Browsing: Windows 10

share files with other pc in windows 10 without any tool
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This tutorial explains how to share files with other PC in Windows 10 without any tool. You can share any file or folder with any other Windows 10 PC which has bluetooth or connected to same WiFi network. You can do this using “Nearby Sharing” feature introduced in Windows 10 April Update (version 1803).

enable text suggestions in Windows 10
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This tutorial explains how to enable text suggestions in Windows 10. This is a new feature of Windows 10 which provides suggestions as you type some text on Notepad, Sticky Notes, or other supported applications.

enable extended line endings in notepad of windows 10
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This tutorial shows how to enable extended line endings in Notepad of Windows 10. This is a built-in feature of Windows 10 that supports macOS line endings (CR) as well as Linux/Unix line endings (LF) in Notepad. That means you can view the content of text files created in Linux, Unix, and macOS properly in Notepad.

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This article covers 6 free Windows 10 archery game apps where you can test out your skills with the bow and arrows. Just aim and shoot at the target provided to see how good you are at it. Check them out.

clipboard history windows 10
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This tutorial explains how to enable clipboard history in Windows 10. This is a native feature of Windows 10 using which you can store multiple items in the clipboard and then use any of those items when needed. It supports text content and screenshots of less than 100 kb and you can enable it using Settings app.

see battery percentage in windows 10 taskbar
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This tutorial covers how to see battery percentage in Windows 10 taskbar. For this, I have covered three free software on this list. All these software shows battery remaining percentage directly on taskbar. No need to do even a single click.

disable automatic hide of scroll bars in windows 10
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This tutorial explains how to disable automatic scroll bar hide in Windows 10. This is a built-in feature of Windows 10 and lets you turn off automatic hide of scroll bars using Settings app or Registry Editor. You can also turn on automatic scroll bar hide in Windows 10 anytime.