Windows 10 Practical Tip – Part 1

Windows 10 Practical Tip. Windows 10 has been released for about 4 years.

The functions and tips provided by Windows 10 make computer users can operate a computer more convenient.

Although lots of computer users are sticks to use Windows 7 or even the older version, most of the computers have been upgraded to Windows 10.

The reason for that is because Windows 10 has lots of hardware requirements.

If the old device upgraded to Windows 10, it may affect the computer smoothness or compatibility of some software.

That’s why not all the user upgrades to Windows 10. Also, the ridiculous “automatic update,” often operate on the halfway of working or halfway when users are playing a game.

Most of the users may have experienced that familiar blue screen suddenly appears, right?

Windows 10 Practical Tip – Part 1

Although Windows 10 occasionally encounters some problems, considering the security and future updates, we recommend that you still use the latest version as much as possible.


For example, Microsoft also stated in their official article:

Windows 7 was released on October 22, 2009.

Microsoft has promised product support for 10 years. When this 10-year period ends, Microsoft will stop providing Windows 7 support. 


This means that after the deadline, Microsoft will no longer provide any security updates for Windows 7.

When the ten-year deadline arrived, which was in January 2020, the risk of a virus or attack will increase considerably.

Therefore, we recommend that you try to switch or upgrade to the latest operating system.

Also, to let everyone can more familiar with Windows 10, this post will explain to you some Windows 10 tips to make it easier and faster for everyone to use:


Windows 10 Practical Tip 1: Smart Window Arrangement

Sometimes it is necessary to read two windows at the same time for the operation. It is very inconvenient to switch between two windows all the time.

In that case, you can use the function [Smart Window Arrangement]. Just click and hold the title of the window and drag that windows to the left or right, then the system will automatically cut the window into half the size of the screen.

Then a list of opened windows will appear on the right. Just click another window you need to view at the same time, and it will pop up in a size of half screen for you to operate.

Windows 10 Practical Tip – Part 1

This function can also cut into four windows if you want by change the drag direction to the top left, top right, bottom left, and bottom right.

So it is very convenient for users who often need more to review lots of windows at the same time.

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Windows 10 Practical Tip 2: Adjust the height of the starting taskbar

If you think that the start function bar is too high, you can also adjust it.

Just open the Start taskbar, press [Ctrl + up or down keys], or [click left on the start taskbar upper edge], then you can make the bar height adjustment.

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Windows 10 Practical Tip 3: Activity History Record

Press the [Task View] button in the taskbar; it will pop up your computer’s activity history record.

You can see any activity record within a month at most.

By drag timeline on the right, users can view other time points they want.

Windows 10 Practical Tip – Part 1

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