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Add A Power Options Advanced Settings Shortcut

Unbeknownst to quite a few users, buried In the Power Options of the Windows operating system, Is the Advanced Power Settings. This allows you to customize the way your computer manages certain power configurations, such as when to turn off the hard disk, apply the power & sleep button actions, adjust the process power management and more. Given It's a somewhat hidden feature, In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a Power Options Advanced Settings shortcut on your desktop.

How To Add Or Remove Windows Features

One of the good things about Windows 10, Is the array of built-In features that extend functionality to the operating system, without the need to opt for third-party tools. These are accessed In Control Panel, namely by selecting Turn Windows features on or off. Not every feature Is needed and you may find that the ones you do require, are disabled by default. As such, In this tutorial, I will show you how to add or remove Windows features In Windows 10.

How To Add 'Run As Administrator' To MSI Files

Depending on the type of tasks you're doing at the time, some programs require administrator privileges to execute commands and function properly. In such cases, you'd simply right-click It and select Run as administrator. However, when working with files with a .MSI file extension, the option Is not there, hence In this tutorial, I will show you how to add Run as administrator to MSI files In the right-click context menu.

Add 'System Protection' To The Right Click Menu

Windows has a default feature named System Protection, that allows you to undo system changes by performing a System Restore, as well as manually creating a Restore point, whereby you can set your computer back to the time of when It was functioning correctly. Wouldn't It be nice, If you could have these features accessible via a right-click of the mouse? Well, In this tutorial, I will show you how to add the System Protection feature to the right-click context menu.

Add 'Open In New Process' To The Context Menu

A Windows Process generally runs In the background, performing tasks dedicated to the objective of the program or service that's responsible for It's execution. Each Process Is assigned a unique PID (Process ID), that can help with debugging and troubleshooting purposes. In terms of File Explorer folders, drives and libraries, opening each one In Its own separate process helps Improve stability, thus to simplify this, I will show you how to add the 'Open In new process' option to the right-click context menu.

How To Enable God Mode In Windows 10

If you've been using the Windows operating system for many years to date, then you've most likely come across (or personally used) a very powerful feature named God Mode, that allows you to access the OS's control panels via a single folder located on your computer's desktop. If you have no Idea what this Is, rest assured, you're In good hands. In this tutorial, I will show you how to enable God Mode with Incredible ease.

How To Create A Dump File In Windows 10

If you're a heavy user of the Windows platform and have been utilizing the OS for a number of years, I'd say you've experienced the dreaded BSOD (Blue Screen of Death). By default, It dumps everything from memory onto disk In the form of a dump file, which can be analyzed to Identify the cause of the crash. You can also create your very own dump file for any application you like, thus In this tutorial, I will show you how to do It with Incredible ease.

Add The User Accounts Utility To Control Panel

We're all different In the way we access the Windows environment when booting up our computer. Some of us prefer to secure It with either a Microsoft or Local User account, whilst others simply want to go straight Into the operating system without any form of authentication. Wouldn't It be great, If  you could have the options accessible In Control Panel? Well, In this tutorial, I will show you how to add the User Accounts utility to Control Panel.

How To Rename Items In Win+X Quick Link Menu

During the development of the Windows 8 operating system, Microsoft decided to Introduce a new feature named Win+X Quick Link Menu, that contains shortcuts to a number of administrative tools and system functions. However, If you want to rename an Item as you'd normally do with files and folders, the option Is not available via the right-click of the mouse. As such, In this tutorial, I will show you how to rename Items In the Win+X Quick Link Menu.

Create A User Accounts Shortcut In Windows 10

We're all different In the way we access the Windows environment when booting up our computer. Some of us prefer to secure It with either a Microsoft or Local User account, whilst others simply want to go straight Into the operating system without any form of authentication. Wouldn't It be great, If you could have the options available with a double-click of the mouse? Well, In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a User Accounts shortcut on your desktop.

How To Natively Generate A GUID In Windows 10

Although It's not a commonality to generate your very own GUID (Globally Unique Identifier), particularly If you're simply performing basic computing tasks, developers & programmers do In fact have the need to do so at some point when (for example), working with Microsoft technologies or messing around with the Windows Registry. As such, In this tutorial, I will show you how to natively generate a GUID In Windows 10.

Safely Sandbox Programs Using 360 Total Security

When navigating online and downloading software from sources other than the official website, unless It's a reputable site, you never know for sure whether the file Is In fact clean and malicious-free. It doesn't take much effort to Infect your computer and compromise your sensitive files, thus precautionary measures must be taken when executing applications. In this tutorial, I will show you how to safely Sandbox programs using 360 Total Security.

Remove The Toolbars Taskbar Context Menu

The Taskbar that's located at the bottom of your computer screen, allows you to perform a variety of tasks, such as viewing minimized windows, accessing Task Manager, add or remove Toolbars and a lot more. In terms of the latter (Toolbars), If you've customized It suited to your overall usability, you'd want It to remain that way. As such, In this tutorial, I will show you how to remove the Toolbars context menu.

Force Users To Change Password When Logging In

The security of your computer In preventing unauthorized access by anyone attempting to sign In, Is only as good as the local user account password that's used to protect It. Changing It on a regular basis Is Imperative, however many users become complacent and simply stick with the same one for the majority of their computing tasks. As such, In this tutorial, I will show you how to force users to change their password when logging In.

Add Optimize Drives To The Right Click Menu

The more activity you perform on your computer, such as copy & paste operations, deleting files and Installing applications, the more fragmented your hard disk becomes, hence you may experience Issues with your PC's overall stability and responsiveness. To help speed things up, Windows has a built-In tool to defragment the drive(s) In question. To simplify the process, In this tutorial, I will show you how to add Optimize Drives to the right-click context menu.

Add Control Panel To File Explorer In Windows 10

The Windows Control Panel, Is a very beneficial utility containing an array of options and features. Everything from troubleshooting your PC, to applying security settings, accessing Installed programs, personalizing the OS- they're all situated In one central location. Whilst It's not difficult accessing Control Panel, wouldn't It be nice If It were available In File Explorer? Well, In this tutorial, I will show you how to add Control Panel to File Explorer In Windows 10.

How To Enable The Hidden Administrator Account

Whether you perform a clean Installation of Windows, or purchase a brand new computer and booting It up for the very first time, you need to create a (Administrator) user account prior to accessing the Windows environment. Did you know, that Windows also has a hidden Administrator account, that allows you to run tools and programs with the highest privileges? Well, In this tutorial, I will show you how to enable It with Incredible ease.

Remove Rotate Left & Right From Context Menu

If you're the type of user who works with Image files on a regular basis, you've most likely come across the native feature In Windows 10, that allows you to rotate Images to the right or left via a simple right-click of the mouse. This Is certainly very convenient for yourself, but whatever the reason may be, If you do not want other users who're sharing your PC to use this feature, In this tutorial, I will show you how to remove the Rotate right and Rotate left from the right-click menu.