Tags : Windows 11

Tutorials

4 Ways to Open Task Manager in Windows 11

In Windows 11, you can’t open Task Manager by right-clicking an empty spot on the taskbar and launching it from there, as in Windows 10. This was one of the most convenient ways and we don’t know why Microsoft removed it. Fortunately, this is not the only method to start Task Manager, and we will […]Read More

Utilities & Operating Systems

Top 3 Best Free Uninstall Tools for Windows

Windows has an option to uninstall programs, but this option often doesn’t work very well. How many times have you received a message when you try to delete a program that the uninstall failed or that certain components of the program cannot be deleted? In addition, when you uninstall programs this way, files, folders, shortcuts, […]Read More

Tutorials

How To Backup Registries in Windows 11

Registries are an essential part of the Windows operating system and contain program settings, hardware information, and more. For this reason, it is recommended that every time you want to change registry values, you make a backup so that if a problem occurs you can fix the problem quickly and easily. Check out our video […]Read More

Tutorials

How to Change the Taskbar Color in Windows 11

We recently showed you how to make your taskbar larger or smaller in Windows 11, and now we will show you how to change its color. This way you can easily personalize your operating system and make it more beautiful. Watch our video tutorial where we show you how to change the taskbar color in […]Read More

Tutorials

How to Change the Mouse Cursor Color in Windows 11

Windows 11 offers several ways to edit the mouse cursor, and one of them is the ability to change its color. When choosing a color, you can use one of the already offered colors or you can choose any color yourself. This can help make the cursor more visible on the screen or simply make […]Read More

Tutorials

How to Enable Dark Mode in Windows 11

If your eyes hurt while you are using the computer, the solution is to reduce the brightness of the screen or use Dark Mode. Windows 11, like previous versions of this operating system, has a Dark Mode that turns all light shades of color into the dark. Check out our video tutorial where we show […]Read More