When you're in school, your laptop is as important as your phone, because you'll be using it virtually every day to research homework, write papers, collaborate with other students, manage emails, use school-related applications, and more. Proper maintenance and preparation is required to make sure the device is in good shape and configured with everything you need to tackle every project during the school year successfully.

In this Windows 10 guide, we walk you through 12 easy ways to do just that, including steps to clean up junk files, optimize the system performance and battery, adjust security settings, and install essential school apps, to tune up your laptop for the new school year.

1. How to free up space using Storage sense on Windows 10

As you prepare to return to school, you want to make sure your laptop has enough space for all your project files (such as documents, pictures, and videos).

On Windows 10, Storage sense offers an easy way to delete junk files from the system drive as well as for secondary and external drives. Using this feature, you can quickly get rid of previous installation files and temporary files to free up space for more important documents and improve drive efficiency.

Removing temporary files manually with Storage sense

To delete temporary files on your laptop running Windows 10, use these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on System.
  3. Click on Storage.
  4. Under the "Local Disk (C:)" section, click the Temporary files item. (If you're running the Windows 10 October 2018 Update or older release, then under the "Storage sense" section, click the Free up space now option.)

  5. Check all the content that you want to clear to free up space, including:

    • Delivery Optimization Files.
    • Temporary files.
    • Thumbnails.
    • Windows Defender Antivirus.
    • Recycle Bin.
    • Temporary Windows installation files.
    • DirectX Shader Cache.
    • System created Windows Error Reporting Files.
    • Temporary Internet Files.
    • Previous Windows installation(s).

    Quick tip: The available items that you can delete may vary in your installation. Also, note that we're not mentioning to select the Downloads contents. If you're planning to choose this item, before clearing these files, make sure to understand that this option deletes everything stored in your "Downloads" folder.

  6. Click the Remove files button.

Once you complete these steps, Storage sense will declutter the hard drive, making more available space to save school projects and personal files.

Removing temporary files automatically with Storage sense

To free up space using Storage sense automatically, use these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on System.
  3. Click on Storage.
  4. Turn on the Storage toggle switch to enable Storage sense.
  5. Under the "Storage" section, click the Configure Storage Sense or run it now option. (If you're running the Windows 10 October 2018 Update, then click the Change how we free up space automatically option.)

  6. Use the "Run Storage sense" drop-down menu and select when the feature should run automatically:

    • Every day.
    • Every week.
    • Every month.
    • During low free disk space (recommended).
  7. Under the "Temporary Files" section, check the Delete temporary files that apps aren't using option.
  8. Use the Recycle Bin drop-down menu to specify how to clear deleted files.
  9. Use the Downloads drop-down menu to specify how to clean up files that you downloaded from the internet.

    Quick tip: If you need to delete as many files as possible, use the 1 day option in the drop-down menu. Also, the Downloads folder may contain personal files, so it's a good idea to manually back up those important files before running Storage sense.

  10. Under the "Locally available cloud content" section use the drop-down menu to specify how long OneDrive content synced to your device becomes online-only.

  11. Under the "Free up space now" section, check the Download previous versions of Windows option (if applicable). If this option is available, you may be able to free up anywhere from 10GB to 20GB of space.
  12. (Optionally) Click the Clean now button.

After you complete the steps, as you start running out of space or depending on your configuration, Storage sense will run automatically to optimize the storage space.

2. How to remove non-essential apps on Windows 10

Uninstalling apps and games you don't use is a good way to reclaim additional space on your laptop. Also, keeping apps and games to a minimum can help can reduce the chances of compatibility problems and errors.

To remove non-essential apps and games on Windows 10, use these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Apps.
  3. Click on Apps & features.
  4. Select the app (or game) you want to remove.

    Quick tip: Use the "Sort by" drop-down menu and select the Size option to identify the apps that using the most space.

  5. Click the Uninstall button.

  6. Click the Uninstall button again.
  7. Continue with on-screen directions (if applicable).

Once you complete these steps, you may need to repeat them to remove additional applications and games that you may not need.

