Build 10525, the first new build since the the release of Windows 10, updates how it displays color for Start, Acton Center, Taskbar, and Title bars. The change is not very obvious, so we'll point it out in a hands-on video.
You can make the text and other things like icons larger in Windows 10. You can choose to resize everything in one fell swoop or temporarily resize with the Magnifier. You can also just change the text size for certain items without affecting anything else. We'll show you how to do these things.
We're Bing fans here, but Google is still the most popular search engine. You can use the recently updated Google app for Windows 10 to perform your searches. You can also access other services from Google like Youtube and Gmail. We'll show you how it works in our hands-on video.
As new users try out Windows 10 for the first time, some newbie questions might arise. An example would be how to uninstall apps on Windows 10? There are actually several ways to do it. Watch our how-to video and find out. The simplest way to uninstall apps is from the Start screen. Press the Windows logo on your keyboard or tap the icon on the screen. At the Start screen, tap and...
Continuum is an awesome feature for Windows 10 lets you change between desktop mode and tablet mode. By default, the touch keyboard does not automatically pop up when tapping on text forms, address bars, or anywhere else that you need to type on. The good news is that you can change that behavior in just a few steps.
OneDrive is a free online storage that comes with your Microsoft account. Files you store online can be synced across all your Windows devices. However, you don't need to sync everything on your OneDrive with your PC. We'll show you how you can sync only some folders.
The keyboard on Windows 10 Mobile features a caret stick that lets you move the cursor. It's located on the left side of the keyboard by default. We'll show you how to move it to right, or even turn it off.
The Action Center in Windows 10 lets you keep track of all your notifications from various apps. As you install more applications, you'll want to customize your notifications so that you don't get overwhelmed.
Cortana, your personal assistant on Windows 10, can help you find things on your PC, manage your calendar, track packages, find files, chat with you, tell jokes, and more. One of its awesome features lets you check the weather anywhere. We'll show you how to do it.
Quick Actions are a set of buttons which let you quickly open things or switch settings on or off in Windows 10. There are 13 Quick Action buttons, and you can customize which four buttons appear on top. We'll show you how.
Cortana, your personal assistant in Windows 10, has a notebook where she stores a lot of information about you. If you're a big sports fan, you should let her know your favorite teams right away. We'll show you how.
'Hey Cortana' is a feature on Windows 10 that lets your personal assistant recognize your voice and wake it up just by calling its name. We'll show you how to enable it. See it in action on our Surface 3.