Just installing Windows 10 to your Pc or laptop or tablet, doesn’t mean your work is done. You have to fix some things instantly after installation of Windows 10. Here are they –
Kill Wi-Fi sharing
Windows 10 will share your Internet connection over Wi-Fi. This is a natty feature if you want it and also dangerous if you don’t. To be safe you should disable it.
Open Settings application from the start menu or taskbar and then open Change Wi-Fi settings and click Manage Wi-Fi settings. Now you need to uncheck all the boxes under “For networks I select, share them with.”
Customize the Start Menu
Microsoft customized their start menu. In it, user’s going to learn how to remove or add tiles, how to disable or enable live tiles, how to change its appearance and also how to resize the entire Start menu.
Whenever you face problem with your computer, restarting is the first thing you should try. In the Advanced update section within Settings you need to select Advanced Windows Update Options. After that in the drop-down menu at the top, choose “Notify to schedule restart”. In this way your laptop, tablet or computer will still restart regularly whenever updates are installed but probably you’ll get a warning first.
Meet the Action Center
Microsoft’s revolve on Apple’s Notification Center is called the “Action Center”. It might not be the main feature in the world, but it’s quite useful.
Don’t let notifications own you
As good as the new Action Center is, however you can think of it like an iPhone. If you want to give every application carte blanche access to notification, you are going to lose your mind. Instead, you want to analyze on a per-app basis and choose which applications can pop up and which can not.
You can also adjust notifications settings in Windows 10 by clicking the notifications icon in the system tray. Click All Settings, followed by System and then Notifications and Actions. Here you will be able to choose and pick which applications can display notifications and which ones cannot.Publisher: Fadiyah Sameh