Microsoft keeps updating Windows 10 with major releases such as the Fall Creators Update and April 2018 Update, so there are plenty of new hidden features and tricks to make the most of a constantly evolving Windows experience. bellow is the list of some Windows 10 Hidden features that will blow your mind.
Secret Start Menu
Start menu experience, you can still have it. If you right-click on the Windows icon in the bottom-left corner, it will prompt a textual menu with a number of familiar popular destinations (Apps and Features, Search, Run). though all these options are available through the standard menu interface, you’ll be able to access them quickly through this textual interface.
Show Desktop Button
This desktop button actually dates back to Windows 7 but is handy nonetheless. On the bottom-right corner of the desktop is a secret button. Don’t see it? Look all the way to the bottom and right, beyond the date and time. There you’ll find a small little sliver of an invisible button. Click it to minimize all your open windows.
There’s also the option to have windows minimize when you hover over this button versus clicking. Select your preference in Settings > Personalization > Taskbar > Use peek to preview the desktop.
This feature actually debuted in Windows 7, but I’ve found a lot of people don’t know about it or use it (but they should—it’s cool!). If you have a display full of windows, clear the clutter by grabbing the top of the window you do like and “shaking” it to minimize all the other windows. Suddenly having shaker’s remorse? Shake again and the windows will come back.
Rotate Your Screen
This tip won’t be useful to most, but you can rotate your screen by simultaneously pressing Ctrl + Alt + D and any of the arrow buttons. The down arrow will flip it upside down, the left or right arrow buttons will turn it 90 degrees on its side, and the up arrow will bring you back to standard orientation. If you use multiple displays, this feature allows you to orient just that display in a particular way.
Alternatively, you can right-click on the desktop background > Graphics Options > Rotation to turn your page around in all sorts of ways. This feature is available on Windows 7 and 10.
Enable Slide to Shutdown
Enable ‘God Mode’
Right-Click on Tiles
Right-Click on the Taskbar
Drag to Pin Windows
Hidden Games in Cortana
Quickly Jump Between Virtual Desktops
Make Your Command Prompt Window Transparent
Silence Notifications with Focus Assist
Pin Your People
Mixed Reality Viewer
Stop Typing, Start Dictating