]

How to Enable or Disable Magnifier on Windows 11 or 10?

Magnifier is a built-in Windows 11/10 application that allows you quickly zoom in and out of your computer screen. You can use the Windows Magnifier application to zoom in part or all of your computer screen to make words, images, etc., bigger to see them more clearly. Using this, you can magnify the screen up […]

How to Open Each Folders in a New Window on Windows 11 or 10?

With the default configuration of Windows 11/10, when you double-click on a folder in File Explorer, it opens in the same window. However, if you want to open a folder in a separate window, you need to right-click on the desired folder and select the option in the context menu. But, if you want every […]

How to Mute and Unmute Sound Volume in Windows 10?

Your Windows 10 machine may have dedicated buttons to increase, decrease or mute the volume. In case your device does not have dedicated buttons for sound, you can still mute and unmute the volume as needed. In this gearupwindows article, we will guide you with several methods to mute or unmute Sound Volume in Windows […]