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How to Rename This PC in Windows 10

There are three different ways to rename This PC, and they are: Method #1 Open the File Explorer by pressing Windows + E. Right-click on “This PC” in the navigation pane. Choose “Rename” from the context menu. Enter the desired…

How to Set Default Sound Input and Output Devices

To set the default sound input and output devices in Windows 10, follow these steps: Open the sound settings. For Default Sound Output Devices Select the output device you wish to set as the default from the drop-down list in…

How to Change Name of Sound Input and Output Devices

To change the name of Windows 10 sound input and output devices, follow these steps: Start the sound settings. For Output Devices Select the output device you wish to rename from the drop-down list in the Output section. Click on…

How to Set Per-App Sound Outputs in Windows 10

You can set volume, sound input and output devices for individual apps in Windows 10 and here’s how: Open the sound settings. In the “Advanced sound options” section below, click “App volume and device preferences.” You can now find the…

How to Open Sound Settings in Windows 10

The steps in this guide will show you how to create a shortcut for sound settings and different ways to access them. The sound settings in Windows 10 can be accessed in one of the following ways. Method #1 –…

How to Change Default Folder Name in Windows 10

In Windows 10, the default folder name is New folder. You can change that if you prefer: Open the Run Box by pressing Windows + R. Enter regedit, then press Enter. Press Yes on the UAC popup. I suggest that…

How to Turn Off Microphone in Windows 10

You can do this task using one of the following methods. Let’s see what those ways are. Method #1 Launch the Device Manager. Expand “Audio inputs and outputs.” You can find the entry “Microphone” there. Right-click on it and then…

How to Disable Taskbar Right-Click Menu

The right-click menu is enabled by default for the taskbar. You can disable it, but remember that disabling it will also deactivate the context menu you see when you right-click a taskbar icon while holding the Shift key. Choose from…