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Hello Community, I keep getting Stopcode errors. It says to go to windows.com/stopcode. I kepp forgetting what the error code is. It was some thing like: Stopcode: xxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx xxx Any help would be appreciated, otherwise I'll reset. I'm actually getting excited at resetting because I can get the 20H2 update. I still haven't got it yet. Thanks, Kam
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Haven't you do Win+V ?It will bring up Clipboard.
introduction, a few tech queries even took to Comp. GEEKS.
Good evening...my name is Juleigh..I've had enough trying to simply get my headphones to WORK with my Laptop - an HP Pavillion Gaming. I DO NOT GAME. I bought this as a great discount through my company, so that I could have something decent yet not $1K to start out. My ONLY complaint is I am having a single challenge with my JLAB Headphones, the sound coming into my headphones and not from the computer. I had this at Geeksquad three weeks ago because I tripped over the cord, totally annihilated the hard drive. They put in a Solid State Hard Drive, they swore best one they had. SO, since then, my headers do not work. The screen says my phones re not plugged in. I had NEVER had to have them "plugged in" before..and then the phones are synced with my Cell as well. I've invested now, $850 into this. I'm googling my face off trying to explain this ..what I would deem simple, alas - nobody finds the solution easy, but then, nobody has an answer. I get the same stupid, woman in suit, (we'll give her a good reason to buy here..)..kind of thing..tired of it AND with this Corona issue going on, I'm about to jap slap these pseudo computer techies. Does ANYONE have ANY advice for me? I'm just not quite in the financial position to purchase another computer just yet, so I truly need this baby. Heck, it's just a year old, we bought the extra warranty! Forgive me for spewing out my mood..I'm now behind in my goals for the week..my clients need me and I need them...So, my new fellow Microsoft Community Members, ANYONE have any suggest. So, Community, any help, any thoughts? Any guidance that anyone is willing to take a bit of time to step in? Truly, I am a grateful, blessed gurl...many thanks, Juleigh Anne
Windows product key verification
Hi there, I have a laptop that came with Windows 10 Pro. I use my pc for work, the company added a work user as the admin on my PC. When I leave the company they will remove that user and its information, which is fine. The problem comes in that I once this has been done I want to do a PC restore, so that I am sure that any permissions or restrictions etc they've put on are removed. What I'm worried about is that I don't know if the laptop originally came with Windows 10 Pro or whether the supplier simply upgraded it to Pro. I have found my product key using the CMD function, but I was wondering if there is any way I can verify that it is in fact a Pro license and not a Home license. Please assist if possible on how/where I can verify this.
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all day today what is up? things disappeared off tool bar now after closing this window my apps on my desktop was just white I clicked them to get the app picture back.
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Here are common keyboard shortcuts that you may be familiar with: ALT+F4 - Close an app ALT+SPACEBAR - Open a menu where you can maximise, minimise, or close an app ALT+TAB - Switch between apps CTRL+C - Copy text/file/folder CTRL+X - Cut text/file/folder CTRL+V - Paste text/file/folder CTRL+B - Enable bold text in a word-processing app CTRL+I - Enable italic text in a word-processing app CTRL+U - Enable underlined text in a word-processing app CTRL+P - Print a document or picture in an app F12 - Save a document in a different name in a word-processing app WINDOWS LOGO+E - Open File Explorer WINDOWS LOGO+TAB - Open Task View for virtual desktops, app switching, and recent documents/websites F11 - Make File Explorer or a web browser go full-screen F1 - Get help for an app F2 - Rename a file/folder CTRL+SHIFT+N - Create a new folder on the desktop or in File Explorer WINDOWS LOGO+L - Lock your PC WINDOWS LOGO+A - Open Action Center WINDOWS LOGO+K - Connect to devices WINDOWS LOGO+I - Open Settings CTRL+Z - Undo an operation on a text/file/folder CTRL+Y - Redo an operation on a text/file/folder WINDOWS LOGO+D - Show or hide the desktop WINDOWS LOGO+U - Open Ease of Access WINDOWS LOGO+R - Open the Run dialog box CTRL+TAB - Move to the next tab CTRL+SHIFT+TAB - Move to a previous tab WINDOWS LOGO+P - Switch between displays WINDOWS LOGO+X - Open the power user menu CTRL+O - Open a file CTRL+S - Save a file CTRL+N - Create a new document CTRL+W - Close a tab/window F5 - Refresh a page/the desktop WINDOWS LOGO+SPACE - Switch between language inputs WINDOWS LOGO+COMMA (,) - Peek through desktop WINDOWS LOGO+S - Search for something WINDOWS LOGO+UP ARROW - Maximise a window WINDOWS LOGO+LEFT ARROW - Snap a window to the left WINDOWS LOGO+RIGHT ARROW - Snap a window to the right WINDOWS LOGO+DOWN ARROW - Unsnap/minimise a window WINDOWS LOGO+PAUSE - Open System Properties CTRL+A - Select all text/files/folders ALT+ENTER - Open the Properties dialog box for a file/folder
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.