Tag Archive | Windows10

Change the region of the Store in Windows 10 to access local content

Change the region of the Store in Windows 10 to access local content. Windows 10 devices trying to access the Windows Store of your particular region, it’s a pretty simple process. All you need to do is change the Region settings in Windows to match the region you are in. Here’s how to do it:

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

Use Cortana to define words for you in Windows 10

Use Cortana to define words for you in Windows 10. Microsoft’s Cortana has many uses including sending emails or checking the weather. One of the best uses though is a simple look-up feature for words and their definitions. Combined with the Hey Cortana voice recognition using Cortana to tell you quickly what a word means is a great hands-free tip.

How to roll back from Windows 10 Mobile preview to Windows Phone 8.1

If you happen to run into any problems or you simply are done testing the operating system, Microsoft has an application called “Windows Phone Recovery Tool” for PCs that will allow you to rollback to Windows Phone 8.1 from Windows 10 Mobile. How to roll back from Windows 10 Mobile preview to Windows Phone 8.1

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.

Still waiting for your Windows 10 upgrade? Get it now for free at a Microsoft Store

Still waiting for your Windows 10 upgrade? Get it now for free at a Microsoft Store. f you’ve been waiting on the Windows 10 update but haven’t received a notification for the free upgrade, there’s another way to get it on your computer.

Windows 10 receives its second set of fixes with new cumulative update

Windows 10 receives its second set of fixes with new cumulative update. Today’s cumulative update is not the first update for Windows 10. On July 29th, Microsoft released a similar patch which included over 1GB of improvements for new users upgrading from Windows 7 and Windows 8.1