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How to use the Sticky Notes app in Windows 10 to remind you all the things

How to use the Sticky Notes app in Windows 10 to remind you all the things

Windows 10 how to: Managing wireless network connections

Windows 10 how to: Managing wireless network connections. Windows 10 means new settings and options to learn and get used to. One of those is managing wireless network connections. In Windows 10 you can easily manage your network connections and can share those connections with your contacts using Wi-Fi Sense.

Things to consider while upgrading to Windows 10

The Windows 10 release is fast approaching, and it’s time to start thinking about the upgrade. Have a Windows 7/8/8.1 machine and thinking about upgrading to Windows 10? Even though this could be a relatively easy task for many users, it may not be as easy for everyone else. There are few things you want to keep in mind.

Love it or hate it: Quick Access on Windows 10 is easy to customize or hide

Windows 10 has introduced a huge number of features and tweaks to Windows, some which are good and others not so good. Quick Access falls into the controversial category and many users are not to happy about the feature. The idea behind Quick Access makes sense, a dynamic folder which saves popular locations and lets users pin files and folders for streamlining common tasks.

How to remove the ‘Get Windows 10’ app from your PC and cancel your upgrade reservation

How to remove the ‘Get Windows 10’ app from your PC and cancel your upgrade reservation. some Windows users won’t want to move quickly to the new version of the operating system. Some users might feel they want to stay a little longer with Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, or they feel that Windows 10 isn’t quite ready.

Here are the official system requirements for Windows 10

Earlier today, Microsoft revealed that Windows 10 will launch on July 29th. This is the day in which all existing Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 users who reserved their free upgrade will be able to install Windows 10. For those curious, Microsoft has also published the system requirements for Windows 10.

A deeper dive into the Universal Windows Platform

The Universal Windows Platform is just an evolution of the same modern platform you’ve been using on phones since Windows Phone 8.1 and PCs since Windows 8. This means your code and your apps just WORK. You can continue to write apps for the Windows platform in your language and using the framework of your choice…