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Top 5 Unique Tips And Tricks For Windows 10 That Blow your Mind

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Written by Pankaj Rawat

Microsoft Producing a turning point for Windows 10 with the Creators Update; while there were no some kinds of upgrades included, it’s feeling much more like a Luxury OS version, particularly with its new Game Mode, privacy controls, and upgraded Edge browser. Yes, They have added these features in their Update. So let us Start”Top 5 Unique Tips And Tricks For Windows 10 That Blow your Mind”.

Enable Slide to Shutdown

This trick only works on Windows 10. It’s complicated and probably not worth the effort for what you get out of it, Also this is fun to do, So here you go:

Right-click on the desktop > New > Shortcut. In the ensuing pop-up window, paste the following line of code:

” %windir%\System32\SlideToShutDown.exe “

And Hit Enter Then This creates an icon on your desktop, which you can feel free to rename to whatever you’d like. And When you click the icon then see what the click is. COOl……Just A new way to shut down your Device.

slide down


Enable ‘God Mode’

Are you a power user who wants access to your PC’s all control of your device? Then “God mode” is for you. Here’s how to access it:

Right-click on the desktop > New > Folder. Re-name the new folder with this code Shown Below.


To enter the “God Mode” window, double-click the folder and go nuts.



Hidden Games in Cortana

Yes, Cortana is cool and your personal partner I know you also love Cortana and also you can play some mini stuff games with tour personal assistance Like, You can say “Rock Paper Scissors,” “Roll the Die,” or “Flip the Coin” in Cortana to have a fun(?) graphic gaming experience. I am sure you love this stuff.

games in cortana


Make Your Command Prompt Window Transparent

It appears this feature is new to Windows 10, But this features not for window 7. It will probably only be useful to a narrow niche of a user, but you love to code or some types of other stuff in Command Prompt, Windows 10 provides a ghostly way to interface with it.

*To access the Command Prompt (CP) interface in Win 10,

*click on the Windows menu and type “Command Prompt” to bring up quick access to the CP desktop app.

*Click that. To personalize the CP experience right-click at the top of the window to prompt a pop-up menu and choose “Properties.”

*Click over to the “Colors” tab to see a range of personalization options.

*At the bottom of this tab, you’ll find the “Opacity” slider, which allows you to see through the CP window.

This feature lets you code away in the CP while simultaneously observing the desktop. If you are Windows-hacky like that, go for it now.



Task View and Virtual Desktops

One of the best things about Windows 10 is how it handles virtual desktops like a pro. The fact that it finally handles them at all, out of the box, It lets you set up a series of tasks and windows on your desktop, your email and Twitter window on another, and a third for general Web browsing and research.

To get started,

click the Task View icon on the taskbar (immediately to the right of the Search box), or hold down the Windows key (abbreviated throughout as Win) and Tab.

You can also drag an app to a new virtual desktop by bringing it over to the +New Desktop option at the lower right.



Hope you enjoy these  tips & tricks in window 10

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