Last time we saw how to create, change, and delete a schedule for the Offline Files sync operation. Today, we will review how to sync your network files and folders with the local Offline Files folder manually.
Microsoft is working on an update to the built-in Windows 10 Settings app, which may get a fancy header soon. The feature is already available to a small select group of Windows Insiders.
Starting in Windows 10 "19H1", the sign-in screen shows its background image with the blur effect applied. Many users are not happy with this change. Finally, Microsoft has provided a way to get rid of it.
Offline Files is a special feature of Windows that allows you to access files stored on a network share locally, even when you are not connected to that network. In modern Windows version, it includes a special "Always Offline" mode, that saves your bandwidth by syncing files between your PC and the appropriate network share periodically. Today, we will see how to change the Offline Files sync schedule.
Windows 10 includes the ability to automatically empty your Recycle bin, delete temporary files, and remove a number of other files to free up disk space. This is possible with the Storage Sense feature. With recently released builds, you can make Storage Sense run automatically on a schedule. Also, there is a special Group Policy option that allows forcing a specific schedule for all users.
Microsoft today released the official ISO images for Windows 10 Build 18290, which represents Windows 10 codename "19H1", the upcoming feature update, also known as "version 1903".
Microsoft is releasing a new portion of updates for all supported Windows 10 versions. Here is the change log for the updates.
By default, Windows 10 comes with no custom cursors bundled and uses the same cursors as Windows 8. Users who love customizing their OS might be bored to see the same set of cursors in all recent versions of Windows. To change cursors, you need to download them, extract the files and apply them manually with the Mouse Control Panel or using the Settings app. This has changed with Windows 10 Build 18298.
File Explorer is the default file management application which comes bundled with every modern version of Windows. It allows the user to perform all basic file operations like copy, move, delete, rename and so on. Windows 10 Build 18298 introduces a new File Explorer icon.
Microsoft is releasing a new build from the development branch (the next Windows 10 version, currently known as version 1903, or 19H1). Insiders in the Fast Ring are getting Windows 10 Build 18298. This new build contains a lot of new features.