So you have Windows 10 installed and are ready and raring to go.
But hold on to your horses.
Here are a few settings you should change right now to optimize your Windows 10 experience.
Windows 10 makes a big deal about bringing back the Start menu.
So why lose it when you switch between desktop and tablet mode?
To keep it on all the time, go to start, settings, systems, tablet mode, and switch the make Windows more touch-friendly toggle to off.
You get enough notifications from your smart phone, right?
Here is how to turn off windows notifications on your desktop.
Go to settings system notifications and actions then just flip the switch for windows tips, notifications, or anything else you might find distracting.
Windows 10 keeps itself updated but that can sometimes mean your machine just automatically restarts when windows update has done it's thing.
You can schedule a specific restart time and go to Settings, Update & Security, Windows Update, and choose your time.
Or if you wanna be notified when your machine wants to restart, go to advanced options, then choose Notify to schedule restart, Underneath the Choose how updates are installed menu.
If you used the express settings when installing Windows 10, you probably enabled WiFi Sense.
What this does is automatically connect you to wi-fi hotspots or to networks or to networks that your contacts have shared.
To turn off WiFi Sense and sharing, go to settings, network and internet Wi-fi.
Manage Wi-fi settings.
Or, you can also type in wi-fi settings into the control panel or the search bar to bring up this option.
I am Lexy Savvides with CNET.
For more settings to tweak and our full guide to Windows 10, check out cnet.com
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