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Further Tweaks for Windows 11

Windows 11 has many new features and changes and will continue to receive new features until the end of support. If you're new to Windows 11, setting all the important settings at once can be a bit tedious. We've put together a list of Windows 11 settings you should change before you start using your PC.

How to Move the Taskbar to Your Favorite Position on Windows 11

Most users who have upgraded from Windows 10 to Windows 11 find the new version of Windows very polished and consistent to use. However, the taskbar is an area where users suffer from its limitations. To easily ungroup icons on the taskbar, you had to use a 3rd party app and before the Windows 11 2022 update you couldn't drag and drop items to the taskbar.

How to increase your internet speed

Slow Wi-Fi can disrupt Zoom meetings, create havoc in online worlds, and pause your video stream while it buffers. When your world is based on near-instant connections, these minor inconveniences quickly add up and become frustrating impediments to work, school, and life in general.

Windows 11 CLSID Key (GUID) Shortcuts

A CLSID is a globally unique identifier that identifies a COM class object. This tutorial will show you a complete list of GUIDs from the CLSID key in the registry that can be used to create shortcuts to directly open items with in Windows 11.

How To Measure Windows Startup Time (and Fix It)

In computer science, speed is always the most important parameter, and it is the one on which software and hardware developers strive to improve their products. Microsoft, for its part, has significantly improved the startup speed of a computer running Windows, particularly when the hardware requirements are met.

Create a Shortcut to Quickly Edit Your Hosts File

Quick and simple fix for hosts file editing issue. Simply configure the attributes of the shortcut to always launch as Administrator and you can modify the file in Notepad. The last step is to create that shortcut so it can be accessed with just one click from the Start Menu, Desktop, or other location of your choice.