Windows 10 top 5 tips and tricks

Windows 10 is probably the last operating system from Microsoft. The new operating system is being offered as a free upgrade to Windows 8 and Windows 7 users respectively, for the first year, and will be supported for ten years by Microsoft. The new operating system has a lot to offer including some great new features. Let us check out some Windows 5tips and tricks that will help you get the best out of it. 
Windows 10 top 5 tips and tricks
1] Make Windows 10 behave the way you want it to
Besides Control Panel, Windows 10 has an easy way to use PC Settings window where you can easily change and control the settings related to Windows Updates, Networks, Apps, etc. Manage your System, change Network and Internet Settings, you can also change Windows 10 Privacy settings, manage your Devices, Personalize your PC, manage your User Accounts, set your Time & language, use tools for the differently abled and manage Windows Update and Security here.
2] Open individual settings using Desktop shortcuts
You can create Desktop shortcuts or Context Menu items to open various Settings in Windows 10. See the URI for Settings apps that open the particular Settings page directly.
3.Change Theme, Wallpaper, Lock Screen
One of the first things to check out after upgrading to Windows is how to personalize it according to your taste. You can also set up personal lock screen, wallpaper and control themes in Windows 10. 
4. Prevent Windows 10 Themes from changing desktop Icons
Desktop icons help you locate and run a program. Different people like different looks of the desktop icons. The traditional icons are appreciated more. But there are chances that if you install a theme, it will change the desktop icon images too. You can prevent that using the PC Settings option. 
5. Screen rotation
This tip won’t be useful to most, but you can rotate your screen by simultaneously pressing Ctrl + Alt + D and any of the arrow buttons. The down arrow will flip it upside down, the left or right arrow buttons will turn it 90 degrees on its side, and the up arrow will bring you back to standard orientation. If you use multiple displays, this feature allows you to orient just that display in a particular way.
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