Yes, you can add or remove the Widgets button from the taskbar, and here's how on Windows 11.
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Are you running out of storage space? Windows 10 has a few ways to remove those temporary files, and emptying recycle bin, wasting ...
The chkdsk saves the scan results as a system log, and you can review it using the Event Viewer on Windows 10, and here's how.
Yes, you can disable the new startup sound on Windows 11, and here's how.
Windows 11 can remember the window location based on the monitor connection, and here's how to enable or disable the feature.
Yes, you can change the taskbar size on Windows 11, but you need to edit the Registry – here's how.
You can now use the maximize button snap layouts to snap windows on the screen, and here's how to enable or disable the features on ...
You can change the taskbar alignment to the left or center on Windows 11, and here's how.
You can still bring back the classic Start menu with Live Tiles on Windows 11, and here's how.
Microsoft Teams keeps running after you close the app, but you can change the settings to fix this issue.