Category Archives: Windows 10

Change Quiet Hours Priority List in Windows 10

Change Quiet Hours Priority List in Windows 10

Quiet Hours is a standard feature on all mobile operating systems and it is part of Windows since Windows 8.1. When enabled, notifications are suppressed. If you are doing something important like giving a presentation or something urgent where you don't want to be distracted, you can enable Quiet Hours. In this post, we will see how to change the Priority list for Quiet Hours in Windows 10.

Change Quiet Hours Automatic Rules in Windows 10

Change Quiet Hours Automatic Rules in Windows 10

Quiet Hours is a standard feature on all mobile operating systems and it is part of Windows since Windows 8.1. When enabled, notifications are suppressed. If you are doing something important like giving a presentation or something urgent where you don't want to be distracted, you can enable Quiet Hours. In this post, we will see how to change Automatic rules for Quiet Hours in Windows 10.

Windows 10 Build 17074 Released

Windows 10 Build 17074 Released

Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17074 for PC is released to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring and for those who opted in to Skip Ahead. Windows 10 build 17074 represents the upcoming feature update to Windows 10, codenamed "Redstone 4".  It is the first Insider Preview build released in 2018. Let's see what's new.

How to Fix Install-Module is missing in PowerShell

How to Fix Install-Module is missing in PowerShell

Microsoft's PowerShell is able to download and install extra modules from an online catalog. With a couple of commands, you can extend the functionality of the PowerShell console, add new cmdlets and features. The ability to install extra modules is provided by the Install-Module cmdlet.

Paint 3D Has Got Free View Editing Support

Paint 3D Has Got Free View Editing Support

In a recent update, Microsoft added a new feature to its Paint 3D app which should make the app a lot easier for editing 3D content. Let's see what has changed.

How to Manually Download and Install Windows 10 Updates

How to Manually Download and Install Windows 10 Updates

Every time Microsoft releases a new cumulative update for Windows 10, it appears on Windows Update servers. For end users, their computers fetch updates automatically from these servers, utilizing valueable internet bandwidth. While Windows Update has some tricks of its own related to Delivery Optimization to share updates across other PCs in a network, it is sometimes convenient to download the offline installer of a big update. If you have more than one computer and would like to save your time and bandwidth, you can download and install the update manually on all of them.

How to Enable App Execution Aliases in Windows 10

How to Enable App Execution Aliases in Windows 10

Windows 10 has got a new feature. The user can enable app execution aliases for Store apps. Instead of the URI scheme which could be used to start a Store app, you can turn on an alias which appears like a regular executable file name. Let's review this feature in detail.

How to Disable Timeline Suggestions in Windows 10

How to Disable Timeline Suggestions in Windows 10

Recent builds of Windows 10 feature a new Timeline feature, that allows users to review their activity history and quickly return to their previous tasks. If you find no use for this feature, let's see how to disable it. By default, the OS will occasionally show suggestions in the Timeline pane. Today, we'll see how to disable them.

How to Set Static IP Address in Windows 10

How to Set Static IP Address in Windows 10

In Windows 10, there are a number of ways to set your IP address to a static value. for network diagnostics or if you need to form a network with another device without a DHCP server, via an Ethernet crossover cable. Let's see how to set a static IP address on Windows 10. Let's see how to set a static IP address on Windows 10.

Create Transparent PNGs with Paint 3D in Windows 10

Create Transparent PNGs with Paint 3D in Windows 10

Windows 10 comes with a new Universal (UWP) app called Paint 3D. Despite the name, the app is not a proper continuation of the classic MS Paint. It is a completely different, modern image editor which allows creating and working with 2D and 3D objects and comes with a number of effects and tools which were not available in the classic app.