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Minecarft PE | Windows 10 UI mod | Minecraft Win10 Features in MCPE - Duration: 3:16. - 29 Jan 2016 20:43


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Windows 10 help, tips and tricks | Windows Central - 25 Jan 2016 22:32


[[html]]In Short <br><br>Windows 10 is Microsoft's all new operating system for everything. From PCs to phones, Xbox to IoT, Windows 10 is on them all. As with all things new there will be a learning curve. There will be problems, questions, tips and tricks. That's where we come in.<br><br>All our Windows 10 help and how-to posts can be found right here. From beginner topics through to the more advanced users, we're here to help everyone who uses Windows 10.<br><br>&#13; <img src=""/> Windows 10 How To 28 July 2015 116 By Mauro Huculak There is no such as thing as too many backups. If you can make a backup of the backup, do it. Luckily, Windows makes it super easy to make an exact copy of your entire computer using the System Image Backup utility. Never used it before? We'll explain what it does and how to use it…. <img src=""/> Cleanse your PC 23 January 2016 102 By Mauro Huculak It can be the worse feeling when you're working on your computer, and suddenly a virus sneaks in and not even your antivirus can remove the threat. This is when Microsoft's Windows Defender Offline comes to the rescue, and we'll show you how to use it.[[/html]] - Comments: 0

NCompass Live: Moving to Windows 10 - Duration: 1:02:48. - 21 Jan 2016 21:38


[[html]]Recorded on Jan. 20, 2016.<br><br>NCompass Live -<br><br>Are you having trouble wading through all the information online about users experiences with updating existing computers to Windows 10? This webinar will provide an overview of what libraries will want to consider doing in preparation for the upgrading existing computers in the library to Windows 10, highlight the steps required to complete a Windows 10 upgrade, and provide tips for customizing Windows 10 for users. <br><br>Presenter: Holly Woldt, Library Technology Support Specialist, Nebraska Library Commission.<br><br>[[/html]] - Comments: 0

18 ways to save space on an iPhone - 16 Jan 2016 00:51


[[html]]We told you to turn off Photo Stream a few slides ago, but it might be the case that 1GB of Photo Stream images is worth the sacrifice for being able to easily back up the photos you take on your iPhone. Go to Settings &gt; Photos &amp; Camera and turn My Photo Stream on using the slider.<br><br>Now, as long as you have on Wi-Fi access every photo you take will appear in your Photo Stream on your iPhone and on any of your other devices you have set up to receive your Photo Stream. (When you turn it on the phone will download the last 1,000 images, it's likely to take a few minutes).<br><br>Now that the photos you are taking are appearing in your Photo Stream you can delete them from your Camera Roll. They will still be available to download on your other devices (at least until you have taken another 1,000 photos, pushing that one out of your allocated iCloud storage).<br><br>When you want to download the image to your Mac open iPhoto (or Aperture if that's what you use) and click on iCloud. You may need to wait for a moment while the Photo Stream updates itself, depending on how often you access the photo library on your Mac. Once the image you want appears, right click and choose Import.<br><br>You can also save the image to your iPad by tapping Select picking that image, and then tapping Add To and selecting an Album to add it to.<br><br>You can delete all the photos from your phone now without worrying about them being lost forever now.<br><br>Photo Stream is changing. So stay tuned for more information about how Photo Stream will upload all your photos on any device to the cloud so that you can access them on all your devices.<br><br>[[/html]] - Comments: 0

How to optimize windows 10 with 7 steps - Duration: 4:46. - 09 Jan 2016 07:26


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67 Windows 7 tips, tricks and secrets News TechRadar UK - 02 Jan 2016 11:42


