Now you have Windows 10 Installed What has it got to Offer? Personalise your operating system and desktop and programs for the tasks you perform most.
OneDrive is a Microsoft cloud-based file hosting service that allows for public or private sharing and syncing of files.
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Quick Access gives you an area in File Explorer to better organise your files and locate recently accessed folders.
It is also customisable. You can pin folders that you regularly access to save time navigating through your hard drive
Click the Pin To Quick Access button on a folder to have this shortcut added to your Quick Access area.
Select the Start button, select Settings > Update & security > Backup > Add a drive , and then choose an external drive or network location for your backups.
Every hour, Windows will back up everything in your user folder. To change which files get backed up or how often backups happen, go to More options.
Uninstalling old programs can be useful for freeing up storage space on your pc. You'll also notice start up times improve if you clean up. Search for Disk Cleanup in Windows 10. You can also Uninstall the old version of windows. Make sure you tick "Previous Windows Installation"
Microsoft Edge is the only internet browser that lets you scribble, highlight and take notes directly on web pages using Web Notes. You can save your work or share it. Select Make a Web Note and choose a pen, highlight or text box to add a note and the Share it or Save it. Use the Pen , Highlighter , type a note and the share it
Windows 10 disables System Restore. System Restore is a handy tool that helps you restore your computer's system files to an earlier point in time.
Search for System Protection and click Configure to enable System Restore again. Allocate up to 10% of your available space.
Windows 10 includes a new peer-to-peer downloads for windows updates. By default, Windows will automatically use your PC’s Internet connection to upload updates to other computers over the internet, wasting your upload bandwidth.
1. Click the Start and choose Settings
2. Choose the Update & security option
3. Click the Advanced options at the bottom of the Windows Update screen
4. Scroll down to the bottom and select Choose how updates are delivered
5. Choose PCs on my local network
This means faster downloads and less download bandwidth used. You’ll only have to download the updates once and they’ll be shared amongst all your work/home PCs.