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Few More New Surprising Features in windows- multitask on your PC

Move quickly between virtual desktops Do you want to multitask on your PC?  In Windows 10, Microsoft finally provided native access to virtual desktops.  Now you can really multitask . To try it, click View Tasks (the icon next to the search box).  This will separate all open windows and apps into icons.  You can then drag one of them to the location marked "New Desktop" to create a new virtual desktop.  This allows you to separate work apps, personal apps and social media into different desktops. When you click on the task view, you can switch between virtual desktops by pressing the Windows key + Ctrl + right/left arrows.  To remove a virtual desktop, simply go back to the task view and delete the individual virtual desktops. The apps contained in that desktop are then transferr

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Windows 11: features, release date and license price

Now the most relevant and widespread operating system of Microsoft is Windows 10, which was released back in the summer of 2015. Nevertheless, it did not remain the newest in its class for too long, since it will soon be presented and then released a new platform for computers, tablets, laptops and other electronic devices, and it is called Windows 11. Currently, an American corporation , which creates it, does not advertise its upcoming release in any way, but many obvious facts indicate this, which is simply impossible not to notice. In addition, it is known how much the license will cost for it. Obviously, the new platform will be better than any available now, and this will be expressed literally in everything. So, it will provide increased speed, enhanced security system, and at th...

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Start menu in Windows 11 Customization

There are two ways to make settings in the Start menu: open “Personalization” and edit the Start section; direct change of parameters, directly from the desktop. Removing and adding tiles From Windows 10 to the 11 version of the operating system, tiles have moved that can be customized to your liking. The following settings are possible: Unpinning tiles. Click on any of them with the right mouse button and click “Unpin”. If you unpin all the tiles, Start will look like it was in Windows 7. Pinning programs. Right-click on any of the program shortcuts and select “Pin to Start Screen”. Groups of tiles. Create groups of tiles by dragging and dropping them into one zone. Clicking at the top of the group with the mouse button, easily change their name. Dimensions...

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