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Offline El Jay

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Top 3 secret you don't know about Window 8
« on: April 29, 2014, 05:33:21 PM »

How surprising it is to found out that most people don't know certain things their window 8 does.

Here are 3 secrets on your window 8

3.Hide Recent Files from Your Jump Lists

Jump Lists were a great addition in Windows 7 that
helped boost your productivity, but their "Recent
Items" feature were a possible privacy concern—
say, if there were documents or files you didn't
want others to know you had viewed. Windows 8
lets you customize Jump Lists more than Windows 7, giving you the option to hide recently opened
items and recently opened programs. To access the
preferences, just right-click on the Taskbar, go to
Properties, and click the Jump Lists tab.

2.Create and Name App Groups on the Start

When you first open up the Start screen, you'll
notice that some of your apps are in their own
"groups." You can create your own groups just by
dragging an app's tile to an empty space on the
Start screen—it'll create its own group. If you want
to name your groups—say, for "Work," "Games," and so on—you can do so by clicking the small
button in the bottom-right corner of the screen and
right-clicking on the groups.

1. Get More Out of Your Multiple Monitors

If you have multiple monitors, you've probably
noticed that Windows extends your taskbar across
both screens. It does more than just that, though:
you can press Win+PgUp to move your current app
to your left monitor, and Win+PgDn to move it to
the right monitor. In addition, if you go to the Desktop Background section of your
Personalization settings, you can right-click on any
individual wallpapers and choose which monitor
you'd like it to show up on. Of course, if you like
things the old way, you can also turn off the dual
taskbar in Taskbar Properties.

There you go geeks!!

Offline Humphrey Ajaero

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Re: Top 3 secret you don't know about Window 8
« Reply #1 on: April 30, 2014, 09:58:56 AM »

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