3. How to upgrade to latest version of Windows 10

Staying current with Windows 10 allows you to access the latest features and enhancements. Also, it's among the best way to make sure your device has the newest security improvements to keep your installation and files secure from online threats.

Upgrading to Windows 10 version 1903 using Windows 10

To upgrade to the latest release of Windows 10 release using Windows Update, use these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Update & Security.
  3. Click on Windows Update.
  4. Click the Check for updates button.
  5. Click the Download and install now button, under the "Feature Update to Windows 10, version 1903" section. (The option will only be available if your device is fully compatible with your device.)

  6. Click the Restart Now button.

After you complete the steps, the setup will take over to install the latest version of Windows 10 on the laptop you're preparing for school.

Upgrading to Windows 10 version 1903 using Update Assistant

If you don't see the option to upgrade, and you know the laptop is fully compatible, you can also use the Update Assistant tool to upgrade.

To install the new version of Windows 10 using the Update Assistant, use these steps:

  1. Open this Microsoft support website.
  2. Click the Update now button.

  3. Double-click the Windows10Upgrade file to launch the assistant.
  4. Click the Update Now button.

  5. Click the Next button.

  6. Click the Restart Now button.

Once you complete the steps, the Update Assistant will upgrade your laptop, keeping your files, apps, and most settings intact.

4. How to limit apps that run a startup on Windows 10

A lot of the apps that you install on your laptop can register to run automatically on startup, and they can even configure additional background services that will also run every time you boot your computer. Although setting up apps on startup can have its benefits, these processes can impact boot times, battery life, and system performance.

If you have apps running at startup that you don't want, it's best to disable them using these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Apps.
  3. Click on Startup.
  4. Under the "Startup Apps" section, turn off the toggle switch for third-party apps that may be impacting performance during startup.

    Quick tip: Use the "Sort by" drop-down menu and select the "Startup impact" option to list the apps by their performance impact. Although the fewer the apps during startup the better, usually, you don't want to disable Microsoft services, such as OneDrive and Windows Security Notification.

After you complete the steps, your laptop should load quicker than before.

5. How to backup your laptop running Windows 10

A full backup is perhaps one of the best ways to protect your laptop and files from hardware failure, software issues, malware, or theft.

While you can use many third-party tools, you can still use the legacy system image tool on Windows 10 to create a full backup of your laptop.

Important: Microsoft no longer maintains the System Image Backup feature. You can still use the tool to create backups, but in the future, it may stop working. Also, as a deprecated feature, the company can decide to remove this tool in future releases altogether.

  1. Open Control Panel.
  2. Click on System and Security.
  3. Click on Backup and Restore (Windows 7).

  4. On the left pane, click the Create a system image link.

  5. Under "Where do you want to save the backup?" select the On a hard disk option.
  6. Using the "On a hard disk" drop-down menu, select the location to save the backup.

  7. Select any additional drives that you may want to include in the backup.

  8. Click the Next button.
  9. Click the Start backup button.

Once you complete this process, the tool will create a full backup of your device, including everything on the main hard drive as well as other drives that you may have selected.

When the process completes, you'll see a message asking you to create a system repair disc, which you can use to restore the backup when your device isn't able to start correctly. However, you can skip this step, and use a bootable USB flash drive to access the same recovery options.

If you don't have an external drive to backup your computer, you always purchase an external storage, such as the Backup Plus Slim from Seagate, which comes in different sizes up to 5TB and a portable design.

Portable size

Seagate Backup Plus Slim 1TB External Hard Drive

The Backup Plus Slim from Seagate is one of the smallest and lightest drives in market, available in four different sizes up to 5TB and four different colors. It's just 0.48 inches thick for easy portability in your laptop bag, and USB-A 3.0 connectivity means relatively fast transfer speeds.

