Microsoft’s app store - the Windows Store - is the place in Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 where you can find modern apps that are designed to work both on touchscreen devices as well as traditional PC’s with a mouse and keyboard. It’s true that the Windows Store doesn’t have as many apps available as its competitors (Google’s Play Store and Apple’s App Store ) but it still manages to offer useful apps that are also of good quality. Many of these quality apps are free. If you are new to Windows 10 and you don’t know which apps to install on your new Windows 10 PC or device, check this list with the best free apps from the Windows Store :
Windows 10 comes with lots of new features, and Cortana is one of the most interesting of the lot. Cortana is a program that acts as your personal digital assistant that can help you interact in a more human way with your Windows 10 device. Because of that, and also because Microsoft refers to Cortana as “her”, we’ll do the same. You can tell her to do various things, like launching apps, take notes, remind you when you have an appointment or even ask her about the weather prognosis or whether she likes Siri or not. And these are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what Cortana can do for you. But before you’re able to interact with Cortana, you must first go through a first time setup. In today’s article, we’re going to show you the steps required for you to do that.
In Windows 10, the default web browser is Microsoft Edge , the latest browser developed by Microsoft. However, even if Edge brings many new features and improvements when compared to Microsoft’s previous browser – Internet Explorer – you still may want to change your default browser to another one, which you’re already accustomed to. Whether you like Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Internet Explorer, Edge or any other web browser out there, setting any of them as default in Windows 10 is rather easy and, depending on the method you choose, it’s also more or less a fast process.
How often do you receive Windows Feedback prompts in Windows 10? If you don’t know what the Windows Feedback prompts are, you should know that sometimes Microsoft asks you to complete a feedback form when using Windows 10, in order to get your input about something, so that they can improve their product and the services they offer you. If you consider these requests annoying and you want to get rid of them, then read this article and find out how to stop Windows 10 from asking you for feedback:
Did you know that Windows 10 allows you to snap four windows side by side? Did you know that snapping windows is easier than ever on computers with multiple monitors? Did you know that you can snap windows side by side even on Windows 10 tablets which start all apps in full-screen mode? If you answered no to any of these questions, you must read this guide. You’ll be happy you did!