Windows 10 has become one of the most widely used operating systems. However, despite its widespread use, many people are unaware of its features. Only after you start exploring Windows 10, you’ll realize that you can use hidden functions. Some of them are listed below:
If you have a habit of opening several windows and losing sight of what you were working on, you can enable the task view function to see all the open windows at once. All you have to do is click the “Task View” button on your toolbar or press the Windows Key + Tab. This allows you to organize your windows and make work easier for yourself.
Do you want to change how you use the start button function? Give this feature a shot—Right-click on the Windows icon in the bottom left corner of your screen. You can see all of your favorite applications in one spot, saving you time from searching for them elsewhere on your desktop. This function is similar to the original start button, giving you a good old vibe.
Minimize at Once
We’re sure you weren’t aware of this hidden feature that allows you to minimize all open windows at once. You may have missed a silver vertical in the lower right corner of your desktop. Are you wondering what that does? When you click it, all of your windows will be minimized. You can also activate this feature by pressing the shortcut keys Windows + D.
For many years, the snipping tool has been used. However, the tool has now been modified.
Press Shift + Windows + S to take a screenshot and select from a selection of image shapes. You can modify the screenshots obtained with the tool that includes an image editor independent of the Paint software.
A secret function that is extremely useful for anyone who works on computers regularly. If you want to see all of Windows’ control panels in one location, God Mode might be the option for you. Using the given code, create a new folder on the desktop. Access the folder and forget about the entire process of moving from one folder to the next.
A new way of typing
Are you sick of typing the old-fashioned way? This function allows you to expand your typing abilities while focusing more on your speech. Hit the Windows + H key to enabling speech recognition. This will allow you to type using your voice rather than your fingers and help save time even after manually filling in the necessary elements. So relax your fingers and let your voice do the work for a while.
For all the gamers who wish to stream games from their console to a Windows 10 device from anywhere, use the following instructions to enable the feature:
Navigate to Settings > Preferences. Allow streaming to additional devices.
Start the Xbox app on your device and select “Connect” from the left pane.
Choose your console from the list and press the “Connect” button.
Connect your Xbox One controller to the USB plug, then click “Stream.”