Love it or hate it, Windows 10 is here to stay. So go ahead and customize it to your work habits.
If you have to use it, you might as well be the BOSS of it!
Customize the Start Menu
Appropriately starting with the Start Menu, unpin the tiles you don’t use. Now, resize the Start Menu to one column, similar to Windows 7 or fill the screen with it. Learn to name and move groups around the Start Menu, as well as customizing the folders you use.
Customize the Taskbar and Action Center
By customizing the Taskbar you can hide the search box (Cortana) and choose your favorite color as an accent. You’ll also learn how to choose actions you want on the Action Center slide in menu and turn off notification during quite hours of the day of your choice.
Customize Microsoft Edge
With Microsoft’s new browser, Edge, learn to import favorites from other browsers and how to add new favorites as you find them. Then customize the menu to your liking.
Pin the Important Things
Now that you have a firm grasp of the basics of Widows 10, let’s look at how to pin apps and folders to the Start Menu and Taskbar. You can also pin them to the Quick Access folder in Windows Explorer, if you us that a lot.
Once you have things set to your liking, now it’s time to learn to use Windows Applications. The cool new features of Windows is being able to snap windows to the side and to the corners to see several widows at the same time.
Last but far from least, learn to choose which apps you want to be default.