Windows 11: Five settings you need to change right now


Windows 11 is a new operating system created by Microsoft, which has many features that Windows 10 did not. You can access these features with Cortana, your personal digital assistant. Cortana will give you helpful suggestions on what to do next and perform web searches without the need for any third-party software or the Internet. If you want to make sure everything is set up right, here are five settings you need to change right now!

Performance: Quickly change Windows default settings

The default settings for Windows are often set in a way that can actually slow down your computer and cause a lot of hard drive space to be used up. Here is what you need to change so that you can enjoy the best performance possible without spending all of your time tinkering with the settings.

Privacy: Keep your personal data safe when you’re on public Wi-Fi

Public Wi-Fi has long been a nightmare for people, who worry about the information they share when connected to a network that is not their own. The Windows 11 update offers some privacy settings that will help you keep your personal data safe on public networks.

Security: Prevent viruses or malware from hijacking your PC

The best way to protect your computer is to be diligent. Not only should you change these settings, but you should install Windows Defender right now. It is free and will provide protection against many types of viruses and malware attacks, while also ensuring that your personal files remain safe.

Eye Candy (Looks): Change the visual style of Windows 11

One of the most interesting new features in Windows 11 is how you can change the look and feel of your Windows operating system with just a few clicks. You can select from a number of interfaces, such as Dark Mode or light modes, or a more colorful option that reminds me of Apple’s iconic look. The cool thing about this feature is that it looks great on both PCs and tablets- but if you want to make the most out of your computer, you should use a high-resolution screen.

Auto Settings (Startup): Automatically see the best settings for you

Windows 11 has some of the best settings you’ll ever find, but not all of them are automatically turned on. We recommend turning on Auto Settings to see the best setting for your needs; otherwise you’ll need to adjust manually. It will be easier than ever now that it will run in the background and not hog your processor away like Windows 10 did.

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