Let Windows Launch Programs in Maximized or Full Screen Mode By Default

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Windows has been favorite OS of majority of computer geeks and the reason is obvious: simplicity and great user interface. Anything we want to do with Windows can be easily achieved, thanks to developers and team behind Windows. Today we will guide you how to let Windows launch your favorite program in full screen or maximized mode every time you launch it.

Search in Registry Editor in Windows 10 Build 14942

Microsoft has updated Windows few times in past years that weren’t minor ones, rather major updates. Apart from customizing the main user interface, Windows got overall user interface change, from start button to metro UI. If everything is checked in detail, we would get to know that almost all the stock Windows app have somehow got their share of update except one.

Guide to Improve Windows 10 Battery Timings on Laptops

Turn off Apps Background Windows 10

Microsoft tends to improve its major OS i.e Windows in each of its upcoming release. Windows 10 was released earlier last year and with its release, free upgrades were offered to users of Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. This free upgrade gesture was appriciated very well by Tech sector. Similar kind of path is seen in case of Apple, which releases major update of its OS X, now known as macOS and offer it free to all its Mac owners.

What is Google Duo? Download for Windows 8/10 PC

Google Duo is Google’s answer to Skype. It is a video calling app with a really friendly and easy UI. All you need when starting the app is you logging in with your phone number and the app will sync your contact list with its database to help find other users of the app. Google Duo offers unlimited video calling to all of its users irrespective of the platform they are on.

Working Fix: ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED in Chrome

With IT awareness spreading among people, internet is becoming basic necessity. From Education to Business, internet has got everything now. With so much progress in past few years, we have now multiple web-browsers like Google Chrome, Firefox and Opera instead of only Internet Explorer that people used to have in old days. However, whichever browser you have, the way you open a website remains identical.