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Windows 10 comes with a new default “Photo Viewer” app which lacks a few features from the previously utilized “Windows Photo Viewer“. The old photo viewer was basic, simple and fast which is why I loved it. I loved it so much I found a way to restore it within Windows 10. And here’s how you can do the same thing.

 

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Without question, sending and receiving 3D digital objects will be the future of computing. However, the time isn’t here yet and I don’t want an empty useless folder cluttering up my directory. Normally it would be simple enough to just delete the empty folder. But thanks to “Big Brother” Microsoft, they make it difficult.

To remove the 3D Objects folder from Windows 10 simply follow the registry edits below.

 

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Microsoft OneDrive provides users with 5 gigabytes worth of free cloud storage. An embarrassingly trivial amount considering its intended purpose.

Begin by Uninstalling OneDrive from “Programs and Features“.

You’ll note that even after uninstalling OneDrive, it clings to your interface like hot gum to shoe treads.

These instructions will help completely remove it from the sidebar of your Windows 10 File Explorer Sidebar.

 

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Would you like to make DropBox backup a folder which is not stored within the default DropBox folder? We may have a solution!

Using a built in function in Microsoft’s Operating System called Mklink, which creates a symbolic directly link, we may be able to ‘fool‘ DropBox into thinking that a particular directory is located within its default synchronization folder.

 

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Microsoft ended mainstream support for Windows 7 in January of 2015.

However, they are providing extended support until January of 2020.

Time to start migrating over to the greatly improved Windows 10.