PowerToys was first released for Windows 95 as a collection of free tools for power users. It was later released for Windows XP, which offered new and better utilities for customizing the operating system. If you’ve used Windows XP you may remember using PowerToys like TweakUI or Virtual Desktop Manager.
In October 2019, Microsoft released the third generation of PowerToys, bringing similar powerful tools to Windows 10. Though the initial version included just a few tools, the list of its utilities is now growing with every release.
That said, let me introduce you to PowerToys along with their novel features and use cases for easing your daily work on Windows 10.