To do this open PowerShell as Admin.
Type the following command and press the Enter key after that.
See the LanguageTag of preferred language
For example,if preferred language is US English, run this command and hit Enter:
$1 = New-WinUserLanguageList en-US
Now run this command to set the order of installed input languages:
Microsoft Photos is a part of Windows 10 ( Version 15063.0 and above;launched with Fall Creators Update). With Microsoft Photos we can organize, edit and share our memories. Movie making is easy, we can pick a theme, pick a soundtrack, add text or sub-titles, add filter or 3D effect or, automatically generate a movie with one click. Our story telling becomes so vivid with Microsoft Photos. But as usual nothing becomes final if we don’t remove the unnecessary scene during shooting a video. In this WiKi article we will discuss how to trim a video.
What is Trimming?
This is a process by which you can remove the unwanted content at the beginning or end of the clip, or both.
- Select any video clip with .mp4, .mkv, .avi, .mov, MPEG, mpg, mts,.wmv or .3gp extension.
- The following video extensions are not supported: vob,flv,webm.
- Right click and choose to Open with Microsoft Photos.
- Click Edit & Create
- Click Trim.
- Set the Starting Point and End Point on Timeline of the video. This will help to remove the unwanted portion of the video clip.
- Click Save a Copy.
- By default, it will be saved as a .mp4 extension to Pictures Folder.
This article was first published in Microsoft TechNet
I have been using Windows Insider Build Skip Ahead 19H1 18234.1000.
Microsoft has released Skip Ahead 19H1 18237.1000 only yesterday (12th Sept.). So I went to Windows Update to update my system.It started downloading fast and then all the odd things started. I was working on Google Chrome. It stopped responding. The screen becoming black from time to time. The open pages of Google Chrome started to quit instantly. The desktop turned to a solid color.
The screenshots are here:
Earlier Team reported error 0x8007000e.
Microsoft is currently investigating the cause of this.
Microsoft has released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build #17744 for the Slow ring users and Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17755 for the Fast ring users..
The ISO of build #17744 is now available from Microsoft’s official site.
If you are a Windows Insider for the Slow ring then you can download and install this build either via Windows Update or by burning the ISO available.
If you are not a Windows Insider then you can sign-up for Windows Insider Program and grab the ISO.
The Windows 10 Insider Preview option now includes these editions: Home, Pro, Education, and Home Single Language. Select the build,select your preferred language and finally confirm the version 64 bit or 32 bit.
Windows 10 Insider Preview Build#17744 ISO
Microsoft has released Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 18234 for the users who have opted Skip Ahead.
- Ink support is now available to Microsoft To Do.
With Ink you now can:
Capture your tasks naturally by writing directly on the list’s surface.
Complete your tasks by striking through them.
Use check-marks within the circle to the left of a task to complete it.
- Sticky Notes 3.0 is now available.
- Microsoft has recently flighted version 10.1807.2286.0 of Snip & Sketch (née Screen Sketch) to Skip Ahead, which included the highly requested delay snip feature. The bug has been fixed.
To know more visit here.
If you are using Windows 10 Pro in S mode then this is for you.
According to Microsoft Windows 10 gives you the freedom to choose the mode of Windows that fits the way you work and live. If securities or performances are your top priorities, stick with Windows 10 in S mode. Microsoft doesn’t allow you to install any app which are not recommended by Microsoft Store. So you are handicapped as far as apps installation are concerned.
If you like to enjoy freedom then you can switch out of S mode to install apps including those not verified by Microsoft, but you won’t be able to return to S mode once you’ve switched.
How to switch out:
- Open Microsoft Store
- In Search type Windows
- Click Switch out of S mode
- Click Get
- Click Install
Scenario Before & After S Mode Switch Out:
Steps to Follow:
- In Start Search type Gpedit.msc and hit the Enter key.
- The Local Group Policy Editor will open.
- Move to Computer configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows components > Store > Turn off the Store application > Right click on it to select Edit.
- Change the Policy to Enabled.
- Click OK or, Apply.
[Note: The above Group Policy is applicable for Windows 10 Enterprise, Windows 10 Education. This behavior is by design in Windows 10 version 1511. The above article is based on Windows 10 Enterprise Insider Preview Build #18219 Skip Ahead]