PowerShell is replacing CMD in next Windows 10 update

In the next big Windows 10 update (aka Creator’s Build update), PowerShell will officially replace the CMD.exe command prompt. CMD was introduced in MS-DOS back in the 80’s, so it has survived for over 35 years now. However, users can still type “CMD” on the File Explorer bar to launch the new PowerShell. So, with this … Read morePowerShell is replacing CMD in next Windows 10 update

Usefull Windows 10 Utilities

Windows 10 includes really useful tools and utilities that can help us when administering the operating system. We’ll mention some of them here Windows Accessories In Windows 10 we still have well-known Windows Accessories folder. It is available in Start Menu > All Apps > Windows Accessories. Here we see classics like Notepad, Paint, Math Input … Read moreUsefull Windows 10 Utilities

Difference Between Win32 (Desktop) and Store Apps in Windows 10

Win32 refers to the traditional desktop software that we’ve always installed on our PC. All of the software that we download from various websites on the Internet, or we buy on a CD are called Win32 apps. When dealing with Win32 apps, we have to make sure that they don’t have viruses. Typically Win32 apps need UAC permissions to … Read moreDifference Between Win32 (Desktop) and Store Apps in Windows 10

Windows 10 Versions, Editions and Features

Windows 10 is available in several editions for desktop computers. They are: Home Pro Enterprise Education Windows 10 Internet of Things Core As the name suggests the Home version is designed for home environments. The Pro version is designed for businesses and has most of the features needed in a corporate environment. Enterprise is designed … Read moreWindows 10 Versions, Editions and Features

Enable Hibernate in Windows 10

Hibernate is a power-saving state designed primarily for laptops, and might not be available for all PCs. While sleep puts our work and settings in memory and draws a small amount of power, hibernation puts our open documents and programs on our hard disk to the hiberfile (C:\hiberfil.sys), and then turns off our computer. Hibernate uses less power than … Read moreEnable Hibernate in Windows 10