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Windows 10: If you're not using these 11 tricks, you're missing out

por Donnie Wilson (2020-01-15)


page1-73px-Dong_Duong_xua_va_nay.pdf.jpgid="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> These Windows 10 tips and tricks can save you time and effort.

Sarah Tew/CNET Whether you've been using Windows 10 for years or have only recently upgraded, there are plenty of new and old tips, tricks and hidden features to learn that will make using your laptop every day faster and smoother. For example, finding the secret Start menu and saving battery power with a simple trick.

Microsoft doesn't typically publicize its hidden features the way Apple does, tour bắc kinh thượng hải which can make it more difficult to know how to get the most out of the machine you use day in and day out.

Even learning how to upgrade to Windows 10 for free can be tricky. You'll want to do this soon, by the way, since support for Windows 7 ends Jan. 14. So no matter which Microsoft, Dell, HP or other Windows 10 rig you have, these clever tips will help you stay organized and get more done. And here's everything you need to know about the Windows 10 Nov. 2019 update.

Minimize all windows except the active one
If your desktop screen has gotten too crowded with open windows, you can quickly minimize them all except the one you are currently working in.

Just click the title bar of the window you want to remain open to select it. Then, hold the mouse down and move the window back and tour bắc kinh thượng hải forth quickly -- shaking it, essentially. After a couple of quick shakes, all other open windows will minimize, bắc kinh thượng hải leaving only the one you've shaken open. Neat, huh?  

Open the 'secret' Start menu
You know that to get to the Start menu, you hit the Windows icon at the bottom left of the screen or on your keyboard. But Windows 10 includes a lesser-known second Start menu that makes accessing important features like the Command Prompt, the Control Panel and tour bắc kinh thượng hải the Task Manager much easier. You can access it two different ways, either by pressing the Windows key + X, or right click the Windows icon/Start button.