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Windows 101: How to add symbols and accents to letters with Windows 10
Learn how to easily access a collection of accents and symbols using the Windows 10 emoji panel and the Windows 10 Character Map. This emoji panel option is handy if you type accents once and awhile but if you type accents on a regular basis, see this article on how to add the International Keyboard: https://community.windows.com/en-us/stories/keyboard-shortcuts-for-typing-accent-marks-over-letters-in-windows-10
Compiled FYIs, Suggestions & Recommendations - OS & Edge
In no particular order: * Use Applications window (>Run > shell:AppsFolder)❗🤗👏👍👍⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ * Pin Settings icon to Taskbar * Have Storage Sense ON * Set Edge Dev as DWB (because it has neat things GA doesn't 😂) * Don't put 3rd Part securities or firewalls in Win10 * Let Win+X be your good friend. Learn the K/B shortcuts * Have File Explorer > This PC (> Folder Options, change from Quick Access to This PC) * A. Edge ad blocker ON B. Edge pop-up blocker ON C. Edge Tracking Prevention to Strict * Start can be without tiles * A. Desktops can be icon-free B. Employ Desktop toolbar (Rt clk taskbar > Toolbars * A. USE VIRTUAL DESKTOPS❗👍👍 B. >Settings > Multi-tasking Set Vitual desktops to: 1. Taskbar - Onthe one I'm using 2. Alt+Tab - ALL Desktops * Grab Notepads from Store. MUCH better than Notepad❗ * Check Store for Updates * DO NOT EVER turn a "Production machine" into an Insider machine. ⭐ ❗❗ Run Insider Builds as virtual machines, Dual-boots or on a "Spare box"❗❗⭐ * Middle Clking taskbar icons opens another instance. * Run MSRT occasionally Win+MRT * Set PrtScn to work Snip & Sketch ( > Settings & type Prt in Search ) * Edge can have vertical tabs & no title bar. Recommended * Recommended Edge Extensions: 1. Microsoft Bing Quick Search❗ 👍👍 2. Microsoft Editor🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 3. Print Friendly & PDF 4. Scroll to Top 5. Office 6. Peapix New Tab Backgound from Chrome Store. Allows 100% clean photo, can even shut off search bar. Optional; Bing page is damn nice, too. * Areo Clock is a great addition - https://theaeroclock.en.lo4d.com/windows * Make use of Collections❗ * Make sure you keep everything 100% current❗ * DO NOT connect a Win7 machine to the Net 👎 * DO NOT use IE or Edge HTML * Grab Windows Terminal from Store, NOW❗👍👍 <-- It's SO cool & coming to Win10 by default, SOON. I'll probably think of more soon as I hit Post 😉, Murphy's Law 🤣 Cheers, Drew
engineers responding to feedback
hi there: This is more of a suggestion. In the feedback hub, when I sent out a feedback, there is 1 or 0 upvote without any official response. I know that it is difficult for the engineers to actually respond to individual feedback, but all feedback is important, regardless of how many upvotes received. Even if only 1 upvote received, the feedback can make a big difference in Windows 10. I wish that there is a feature in the feedback hub where an engineer can respond and ask, why did you submit that feedback or why are you facing that issue or why do you want a certain change.
how to update windows photo gallery
How to I update Windows Photo Gallery? I scanned some old photos but Photo Gallery would not open so I could crop them.
Microsoft screensaver changes when I don't want it to
So I get some nice scenery picture. I say I like it. 2-3 days later it's gone but I'm not tired of it. Can I somehow tell Microsoft to not change so fast? Or can I somehow say when I'm ready for an image to change? And why, when I've said "no, thanks" to pretty much every 'city' image, do they keep showing me downtown MegaTown shots?? Thanks for any advice or assistance!
Windows Media Player organizing
I have a nice collection of music in my library which I have taken the time to make sure the artists and albums are in order, but every time my computer gets an upgrade there are a number of entries revert to the unknown category. Then I have to sort through and reorganize them. Is there any option where I can save the changes I've made so I can avoid the constant editing?
I'm sure some of you may have noticed, while others may have not, but you can no longer pin websites to the start screen, even by pinning it to your taskbar and dragging to your start screen, it can no longer be done. I've been aware of this, and have working around it, but after this last update....... ok, well we'll leave it at that... I was chatting with Microsoft Tech support this afternoon, and after I finally got them to try and pin a web site to their start screen, they admitted they couldn't do it either. Funny though they had a work around? So here's the work around, and it involve Google Chrome! Open the website you want to pin to your Windows 10 Start Screen in Google Chrome. Yea, you read that right! Once your website is open, click on the three dots located in the upper right hand corner. Scroll down until you sees More Tools. Hover over that and choose Create Shortcut... a pop up will appear where you name your shortcut, and here is where it gets important! You need to check the box that says Open as Window, then click create. Now go back to your start screen and under recently added apps you will see your recently added website. There is one last step. With it there you will not be able to move it around. So while it is in the Recently Added Apps right click and choose Pin to Start Menu. Voila! You're done, and your websites are now back on your start screen. Let's do hope that the boys and girls in Redmond fix this!
Windows 10 Photo app Favorites
Hi, I have started using the Windows 10 native Photos app more and have a few questions. 1. When you make a photo a Favorite, where is the list of favorites saved (in a folder on the local PC, or in the cloud), and how do you back up the "list" of photos that you have selected as favorites? (How would your favorites be restored if you replaced a hard drive?) 2. How do you speed up the scanning of photos by the Photos app which tries to identify specific people and items so that your photo collection is "searchable"? On my PC it says there are over 100,000 photos remaining to process and it has been this way for months I would say. Thanks, Mike
Thoughts on new Microsoft Edge?
Hey, this is Robert, a Learning Specialist with Microsoft. Now that the new Chromium Microsoft Edge has been officially released for a couple of weeks. What do you all think about it? What are some browser extensions you use on other browsers that you'd like to see on Edge? If you don't have it already, you should be able to download it by going to https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/edge
Five Microsoft Edge features to boost productivity while browsing
Don’t go down the web rabbit hole. Stay focused and on task when you’re online with popular Microsoft Edge features.
Collections is ideal for collections of movies, but not restricted to. You may create collections of stamps, stickers, cards, devices or as said, anything! The primary idea of Collections is that you can create and maintain your collections on PC, and then use the phone to browse or search for items in your collections.
Collections in Microsoft Edge helps you keep track of your ideas on the web, whether you're shopping, planning a trip, collecting notes for research or lesson plans, or just want to pick up where you left off the last time you were browsing the internet.
The System.Collections.Specialized namespace provides specialized and strongly typed collection classes, such as string-only collections and linked-list and hybrid dictionaries.. Implementing a Collection of Key/Value Pairs. The Dictionary<TKey,TValue> generic collection enables you to access to elements in a collection by using the key of each element. . Each addition to the dictionary ...
One information store for all your collections. Store as many collections as you want. Use your camera to take pictures from collection items. All pictures on your hard disk can be used. Search in your collections through Windows Search. Very easy to use with mouse or touch. Automatically adjusts for the device orientation.