It is necessary to check information about your computer before installing a program. Generally, we have to click on: Start > Settings > System >About or Control PanelSystem and SecuritySystem to view the details. But this seemed to be a hassle, in fact, you only need to click the Windows + Pause break key.
Press Windows + G combination key then check on Yes This is a game. When a window appears at the bottom of the screen, click on the Record icon to start. Alternatively, using Windows + Alt + R key to record instead. Note: You can find the video in the C:Users<Username>VideosCaptures folder.
As the Windows 10 built-in feature, the virtual desktop lets us implement multiple desktops to run different programs that without affect each other. If you have plenty of applications to use in the meantime that will slow down the computer. To avoid this happens, we can put relative types together to one desktop. Here are some short keys that help you to manage a virtual desktop with ease.Ctrl + Windows + D: Add virtual desktop. Or you can click the task view icon on the taskbar to create a new virtual desktop. Windows + Tab: Open the task list view.Windows + Ctrl + F4 : Close or delete current virtual desktop. Windows + Ctrl + ←/→: Switch between virtual desktop Windows 10.
By default, you can listen to Amazon Prime Music, Audible audiobooks, iHeartRadio, TuneIn Radio, Pandora and Spotify with the Alexa speakers. You can even have your Kindle books read to you by Alexa herself. But if you're looking to play Apple Music, Google Play Music, your own music library or some other unsupported audio, you will need to first pair the Alexa device to a computer or mobile device using Bluetooth. Then you can stream any audio you want, using it as a Bluetooth speaker.
Not surprisingly, Amazon devices always push in-house services -- such as Kindle, Amazon Music, Audible and so on -- anywhere they can. With the Echo speakers, however, you can replace Amazon Music as the default music library with Spotify or as the default station service with Pandora or iHeartRadio. Just open the Amazon Alexa app, go to Settings > Music & Media > Choose default music services and select your preferred services. What this changes is the need to specify "on Spotify" every time you want to stream music. Instead, you will need to say "on Amazon Music" when queueing up a song to play it through Amazon's music service.
If you have an Echo Show, you can use it to watch YouTube videos, be it for cooking instructions or just catching up on your favorite YouTubers while doing chores. After YouTube unexpectedly removed its video service from the Alexa speaker, support returned last week. Though, this time, you'll need to access videos through the YouTube website. Now you can say, "Alexa, play cat videos on YouTube." To make the video fill the screen, say, "Alexa, zoom in."
Tired of waking up to the same old, boring alarm sounds or the quickly tiresome celebrity alarm sounds on Alexa? You can now wake up to your favorite songs. This works with Amazon Music, Spotify, TuneIn, Pandora, SiriusXM and iHeartRadio. Just say something like, "Alexa, wake me up to Fleet Foxes." If you don't want to ruin your favorite songs (it happens very quickly if you use them as an alarm, trust me), just say, "Alexa, wake me up to 90's music."
Out of the box, you can use Alexa to send messages to your friends and family members who also have Alexa speakers. However, if you have an Android device on hand, you can also use it to send SMS messages to virtually any phone number in your contacts list. There's a short setup process and, once enabled, you can say, "Alexa, send an SMS to [contact name]." Alexa will let you narrow down the contact results (or choose between the numbers available for any given contact), then you can speak your message. Once you've finished composing the message, it will be sent from your Android phone's default text messaging app from your phone number.
You likely know the struggle of trying to get Alexa to carry out more than one task at a time. You have to repeatedly say the wake word followed by your command -- one by one -- until you're finished. That is, unless you enable a new feature called Follow-Up Mode. With this mode enabled, just wait for Alexa to say, "Okay" after you've already spoken a command. She'll continue listening and you have a few seconds to fire off another command. You can repeat this for as many commands as you want. When you're done, you can just stop issuing commands and Alexa will stop listening. Or you can say, "Stop" or "Thank you."
When you give a command to an Alexa speaker, a lot of the time, Alexa will say, "Okay," so long as she can carry out the task. Sometimes, however, you don't need a confirmation that she heard you. For instance, if you're trying to turn off or dim the lights after some people in your house have gone to sleep, you don't need Alexa to blurt out a way-too-loud "OKAY." Fortunately, you can now turn off the response from Alexa. To enable this, just say, "Alexa, turn on Brief Mode." Or you can manually enable it in the Alexa app by going to Settings > Alexa Voice Responses and toggling on Brief Mode. Alexa's responses will be much shorter and in some cases, this mode will play a short sound instead of a spoken response.