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Anyone else miss the old windows phones produced by Nokia?
Okay no disrespect is meant towards Microsoft in anyway or form what so ever. Okay now with this statement out of the way, lets move on towards the main focus as this conversation's title states. So anyway yeah I was wondering if anyone else out there was lucky enough to own, or even use any of the original Window Phones, that were created and produced by Nokia? Don't get me wrong, for what few phones I have tried and even seen sold by Microsoft, we still very nice, fun, and well made, however I feel like they took over the phone market a little to soon. In my opinion they should have either waited a few more years, or at the very least came to some sort of agreement that allowed Nokia to continue building phones. The reason I say this, is because of two reasons. The first of if when Nokia was creating the phones, the were offering way better phone specs, features, and sizes on the market with use with prepaid services than Android and Apple, (And to think Apple still hasn't even bothered creating a cheap affordable device for low to mid low income individuals... talk about being all loyal to their Boujee class of peoples. LOL) And the other reason being, that their top of the line model phones, where created with amazing and not to mention most incredible cameras to still ever be found on a cell phone. For examples of what I am talking about, look at both the AT&T Windows Nokia 1020, (the phone had decent memory, was shaped like a small digital camera, and had a back facing camera that took 41megapixal photos), and the AT&T Windows Nokia 1520, (A pretty well design and durable phone that was bigger than the Note 3 and Note 4 which were the best Android Phones at the time. It had a back facing camera with 20 megapixels). *A Little Fun Fact: It is mainly all thanks to Nokia with their creation of Window Phones, that we have the decent size and as good as quality cheap android phones on the market as we do today. So anyway, does anyone else miss them?
Artificial Intelligence? Bring it on!
Some people I have spoken with are concerned about the rise and usage of 'artificial intelligence' in their daily lives. The thought of 'connectivity and integration' appears to be the nub of their concerns. I respect these views; however, my own view is very different. Artificial intelligence are algorithms that have intuitive code embedded in the source programs. Nothing really complicated in that. The more we inculcate AI in our computing devices, the more we can utilise 'machine power'. So here is my challenge to Microsoft - bring it on ladies and gentlemen, bring it on - let this community test the AI computing power and even suggest their own ideas on maximising AI on their devices. The recent new build of Windows 10 with the enhancements in assistive technologies are fantastic - it is possible to improve on this current offering. Just my #PoV. As a follow-on to my post, I understand that a vigorous antibiotic has been designed in the United States using AI - so cool 😎 The field and practice of medicine is probably one of the many fields that will benefit using AI. 😀
Movies & TV App
As a Microsoft Store associate, I see a few customers that come in with questions about the Movies & TV app. Out of curiosity, how do you usually access the Movies & TV app? Mostly on your Windows device or on your Xbox (if you have one)? What is your favorite feature of the app or least favorite?
View high quality photos on your digital camera with the RAW Image Extension
View your professional-looking graphics on your digital camera with the RAW Image Extension with the Windows 10 May 2019 Update.
Issues with windows latest 19042 Wind 10 or with MS 365
On some occasions pressing a key evokes an uncontrollable repeat of that key in MS 365>Word Experience various other weird behaviour since latest updates January 2021 Devices are protected with ESET Internet Security. Anyone had a simiiiiilar experience😓 Neil
Just thought I would surf by and 'see' if you are all okay and keeping well. With all the online work being done at home by millions of people Microsoft (my fav provider) has most definitely demonstrated its relevance in our twenty first century. Please all, keep well and remember to give your devices a clean especially keyboards. I have just done mine (I did remember to shut down the computer first 🙄).
I am running Windows 10 Pro 64 bit operating system on an ASUS H81M-Plus board and Intel Core i5-4440 CPU and 8.00 GB installed memory. I am having a problem with Windows Updates. It says ‘Your device is missing important security and quality fixes’ but when I go to 'Check for updates' it repeatedly says 'We couldn't connect to update service' even though I am online and have a good fibre internet connection. Can anybody help?
Meet Abhi: Using numbers and data to create better customer experiences
From football and music to Windows OS, Abhi Gupta uses numbers and data to create better user experiences.
Do you use Timeline to maintain your work history?
How many of you utilize Timeline to keep track of your work? I use it on my device to see what documents I was working with on a specific day, and what information I might have been referencing with Edge. I can even keep track of projects in Visual Studio, allowing me to look back at all different types of work I've done. - Brandon C, Services Advisor from Microsoft Stores
BitLocker and Windows 10 Pro protect your data
Device lost or stolen? Your computer might be in bad hands, but your data stays protected. Discover how to safeguard you and your data using BitLocker and Windows 10 Pro.
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.