By default Windows 10 will install the software (drivers) required to run a NVIDIA video card – it however doesn’t install the ‘NVIDIA Control Panel’ – which is completely optional and not required for everyday use.
Further more – it has terrible reviews on the Microsoft Store – currently 1.5 stars !
Despite this – Windows will display a prompt every time you turn on the computer which reads
NVIDIA Control Panel is not found
Click here to install NVIDIA Control Panel from Microsoft store.
These steps show how to disable the ‘NVIDIA Control Panel is not found’ prompt in Windows 10.
Right-click on the Start menu and click ‘Run’ (or on the keyboard, press Windows + R)
In the ‘Open:’ box, type ‘services.msc’ and click ‘OK’
Locate ‘NVIDIA Display Container LS’
Right-click on it and choose ‘Properties’
Change ‘Startup type’ to ‘Disabled’
Click ‘OK’ and close the Services window
The prompt will no longer appear when you turn on the computer.
How well a website prints is often not considered by web developers – but it can still be an important part of the user experience – especially if you have long-form content which some users may want to print to read offline.
The debugger tool in Google Chrome allows you to view a website an “print view” – making it easier for developers to customise the layout used when pages are printed.
To open “print view” in Google Chrome:
With Google Chrome open, press F12 on your keyboard
The DevTools console (debugger) will open
Click on the menu at the top right
Open ‘More Tools‘ -> ‘Rendering’
Scroll down to the bottom, until ‘Emulate CSS media type’
Change to ‘print’
The web page currently loaded, and any other pages opened – will display how it will be printed
If the page doesn’t change – or it includes content which is not suitable for print (e.g. the menu) – there’s work to do !