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How to quickly troubleshoot your Windows 10 audio
Troubleshoot your audio with these quick steps. Learn how Microsoft Virtual Agent offers personalized support 24-7: https://community.windows.com/en-us/videos/microsoft-virtual-agent-offers-personalized-support-24-7/YaBlV9NCcc8
Windows 101: Four ways to customize your taskbar
Maximize your screen workspace with these four easy taskbar settings.
Oh no a keyboard oopsie 😮🤔
I preface this posting by indicating that I reported this oopsie to the 'Hub' yesterday evening. 😊✔ At 19:40 UK local time, I attempted to use my computer. However, I found that my Bluetooth keyboard was unresponsive to my 'tapping'. I had several attempts to remedy the problem; the keyboard remained unresponsive. I had to ask a family member if there was anything happening on the screen 🤔 - there was not. I decided to do re-start - the keyboard remained unresponsive. I then powered down the device, unplugged all device and peripherals and plugged back in and powered up. I was able to check settings using my mouse pointer and I located a system message that read my email provider settings were out-of-date, My email settings have never been out of date. I concluded that Windows had been checking my system. No problems with that. 🤩 I clicked on the MS account panel and proceeded to go through the checking process. The Bluetooth keyboard was re-initiated. 🙏👏 #JustSharing 😊 Keep well all.
when I connect my device via a cat cable I got my speed fully but when I rely on wi-fi connection I got about 45% of my speed. So if there is any option in win settings , I would be grateful if told me. thank you
The latest Windows Community Newsletter email.
I found your latest Windows Community Newsletter email interesting . However, the features described in ‘‘A world without passwords for Microsoft account users on Windows 10’, and ‘Organize your email with folders and rules in Outlook’ don’t seem to be available on my version of Windows 10 even though I have the latest update (1st July 2020).
Disappointed = still blocked for Window 10 2004 May update
Dperessed that only 1 of 5 devices I own has updated to Windows 10 2004. Frustrating that I stil can't even find out what the block reason is. Pathetic that on the conexant sounds cards (my best guess for my thinkpad blocks) that billion dollar corporations (Microsoft and Synaptics [who bought connexant] can't fix a sound driver in more than 2 months (it's 2 months since the block - presumably the problem was already known for the block). Even worse, they can't be bothered to to provide any kind of news since the original text posted onMay 27 - you press the "LearnMore" button on Windows Update and learn nothing at the next to useless dashboard. "Investigating" for 2 months is just sad. I have used Windows for a while - I was present at the UK launch and have never been so disappointed. Ironically, on one ofmy devices I never even use the Conext sound - with proper infomration (liek aconfirmation that this is my blokc) I might risk anupdate and manual disbale - I tried that to see if the block woudlclear on automatic update it didnt workbut with no information provided on the blockI have noidea if it shoudl have worked. [Incindetally,which idiot decided to switch off the WIndows spell check in ths dialog? Here I am in edge,with MS editor running and... As it happens my spelling is pretty good - but my typing is not (motor control) so I rely on underlines to spot the typos.]
Draw and doodle your photos with pen & ink
Surface pen and Windows ink allow you to draws on photos to create personalized art.
Cleaner, faster, safer – Keeping potentially unwanted apps at bay
Potentially unwanted applications (PUA) are a category of software that can cause your device to run slowly, display unexpected ads, or at worst, install other software which may be more harmful or annoying. In the Windows 10 May 2020 update, Potentially Unwanted App blocking is available to everyone running Windows 10!
Windows 101: Use Windows key to unlock Search possibilities
Windows key unlocks tons of possibilities. Find computer files, settings, and more from your taskbar with Windows key.
Understanding license options for Office
Learn about the differences between consumer Office licenses to choose the right one for your needs.
To find or fix your device: Sign in to account.microsoft.com/devices. Find the device you want to find, then select Show details. Either select Find my device.
Find your Windows device Go to https://account.microsoft.com/devices and sign in. Select the Find My Device tab. Choose the device you want to find, and then select Find to see a map showing your device's location.
Sign in to account.microsoft.com/devices. Find the device you want to find, then select Show details. Select Find my device. To check for any security issues, go to Windows Defender settings, select Show details, and check your security status.