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Windows Security: The dashboard for device protections
Windows Security provides a dashboard into your device's security protections.
Windows 10 & Media Streaming
We have just purchased a new Lenovo ThinkStation with Windows 10 Pro. This machine will be used to manage our media -- photos, music etc. We have installed Logitech Media Server to run our Squeezebox music centre. Yes getting old but a great piece of kit. We also use Logitech Media Server to manage photo images and view them across our network on TV monitors. Problem is that the Logitech Media Server is not appearing in the Network Media Streaming view and therefore can't been viewed across the network. Suspect this may be a security issue but any thoughts/ help would be appreciated. Thanks Murray
Work from anywhere with Windows 10 Remote Desktop
When you're away from your work PC but still need to check in, Remote Desktop on your Windows 10 PC can help you access the apps and files you need to get things done. With Remote Desktop, you can connect to a Windows 10 device from a Windows, Android, iOS, and Mac device.
"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?
A pain in the... border WALL
How do you keep a group of hackers off your net. Off your pc,s tablets, phones. Man. They ripped up my last laptop. I can bypass the har ddrive with an exterior one. My keyboarding sucks right just now. Ihave to wathc the screen. My cursor fly/jumps everywhere. My settings in every thing I have set up has chg'd. No emails, to missed ph calls. I know alot of things about them But justnot what to do to stop them. EXCEPT Shut it all down. Turn off my internet. Shut down the Desktop, laptop, and tablets. Just use my our phones. It will make them mess with me big time at first. Threats Lots of threats. Turn on WiFi Turn off firewqll settings, turn on file sharing. My Laptop is barely 5 years old and the hard drive looks like a 90 yo bladder. Picture that??? Any advise on how to get rid of them. Monday Blues
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.
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
Update problem in windows 10
when updating windows i lost control in my network printer and the only way to get back my printer work again that i roweling back the update , are there any help in this issue
about security issue in virus and threat protection
i am getting error message while open the "virus and threat protection setting" . it shows "your virus and threat protection is managed by your organisation". please resolve this issue.
windows 10 pro display screen sleep issue
Can someone tell me why windows 10 pro looses network connection when you only set the display to turn off after a predefined time and not allowing the SP to go to sleep? i have gone through many articles/ registry suggestions about making sure the network setting is set to not turn off when the SP goes to sleep so thats all fine. but i cannot find out why and how to stop this. windows 7 never use to do it. you could set the display to turn off after a certain time and that's exactly what would happen. The computer would still be running and all the network connections would stay connected. very frustrated!
To get to the Network screen: Press the Xbox button to open the guide. Select Profile & system > Settings > General > Network settings.
In Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, select Start, start typing Network and Sharing Center, and then choose it in the list. In Windows 10, select Start, then select Settings > Network & Internet > Status > Network and Sharing Center. Select Set up a new connection or network. Select Set up a new network, then choose Next.
Check your network connection status. Windows 10 lets you quickly check your network connection status. And if you're having trouble with your connection, you can run the Network troubleshooter to try and fix it. Select the Start button, then select Settings > Network & Internet > Status. Check your network connection status.
Select Start, then select Settings > Network & Internet. Do one of the following: For a Wi-Fi network, select Wi-Fi > Manage known networks. Choose the network you want to change the settings for, then select Properties.