6. How to protect your files with OneDrive on Windows 10

Alongside creating a full backup, you should also use OneDrive, not only because you can keep an up-to-date backup of your school files and synchronize them across devices, but also because it can protect your files if your laptop ever gets lost or stolen. In addition, OneDrive offers ransomware protection. It has files on-demand to keep your local storage usage to a minimum. And it has features to that let you quickly share files, and it can even sync your Windows 10 settings and protect your BitLocker recovery keys and other features.

Set up OneDrive

To configure OneDrive on your Windows 10 laptop to protect your school and other files, use these steps:

  1. Open Start.
  2. Search OneDrive and click the top result.

    Quick Tip: If you don't find OneDrive on your computer, download the OneDrive client from Microsoft, and double-click the file to install it.

  3. Using the setup experience, enter your email address.
  4. Click the Sign in button.

  5. Enter your Microsoft account password.
  6. Click the Sign in button.
  7. Click the Next button.

  8. Click the Not now button if you're using the free version of OneDrive.
  9. Click through the welcome tips.
  10. Click the Open my OneDrive folder button.

After you complete the steps, files that you store inside the OneDrive folder will upload automatically to the cloud. They'll be available from anywhere, including from another Windows 10 computer, macOS, iOS, and Android devices.

Backup Desktop, Documents, and Pictures folders

OneDrive also allows you to backup files stored inside the Desktops, Documents, and Pictures folders without the need to move their contents to the OneDrive folder.

To backup your Windows 10 folders to OneDrive, use these steps:

  1. Click the OneDrive icon from the taskbar.
  2. Click the More button.
  3. Click the Settings option.

  4. Click the Backup tab.
  5. Under the "Important PC Folders" section, click the Manage backup button.

  6. Select the folders (Desktop, Documents, and Pictures) that you want to protect in the cloud.
  7. Click the Start protection button.

Once you complete the steps, documents and other files stored in any of the known folders will securely upload to your OneDrive account.

7. How to protect your laptop from viruses and hackers on Windows 10

Although you can always install third-party security solutions, Windows 10 includes a powerful antivirus and firewall, which are more than enough to protect a device and files against malware and hackers.

Performing full virus scan using Windows Defender Antivirus

Windows Defender Antivirus is always running and ready to protect your laptop from virtually any kind of malware, including viruses, spyware, and ransomware. However, now and then, we recommended performing a full malware scan, especially if you're noticing your device is slower than usual.

To perform a full malware scan on your computer, use these steps:

  1. Open Start.
  2. Search for Windows Security and click the top result to open the app.
  3. Click on Virus & threat protection.
  4. Under the "Current threats" section, click the Scan options button.

  5. Select the Full scan option.
  6. Click the Scan now button.

After you complete the steps, Windows Defender Antivirus will perform an entire scan of your computer to detect and remove anything recognized as malicious.

Enabling Windows Firewall

As an extra layer of security, Windows 10 also includes the Windows Firewall to protect your laptop from unauthorized access.

The built-in firewall should come enabled by default, but you can always check and enable the feature as necessary using these steps:

  1. Open Start.
  2. Search for Windows Security and click the top result to open the app.2.
  3. Click on Firewall & network protection.
  4. Click the Restore settings button.

Once you complete the steps, the firewall will protect your device and data from network threats.

If you're using a different antivirus and firewall, you'll need to check your manufacturer's support website for more specific details on how to manage them.

8. How to optimize laptop battery life on Windows 10

One of the most annoying things that can happen is running out of battery while working on a school project without a power source nearby. Fortunately, Windows 10 includes a number of settings that you can use to make a single charge last longer when you can't plug in your laptop.

Changing power mode

To optimize Windows 10 to conserve battery life, use these steps:

  1. Open the battery menu from the taskbar.
  2. Use the slider and set the preferred energy mode:

    • Battery Saver: Uses a power profile to expend battery life the longest, but some features and functionalities will be disabled, throttled, or they'll work differently.
    • Better battery: Enforces a power profile that prolongs battery life significantly, but without losing features and functionalities. (Usually, this is the recommended mode that you want to use.)
    • Better performance: Implements a power profile that slightly favors performance over battery life. (Not recommended if you're trying to prolong battery life.)
    • Best performance: Uses a power profile that favors performance over battery life completely. (Not recommended if you're trying to prolong battery life.)

