How To Use Specific Troubleshooters In Windows 10

Windows 10 comes with built-in troubleshooters that can help in diagnosing and narrowing down various issues. Here is how to access them: Open Settings (Win key + I) and click on Update & Security. Click on the Troubleshoot section. There will be settings for enabling and disabling troubleshooters. To access different types of troubleshooters, click on Additional troubleshooters. It will open...

Check PC Compatibility With Windows 11 Without Using The PC Health Check Tool

With Windows 11 to be rolled out soon, the list of minimum system requirements for Windows 11 can be found here. Microsoft had released a PC Health Check tool that could detect if your PC would run Windows 11 or not. This tool is discontinued for now because it didn’t give enough information about compatibility issues. WhyNotWin11 So, there is a free and unofficial tool that you can use, which...

How To Enable Mono Audio And Visual Alerts In Windows 10

Windows 10 audio settings can combine audio outputs and channel them into a single ear. It is useful when you are listening with a single earbud and so on. Here is how to enable it: Open Settings (Win key + I) and choose Ease of Access. Then scroll down to Hearing and click on Audio. From the Audio section, enable the option of Turn on mono audio. When enabled, this will combine the sounds from...

How To Use And Customize News And Interests Widget On Windows 10 Taskbar

Windows 10 has now personalized content available on your taskbar with the News and interests widget. To begin using it, all you need to is hover the mouse pointer over it by default. This widget will show you the latest news, information about weather, traffic, sports, and finance through a glance.   Right-click on the News and interests icon on the taskbar to change how the widget icon is...

How To Sort And Search Apps To Uninstall In Windows 10

Uninstalling apps from Windows 10 includes sort and search filters through which you can first list the installed apps based on different criteria before removing them. These criteria include the size of the apps and where and when they are installed. Here is how to use these filters: Open Windows settings (Win key + I) and choose Apps. It will show a list of all the installed apps. You can look for...

How To Download And Install Previously Used Windows Apps From Microsoft Store

The apps downloaded from Microsoft Store in Windows 10 are always available for installing at any time. This becomes useful when you reset or reinstall Windows 10. Here is how to access them for installing again: Open Microsoft Store from the Windows 10 menu. Click on the dots icon at the top-right and select Purchased. All the apps that were downloaded and installed at any point of time before will...