Microsoft PowerToys is designed for power users to streamline and tune Windows inspired by the Windows 95 PowerToys.
The PowerToys installation is quick and, once installed, resides in your system tray.
You will find four sections are starting with General Settings.
FancyZones is a window manager that makes it easy to create complex window layouts and quickly position windows into those layouts. The FancyZones category has quite a few settings and colors you can use or adjust.
PowerRename Settings is a Windows Shell Extension for more advanced bulk renaming using search and replace or regular expressions.
Lastly, is The Shortcut Guide appears when a user holds the Windows key down for more than one second and shows the available shortcuts for the current state of the desktop. The shortcut guide backlog can be found here. The Shortcut Guides category currently has a few settings.
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Version History for Microsoft PowerToys: https://github.com/microsoft/PowerToys/releases/tag/v0.16.0