2019年08月26日

How to Eliminate Blue Light with Windows 10 Night Light

Studies show nowhere light cast by bright screens (such as the one on your laptop or mobile phone) reduce our ability to go to sleep fast, and keep our energy during the day. This light actually tricks our brain into believing it's evening, which throws off our circadian rhythm, but that's a scientific query that is better left for googling.


Initially, we had f.lux, an app that aimed to get rid of the blue from our screens that kept us up at night. In newer Windows 10 builds, the functionality is baked right into a feature called Night Light. Here's how you can activate it.


1. Open the beginning Menu.


2. Click the gear icon to bring in the Settings Menu.


3. Choose System.


4. Select Display.


5. Toggle the night time light change to On.


6. Click Night light settings to regulate the amount of blue displayed, or determine the time for Night Light to activate automatically.

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2019年08月24日

5 Ways to Take Screenshots in Windows 10

Screenshots are an incredibly useful way to document and share what's in your screen. Whether it's a tweet you believe someone may wind up deleting, a glitch that you are explaining to a tech support person or a hilariously auto corrected type of text, the ability to save your valuable screen for posterity is useful information.


Fortunately, there are other than a few ways to capture the screen you're looking in order to save. There's the old-school Print Screen key, a technique that instantly results in a new file for you, Windows' own Snipper Tool and if you're always screengrabbing, there's even a free and robust 3rd party program we are able to recommend.


5 Ways to Take Screenshots in Windows 10


1. How to get a Screenshot of Your Whole Screen


1. Tap the Print Screen button in your keyboard. The screen shot has become stored in your clipboard and also you have to paste it into a graphics editor such as Windows Paint.


2. Type "paint" in to the search bar next to the Start menu.


3. Select "Paint"


4. Click "Paste"


Your screenshot is ready!


2. How to Take a Screenshot of Only the Active Window


1. Hit Alt + Print Screen.


2. Type "paint" in to the search bar near the Start menu (if Paint has already been open, click Control+N and then select OK when Paint asks you to approve the peak and width).


3. Select "Paint"


4. Click "Paste"


Your screenshot is just from the window you had open and active!


3. Steps to make A Screenshot File With no Additional Programs


1. Hit Windows key + Print Screen.


When you visit the Screenshots folder inside your Pictures, your screensh0t is going to be there!


4. How To Take a Screenshot of a Specific Part of Your Screen


1. Type "snipping tool" in to the search bar next to the Start menu.


2. Select "Snipping Tool"


3. Click "New"


4. Click and drag the cursor to decide on the area of the screen you want to use; release the cursor once you've selected the space you need to capture.


Your screenshot is open in Snipping Tool!


5. How To Take Screenshots With Much more Tricks


1. Open PicPick's download page, and then click "Free Download"


2. Do as instructed to set up PicPick, and you'll look for a menu of specific methods for capturing part or all of your screen. Clicking "Scrolling Window" enables you to capture as much of a page or document as possible scroll through, rather than just the static form of the window.


3. Installing PicPick will change your computer's key commands for screenshots, which means you should make yourself aware of these commands. Click the "Show hidden icons" arrow in the bottom right corner of the screen.


4. Click PicPick's icon.


5. Select "Program Options"


6. Select "Hot keys" from the left-hand menu.


Here you can observe exactly what the default key commands are actually that you've installed PicPick, in addition to change them to suit your needs.

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2019年08月16日

Windows 10 ARM shown running on an old Lumia 950 XL

Although Microsoft is killing off Windows 10 Mobile later this season, it might not mean no more Windows 10 on smartphones, as a video does the rounds that shows Windows 10 ARM running on a Lumia 950 XL.


The recording, by ADeltaX, which you can view below, shows Windows 10 ARM, that is a version of Windows 10 that's designed to operate on laptops and devices which use smartphone-like hardware (including ARM processors), running with an actual smartphone - along with a rather outdated one at this.


The ageing Lumia 950 XL has a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and 3GB of RAM, and judging by the video that appears to be enough to run Windows 10 ARM.


Running well


As you can see in the video, the Windows 10 ARM experience seems impressively smooth, with apps opening without issue.


This shows how versatile the Windows 10 ARM operating system is, also it should imply that it may run without issue on more modern ARM-based devices too.


The video follows another that showed the initial Fallout PC game running on Windows 10 ARM on the Lumia 950 XL.


So, for those who still want a Windows experience on the smartphone, Windows 10 ARM may be the answer - and the fact that it runs so smoothly on old hardware also bodes well for future Windows 10 ARM devices, including Microsoft's rumored Andromeda dual-screen device.

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