O&O ShutUp10 Portable means you have full control over which comfort functions under Windows 10/11 you wish to use, and you decide when the passing on of your data goes too far. Using a very simple interface, you decide how Windows 10/11 should respect your privacy by deciding which unwanted functions should be deactivated.
The last thing you want is for your laptop to die in the middle of a crucial work project or a Zoom video chat, yet it does happen, despite your best intentions. It's ideal to keep your computer plugged in all the time, but if you don't have your charger, you'll have to come up with another strategy to extend your battery life.
ThisIsWin11 is a new third-party tool that allows you to customize Windows 11 with tweaks similar to PowerToys. ThisIsWin11 is a small tool created with the purpose of getting to know the functionality of the new version of the operating system, which now integrates numerous tweaks for Windows 11. It lets you make various configuration changes, remove items and automate tasks with just a few clicks and without carrying out complicated procedures.
In Windows 11, you'll notice a shorter context menu when right-clicking most apps, folders, and other things. It looks beautiful and elegant, but some of your favorite commands and shortcuts may have been relocated out of the primary context menu, especially if they're for third-party apps.
Say you got a modern Windows 11 PC and really care about your game performance, you may notice the Virtual Based Security (VBS) feature in Windows 11 preventing you from reaching top performance with your hardware.
Windows 11 brings a slew of new features, some of which have not been well received among users. If you look at the previous iteration, it also had some unwelcome changes such as the Photos app, which replaced the Windows Photo Viewer.The Photos App isn't bad at all, in fact it comes with a built-in Video Editor, and I think it is quite useful. The main reason why people do not like the Photos app is due to its performance.
Whenever you run an app in Windows, you are prompted by User Account Control or UAC to confirm you want to allow that app to make changes to your device. If you find this annoying, you can disable UAC in a few different ways. You can disable or enable UAC from Settings (Control Panel), Group Policy Editor, the registry, or by using the registry files you can download below.
From a privacy point of view, you may want to disable Camera in Windows 10/11. We will review two methods of how it can be done. Almost all modern portable devices come with a camera these days. Laptops and tablets come with webcams and 2-in-1s like Surface come with dual cameras. Windows 10/11 ships with a Camera app for all essential functionality related to capturing video or pictures.