Tuesday, November 30

Connect to a Wireless Display with Miracast in Windows 10

If you want to mirror your PC screen to another device (TV, Blu-ray player) wirelessly than you can easily do so using Mircast Technology. This technology helps your PC, laptop, or tablet to project your screen to the wireless device (TV, projectors) that supports the Mircast technology. The best thing about this technology is that it allows sending up to 1080p Hd video which can get the job done. Miracast requirements:Graphics driver must support Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) 1.3 with Miracast supportWi-Fi driver must support Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS) 6.30 and Wi-Fi DirectWindows 8.1 or Windows 10There are few problems with this such as compatibility or connection issues but as the technology evolves these shortcomings will long be gone. So without wasting any t...
Fix Context Menu Items Missing when more than 15 Files are Selected

Fix Context Menu Items Missing when more than 15 Files are Selected

The Open, Print, and Edit options are missing from Context Menu when you select more than 15 files? Well, then you have to come to the right place as today we are going to see how to fix this issue. In short, whenever you select more than 15 files or folders in one go then certain Context Menu items will be hidden. Actually, this is because of Microsoft as they added the limitation by default but we can easily change this limitation using Registry. This is not a new issue as the previous version of Windows also faces the same problem. The idea was to avoid a large number of registry actions on more than 15 files or folders which can cause the computer to stop responding. So without wasting any time let’s see How to Fix Context Menu Items Missing when more than 15 Files are Selected in Win...
Enable or Disable Shared Experiences Feature in Windows 10

Enable or Disable Shared Experiences Feature in Windows 10

Enable or Disable Shared Experiences Feature in Windows 10: With the introduction of Windows 10 Creator Update, a new feature called “Shared Experience” is being introduced which allows you to share experiences, send messages, synchronize apps and allows apps on your other devices to open apps on this device etc. In short, you can open an app on your Windows 10 PC then you can continue using the same app on another device such as on Mobile (Windows 10). Enable or Disable Shared Experiences Feature in Windows 10create a restore point  just in case something goes wrong.Method 1: Enable or Disable Shared Experiences Feature in Windows 10 Settings1.Press Windows Key + I to open Settings then click on System. 2.Now from the left-hand menu click on Shared Experiences.3.Next, under ri...
Create Control Panel All Tasks Shortcut in Windows 10

Create Control Panel All Tasks Shortcut in Windows 10

Create Control Panel All Tasks Shortcut in Windows 10: If you regularly use Control Panel then you must go through a lot of hassle in opening Control Panel in Windows 10. Earlier you could easily access the Control Panel from Windows Key + X menu but with the recent Creator Update, the shortcut to Control panel is missing. Well, there are actually many ways through which you can still open Control Panel but they all involve lots of mouse clicks which is just a waste your time. Create Control Panel All Tasks Shortcut in Windows 10create a restore point  just in case something goes wrong.Method 1: Create Control Panel All Tasks Shortcut1.Right-click in an empty area on Desktop then click New and select Shortcut. 2.Copy & paste one of the below into “Type the location of the i...
Enable or Disable Control Panel and Windows 10 Settings App

Enable or Disable Control Panel and Windows 10 Settings App

Enable or Disable Control Panel and Windows 10 Settings App: If you use your PC in public or you share your PC with your friends then you need to disable Control Panel and Settings app in Windows 10 in order to protect your PC from any misuse or security issues. Also, IT admins of large organization tend to disable the Control Panel and Settings app in order to protect their system from any misuse. Windows 10 Settings app and Control Panel provide a wide range of settings such as User Accounts, Privacy, Security Settings etc which means anyone with access to your PC can modify these settings. Enable or Disable Control Panel and Windows 10 Settings Appcreate a restore point  just in case something goes wrong.Method 1: Enable or Disable Control Panel and Windows 10 Settings A...
Hide Items from Control Panel in Windows 10

Hide Items from Control Panel in Windows 10

Hide Items from Control Panel in Windows 10: Control Panel is one of the most important components of Windows, which gives the ability to the user to change System Settings. But with the introduction of Windows 10, Settings app is created to replace the classic Control Panel in Windows. Although Control Panel is still present in the system with a lot of a number of options which still isn’t available in the Settings app, but if you share your PC with your friends or use your PC in public then you might want to hide specific applets in Control Panel. Hide Items from Control Panel in Windows 10create a restore point  just in case something goes wrong.Method 1: Hide Items from Control Panel in Windows 10 Using Registry Editorcreate a backup of your registry just in case, something ...
Show Control Panel in WinX Menu in Windows 10

Show Control Panel in WinX Menu in Windows 10

Show Control Panel in WinX Menu in Windows 10: This tutorial is for you if you are looking for a way to Restore Control Panel Shortcut to WinX Menu in Windows 10 after the latest Creator Update (build 1703) removed the Control Panel from Win + X menu. The Control Panel was instead replaced by Settings App which already has a shortcut (Windows key + I ) to open it directly. So this doesn’t make sense to many users and instead, they want to again show Control Panel in WinX Menu. Now you need to either pin the shortcut of Control Panel to the desktop or use Cortana, search, run dialog box etc to open Control Panel. But the problem is most of the users have already build a habit to open Control Panel from WinX Menu. So without wasting any time let’s see How to Show Control Panel in WinX ...
Add Copy To Folder and Move To Folder in the Context Menu in Windows 10

Add Copy To Folder and Move To Folder in the Context Menu in Windows 10

Add Copy To Folder and Move To Folder in the Context Menu in Windows 10: Certain functions in Windows are used more frequently than others such as Cut, Copy & Paste, therefore, in this tutorial we are going to see how you can add the commands “Copy To Folder” and “Move To Folder” in the Context Menu of the File Explorer in Windows 10. While these commands are already available in the Ribbon menu in File Explorer but it is useful to have them directly in the right-click menu. Add Copy To Folder and Move To Folder in the Context Menu in Windows 10create a restore point  just in case something goes wrong.1.Press Windows Key + R then type regedit and hit Enter to open Registry Editor. 2.Navigate to the following registry key:HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\AllFilesystemObjects\shellex\Contex...
Enable or Disable Cortana on Windows 10 Lock Screen

Enable or Disable Cortana on Windows 10 Lock Screen

Enable or Disable Cortana on Windows 10 Lock Screen: Cortana is your cloud-based personal assistant that comes built-in with Windows 10 and it works across all your devices. With Cortana you can set reminders, ask questions, play songs or videos etc, in short, it can do most of the work for you. You just need to command Cortana on what to do and when to do. Although it’s not a full functioning AI but still it’s a nice touch to introduce Cortana with Windows 10. Note: Although for sensitive tasks or those which requires launching application, Cortana will ask you to unlock the device first.Enable or Disable Cortana on Windows 10 Lock Screencreate a restore point  just in case something goes wrong.Method 1: Enable or Disable Cortana on Windows 10 Lock Screen in Settings1.Press Win...
How to Enable or Disable Cortana in Windows 10

How to Enable or Disable Cortana in Windows 10

Cortana is enabled by default and you can’t manually turn off Cortana in Windows 10. It seems like Microsoft doesn’t want you to turn off Cortana as there is no direct option/setting in either the Control or Settings app. Earlier it was possible to switch off Cortana using a simple toggle but Microsoft removed it in the Anniversary Update. Now you need to either use Registry Editor or Group Policy to enable or disable Cortana in Windows 10. It’s not necessary that everyone uses Cortana and a few users don’t want Cortana to listen to everything. Although, there are settings to disable almost all the features of Cortana but still many users want to completely disable Cortana from their System. Anyway, without wasting any time let’s see How to Enable or Disable Cortana in Windows 10 wit...