• How to Synchronize Your Computer Time with the Internet Time

    Date:2020-1-13 Author:Cordelia

    Sometimes you may find the date & time on your computer is different from the Internet time, which can cause some inconveniences such as failing to snap up something at a specific time. To make you time in accordance with the Internet time server, you don’t need to adjust it manually every now and then. […]

  • How to Enable and Customize the Narrator in Windows 10

    Date:2020-1-10 Author:Cordelia

    Narrator is a screen reader that describes what’s on your screen so you can use the information to navigate your device. It can be controlled by keyboard, touch and mouse. I’ll introduce how to enable and customize it on Windows 10 in this post. 1. Click Start button, choose Settings and hit Ease of Access […]

  • How to Set Your Computer Wallpaper as Slideshow in Windows 10

    Date:2020-1-3 Author:Cordelia

    If you are as easy to get tired with a wallpaper as me, or it’s too hard for you to make a choice between several beautiful pictures, why not create a slideshow as your computer wallpaper? You can enjoy all of these pictures while using the computer, and don’t need to change them manually. Just […]

  • How to Find Back the Notification Icon on Windows 10 Taskbar

    Date:2020-1-2 Author:Cordelia

    Want to receive the latest information? Feel bad to miss any important notification? You can check the immediate, as well as previous notifications through Action Center in Windows 10. But sometimes you may find it’s missing from the taskbar, and it gets troublesome to check those notifications. So how to get the Action Center, which […]

  • How to Change System Display Language in Windows 10

    Date:2020-1-2 Author:Cordelia

    Sometimes you may want to change your system text into another language, or your display language is changed automatically after upgrading. No matter for what reason, you can change the display language in Windows 10 any time you want. The steps are as below: 1. Hit Start button, click Settings in the menu and choose […]

  • How to Customize Your Mouse Pointer in Windows 10

    Date:2019-12-31 Author:Cordelia

    You may already get used to the default mouse pointer cause it’s one of the most common icons in Windows 10. But do you know you can also customize the mouse pointer as you like? The steps are as below: 1. Hit Start button at the bottom left corner of the screen, and click the […]

  • How to Backup Your System on Specified Disk in Windows 10

    Date:2019-12-30 Author:Cordelia

    We know that Microsoft will push Windows 10 updates every once in a while, many users who are not sure whether they will like the updated content, tend to backup the system before truly updating it to the newest version, and if they feel bad about it, they can simply restore it to the previous […]

  • How to Delete Files That Need Administrator Authority

    Date:2019-12-24 Author:Cordelia

    When using computers, it’s a common operation to create or delete a specific file. But sometimes you may encounter a situation that the file can only be deleted with administrator privileges. In this case, except for turning to third-party tools, is there any way can help you to successfully delete these files? Here’s a simple […]

  • How to Fix Start Menu Not Working in Windows 10

    Date:2019-12-23 Author:Cordelia

    Start menu is a basic part of the Windows user interface. However, sometimes you may encounter a problem that it doesn’t work when you click on the Start button, especially after the system has just been upgraded. As a result, many operations cannot be completed normally, like Shut down or Restart. So, how to fix […]

  • How to Allow or Disallow Background Apps in Windows 10

    Date:2019-12-21 Author:Cordelia

    When using computer, some apps that you didn’t open intentionally are still running in the background to provide better service. But if you want to disable them, Windows 10 now offers a feature allowing you to customize which app can run in background and which can’t, primarily to save power, but also to speed up […]