Create Tile Folders to Organize Start Menu Tiles in Windows 10

Create live folders in Windows 10 Start

Windows 10 build 14977 introduces some cool new features. Previously I wrote about the native blue light filtering support in Windows 10 Creators Update. Another new feature in this build is that you can create live folders (aka tile folders, or app folders) in the Start screen, the feature which you’ve already seen in mobile Operating Systems.Read more

View Resources Usage by Individual Services in Windows 10

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With the Windows 10 Creators Update (codenamed “Redstone 2”) Preview Build 14942, the way in which services are hosted has changed. In Windows 10 v1703 systems with more than 3.5 GB of RAM, each service would get its own service host (svchost.exe), instead of running under a shared service process. This lets you view the resources usage by each individual service. Resources here mean network, memory, disk and CPU usage.Read more

Change Registry Editor Font Face in Windows 10 Creators Update

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Registry Editor in Windows 10 Redstone 2 Preview build 14942 has got an Address bar as we saw earlier. The Redstone 2 Preview build introduces another minor feature addition to the Registry Editor. You can change the default Registry Editor font, without having to change the global font settings – that is, without affecting other areas of the Windows Shell.Read more