By default, you may have noticed that the Windows Explorer in the task bar no longer opens
This PC (something we’ve gotten used to over the years). It is however, a piece of cake to change.
1- Open Explorer
2- Click View > Options
3- In the General tab, change Open File Explorer to “This PC” and click Apply.
The icons on the Start menu are an extremely handy way of having the programs you use the most nearby. You can literally add anything you like, from shortcuts to your computer configuration to various document folders.
Here’s how you do it:
1- Open the Window of whatever you wish to add as a live tile.
2- Right-click on its name in the left column and click “Pin to Start”
3- If you wish to remove it, simply right-click again and select “Unpin from Start”.
Windows 10 has a function that lets you know what is taking up most of your space, as well as provides you with the option to uninstall it.
To review and manage your hard drive, do the following:
1- Go to Setting > System > Storage
2- Click on the drive you wish to analyze. Once it’s finished checking your drive, it will give you a clear indication of everything that is taking up the most space on that drive. If you click on any section you can easily delete files and uninstall applications you no longer need, but do make sure you do not need them before doing so.