When you upgrade from a genuine Windows 7 or Windows 8 installation to Windows 10, you don’t need to enter a key for Windows 10. Because you upgrade your OS with a valid key, Microsoft will automatically make your new Windows 10 copy genuine. In case you want to later on reinstall Windows 10, you Continue reading →
Windows 10 is currently the newest version of Microsoft’s operating system, announced on July 2015. It’s made for desktops, laptops, tablets and mobile phones.
The OS introduced some new features and applications, such as Microsoft Edge, a new start menu, Continuum and Cortona integration.
Windows 10 has two versions: Windows 10 Home and Windows 10 Pro.
Remove OneNote app from Windows 10
Windows 10 comes pre-installed with quite some modern Apps. One such example is OneNote, the note-taking app from Microsoft. I like a clean Windows start menu, so I was looking for a way to uninstall OneNote from Windows 10. First open up PowerShell by going to start. Right click on the application and choose Run as Continue reading →
Regain disk space after installing Windows 10
When you upgrade your existing Windows 7 or Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 computer to Windows 10, you might see that you ‘lost’ some disk space. In my case, my laptop has an SSD and space is limited. What happened is: Microsoft kept my old operating system so I could revert back to it if Continue reading →
Remove OneDrive from Explorer in Windows 10
OneDrive is Microsoft’s cloud solution and it comes pre-installed on every Windows 10 computer. However, if you don’t use OneDrive (maybe because you already use Dropbox or Google Drive), the OneDrive integration in Windows 10 is something you might want to disable. The icon that shows up every time you open a File Explorer window Continue reading →