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Windows 10 and the Internet of Things 🌐🛰🚀
Hello everyone - hope you are all keeping well 😀 These last few weeks I have been absorbed by the features and the artificial intelligence of Windows 10. This has led me to thinking about IoT and humanity's journey into space (Mars comes to mind as does the moon). This is not such a big leap of imagination. This may be another whacky idea of mine, but I have to think that some of Microsoft's 'smart inventions' will be part of this space journey. I for one hope so. With all the unpleasant and upsetting news coming out of the CoVid19 global state of emergency, it cheers me to think of possibilities. Keep well all
Meet Aruna and Rob: Keep connected with Bluetooth
Bluetooth connects Windows to things like audio speakers, mouse and keyboard, and many other handy things. Aruna Ravi and Rob Smith help make it all work together.
Email: the more things change the more they stay the same
I started really getting into the internet back in the early '90's. When I got connected I had my US Robotics 33.6K modem, an independent ISP, Netscape, and thought I was the cat's pajamas.. Ha! The ISP gave me a disk that contained everything I needed to get connected, and to set up an email account. Wow! It didn't take long for the junk email to start rolling in. I called and asked, and was told how to get rid of it but that didn't stop it to my satisfaction. I went to a different ISP, and he showed me what to do, and explained how to do it, so I could teach my friends, so that they wouldn't fall into the same trap that I had. I won't explain that suffice to say that it was a lesson learned and it is no longer really applicable. So why did I bring it up? This morning I received 2 emails. One was from and old friend of mine and was addressed to me using her name, but not her email address, and was addressed to an email address that I first signed on to Facebook with, over 10 years ago, and changed it immediately there after. Other emails using her name have come to me using my correct email. I told her about this but apparently she has done nothing. Too bad. Also I received an email from PayPal telling me my account was in jeopardy of being closed because of some total nonsense. I looked at the email header and with a laugh forwarded it to email@example.com. People please, it's not rocket science. If an email sounds to good to be true it probably is, and if doesn't look right check it out, and by all means do not give out personal information ever in an email. Microsoft Outlook 365, Outlook 2016, and Microsoft Email all have made it extremely easy to add these senders to your blocked senders list. Please do so, and protect yourself.
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Things to know about Windows 10 upgrade
Decided to upgrade your operating system to Windows 10? Here are a few things to consider.
Remember the small things with Microsoft Sticky Notes
Unclutter your desktop with Microsoft Sticky Notes. Learn how to create, find, and save your notes securely across all your devices.
"No Internet Access" Problem (This is SERIOUS!)
I have used my Dell Latitude computer for a long time now (It's running Windows 10). When I turned on the computer and log in, I noticed that there's no internet access in my PC. I tried so many fixes like resetting network, changing protocols, resetting Windows sockets API, reinstalling and updating networking drivers, etc.; but still, NO InTeRNet AcCesS. Even if it does work, the problem returns after a few days. How can I get rid of this problem once and for all?
For those who are having internet issues with Windows store
I managed to fix the internet, "Where internet works as connected when you use your browser, but doesn't work when you use Windows Store, it's apps, or settings to sync your account". Microsoft has a driver called Virtual Miniport Adapter, or sounds similar to that, I disabled that driver along with any vpns, and virtual machine network adapters, that fixed the problem. Sometimes my system may start with these drivers hidden and causes my network adapter to do that, but your issue is that your network adapter is connected to your internet. It's an issue with Microsoft's Direct Virtual WiFi driver. https://1drv.ms/u/s!AvgJw57iE8PBgZoIDW1xit3UtTY8hw
My Biggest problem is when computer acts up is it internet
I have this thing about is it my computer or is it my internet connection.. So when reset one or other and then the other and find out that did not fix it. I start looking into my Computer see what up and support awesome always and They need more thanks I say for what do for all..I pretty good now when comes to figuring out what is up .I still get stumped for sure
This Windows Community Conversation Board Thing
Please everyone forgive me if I have misunderstood as I do not wish to sound too negative. But I was under the impression this was for discussions about Microsoft & It`s operating system (windows) NOT a support group for windows support, especially as their are a Hugh number of support groups out there not to mention Microsoft windows support services. I may have only read a few comments so fare but the majority where about how to fix windows issues. Conversations on here about how, why and why they haven't been addressed successfully Syme to be more welcome & appropriate.
Internet of things devices come in all different forms and are used for a variety of different things—from helping individuals with day-to-day tasks to helping large organizations streamline operations and meet business goals. Things like smart appliances, smart lights, and smart door locks are all examples of IoT that you might find in ...
The Azure Internet of Things (IoT) is a collection of Microsoft-managed cloud services that connect, monitor, and control billions of IoT assets. In simpler terms, an IoT solution is made up of one or more IoT devices that communicate with one or more back-end services hosted in the cloud.
Internet of Things or IoT refers to a collection of managed and platform services across edge and cloud that connect, monitor, and control billions of IoT assets. It also includes security and operating systems for devices and equipment, along with data and analytics that help businesses to build, deploy, and manage IoT applications.
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