Windows 10


Windows 10 : How to reset your Quick Access folders

Maybe you noticed that Windows 10 keeps track of your last opened folders in the left pane in file explorer. Here is how to reset those to default (and clear unnecessary or unwanted folders there). Open a cmd box using administrator credentials and enter the following command :

del %appdata%\microsoft\windows\recent\automaticdestinations\*

Hit y and everything is back to default.


After upgrading to Windows 10 now remove the previous Windows 8.1 installation 1

Follow these steps to remove the Windows 8.1 installation after upgrading to Windows 10.

Open the start menu and start the Disk Clean-up program:

 

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Select your Boot OS Drive:

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Tick the Clean up system files button:

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Again select your Boot OS :

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Notice the Previous Windows installation option.

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Ofcourse… select it to remove your previous installation.