Category Archives: Windows 10

Autoplay Video Blocker is coming to Microsoft Edge Chromium

Autoplay Video Blocker is coming to Microsoft Edge Chromium

Microsoft is adding a new feature to their brand new Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser. The app is getting a new option that allows preventing web sites from automatically playing videos.

WSL 2 is now available to Windows Insiders

WSL 2 is now available to Windows Insiders

With release of Windows 10 Build 18917, Microsoft introduced WSL 2 to Insiders, the Windows Subsystem for Linux 2. It ships a real Linux kernel with Windows that will make full system call compatibility possible. This is the first time a Linux kernel is shipped with Windows.

Cumulative Updates for Windows 10 June 11, 2019

Cumulative Updates for Windows 10 June 11, 2019

Microsoft is releasing cumulative updates for supported Windows 10 versions. The updates include quality improvements only. They do not add new features to the OS, however, they change the build number. Here are the changes introduces in the updates.

Enable Narrator Scan Mode in Windows 10

Enable Narrator Scan Mode in Windows 10

How to Enable Narrator Scan Mode in Windows 10

As you may already know, Narrator is a screen-reading app built into Windows 10. Narrator lets users with vision issues to use PC and complete common tasks. One of its useful features is Scan mode. Today, we'll see how to enable and use it.

Check WDDM Version in Windows 10 (Windows Display Driver Model)

Check WDDM Version in Windows 10 (Windows Display Driver Model)

How to check WDDM Version in Windows 10

Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) is the graphic driver architecture which is composed of user-mode and kernel-mode parts. It is available starting with Windows Vista and is required starting with Windows 8. This section discusses requirements, specifications, and behavior for WDDM drivers. There are several versions of WDDM. Let's see how to find which version of WDDM is supported on your device.

Change Audio Output Device for Narrator in Windows 10

Change Audio Output Device for Narrator in Windows 10

How to Change Audio Output Device for Narrator in Windows 10

As you may already know, Narrator is a screen-reading app built into Windows 10. Narrator lets users with vision issues to use PC and complete common tasks. In recent Windows 10 builds you can change the audio output device for Narrator. Let's see how it can be done.