Windows 10 Hidden Tips and Tricks and Hacks

Windows 10 Hidden Tips and Tricks

Today we will find some new and interesting Windows 10 Hidden Tips and Tricks. Windows is the System Software it is graphical interface element used to display the contents of an application for the user to view and interact with.  

A window is usually a rectangular area that can be resized and is generally editable according to the capabilities and limitations imposed on it by the application providing it. The window is essential in facilitating multitasking in a modern operating system, as it allows users to visually and manually switch between running applications and make general interactions with the operating system.

There are some things you may have not known about. Some have been available in Windows for a number of generations, while some are native to Microsoft's most recent Operating System.Windows coolest features are more than skin deep. Here are eight that you might have missed.

Microsoft has rolled out two major updates in 2018 alone the April 2018 Update and the October 2018 Update. So there are plenty of new hidden features and tricks to make the most of a constantly evolving Windows experience.
The Windows Help has decides to our fan who likely know at least some of these features, but they probably don't know them all.

1- Slid To Shutdown

Microsoft also included a new interactive way to power off your device with the "Slide to shut down your PC" gesture. That feature exists on Windows 10. This tutorial shows you how to add a Slide-To-Shutdown feature to the windows 10 Touch screen and simple Desktop, Laptop interface with a simple shortcut to a special command.

Slid To Shutdown

Steps to Configure Side-To-Shutdown in Windows 10. (A) Right Click on the Desktop and go to the New and Navigate to the "Shortcut". (B) A new Windows was open it will ask for Destination of the Shortcut. Now Will Past this Command in the Search Box Like this.


Slid To Shutdown

(C) Click on the Next Button and then give your new shortcut a Name.

2- New Clipboard Function

October 2018 Update, Microsoft introduces a new clipboard function in the Windows 10 that tracks the text and images (up to 4MB) that you copy. To reach the clicpboard history, type shortcut Windows + V. This action opnes a new window listing your previous cuts and copies.

New Clipboard  Funtion

Enabling New Clipboard Funtion in Windows 10. (A) Click on the Windows Button and a then click on the Setting Button. (B) After Opening Setting Click on the System then Clipboard. (C) You can see the Clipboard History Enable it. Now your new Clipboard was Enabled.

3- Secret Start Menu

Secret Start Menu

If you right-click on the Windows icon in the bottom-left corner, it will prompt a textual jump menu with a number of familiar popular destinations (Apps and Features, Search, Run). All these options are available through the standard menu interface, but you'll be able to access them quicker through this textual interface.

Windows 10 Hidden Tips and Tricks

4- Enable 'God Mode'

Enable 'God Mode'

God Mode doesn’t unlock any extra secret features in Windows or let you do any tweaking that you can’t do in the regular Windows interface. Instead, it’s simply a special folder you can enable that exposes most of Windows’ admin, management, settings, and Control Panel tools in a single, easy-to-scroll-through interface. Enabling God Mode in Windows 10.

(A) Right Click on the Desktop and go to the New and Navigate to the "Folder".

(B) Rename the folder to the "Bit of Code".


(C) Now your God Mode folder was created.

5- Quickly Jump Between Virtual Desktops

Quickly Jump Between Virtual Desktops

Do you like to multitask on your PC? I mean really multi-task? Well, you can now do this because with Windows 10, Microsoft finally provided out-of-the-box access to virtual desktops. To try it out, click on Task View (the icon to the right of the Windows menu). You can then drag any of them over to where it says "New desktop," which creates a new virtual desktop. This would allow you to, say, separate your work apps, personal apps, and social media into different desktops. 

You can toggle between virtual desktops by pressing the Ctrl + Windows Button +  Left and Right Arrows. This will allow you to automatically switch between all the open windows which you've separated into different desktops.

6- Make Your Command Prompt Window Transparent

Make Your Command Prompt Window Transparent

It appears this feature is new to Windows 10 (at least, it's not available in Windows 7). To access the Command Prompt interface Transparent. 

(A) Right click the top boarder Command Prompt.

(B) Then click on the Properties after open Properties. 

(C) Click on then Color then Tick on the "Screen Background" and Adjust your Capacity of Transparency.

Windows 10 Hidden Tips and Tricks

7- Hidden Game Bar

Hidden Game Bar

Using the Windows key-G command, you can pull up the new-and-improved Game Bar. This lets you switch your Windows PC into gaming mode (which pools system resources to the game and turns off notifications and lets you record and broadcast your gaming), along with added panels for controlling your audio. You can also search for the Game Bar in the Start menu to configure custom keyboard shortcuts for turning your microphone, screen capture, recording timer, and more on and off while gaming.

8- Hidden Games in Cortana

They're not games in the "fun" sense as much as they're cool little time-killers that Cortana can help you with. You can type (or say) "Rock Paper Scissors," "Roll the Die," or "Flip the Coin" in Cortana for a fun (?) graphic gaming experience.

9- Show desktop button

Similar to the shake feature, if you ever find your screen cluttered with windows and want to minimise everything to get back to the desktop quickly, there’s an easy way to do it. Simply click on the bottom right corner, to the right of the line, and all open windows will minimise. Click it again and all the windows will reappear where you left them.

10- Record Your Screen Activity With Steps

Steps Recorder is a combination key logger, screen capture, and annotation tool for Windows. It's used to quickly and easily document actions made on a computer for troubleshooting purposes. Open Steps Recorder in Windows.

(A) Press Windows Button.

(B) Then Search "Steps Recorder" After search result you have new app called "Steps Recorder" Open it.

(C) After opening "Steps Recorder" Click on the "Start Recording".

(D) Now, you are Steps Recorder Record all your steps. I hope you like This Tips and Trick For Windows. Thank You.

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