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3 Ways to Make the Most of God Mode on Windows 10

On Windows 10, God Mode refers to a system shortcut that shows you a vast list of Control Panel items. And while its huge list of over 200 system options can be daunting to look through, having it around is a good idea in case you need it. As such,...
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Pressure-Sensitive Shower Systems

The 'Smart Shower' concept has been designed by Natasha Jadhav as a solution for the home that would work to greatly increase water conservation and prevent unnecessary H2O from being wasted in the bathroom. The shower system consists of both a hand shower as well as a ceiling-mounted rain shower head that would be activated via a panel on the floor to automatically stop the flow when the person exits. A centralized control panel can be used for temperature control and will even allow the person to warm up the water before they start bathing.
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Your computer is configured correctly but the device isn’t responding [FIX]

Many users have been reporting an error stating Your computer is configured correctly but the device isn’t responding. This error can be caused by a variety of software and hardware-related issues, but there are some solutions that you can try. To learn more about the most common errors, visit our...
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Windows 11 updates: taskbar and start menu

The updated Windows 11 has some of the features that were initially missing from the new Operating System. This is because the new features of the Operating System have made it harder for older version users to easily use. We will tackle a number of these updates and also look...
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Microsoft tweaks Windows 11 Start Menu for Insiders • The Register | #macos | #macsecurity

Microsoft’s long-suffering unpaid testers are to start seeing some improvements in the Windows 11 User Interface. Build 22509 arrived last night for Windows Insiders on the Dev Channel and, as well as making things a bit more accessible by improving the web browsing experience with Microsoft’s Edge browser and the Narrator, there were some much-needed tweaks to the Start Menu and Taskbar.
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Microsoft makes tweaks to Windows 11 Start Menu for Insiders but stops short of mimicking Windows 10

Microsoft's long-suffering unpaid testers are to start seeing some improvements in the Windows 11 User Interface. Build 22509 arrived last night for Windows Insiders on the Dev Channel and, as well as making things a bit more accessible by improving the web browsing experience with Microsoft's Edge browser and the Narrator, there were some much-needed tweaks to the Start Menu and Taskbar.
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Microsoft improves Windows 11 Start menu layout and more in build 22509

Microsoft released a new Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22509 to the dev channel, and it’s already available to download. The new build comes with a “good set of improvements including new layout options for Start, clock and date will now show on secondary monitors, and Settings changes”, says the blog post.
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The Verge

Windows 11 is getting some much-needed taskbar and Start menu improvements

Windows 11’s taskbar is a giant step back in usability compared to Windows 10, and now Microsoft is starting to make improvements. A new update that’s currently being tested by Windows Insiders brings the clock and date back to the taskbar on secondary or multiple monitors. It’s a change that multiple monitor users will appreciate, as many have had to install third-party apps like ElevenClock just to get this basic functionality in Windows 11.
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How to get started with speech recognition in Windows 7 or 8

Did you know that Windows has integrated speech recognition since Windows Vista? It’s more than just a way to type while speaking aloud – you can use it to control apps and navigate the desktop with your voice. It is a free and integrated alternative to paid voice dictation programs...
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How to display the computer icon on the Windows 8.1 desktop

The Computer icon that you used to see in Windows 7, Vista, and XP is no longer available on the desktop in Windows 8.1. However, it has not completely disappeared. There is an easy way to bring him back. NOTE: The Computer icon is now called This PC. To place...
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Advent of 2021, Day 2 – Installing Apache Spark

[This article was first published on R – TomazTsql, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers]. (You can report issue about the content on this page here) Want to share your content on R-bloggers? click here if you have a blog, or here if you don't. Series of Apache Spark posts:. Dec...
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Windows 11 Is Getting Much-Needed Changes To Its Taskbar

Windows 11 has been out for over two months now, but you're not alone if you're missing some standard features from Microsoft's previous operating system. One of the biggest, and most confusing changes, is that of the more limited taskbar, something which Microsoft is aiming to fix soon. Some of...
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Windows 11 is making some truly necessary taskbar and Start menu changes

Windows 11’s taskbar is a goliath step back in ease of use contrasted with Windows 10, and presently Microsoft is beginning to make enhancements. Another update that is right now being tried by Windows Insiders takes the clock and date back to the taskbar on optional or different screens. It’s a change that different screen clients will appreciate, as many host needed to introduce third-gathering applications like ElevenClock just to get this basic functionality in Windows 11.
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Microsoft is testing several ways to improve the start menu in...

Microsoft isn’t yet ready to roll back major design changes to Windows 11, but it’s at least testing some new ways to customize the operating system, with the latest Windows 11 Insider build (22509), and you can make the revamped Start menu show more installed apps, or more. Recommended apps and files, as well as a default that balances the two, according to a digitaltrend tech report.
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Windows 11, Microsoft continues to impoverish the Control Panel

Microsoft wants the Control Panel to disappear in Windows 11. However, maneuvering isn’t easy. It asks to transfer all content in ‘All settings’. This started with Windows 10 but is taking some time. Little by little, all options are migrated to the new “nerve center” of Windows, “All parameters”. This strategy was discovered several years ago when Microsoft began this transformation.
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Hate Windows 11? Microsoft is trying to fix it

Since launching a few months ago, Windows 11 has had a bit of a mixed reception, with several bugs – and even deliberate design decisions – annoying users. Now it looks like Microsoft is looking to address some of these issues. As The Verge reports, a new update that’s rolling...
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Next Windows 11 update will kill more Control Panel pages

Windows 11 is likely to get major design improvements in the fall of 2022 and we’re already started receiving builds from the development channel. Microsoft recently shipped Windows 11 Build 22509 with much-needed improvements for the Start Menu, taskbar and changes to the Control Panel. Windows 11 includes WinUI and...
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Engadget

Microsoft is testing a few ways to improve Windows 11's Start menu

Microsoft isn't ready to backtrack on Windows 11's major design changes yet, but at least it's testing out a few new ways to customize the OS. With the latest Windows 11 Insider build (22509), you can have the revamped Start menu show more pinned apps, or more recommended apps and files, in addition to the default mode which balances the two. That's not a return to the Windows 10 Start menu that some diehard users have been clamoring for, and really, it's unlikely Microsoft will ever relent. Windows 11 prioritizes minimalism, and a busy Start menu filled with all of your apps doesn't really fit that mould.
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Ghacks Technology News

Windows 11 Build 22509.1000 rolls out to the Insider Preview Developer Channel with improvements to the Start Menu

Windows 11 Build 22509.1100 is now available for participants in the Insider Preview Program's Developer Channel. It improves the Start Menu. When Windows 11 was released, the Start Menu's design was criticized for several reasons. One thing that irked users was the wasted space below the Pinned apps and Recommended section. Build 22509.1100 makes the experience better, instead of three rows of icons, you can now have up to 4 sets of Pinned shortcuts or Recommendations.
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