[[html]]22. Explore God Mode<br><br>Windows 7 has changed Control Panel a little, but it's still too difficult to locate all the applets and options that you might need. God Mode, however, while not being particularly godlike, does offer an easier way to access everything you could want from a single folder.<br><br>To try this out, create a new folder and rename it to:<br><br><img src="" alt="Windows 7 god mode" class=" lazy-image lazy-image-loading lazyload optional-image" onerror="this.parentNode.replaceChild(window.missingImage(),this)" sizes="auto" data-src="" data-srcset=" 320w, 650w" data-sizes="auto"/><br><br>The first part, "Everything" will be the folder name, and can be whatever you want: "Super Control Panel", "Advanced", "God Mode" if you prefer.<br><br>The extension: <br><br>ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C <br><br>must be entered exactly as it is here, though, including the curly brackets. When you press [Enter] this part of the name will disappear, and double-clicking the new folder will display shortcuts to functions in the Action Centre, the Network and Sharing Centre, Power options, troubleshooting tools, user accounts and others - more than 260 options in total.<br><br><img src="" alt="Windows 7 tips tricks and secrets" class=" lazy-image lazy-image-loading lazyload optional-image" onerror="this.parentNode.replaceChild(window.missingImage(),this)" sizes="auto" data-src="" data-srcset=" 320w, 650w" data-sizes="auto"/><br><br>23. Right-click everything<br><br>At first glance Windows 7 bears a striking resemblance to Vista, but there's an easy way to begin spotting the differences - just right-click things.<br><br>Right-click an empty part of the desktop, for instance, and you'll find a menu entry to set your screen resolution. No need to go browsing through the display settings any more.<br><br>Right-click the Explorer icon on the taskbar for speedy access to common system folders: Documents, Pictures, the Windows folder, and more.<br><br>And if you don't plan on using Internet Explorer then you probably won't want its icon permanently displayed on the taskbar. Right-click the icon, select 'Unpin this program from the taskbar', then go install Firefox, instead.<br><br>24. Display the old taskbar button context menu<br><br>Right-click a taskbar button, though, and you'll now see its jumplist menu. That's a useful new feature, but not much help if you want to access the minimise, maximise, or move options that used to be available. Fortunately there's an easy way to get the old context menu back - just hold down Shift as you right-click the taskbar button.<br><br>25. Desktop slideshow<br><br>Windows 7 comes with some very attractive new wallpapers, and it's not always easy to decide which one you like the best. So why not let choose a few, and let Windows display them all in a desktop slideshow? Right-click an empty part of the desktop, select Personalise &gt; Desktop Background, then hold down Ctrl as you click on the images you like. Choose how often you'd like the images to be changed (anything from daily to once every 10 seconds), select Shuffle if you'd like the backgrounds to appear in a random order, then click Save Changes and enjoy the show.<br><br><img src="" alt="Windows 7 tips tricks and secrets" class=" lazy-image lazy-image-loading lazyload optional-image" onerror="this.parentNode.replaceChild(window.missingImage(),this)" sizes="auto" data-src="" data-srcset=" 320w, 650w" data-sizes="auto"/>Select multiple background images and Windows will cycle through them<br><br>26. RSS-powered wallpaper<br><br>And if a slideshow based on your standard wallpaper isn't enough, then you can always install a theme which extracts images from an RSS feed, and so ensures a regularly updated stream of top quality backgrounds (if you choose wisely, anyway). To see what's available, right-click an empty part of your desktop, select Personalise &gt; Get more themes online, and click RSS Dynamic Themes in the left-hand list.<br><br>Another option is to produce an RSS-based feed of your very own. Long Zheng has created a few sample themes to illustrate how it works. Jamie Thompson takes this even further, with a theme that always displays the latest BBC news and weather on your desktop. And MakeUseOf have a quick and easy tutorial showing how RSS can get you those gorgeous Bing photographs as your wallpaper. Or you can watch our custom theme video tutorial.<br><br>27. Customise the log-on screen<br><br>Changing the Windows log-on screen used to involve some complicated and potentially dangerous hacks, but not any more - Windows 7 makes it easy. <br><br>First, browse to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionAuthenticationLogonUIBackground in REGEDIT, double-click the DWORD key called OEMBackground (not there? Create it) and set its value to 1.