By adding a special context menu "Inherited Permissions", you'll be able to turn on or off the inherited permissions for files and folders quickly with one click, without opening the Advanced Security Dialog.
Mozilla is adding a new feature to Firefox 66. Scroll Anchoring should eliminate unexpected page content jumps that happen when images and ads are being asynchronously loaded at the top of the page, making you scroll the page down.
When you install several Firefox versions in Windows (e.g. the stable one, Beta, and ESR), all instances will try to share a common browser profile. This often leads to issues, because changes between versions may break profile compatibility. This changes with Firefox 67.
The team behind the most innovative Vivaldi browser released a new snapshot of the upcoming version of the app. Vivaldi 2.3.1430.4 allows including frequently visited pages in the URL drop-down list of the address bar. Also, you can set a custom name template for your screenshots.
A new cumulative update is out to Insiders who have configured Windows 10 to receive updates from the Release Preview ring. KB4476976 raises the OS version to Build 17763.292.
The Hot Air Balloons theme comes with 9 beautiful wallpapers with colorful hot air ballons. It was initially created for Windows 7, but you can use it in Windows 10, Windows 7 and Windows 8.
Today, we will see what Inherited Permissions are in Windows 10, and how they affect files, folders, and Registry keys. Also, we will learn how to disable and enable them for an object in Windows 10.
A new feature has landed in pre-release versions of Mozilla, and it will reach the production branch soon. Firefox users will be able to assign keyboard shortcuts (hotkeys) to actions available for installed extensions.
Yesterday, we saw how to quickly reset permissions for a file or folder in Windows 10. To save your time, you can add a special context menu. Here is how it can be done.
As you may already know, Windows 10 allows you to switch between the dark and light themes. This can be done with Settings. The appropriate options are located under Personalization -> Colors. Also, you can customize the accent color and apply it to the Start menu and taskbar, and/or window title bars. With a simple Registry tweak, you can enable the black color for title bars only, and keep the current color of window frames (e.g. the default blue color).