Do you hate that every time your PC opens up after a shutdown or wakes up from a sleep, it requires you to sign it with your password. If yes, then my friend, Kernel Ketchup has a nifty little trick up its sleeve that Microsoft Windows dropped in as a part of cumulative update for Windows 10 a few weeks ago. The feature called dynamic lock uses your phone to keep your PC unlocked as long as you’re i.e. your phone is in the range using Bluetooth & automatically locks it when you’re away. So all the smarty pants go and wander around in the sign in options & figure it out for yourself, while rest of the crowd should bear me a little longer for two easy steps. Continue reading “Dynamic Lock for your PC [Tweak]”
Many things in life come unasked and so is true with options in Windows, whether you like it or not they are there to stay. One such option is OneDrive, sitting on the left pane of your File Explorer. Well, for some reason if you don’t like it there and want it removed you have come to the right place. Note that this will not uninstall OneDrive but only remove the shortcut.
Let me get it straight. Either you were excited for the Windows 10 anniversary update or it was forced upon your PC like the Windows 10 upgrade nag-ware that we saw a whole year on our Windows 7 and 8. But boy is your C: filled up after the update. The problem is general when we install a new Windows OS without actually cleaning out the old files. But removing it isn’t as simple as deleting your ex’s photographs when moving to a new relationship. To give some breathing space to your drives follow these steps to delete temporary files (windows.old) without a hiccup.
1. Open settings on your PC, you will find this option in your start menu.
MX Player is the best video player for android hands down, but due to some licensing issues few years ago it ended support for AC3 ,DTS, MLP and Dolby. Past was the time when you’ve to install another player to watch your favorite TV Series in the above format. Thanks to a senior XDA developer you can watch it by adding custom codecs which supports all audio formats. Follow the below steps to add custom codecs.
1. Update MX Player to the latest version from the Play Store. Continue reading “How To Play AC3 And DTS In MX Player [Tweak]”
If you came here thinking this will give your PC miraculous power or will make your PC invincible to malware then sorry for crushing your hopes. This hidden feature of Windows will enable a compilation of 233 settings all at one place for your playtime. Don’t blame me if you mess up something.
Just do the steps listed below and you’re good to go:
1. Create a New Folder anywhere you want, either on Desktop or Local Disk. Continue reading “Enable God Mode In Windows [Tweak]”
Many people are using a couple of Email ID’s nowadays to protect their main Email address from spams or maybe for different reasons. But still a majority of us simple souls uses one Email ID and quite often are reluctant to use it in many places. For example, for a quick sign up on a website you just landed of nowhere but have no plans to use it again other than just this once. For a quick solution you can use Temporary Email ID’s at such websites and say goodbye to Spams. These are pretty straight forward to use, you’re given a temporary Email address and a linked inbox to that, use that Email wherever you want. Please note that some of these websites delete the Emails after some time so store or remember the login credentials if you plan to login again. I’ve listed a few of them below for you to checkout but there are many of them available out there.
In a rare case or maybe just for fun, if you want to know how you can use your keyboard to control the cursor then follow these steps :
1. Open Control Panel.