    Quick tip: You must unplug the laptop from the power outlet to see these options. Otherwise, you'll only see the power modes when the device is plugged in.

After you complete the steps, Windows 10 will enforce the power profile that you selected to optimize the battery life of your laptop.

Managing background apps

Although Windows 10 can decide when apps should run in the background, you can also see how apps are consuming battery, and decide which apps you want to run in the background manually:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on System.
  3. Click on Battery.
  4. Under the "Overview" section, click the See which apps are affecting your battery life option.

  5. Select the app consuming the most battery, and clear the Let Windows decide when this app can run in the background option.

Once you complete the steps, the apps that you disabled won't run in the background to prolong battery life.

Changing battery saver settings

To enable battery saver mode to get the most usage from a single charge, use these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on System.
  3. Click on Battery.
  4. Under the "Battery notifications" section, use the slider to decide when your device should start saving battery.

  5. (Optional) Turn on the Battery saver status until the next charge toggle switch.
  6. Check the Lower screen brightness while in battery saver option (recommended).

After you complete this process, the battery saver mode will help you prolong battery life. When using this option, brightness will be reduced, and some features will be disabled, throttled, or they'll behave differently.

Changing video playback settings

If your laptop isn't connected to a power source, and you need to complete a school project by watching a video, you can change the video playback settings to improve battery life. This can also be a good idea if you watch a lot of video in general.

To adjust the video playback settings on Windows 10, use these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Apps.
  3. Click on Video playback.
  4. Under the "Battery options" section, use the drop-down menu and select the Optimize for battery life option.

  5. (Optional) Check the I prefer video to play at a lower resolution when on battery option.

Once you complete the steps, the battery should last a little longer when watching videos.

Changing display settings

The display on your laptop is perhaps the single component that uses the most power, so adjusting the brightness, selecting the correct screen and sleep timers, and tweaking various other settings can help to prolong battery life.

Reduce screen and sleep timers

To specify when the screen should turn off and when the device should sleep to conserve battery, use these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on System.
  3. Click on Power & sleep.
  4. Under the "Screen" section, use the On battery power, turn off after drop-down menu and select the lowest preferred time range before turning off the display to save battery. For example, 5 minutes.

  5. Under the "Sleep" section, use the On battery power, PC goes to sleep after drop-down menu and select the lowest preferred time range before sending the device to sleep mode.

After you complete the steps, the battery life of your laptop should last a little longer.

Reduce brightness

To reduce the screen brightness on your laptop, use these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on System.
  3. Click on Display.
  4. Under the "Brightness and color" section, use the slider to reduce the brightness as much as possible.

  5. (Optional) Clear the Change brightness automatically when lighting changes option to prevent the increase of brightness when running on battery.

Alternatively, if you're running the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, you should be able to the slider option at the bottom of Action Center (Windows key + A keyboard shortcut) to reduce the display brightness.

Changing to dark theme

Using the dark color mode can also help to extend battery life.

To switch to the dark theme, use these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Personalization.
  3. Click on Colors.
  4. Use the Choose your color drop-down menu and select the Dark option.

Once you complete the steps, elements on the desktop, such as Start menu, taskbar, File Explorer, and certain apps will use dark colors, which should help to optimize battery life.

Use dark background

In addition, when running on battery, you should also use a dark background.

To apply a dark background on the desktop, use these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Personalization.
  3. Click on Background.
  4. Use the "Background" drop-down menu and select the Solid color option.

  5. Under the "Choose your color background" section, select a dark color. For example, black or dark gray.

After you complete the steps, the desktop background will change to the solid color that you selected.

Turn on airplane mode

If you don't need to connect to the internet or Bluetooth, you can use Airplane mode to conserve battery.

To enable Airplane mode on Windows 10, use the steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Network & Internet.
  3. Click on Airplane mode.
  4. Turn on the Airplane mode toggle switch.

