Category Archives: Windows 10

Rename Libraries Folder in Windows 10

Rename Libraries Folder in Windows 10

Today, we'll see how to rename the Libraries folder visible in File Explorer. Windows 10 does not come with an option to change its name, but we can use a special Registry tweak to bypass this limitation.

Disable Microsoft Edge Tab Preloading in Windows 10

Disable Microsoft Edge Tab Preloading in Windows 10

Windows 10 comes with a new default browser, Microsoft Edge. It's a Universal app which has extension support, a fast rendering engine and a simplified user interface. In this article, we will see how to prevent the Edge app from automatically preloading the start and new tab pages when you open the app.

Change Libraries Folder Icon in Windows 10

Change Libraries Folder Icon in Windows 10

Today, we'll see how to change the icon of the Libraries folder visible in File Explorer. Windows 10 does not come with an option to change it, but it is still possible.

Disable Microsoft Edge Pre-launching in Windows 10

Disable Microsoft Edge Pre-launching in Windows 10

Windows 10 comes with a new default browser, Microsoft Edge. It's a Universal app which has extension support, a fast rendering engine and a simplified user interface. In this article, we will see how to prevent the Edge app from automatically starting with the OS when you didn't open it.

Unlock Extra Text to Speech Voices in Windows 10

Unlock Extra Text to Speech Voices in Windows 10

New versions of Windows often add new text-to-speech voices. Windows Vista added Anna which was retained up to Windows 7. Windows 8 also had new voices, David, Zira and Hazel. Windows 10 features a set of additional voices which you can use with Narrator and Cortana.

Windows 10 Build 17735 is Out To the Fast Ring

Windows 10 Build 17735 is Out To the Fast Ring

Yet another build from the 'Redstone 5' branch is out for Fast Ring Insiders. This time it is Windows 10 Build 17735. It doesn't include any new feature, comes with bugfixes only.

Create Check for Store Updates Shortcut in Windows 10

Create Check for Store Updates Shortcut in Windows 10

Windows 10 includes the Store app that allows you to install and update various apps. Thanks to the Store, apps can be installed and updated with one click. By default, Microsoft Store is set to update apps automatically. It caches some details about installed and available apps to speed up the process of browsing them and improving the responsiveness of the Store app. However, if you disabled the automatic app update feature in Microsoft Store, you may need to check for app updates manually. To save your time, you can create a special shortcut.

InPrivate Desktop is a Sandbox Feature in Windows 10

InPrivate Desktop is a Sandbox Feature in Windows 10

A new post on Windows 10 Insider Feedback hub revealed a new upcoming feature of Windows 10. It is currently called "InPrivate Desktop". It adds a native sandboxed environment which will allow executing of untrusted apps in a secure isolated sandbox that will prevent apps from making any harmful changes to the OS.