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What’s new in the Windows 10 Video Editor
Sarah Sinclair from the Video Editor team shows you new features of Windows 10 Video Editor including drag and drop to add media, new text styles, split, rotate, and video project duplication, to give your movie the personality it deserves.
How to personalize your Windows 10
Windows 10 allows you to personalize your PC in cool different ways.
Device security: Protection for your most central systems
Device security helps you monitor protection of your device's core software and hardware. If you are using the Windows 10 May 2020 Update, please check this video: https://community.windows.com/en-us/videos/device-security-security-that-comes-built-into-your-device/fadv4TuMOnc
Samsung Monitor (S27D390) has dark areas after update
After recent update of Windows 10 (current OS build 18363.1198) running on Dell XPS8500, my Samsung Monitor (Model S27D390 - functioning as monitor 2 of a two monitor set up) has dark areas that change when I reboot. Monitor 1 is functioning correctly. Anyone have any ideas about fixing this problem. I have loaded and run the most recent driver for the monitor.
Is Cortana any help to you?
I have tried to use the Cortana function and I have found it more of a hindrance than help. Do you use this on a regular basis?
Why do you use Windows? Was it your original choice or your switched from another OS? If you switched, what made you move away from what you were using previously? Why do you keep using Windows?
Reset password on windows 7?
Would anyone be able to help me with resetting my password on an old laptop that uses windows 7? I am trying to recover some files from the laptop although i forgot my password. I unfortunately do not own a password reset disk.
Office 365 Tips and Tricks How we Learn
Office 365 Tips and Tricks. Do you have a tip or trick you would like to share with the class? My trick is in Excel, and uses the Format Cell feature. When people look into formatting a cell, they rarely look beyond font, color, time, and currency, They rarely look into the Custom part of the Numbers format section, and that is where I'm going to take you. In Excel when you type something like 25#, or 25lb., there are several ways to get the adjacent cell to either x, /, -, +, that cell. Or for example you have a list where every name is the same, only the quantity changes. So why, type that name in each and every time, and why enter some outed formula to take advantage of the number only. So here's a way of doing both. When you choose to format a cell or row or column of cells, highlight Number, then scroll down to custom, Under the word Type, where it says General type in "mmHG", then hit press enter. Now when you enter your number in that column of cells, the letters mmHG will also appear. Next for the numbers. Under the word Type, where it says General you can type is something like this 0.0 "lbs." Notice that there is a space between the last 0 and the first quote mark. That is optional, but after you hit enter go a cell in that column and enter a number and let your eye make your decision. When you enter a number in the cell now, it will appear as 25#, but it will be able to be X, /, *, -, +, as if the # wasn't even there. As for both scenarios, what I've shown you in between the quote marks can be anything you want. Have fun! What are some of your tips or tricks?
To put your work on maximum display, connect multiple monitors
Many people like using more than one monitor, to see more of their work on the computer. Windows makes it easy to connect, arrange and use multiple monitors with almost any computer.
What's the first app you open on your computer every day?
The Dark mode has a darker set of colors and is designed to work well in a low-lit environment. The Custom mode gives you more options somewhere in between light and dark. You can choose an accent color or have Windows select one (the accent color will provide a contrast with or match your wallpaper and Windows color).
In Colors, let Windows pull an accent color from your background, or choose your own color adventure. After you've selected an accent color, scroll down to decide where you want to see the color show up, and whether it looks better in a dark or light setting. The above screen shows the Dark setting. You might also like...
Change your desktop background color. Windows 10. More... Less. Select Start > Settings > Personalization > Colors, and then choose your own color, or let Windows pull an accent color from your background. Change desktop colors.
Gets the system-defined color that has an ARGB value of #FF800000. Medium Aquamarine. Gets the system-defined color that has an ARGB value of #FF66CDAA. Medium Blue. Gets the system-defined color that has an ARGB value of #FF0000CD. Medium Orchid. Gets the system-defined color that has an ARGB value of #FFBA55D3.
Gets the system-defined color that has an ARGB value of #FF556B2F. Equivalent WinUI property: Microsoft.UI.Colors.DarkOliveGreen. Dark Orange. Gets the system-defined color that has an ARGB value of #FFFF8C00.