NEW SETTINGS – AND WHERE TO FIND THEM
• Choose how to list your apps: go to Settings, Apps, ‘Startup settings’, then click the dropdown menu to sort apps by name, state or how much they slow your PC when it starts. • Use Disk Cleanup: this has been moved to Settings, Storage Settings. • Customise your audio: go to Settings, Sound, ‘App volume and device preferences’ to tweak your audio settings to suit your tastes. • Accessibility tools: these are now grouped by ability, such as vision, hearing and interaction, to make them “easier to discover, learn and use”. Find them in the ‘Ease of Access’ settings. • See your activity history in Cortana: this lets you pick up in Cortana where you left off. Turn it on in Settings, Privacy, ‘Activity history’. • Apps that run at start-up: this list has been moved from the Startup tab in Task Manager to Settings, Apps. You can disable them here. • Change keyboard settings: these are found in the new Keyboard Settings page, under ‘Time & Language Settings’. Here you can add and switch between keyboard layouts, and turn on autocorrect.