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Windows 10 Tip: How To Access the Hidden Universal Windows Platform...

Microsoft is trying to wrap everything around in its Universal Windows Platform, aka Store App, on Windows 10, including many of the core features...

Windows Quick Tip: How To Move Files from Multiple Subfolders into...

Let's say you have multiple subfolders under one main folder with each subfolder containing a lot of files and now you want to consolidate...

Windows Tip: How To Search Large Files using File Explorer or...

If you haven't known, here is a pretty cool tip that lets you search and find the files by size right in File Explorer...

Windows Tip: How To Rotate Your Photos Right in File Explorer

For those who often take the shots without properly positioning their phone or camera, here is a useful tip that lets you quickly rotate...

Windows 10 File Explorer Command Line Switches You May Not Know

File Explorer, called Windows Explorer in Windows 7, is the default file management tool that performs all the basic file operations such as navigate,...

10 Essential File Explorer Keyboard Shortcuts You Should Remember

If you live in File Explorer (used to be called Windows Explorer) in Windows 10 or 8.1, you should remember and use these 10...

Sandboxing Your Windows Explorer to Prevent Your Desktop From Crashing

If you had been using Windows 7 for some time, you probably have seen this window quite a few times. No matter what the...

How To Troubleshoot Windows Not Able to Save/Download any .exe File

Sometimes when you try to download any .exe files your browser would block the download, and not only you cannot download from Chrome or...

Open Folders Anywhere From the Desktop with A Mouse Middle-Click

If you are using a mouse that has a middle button, you will like this little app. Quick Access Popup is a free tool...

How To Save File Explorer File Searches and Use Them Later...

Here is a quick useful tip for those who often search for the same type of files in Windows File Explorer. It's actually a feature...