Windows 10 notifications, which pop up in the bottom right corner of the screen. Not all apps generate notifications, but some apps do it in a disturbing manner. Fortunately, we can turn off Windows notifications in the Notifications pane of the Settings window.
With Windows 10 Clipboard History feature, you can store and access more than one copied item, so you can paste something even if it’s not the last thing that you copied. First, we need to enable clipboard history, then we can use Windows logo key + V keyboard combination to access the clipboard history at any time.
Windows 10 comes with its own built-in firewall called Windows defender Firewall. Windows firewall protects your computer and network from malware and other threats. The firewall is enabled by default, but sometimes you may want to disable it for various reasons.
Windows 10 provides two color modes for your desktop: Dark mode and Light mode. By default, Windows 10 displays, Windows in Dark mode (Start menu, Taskbar, etc.) and Applications in Light mode (Application windows, File explorer, Settings, etc.).
If you find it hard to see something, use the Windows 10 magnifier to zoom in your screen and make the screen easier to see. Magnifier can run in full screen, in a separate window (Docked view), or as a lens (Rectangle are that follows your cursor around the screen).