If you’ve recently purchased a new(or finally , now that ), you don’t have to rely on default settings that might not make the most sense for how you actually want to use the device. Customizing your laptop to your needs as soon as you get it will save you time and energy down the line, and prevent security headaches.
While some have criticized Windows 10 for being overly complex and buggy, it still has nearly 50% of the laptop OS market share, according to NetMarketShare — which means more laptops and desktops are running Windows 10 than any other OS.
Here are 13 things to tweak when you set up your Windows 10…
Source CNET Computer News