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Change Your Mouse and Cursor Settings in Windows

Here is how you can change your mouse pointer in Windows Windows has a pretty intuitive Graphical User Interface. It makes use of both the primary input devices in Windows, the keyboard as well as the mouse (or the trackpad). Most power users prefer a keyboard for most tasks, preferring its robustness and quickness to… Read more »

Change File Attributes Using Command Line

Here is how you can Change a File Attribute in Windows Using Command Line A file system is a core part of every operating system today. While most modern file systems come equipped with basic features like copying or moving files, storing file sizes, supporting mounting drives, etc. there are still some fundamental differences in… Read more »

Using ASSOC Command to Modify File Extension

Here is how you can use ASSOC Command to Modify a File Extension A file system is a core part of every operating system today. While most modern file systems come equipped with basic features like copying or moving files, storing file sizes, supporting mounting drives, etc. there are still some fundamental differences in the… Read more »

Change Icons and Text Size in Windows

Here is how you can change the Size of Icons and Text in Windows We have come a long way from text-based console-line interfaces and almost all modern operating systems s are designed with the Graphical User Interface in mind, including Windows. Windows, like other operating systems, shares many common concepts like icons and the… Read more »

How to Set a Default Program for Opening a File

Here is how you can set Default Programs for opening Each File Type in Windows Windows has its own way of identifying the function and purpose of each file. Unlike Linux, which uses separate bits (fields) to store information about a file’s purpose, like if it’s an executable or not, Microsoft uses a file’s extension… Read more »