1. How to Restore the Brightness Slider to Windows 10 Laptops and Surface Devices.


    If you are using Windows 10 from a mobile device, either a laptop or Surface tablet, you may have noticed that the trusty old Windows brightness slider was recently changed from free sliding to Incremental (brackets of 25%) . If you don’t like it, this guide will show you how to change back to a fully customizable free range slider.

  2. How to View and Delete Your Windows 10 Activity History. (Browsing History, Search History, Location History, Voice Activity, Cortana’s Notebook & Health Activity)


    If you have been using Windows 10 since its release, there’s a good chance you have quite a long history of information linked to your account. In a nutshell, the entire Windows operating system keeps a record of your usage, the same way that Chrome or Firefox keeps your browsing history and cookies. The good news is that if you want to view the information or delete it, you’re free to do so.

  3. How to Connect Gmail, LinkedIn and Other Services to Cortana on Windows 10.


    If you are a Windows 10 user and like to take advantage of Cortana, this guide will show you how to connect your Gmail account and other accounts like LinkedIn to Cortana. Linking these services will give you easy access to Google Calendar, Google Docs and of course Contacts and Gmail.

  4. How to Start Following Hashtags on Instagram.


    Instagram has been on fire this month, releasing a ton of new features to an already feature-packed app. First we saw Instagram Remix, followed closely by Instagram Archives and Highlights and now we have been given the ability to follow Hashtags. If you haven’t yet figured out how to follow a hashtag, this guide will show you how.

  5. How to Customize Microsoft Launcher on Android Devices. (Increase Android to Windows Compatibility)


    If you had a Windows phone and grudgingly migrated to Android when support ended, this guide will show you how to download and use Microsoft’s recently released Android Launcher. Microsoft’s ambitious new adventure into the phone market. Even if weren’t a fan of Windows phone the new Microsoft launcher is definitely worth trying.  

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