Alternatively, you can also enable or disable Airplane mode from Action center (Windows key + A keyboard shortcut) or by opening the Network flyout in the taskbar.

Disconnect non-essential devices

Accessories, such as external storage, mice, cameras, Bluetooth devices, and others will significantly impact battery life if they're connected to your computer. To extend the battery life as much as possible, make sure to disconnect non-essential devices until you find a power outlet to charge your laptop.

Enable hibernation

On Windows 10, hibernation is a feature that saves everything your currently working on to the hard drive, allowing you to perform a complete shutdown to conserve battery life without losing your current session.

Although hibernation is a great power-saver feature, usually, it's disabled by default. But you can always enable it to extend battery life using these steps:

  1. Open Control Panel.
  2. Click on Hardware and Sound.

  3. Click on Power Options.

  4. Click the Choose what the power button do option from the left pane.

  5. Click the Change settings that are currently unavailable option to modify the Shutdown settings.
  6. Check the Hibernate option.

  7. Click the Save changes button.

Once you complete the steps, you can use the Hibernation option from the Power menu button to shut down your computer, preserving your current session without wasting battery. This option not only comes in handy to extend the battery life on your laptop, but it's a great feature to save your current session when running out of battery, and you can't afford to shut down the system.

If you don't see the Hibernation option, you may need to use these additional steps to enable the feature on your laptop.

9. How to change desktop appearance on Windows 10

On Windows 10, you can personalize the experience virtually any way you like, but if you're tuning up your laptop for school, these are the customization that you should be using.

Personalize your experience with themes

Themes are packages that include a collection of background images and specific color settings. If you want to make the experience a little more personal, you can apply a new theme with these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Personalization.
  3. Click on Themes.
  4. Click on Get more themes in Microsoft Store option.

  5. Select the theme that you like.

    Quick note: The Microsoft Store includes paid themes, but there are a bunch of great themes that you can download for free.

  6. Click the Get button.

  7. Click the Apply button.
  8. Select the new theme to apply it.

After you complete the steps, the theme will set a new desktop background and set a new color and accent color.

You can learn more about customizing the look and feel of Windows 10 with these instructions.

Pin apps to Start and taskbar for quicker access

Another way to customize your experience is by pinning your frequent apps to the Start menu and taskbar for quicker access.

To pin apps to Start and taskbar, use these steps:

  1. Open Start.
  2. Search for an app you frequently use, such as Mail, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Calculator.
  3. Right-click the top result and select the Pin to Start option to make the app available through the tile section in the Start menu.
  4. Right-click the top result and choose the Pin to Taskbar option to make the app quickly available through the taskbar.

Some apps (such as Mail, Calendar, and Microsoft To-Do) can show you useful information within the tile. If you want to get the most from this feature, it's best to resize the tile by right-clicking the app, selecting Resize, and choosing the largest available option (wide or large).

Using groups and folders on Start

You can also organize your apps in the Start menu using groups and folders.

To create a group with your frequent apps, use these steps:

  1. Open Start.
  2. Click and drag the tiles together.
  3. Click the group header and type a descriptive name. For example, Work apps.

To maximize the Start menu space, you can group apps into folders using these steps:

  1. Open Start.
  2. Click, drag, and drop a tile on top of another tile.

  3. Repeat step No. 2 to add more app tiles to the folder.
  4. Click the folder (Name folder) header and type a descriptive name.

Once you complete the steps, you'll have a more organized Start menu experience.

Declutter the desktop

Although the best way to keep the desktop clean is to minimize the number of files and shortcuts on it, there's an option to quickly declutter the desktop by hiding its content:

To hide the desktop icons and files, use these steps:

  1. Right-click on the desktop.
  2. Select the View menu option.
  3. Clear the Show desktop icons option.

You can always access your files from the Desktop folder using "File Explorer," or using the same instructions, but on step No. 3, make sure to check the Show desktop icons option.

Install new fonts for school projects

Another way to get your laptop ready for school is to add new font families that you can then use on projects or Office apps.

