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Windows 10 Tip: How to Pin Applications
As you use your PC, you will come to find that there are certain applications that you use very regularly. To make it quicker for you to launch frequently used applications, Windows 10 allows you to "pin them" both to your Start Menu, as well as to your Taskbar. Let's look at the steps to do so.
How to Enable or Disable Tablet Mode in Windows 10
Tablet Mode in Windows 10 provides a more touch-friendly, work-friendly experience by making all applications run at full screen, while also giving you a Start screen instead of a Start Menu. To switch between Tablet and Desktop modes manually is quite simple and can be done in just a few quick steps.
How to Change Microsoft Edge's Default Search Engine to Google
Microsoft’s new Edge browser uses Bing as its default search engine, but there’s a good chance you prefer Google. Here's how to set Google as your default search engine:
Windows 10: Top Keyboard Shortcuts
Keyboard shortcuts are combinations of two or more keys that perform a task that would typically require a mouse or other pointing device. Keyboard shortcuts can save you time and effort as you use Windows 10 and other apps.
How to Write Notes on a Web Page Using Microsoft Edge
Edge allows you to add your own notes to a web page, and the process is actually quite simple:
How to Utilize Task View (Virtual Desktops) in Windows 10
If you're a single-monitor user—or even if you're not—multiple virtual desktops can be very handy. While Windows has supported this for some time, multiple desktops in Windows 10 is a mainstream feature.
How to Enable the "Hey Cortana" Feature in Windows 10
You can simply say "Hey Cortana" to activate the digital assistant, hands-free feature on Windows 10, but for security purposes, the option comes disabled by default. However, you can enable the "Hey Cortana" feature in just four simple steps: