If you think that you know everything about hidden features of new operating system Windows 10, following are 4 tips and tricks that may surprise you. Let’s check out now!

1.Use the Start menu

Tech giant Microsoft released its newest operating system Windows 10 with a lot of amazing features that you may spend much time on finding. However, you can use the familiar Start menu to get things done more quickly. Just right-click on the Start button and you’ll see a list of shortcuts for the most important areas of Windows such as Device Manager, Control Panel and Task Manager. This way will definitely help you save a lot of time.

2. Use Cortana

Cortana is Microsoft’s digital personal assistant that you can use to launch apps or find files by name. However, you can do more with it to save time. You can type a wide range of requests in the Search box on the taskbar or use your voice to send an e-mail, run Web queries, or set alarms without having to open a separate app.

saving time tips and tricks windows 10
Windows 10 has a lot of features that help you save time to get things done.

3. Use Windows Hello to access your PC

Windows Hello is a new feature that Microsoft has included to Windows 10. This kind of technology allows you to sign into your PC with just your face or a fingerprint. So it’ll certainly help you save a lot of time. To change the way you access your device, you go to the Settings app, follow the Accounts link and then select Sign-in options from the menu on the left.

4. Make windows more manageable

Many people often have to work with multiple windows open side by side and scroll through their contents. With Microsoft’s newest operating system Windows 10, you can save much time because you won’t have to click each window when you need to scroll through its contents. All you need to do is going to the Start menu, clicking on Settings, choosing Mouse & touchpad and then enabling Scroll inactive windows when I hover over them option.  


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