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Save In Depth Power Settings To A Text File

Windows has a number of power plan settings, that allows you to select and configure options according to your overall usability. A given power plan can assist In maximizing system performance, save battery power, Increase/decrease CPU speed and a lot more. There Is a limit to the amount of details available In the Windows' Power Options, so In this tutorial, I will show you how to generate and save an In depth power settings report to a text file.

Add 'Open With' For URL Files To The Right Click

Every time you execute a particular application, the operating system automatically uses a default app to launch It. The same applies to all files. If you're not happy with a particular default app, you can right-click the file, select 'Open with' and choose the program that will execute your application. However, by default, the 'Open with' option for .URL files Is not available In the right-click context menu, hence In this tutorial, I will show you how to add It with Incredible ease.

Create Offline Files Shortcut On The Desktop

By default, Windows 10 has a feature named Sync Center and offline files, both of which operate Interactively, to allow the availability of network files when the network connection to the server Is down. Essentially, when offline files Is enabled, users can access their network files, regardless of server availability. To simplify Its accessibility, In this tutorial, I will show you how to create an offline files shortcut folder on the desktop.

How To Clear Pinned Apps From The Taskbar

Regardless of the computing tasks you perform, be It In a busy corporate environment or simply navigating on your PC at home, you will utilize your favorite apps more often than others. As such, pinning them to the Taskbar, allows access with a click of the mouse. If you wish to unpin them and for one reason or another It fails to do so, In this tutorial, I will show you how to clear pinned apps from the Taskbar with Incredible ease.

Create A Custom Shortcut Infotip Description

A commonality with many users, Is to create an array of desktop shortcuts of their favorite programs and applications, thereby they can access the lot via the one location. When you hover over a given shortcut with your computer's mouse, It will only display the shortcut's target location. As such, In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a custom shortcut Infotip description with Incredible ease.

Add Create Restore Point On Right Click

In the event something goes horribly wrong with your computer, to the point of losing functionality to some degree, Windows has a utility named System Restore, whereby It allows you to revert your operating system to It's last working state by way of using what's called a "restore point". This Is a somewhat hidden feature, so In this tutorial, I will show you how to add the "Create Restore Point" option to the right-click context menu.

How To Open Files & Folders With A Single Click

There are many beneficial features and options on the Windows platform when left at their default state and one of the good things about the OS, Is that It allows users to configure and apply settings according to their overall usability. One particular setting that significantly speeds up the process when opening files, folders and drives, Is not having the need to double-click the Item In question. In this tutorial, I will show you how to open any file, folder or drive with a single click of the mouse.

Add The 'Select All' Option To The Right Click Menu

When working with a number of files on your computer and you wish to select the lot In one hit, there are quite a few ways to do this, such as holding the Ctrl key and tapping each one with your mouse, or clicking on a blank area and using the mouse Itself to highlight each file. Wouldn't It be great If you could select every file with a simple right-click of the mouse? Well, In this tutorial, I will show you how to add the Select all option to the right-click context menu.

Create A Network & Sharing Center Shortcut

A very useful and beneficial Control Panel app named Network and Sharing Center, allows you to configure just about every networking operation on your computer, such as changing adapter settings, troubleshooting problems, setting up a new network connection and a lot more. Wouldn't It be nice, If you could access this with a double-click of the mouse? Well, In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a Network and Sharing Center shortcut on your PC's desktop.

How To Add The HomeGroup Icon To The Desktop

If you're running a small business or home network, one of the easiest ways to share office documents, Images, music, video files and also printers, Is to create a HomeGroup, thereby all devices on the same network can communicate with each other. The HomeGroup Icon however, has a tendency to appear & disappear at random Intervals, hence In this tutorial, I will show you how to add It permanently to your computer's desktop.

How To Securely Disable All Taskbar Settings

The Taskbar that's located at the bottom of your computer screen, allows you to perform a variety of tasks, such as placing It to the left, right or top of the screen, as well as using small Taskbar buttons and combining them when It becomes full. If you're sharing your PC with multiple users, they can do the very same and mess up your configuration. As such, In this tutorial, I will show you how to securely disable the Taskbar settings In Windows 10.

How To Add 'Quick Launch' To Send To Menu

When Windows XP was officially released back In August of 2001, a very handy toolbar named Quick Launch, was located next to the Start button of the Taskbar. This allowed an easy and convenient way to execute programs. Wouldn't It be nice, If you could add a copy of your favorite programs to Quick Launch via a right-click of the mouse? Well, In this tutorial, I will show you how to add Quick Launch to the Send to context menu.