After installation, Windows 11 is ready to use, but it is easy to use legal hacks to make MS Windows 11 OS more user-friendly, why not!
Any software can be tweaked to fit the way you work, sometimes it's just a small difference between acceptable and good working on Windows 11. Here are some tweaks you can make on Windows 11 that everyone should/can try.
1. Autologin on Windows is always popular!
With the previous version Windows 10 it was possible to save your password so that you do not have to enter the password every time you log in. This setting can currently only be activated under Windows 11 to a limited extent.
2. Move the taskbar
The taskbar is traditionally located at the bottom of the screen, but ever since taskbars have been around, people have wanted to reposition them.
3. Use the old taskbar on Windows 11
Here it is described in the Windows 11 info under point 4, even if it only works with external software, very practical for those who prefer to switch off grouping in the Windows 11 taskbar, also with the labels!
4. Adjust the date and time in the taskbar!
Anyone who likes to make file-time changes or has a nice digital desktop clock on the desktop naturally wants to be sure of the most accurate possible time and date on the Windows 11 computer. But this is also a very easy task on MS Windows 11.
5. The classic problem handling under Windows 11!
Sometimes it's easier to troubleshoot issues through the classic Windows 11 troubleshooter, many users still use it!
6. Disabling the lock screen
The lock screen can display custom images , but what if you don't need it at all. The lock screen that takes extra time before logging into your PC can also be annoying!
7. Sometimes you have to restore the administrator
Because you can no longer access Windows 11 by starting Windows 11, 10, ... etc. in safe mode, the administrator account, also known as system administrator , is now used to allow a change. Even if you have not activated this system admin account.
8. Windows 11 and the battery status information!
Seeing the battery status information in the Windows 11 taskbar is also very popular, why not when it's handy!
FAQ 201: Updated on: 20 June 2022 12:29