Category Archives: Windows

Windows 11 is already installed on 1% of all devices

Windows 11 is already installed on 1% of all devices

AdDuplex has published a new stats regarding the usage share of various versions of Windows, which now also includes data on insider builds of Windows 11. Keep in mind that AdDuplex collects that data from 5000 applications using the AdDuplex SDK, so take it with a grain of salt. The actual numbers are probably slightly different, but the monthly reports from AdDuplex are the only data source to track the market share of Windows versions.

Microsoft announced Windows 365 – a Cloud PC streaming service

Microsoft announced Windows 365 – a Cloud PC streaming service

Microsoft today announced the Windows 365 cloud service at the Inspire conference. It will allow business customers to create Cloud PCs running Windows 10 or Windows 11 (after its release). There, they can stream the OS to any device. In turn, users will be able to install any applications and features on Windows in the cloud and use them from anywhere with an Internet connection.

Windows Movie Maker: How to Use It to Edit Video Easily

Windows Movie Maker: How to Use It to Edit Video Easily

Editing a video can be a need of any hour these days. People hunt for the best way to get the task done and end up possessing the tools that they shouldn’t have. We are here going to acquaint you if you aren’t with Windows Movie Maker. It is a built-in video editor for Windows7/8. There are lots of users who are happy with this and have created their impressive projects.

Enable Delete Confirmation in Windows 10

Enable Delete Confirmation in Windows 10

In Windows 10, when the user is deleting a file or a folder, there is no confirmation prompt appearing on the screen. Instead, the File Explorer app directly sends the selected objects to the Recycle Bin. If you are not happy with this behavior, you can change it. Here is how it can be done.

How to move a window using keyboard only in Windows 10 and other versions

How to move a window using keyboard only in Windows 10 and other versions

It is not often that you need to move a window using the keyboard only in the Windows operating system. Windows is designed to be used with a mouse besides the keyboard, and now touch. Every Windows user at least has a touchpad or mouse these days. However, if the keyboard is what you prefer to use, then here is how you can move a window using the keyboard! Moving a window using the keyboard can be useful if your window is partially or fully out of the screen or if some buttons that you need to click are under the Taskbar which usually appears always on top covering them.

How to resize a window using keyboard only in Windows 10 and other versions

How to resize a window using keyboard only in Windows 10 and other versions

It is not often that you need to resize a window using the keyboard only in the Windows operating system. Windows is designed to be used with a mouse besides the keyboard, and now touch. Every Windows user at least has a touchpad or mouse these days. However, if the keyboard is what you prefer to use, then here is how you can resize a window using the keyboard!

Update Windows Defender and run Quick Scan with one click

Update Windows Defender and run Quick Scan with one click

Windows Defender is the built-in security app bundled by default with Windows since Windows Vista. Although Microsoft claims that it offers only baseline antivirus protection, it's better to have to preinstalled and running than to have no antimalware at all. If you have Windows Defender enabled, you might find this trick useful to update it and then perform a Quick Scan with just one click.