<br><br>Now find a background image you'd like to use. Make sure it's less than 256KB in size, and matches the aspect ratio of your screen as it'll be stretched to fit.<br><br>Next, copy that image into the %windir%system32oobeinfobackgrounds folder (create the infobackgrounds folders if they don't exist). Rename the image to backgroundDefault.jpg, reboot, and you should now have a custom log-on image.<br><br>Alternatively, use a free tweaking tool to handle everything for you. Logon Changer displays a preview so you can see how the log-on screen will look without rebooting, while the Logon Screen Rotator accepts multiple images and will display a different one every time you log on.<br><br>28. Disable Windows Features<br><br>Windows 7 enables you to remove many more Windows features than ever before: Internet Explorer, Media Player, Windows Search, its indexing service, Windows Gadgets and more. This is something that you need to do cautiously, if at all (since removing something like Media Player will break many programs which rely on it), but can be useful if you're looking to create a very simple, slimmed-down system. <br><br>Click Start, type OptionalFeatures and press Enter to launch the Windows Features dialog. Clear the checkbox to the left of any features that are surplus to requirements, and click OK to remove them.<br><br>29. Recover screen space<br><br>The new Windows 7 taskbar acts as one big quick launch toolbar that can hold whatever program shortcuts you like (just right-click one and select Pin To Taskbar). And that's fine, except it does consume a little more screen real estate than we'd like. Shrink it to a more manageable size by right-clicking the Start orb, then Properties &gt; Taskbar &gt; Use small icons &gt; OK.<br><br>30. Make text easier to read<br><br>Equipping your PC with an ultra high resolution displays sounds like a great idea, but it can mean text becomes very small, and as a result some people manually reduce their screen resolution to compensate. Unfortunately this then introduces another problem: if you run LCDs below their native resolution then text (and other objects) will inevitably become fuzzy.<br><br>The solution? Leave your LCD at its maximum resolution, but scale text and other objects up so they become easier to read, while also remaining sharp. You could do this in Vista, but Windows 7 now makes the process even easier. Click Start, type "DPIScaling" and press Enter, select the size increase you need - 125% or 150% - then click Apply and restart to see the results.<br><br><img src="" alt="Windows 7 tips tricks and secrets" class=" lazy-image lazy-image-loading lazyload optional-image" onerror="this.parentNode.replaceChild(window.missingImage(),this)" sizes="auto" data-src="" data-srcset=" 320w, 650w" data-sizes="auto"/>Resizing your text can make it sharper and easier to read<br><br>31. Enjoy a retro taskbar<br><br>Windows 7 now combines taskbar buttons in a way that saves space, but also makes it more difficult to tell at a glance whether an icon represents a running application or a shortcut. If you prefer a more traditional approach, then right-click the taskbar, select Properties, and set Taskbar Buttons to Combine When Taskbar is Full. You'll now get a clear and separate button for each running application, making them much easier to identify.<br><br>32. Remove taskbar buttons<br><br>One problem with the previous tip is the buttons will gobble up valuable taskbar real estate, but you can reduce the impact of this by removing their text captions. Launch REGEDIT, browse to HKEY_CURRENT_USERControl PanelDesktopWindowMetrics, add a string called MinWidth, set it to 54, and reboot to see the results.<br><br>33. Restore the Quick Launch Toolbar<br><br>If you're unhappy with the new taskbar, even after shrinking it, then it only takes a moment to restore the old Quick Launch Toolbar.<br><br>Right-click the taskbar, choose Toolbars &gt; New Toolbar, type "%UserProfile%AppDataRoamingMicrosoftInternet ExplorerQuick Launch" (less the quotes) into the Folder box and click Select Folder. <br><br>Now right-click the taskbar, clear 'Lock the taskbar', and you should see the Quick Launch toolbar, probably to the right. Right-click its divider, clear Show Text and Show Title to minimise the space it takes up. Complete the job by right-clicking the bar and selecting View &gt; Small Icons for the true retro look.