how to show file extensions in Windows 10

How to Show File Extensions in Windows 10

The steps above were performed on a laptop computer using Windows 10, but will also work on any other Windows 10 laptop or desktop computer. You can also show file name extensions in other versions of Microsoft Windows, like Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows Vista, but the method is slightly different in some of … Read more

How to Zip a File in Windows 10

The steps in this article are going to show you how to create a zip file that contains a file on your Windows 10 computer. Locate the file that you wish to zip. Right-click on the file, choose Send to, then click Compressed (zipped) folder. Give the zipped file a name, then press Enter on … Read more

How to Use Focus Assist in Windows 10

Your Windows 10 computer can show you a lot of notifications. Whether it’s emails, program updates, information about Windows 10, or something else, those notification boxes at the bottom-right of the screen can be quite frequent. Unfortunately they can be pretty distracting at times, so you may be looking for a way to turn them … Read more

How to Forget a Network in Windows 10

When you connect to a wireless network on your Windows 10 computer, you will be able to connect to that network in the future whenever it’s in range. This makes getting online in common locations much easier, as it prevents you from needing to enter your wireless network password every time you want to connect. … Read more

Quick Way to Uninstall an App in Windows 10

If you’ve been using Windows operating systems for a while, then you are likely familiar with the traditional way of uninstalling a program. You open the Control Panel, go to the Add/Remove Programs menu, then you click on an app and you uninstall it. But Windows 10 includes a simpler method for uninstalling an app, … Read more

How to Turn on the Magnifier in Windows 10

Your Windows 10 computer has a feature that can automatically zoom everything on the screen by a certain percentage. If you’ve never adjust the settings for the magnifier before, then this value is probably set at 200%. This means that everything on the screen will be twice as big, making it much easier to view. … Read more