In build 9926, Windows 10 Technical Preview (TP) again redesigns its Start Menu. However, the basic structure is still there: on the left is a list of recently used apps, and on the right is Windows 8-like Start Screen. In this simple tip, I’ll show you how to make Start Menu in Windows 10 TP build 9926 not to show your recently opened items.
The Start Menu is back in Windows 10. It was sorely missed in both Windows 8 and 8.1 and because you love Windows, a Microsoft product, the company decided to listen to your outrage and bring this iconic feature back. The Start menu isn’t the same as it was in Windows 7. It’s evolved in just the right way with live tiles, the Modern UI is still intact, the shut down button is back, and lots more. One of the newer additions to the Start menu is the ability to maximize it and use it in that maximized state so that it functions somewhat like the Modern UI start screen we all didn’t like. Some of you might prefer to always have the Start Menu open in a maximized state and here’s how you can do just that.
Open the Start menu and click the maximize button. When you want to close it, simply hit the Start button again. You can use either the dedicated key on your physical keyboard or the UI Start button to close it.
Numeric keypads are handy if you have lots of numbers to enter in a document. However, not all keyboards include a numeric keypad. Nevertheless, you can still use a numeric keypad with the virtual keyboard in Windows.
We at ComicsAlliance are suckers for a good mystery, and over the past six issues Peter Milligan and Leandro Fernandez‘s The Names has proven to be exactly our cup of tea – this high-suspense psychological thriller follows Katya Walker, a woman seeking information about her husband’s sudden death, who comes into conflict with a world-dominating techno-financial cabal called The Names, and finds herself in an uneasy partnership with her stepson Phillip, fighting for her life while searching for answers.
It’s a story full of brutal action, advanced technology, hairpin plot twists, and carefully layered concepts, populated by psychopathic murderers, mind-controlling financiers, corrupt cops, and mysterious digital beings known only as “The Dark Loops” – and, courtesy of DC/Vertigo, we’re excited to bring you this exclusive first look at pages from issue #6, which hits comic shops next week!
The last week of January marks the first week that kids have of school, and that means it’s time to start thinking of computers to buy for the kids.
In this quick round-up, we’re looking at tablets and computers, as well as tackling that software angle, because you’re going to need some of that to go with it.
That said, before buying we recommend checking with your school on what sort of applications and software the kids will need to install, because you wouldn’t want to buy something inappropriate and end up spending more than you’d have to in the first place.