How to Enable Touchscreen Keyboard On Windows 11
Windows 11 comes with new changes in almost all system applications. Is that a big change as we saw in the Start menu, the touch keyboard also has some improvements. New touch keyboard improvements were introduced taking into account more touch-friendly features in Windows. The new touch keyboard comes with a transparency effect, the option to add emojis, an animated GIF search bar, and more.
For those of you, who are currently using Windows 11 and have a laptop/PC with a touch screen, you can also activate the touch screen keyboard in Windows 11. Where this keyboard feature, you can use like a tablet. For how to activate it on Windows 11, it’s not so difficult, you just need to follow a few easy steps below:
How to Enable touch keyboard from Settings
You need to enable touch keyboard keys on the taskbar.
- Press Windows Key + i together to open the settings window or you can also right click on the mouse on the start button and select the “settings” menu.
- Once the settings menu opens, click the “Personalization“.
- In the Personalization settings, select the item “Taskbar“.
- Select Taskbar Corner Icons then find and activate Touch Keyboard
- Next, you can notice on the taskbar row there will be a keyboard icon. Click the button to activate the touch screen keyboard.
If you have clicked on the keyboard icon, a touchscreen keyboard will appear as shown below:
How to Open and Change HEIC Files on Windows
How to open and change HEIC files on Windows: If you want to convert an image in HEIC format to JPG to save it on your phone directly with the desired extension, we will explain the easy steps to do it. You will also find out a few things about this format. Concentrate on these lines and you will learn quickly.
What is the HEIC Format?
Apple decided to apply a new format for photos and images from the iOS 11 update, namely the HEIC format.
HEIC or HEIF is a High Efficiency Image Format. Apple made this new format to replace JPEG in their cell phones. The reason for its existence is to reduce file weight to optimize the storage capacity of the phone. This will allow you to save more images and edits without having to free up space too often. HEIC is a very handy format, but Windows hasn’t fully adopted Apple’s new image format, so the native app doesn’t fully support HEIC by default.
If you want to open HEIC files on Windows, you will have to download the relevant codec or convert it to a compatible jpg format manually.
How to open “HEIC” files on Windows
How to Open HEIC Files in Windows 10 With Codecs application
You can open HEIC files by installing two codecs from Microsoft – HEIF Image Extensions at the link below:
For how to install, you just click the link above, and you will automatically be directed to the Windows Store, from the Windows Store you simply press the Get button. This application is an Official application owned by Microsoft and of course Free.
Convert HEIC to JPG
If you want to convert HEIC files to jpg format which format is more widely compatible in Windows. You can use the iMazing HEIC Converter application.
We recommend using the iMazing HEIC Converter, of course, for good reason. This is a free utility that you can use to easily convert batches of HEIC files to JPG or PNG formats and of course we tried them first.
The following is how to convert HEIC to JPG format on Windows
- Download and install iMazing HEIC Converter first. On the Microsoft Store website or on the Website https://imazing.com/
- Perform the installation and open iMazing HEIC Converter. Then, go to the File menu and select Open Files to select the files you want to convert.
- After that, select the converted format you want (JPG or PNG), you can also use the Quality option to adjust the quality of the converted results. then select Convert.
- Next, specify the folder where the Convert results will be saved.
- The final step is to click Show Files to open the converted files to JPG in File Explorer or you select the OK option to go back and convert more HEIC files.
How to Restart Mozilla Firefox By Leaving All Tabs Open
How do we restart the browser without closing every tab that we are open? It must have happened to us, when the browser we are using suddenly crashes or requires a restart because we just updated an existing add-on or plugin. What is certain is that this is quite annoying, if we are opening several important sites simultaneously. Usually we will make a choice between; restart the browser and sacrifice every open tab, or keep using the browser but without any working add-ons or plugins.
If you are using the Mozilla Firefox web browser, this trick might be very useful for you. Often Firefox takes up a lot of system resources / Amount of RAM and starts running very slowly and takes a lot of time in opening new tabs. Besides being slow, Firefox sometimes doesn’t respond. The thing we do most often is restart.
So often we fix problems and performance issues by restarting Firefox but what if we have been running multiple tabs in Firefox? if we have opened multiple tabs in Firefox and we close and relaunch Firefox, we will lose all the tabs that have been opened and we have to reopen them one by one from history. It’s a little troublesome.
Now for Firefox users, if you want to restart the browser without closing the tab that is currently open, it’s actually quite easy because Firefox provides these options directly from their browser.
Here we summarize the short steps.
How to Restart Mozilla Firefox By Leaving All Tabs Open
THROUGH THE RESTART REQUIRED PAGE
This step is the shortest and simplest step, you just need to enter by copying the following url into the address bar.
And exactly like in the image above, on that page there will be an option to “Restart Firefox”, please just click the button and Firefox will restart immediately without closing all the tabs you have open.
THROUGH THE ABOUT PROFILE PAGE
Apart from the previous options, users can also access the “About Profiles” page.
And exactly like in the image above, on that page, you can see the option “Restart Normally”, where when the user restarts, all currently open tabs will not be closed completely and will open again.