<br><br>34. Custom power switch<br><br>By default, Windows 7 displays a plain text 'Shut down' button on the Start menu, but it only takes a moment to change this action to something else. If you reboot your PC a few times every day then that might make more sense as a default action: right-click the Start orb, select Properties and set the 'Power boot action' to 'Restart' to make it happen.<br><br>35. Auto arrange your desktop<br><br>If your Windows 7 desktop has icons scattered everywhere then you could right-click it and select View &gt; Auto arrange, just as in Vista. But a simpler solution is just to press and hold down F5, and Windows will automatically arrange its icons for you.<br><br>36. Disable smart window arrangement<br><br>Windows 7 features interesting new ways to intelligently arrange your windows, so that (for example) if you drag a window to the top of the screen then it will maximise. We like the new system, but if you find it distracting then it's easily disabled. Run REGEDIT, go to HKEY_CURRENT_USERControl PanelDesktop, set WindowArrangementActive to 0, reboot, and your windows will behave just as they always did. <br><br>37. Browse your tasks<br><br>If you prefer the keyboard over the mouse, you will love browsing the taskbar using this nifty shortcut. Press Windows and T, and you move the focus to the left-most icon on the taskbar. Then use your arrow keys to change the focus to other icons, and you get a live preview of every window.<br><br>38. Display your drives<br><br>Click Computer in Windows 7 and you might see a strange lack of drives, but don't panic, it's just Microsoft trying to be helpful: drives like memory card readers are no longer displayed if they're empty. We think it's an improvement, but if you disagree then it's easy to get your empty drives back. Launch Explorer, click Tools &gt; Folder Options &gt; View and clear 'Hide empty drives in the computer folder'.<br><br>39. See more detail<br><br>The new and improved Windows 7 magnifier offers a much easier way to zoom in on any area of the screen. Launch it and you can now define a scale factor and docking position, and once activated it can track your keyboard focus around the screen. Press Tab as you move around a dialog box, say, and it'll automatically zoom in on the currently active control.<br><br>40. Extend your jumplists<br><br>By default a jumplist will display up to 10 items, but it can often be useful to extend this and add a few more. Right-click Start, select Properties &gt; Customize and set Number of Recent Items to Display in Jump Lists to the figure you need.<br><br>41. Disable Aero Peek<br><br>Hover your mouse cursor over the bottom right hand corner of the screen and Windows 7 will hide open windows, showing you the desktop. Seems like a good idea to us, but if the feature gets in your way then it's easy to turn off. Simply right-click the Start orb, select Properties &gt; Taskbar and clear the box marked Use Aero Peek to Preview the Desktop.<br><br>42. Pin a drive to the taskbar<br><br>The taskbar isn't just for apps and documents. With just a few seconds work you can pin drive icons there, too.<br><br>Right-click an empty part of the desktop, select New &gt; Text File, and rename the file to drive.exe. Drag and drop this onto your taskbar, then delete the original file.<br><br>Right-click your new "drive.exe" taskbar button, then right-click its file name and select Properties. Change the contents of both the Target and Start In boxes to point at the drive or folder of your choice, perhaps click Change Icon to choose an appropriate drive icon, and you're done - that drive or folder is now available at a click.<br><br><img src="" alt="Windows 7 tips tricks and secrets" class=" lazy-image lazy-image-loading lazyload optional-image" onerror="this.parentNode.replaceChild(window.missingImage(),this)" sizes="auto" data-src="" data-srcset=" 320w, 650w" data-sizes="auto"/><br><br>43. Expand your taskbar previews<br><br>Move your mouse cursor over a Windows 7 taskbar button and you'll see a small preview of the application window. To make this larger, launch REGEDIT, browse to HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorerTaskband, right-click in the right hand pane and create a new DWORD value called MinThumbSizePx. Double-click this, choose the Decimal option, set the value to 350 and reboot to see the results. Tweak the value again to fine-tune the results, or delete it to return to the default thumbnail size.<br><br><img src="" alt="Windows 7 tips tricks and secrets" class=" lazy-image lazy-image-loading lazyload optional-image" onerror="this.parentNode.replaceChild(window.missingImage(),this)" sizes="auto" data-src="" data-srcset=" 320w, 650w" data-sizes="auto"/><br><br>[[/html]] - Comments: 0

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