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App & browser control: Stop security risks before they happen
Set protections against online attacks in App & browser control. If you are using Windows 10 May 2020 Update, please check this video: https://community.windows.com/en-us/videos/app-browser-control-add-protection-and-online-security/4kyb3u8AVpg
WINDOWS LOGO + X Menu
If you press WINDOWS LOGO + X or right-click the Start button, you can get access to some tools that you can use. The tools are: Apps and Features Mobility Center (only available for laptops) Power Options Event Viewer System Device Manager Network Connections Disk Management Computer Management Command Prompt / Windows PowerShell Command Prompt (Admin) / Windows PowerShell (Admin) Task Manager Settings File Explorer Search Run Shut down or sign out Desktop
Set up your device with the Windows 10 Out of Box Experience
Learn how to set up your device in Windows 10 to do what you want with the Out of Box Experience. Customize keyboard layouts, choose privacy settings, and Cortana assistance.
The WINDOWS LOGO + X Power User Menu
Right-clicking the Start button or pressing WINDOWS LOGO + X shows you a list of power user options that you can use. Below shown are: Apps and Features Power Options Event Viewer System Device Manager Network Connections Disk Management Computer Management Command Prompt / Windows PowerShell Command Prompt (Admin) / Windows PowerShell (Admin) Task Manager Settings File Explorer Search Run Shut down or sign out Desktop NOTES: 1. Programs and Features name has been changed to "Apps and Features". 2. Control Panel name has been changed to "Settings". Control Panel can still be run by pressing WINDOWS LOGO + R, typing "control" (without the quotation marks), and then pressing ENTER. 3. Mobility Center only appears if you're using a laptop that runs Windows 10.
Windows 10 Firewall and Security Centre along with Edge
Improvements needed in the following areas; 1.MAC Filtering and Auditing. - (Windows Firewall (and security center ) 2.Content Filtering in LAN based Networks. (do) 3.Password or any other forms of protection of Windows Firewall (and security center along with edge) configurations to minimize intentional tampering. (do) 4.Centralised Dashboard with statistical monitoring of web and network traffic (do) 5.Web Filtering integrated into windows firewall , also connected as a pre installed Edge feature. 6.Edge should incorporate ad blocking - pre installed. 7.Default enable https on edge. 8.Compress windows updates for these improvements including other updates to ensure minimum bandwidth utilization on low end machines and networks. Thank you. © protected feature improvement request. (G.S.D.Wanigaratne) 2020
Answer to my wi-fi dropout did not address the issue.
Got the following reply. Windows Community2 months ago 'Hello Tony - We are sorry to hear you are having issues with your Wi-Fi connection. Please see this article on how to troubleshoot your network: https://community.windows.com/en-us/stories/quick-ways-to-fix-common-wi-fi-connection-issues. Go you your manufacturer's support site and download the most current Wi-Fi driver or update it manually: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/update-drivers-in-windows-10-ec62f46c-ff14-c91d-eead-d7126dc1f7b6'. My issue is intermittent and the link does not address this. The wi-fi signal is normally strong and when I get a dropout Windows 10 points to router failure. When I check the router with another pc, at the same location as my laptop,the wi-fi is ok but my laptop is not. I have the latest wi-fi adapter drivers. I'm convinced that it's not the router but an intermiient error with laptop hardware or software. But which is it and how can I fix it.
What's wrong with my Wi-Fi connection?
Dropped Wi-Fi connection or slow Internet speed? Not a problem if you know how to figure out and fix Wi-Fi issues fast in Windows 10.
Introducing the new Microsoft Family Safety: the story behind the app
Microsoft Family Safety is a new app on iOS and Android that helps you protect your family across the digital and real worlds, to give you peace of mind. It helps families find screen time balance, develop healthy digital habits, explore safely online, and locate their loved ones. Learn more about the app and Microsoft family safety features at https://aka.ms/microsoftfamilysafety.
Windows 10 shutdown instead of sleep
Hello all, I have recently built a new desktop computer and installed Windows 10. When I put the computer to sleep, it shuts down instead and I can't wake up the computer with mouse/keyboard anymore, all applications are closed. I have checked on forums and the most common solution is to disable the intel management in the device manager, I did that but it didn't solve my issue. I have also check the power settings and sleep is assigned to sleep while shutdown is assigned to shutdown. Do you have any other idea ? Thanks
Hidden Friends in Windows who Could Help You Out
Sometimes, you are facing some technical problems in Windows and you don't know how to solve them , actually there is interesting place inside Windows which could help you out in most problems. Try open Start Menu and click on Settings on the right side. Then go for Update & Security and on the Left side you will see Troubleshoot. Let me tell you a little trick here, you may open Cortana or Search and just type Troubleshoot and then open Troubleshoot settings. If you look, you have several troubleshooting there, so if update is not working, try troubleshoot here, same for sound and other problems. It runs and attempt to repair and fix the issue for you. Don't forgot to share feedback using Feedback Hub, if something is not working as expected.
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.
To get to the Network screen: Press the Xbox button to open the guide. Select Profile & system > Settings > General > Network settings.
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.