1. Go to File Explorer Options (search it up on the Start Meny).
2. Change Open File Explorer to from Quick Access to This PC.
3. If you don’t want recent files and folders in your Explorer, you can turn off both Show Recently used files in Quick access and Show frequently used folders in Quick access.
I just learned a small trick from the interwebz. It speeds up iOS by cleaning up RAM and processes:
- Lock your iPhone or iPad.
- Hold the power button until you are told to slide to power off.
- Press and hold down the Home-button for 5 seconds.
- That’s it!
I tried it and it seems to do the trick. Supposedly this has been possible to do for ages, but I have only done this on iOS 9.x.
I have just gotten the site up and running – will need some time to finish configuring it. 🙂