To install new fonts on Windows 10, use these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Personalization.
  3. Click on Fonts.

    Quick tip: If you have the font file, you can also drag and drop the file to the settings page to install it. Or you can right-click the file, and select the Install option.

  4. Click the Get more fonts in Microsoft Store option.

  5. Select the font family that you want.

    Quick note: The Microsoft Store includes paid fonts, but many are free to use.

  6. Click the Get button.

Once you complete these steps, the font family will download and install on your computer, making it available automatically to all supported applications, such as Word, PowerPoint, and others.

10. How to set up a printer on Windows 10

Although we're now living in a digital world, printing content on paper is still important, and knowing the steps to set up a wireless or USB printer on your Windows 10 laptop will come in handy in many occasions.

Adding a Wi-Fi printer

To install a Wi-Fi printer on Windows 10, make sure your laptop is connected to an internet connection, and then use these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Devices.
  3. Click on Printers & scanners.
  4. Click the Add a printer or scanner button.

  5. Select the printer from the list.
  6. Click the Add device button.

Once you complete the steps, Windows 10 will download and install the required drivers automatically.

Adding a USB printer

To set up a USB printer, make sure your device has an internet connection, and then use these steps:

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Devices.
  3. Click on Printers & scanners.
  4. Connect the printer using a USB cable.

After you complete the steps, Windows 10 will try to detect and install the local printer automatically.

If you're having problems installing an older printer, then use these steps.

These instructions cover the installation of basic drivers to start using a printer. However, many printer manufacturers also include applications to take full advantage of the printer functionality. Usually, it's not necessary to add these applications, and they can cause compatibility issues. But if you must use those features, you'll need to download and install the package from your manufacturer support website using their specific instructions.

11. How to install Office on Windows 10

Microsoft Office includes the essential tools (such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) that every student needs to stay productive in school. If you already have an Office 365 subscription, or you're planning to purchase one of the plans, these are the steps to install the suite of apps on your laptop:

  1. Open your Office account.
  2. Click the Sign-in button.

  3. Click the Install Office button.

    Quick tip: If you don't have an Office 365 subscription, click the Buy Office 365 button to select the plan that best suits your needs. If you want to share the subscription benefits with friends and family, the Office 365 Home edition is your best option.

  4. Click the Office 365 apps option.
  5. Double-click the setup file to launch the Office app installer.

Once you complete these steps, the setup will download and install all the popular Office apps, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and others.

Best apps for school

Office 365

Office 365 gives you full access to all the apps and perks that you'll need for school, such as 1TB OneDrive and Skype minutes. You can also install Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and other apps on up to five devices, and depending on the subscription, you can share the account with up to five people.

If you're a student, you may qualify to get Office 365 for free using the Microsoft students and educators promotion.

12. How to reset your laptop running Windows 10

If you've been running the same installation of Windows 10 for a long time, it's likely that your laptop is running slow and may show error messages frequently, and you may even experience issues with apps and battery. If this is the case, Windows 10 includes the "Reset This PC" feature to quickly wipe out the old setup reinstalling a fresh copy of Windows 10 while preserving your files and most settings to revitalize your laptop.

To reset your laptop while preserving files and most settings, use these steps:

Important: This process may remove apps and third-party security software, but you can always install them back after the reset.

  1. Open Settings.
  2. Click on Update & Security.
  3. Click on Recovery.
  4. Under the "Reset this PC" section, click the Get started button.

  5. Click the Keep my files option.

  6. Click the Reset button.

Once you complete the steps, the "Reset this PC" option will reset your laptop to the factory settings using the manufacturer image available on your device.

We're focusing this guide to help you tune your laptop using the tools and settings available on Windows 10. However, if you have a relatively old laptop, you may need to upgrade some of the components, such as the traditional hard drive to a solid-state drive (SSD) and memory to improve the system performance.

More Windows 10 resources

For more helpful articles, coverage, and answers to common questions about Windows 10, visit the following resources:

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