Add And Remove Start Menu Folders In Windows 10

The Start menu in Windows 10 by default lists certain folders like Documents, Pictures and Settings. You can add and remove these as needed. Here is how: Access Windows Settings (shortcut key : Windows key + I). Then choose Personalization. Scroll down to Start and click on Choose which folders appear on Start. Enable or disable the folders as needed. The...

Add Sketches In Emails And Scribble Notes On Pictures When Using Windows 10 Mail App

Windows 10 Mail app has a handy feature of directly drawing sketches, jotting notes as well as annotating/sketching on pictures and in messages which can then be emailed. This Draw feature is applicable for all accounts that are configured to use Mail app as the email client. Here is how to use it: Compose a new message by clicking on New mail icon after selecting the email account from...

Add 3D Effects To Photos And Videos Using Windows 10 Photo App

Photos app in Windows 10 includes useful editing features like adding 3D effects and animations. You can also then transform a photo into an animated video using these as well as edit existing videos. Here is how: Open Photos app (shortcut : Windows key + S) and search Photos or scroll down alphabetically from Windows 10 start menu. To add video effects, open any existing photo. Then...

Customize Hotkeys For Switching Between Input Languages In Windows 10

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If you have more than one input languages installed in Windows 10, you can assign a hotkey combination to switch between them as needed. This will be visible in the taskbar too. Here is how: Access Windows Settings (shortcut key : Win key + I) and choose Devices. Next, select Typing. Scroll down to More keyboard settings and click on Advanced keyboard settings. Choose Language...

How To Configure Wi-Fi In Windows 10 As A Mobile Hotspot

Windows 10 PCs can be used to share Internet connection as a mobile hotspot. A maximum of 8 devices can then be connected when this hotspot is active. Here is how to configure Windows 10 wireless connection as a mobile hotspot. Go to Windows Settings (shortcut key : Windows key + I) > Network & Internet. Choose Mobile hotspot. Drag the slider to on for Share my Internet...

Send Files Through Bluetooth Between Windows 10 PCs Using Nearby Sharing

With the Windows 10 April 2018 update (version 1803), there is now a feature of Nearby sharing. This feature makes it very easy to transfer files between different Windows 10 PCs without setting up a network. It does this by using Bluetooth or a Wi-Fi network. There are other useful Bluetooth features too that Windows 10 makes use of like Dynamic Lock. The prerequisite for Nearby sharing...