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Watch Folders in Photoshop Elements: Overview             If using Windows, you can specify watch folders in Photoshop Elements. These are folders that the Organizer should watch to look for new media that is added to the folders. By default, the “My Pictures” folder is set as the default watch folder in Photoshop Elements. You can

Narrator Settings in Windows 10: Overview             To manage Narrator settings in Windows 10, open the “Settings” window. Then click the “Ease of Access” button in the middle of the screen to display the ease of access settings. Then click the “Narrator” category at the left side of this window. The Narrator settings in Windows

AutoPlay Settings in Windows 10: Overview             This lesson shows you how to manage the AutoPlay settings in Windows 10 for your device. To view the AutoPlay settings in Windows 10, open the “Settings” window. Then click the “Devices” button in the middle of the screen to display settings for your device. Then click the

Mouse and Touchpad Settings in Windows 10: Overview             To manage the mouse and touchpad settings in Windows 10, open the “Settings” window. Then click the “Devices” button in the middle of the screen to display device settings for your computer. Then click the “Mouse and touchpad” category at the left side of the screen.

Power Settings in Windows 10: Overview             You can easily manage your device’s power settings in Windows 10. These settings control both the power settings and sleep settings in Windows 10. To do this, open the “Settings” window and click the “System” button in the middle of the screen. Doing this then displays the system

Change the Date and Time in Windows 10: Overview             To change the date and time in Windows 10, open the “Settings” window. Then click the “Time & language” button in the middle of the screen to display time and language settings. Then click the “Date & time” category at the left side of this

View Data Usage in Windows 10: Overview             To view data usage in Windows 10 for your device, open the “Settings” window and click the “Network & Internet” button in the middle of the screen to display network and internet settings for your device. Then click the “Data usage” category at the left side of

Virtual Desktops in Windows 10: Overview             You can use virtual desktops in Windows 10 to assist you in organizing apps and creating easily accessible app workspaces. To create multiple, virtual desktops, first open the apps you want to include in the first desktop. Then click the “Task view” button in the taskbar and click

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