Sticking With Windows 10? Change These Default Settings

Microsoft launched Windows 11, its latest operating system, last October. The OS reached broad deployment earlier this year after a staggered rollout spanning half a year, meaning it’s now ready for all compatible computers. (Here’s how to download it if you’re ready.) However, the system requirements for Windows 11 mean that older computers may need to continue running Windows 10. And like any operating system, Windows 10 has a few default settings that are less than ideal. Some are just annoying (you don’t really need Cortana “getting to know you”), while others will actually slow down your device, show you tons of notifications and …
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