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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.
Windows 10 My taskbar has all the desktop icons on it Help
They all appeared two or three days ago and I cannot find the right command to remove them. Can someone assist please.
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Does anyone know how to organize Teams similar to Skype.
I am looking for large scale adaption of Teams over Skype in my organization. Skype like organizations will help adaption fasted.
Does anyone here remember Windows XP?
It was a great Windows OS. I think Microsoft should make a Windows 10 theme based off of it, even with the classic Windows XP-esque start menu merged with the Windows 10 start menu. How does that sound?
What do you use for working secure with Windows 10 ?
I'm using several security features on my Windows Insiders Build ( Windows 10 Preview fast ring) like logging in with Windows Hello on my Surface and my disk is done with Bitlocker. Keeping Windows Defender up-to-date, Windows Device security like ( Core isolation, Secure Boot, ) Firewall active and using MFA and Two-factor authentication with internet Apps. My Question do you use extra (third party) security features on Windows 10 and what do you miss in Windows 10?
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All of my devices crashed simultaneously. Help please???
This seems like paranoia but it is true. Had 5 devices crash at the same time August 5, 2020. Went to different town and purchased new phone. Set phone up and it new who I was and had already had update with malware waiting. As well as being controlled by third party. The sophistication was unbelievable. The possible outcomes are nightmarish. Lost all contacts, passwords simultaneously. This is my last hope. Hacked Edge AND Hacked Google
Does the "Search" Tool Make Navigating Your Computer Easier?
I use the "Search" feature frequently, I'm a big fan. For years I've wanted a simple search bar on my computer that could find mostly anything I'm looking for. That little magnifying glass in the bottom left side of the task bar can locate the files, programs, settings, even websites that best match my search. I work at MSFT and I'm curious about your thoughts & feedback. Thank you in advance!
A PIN is a set of numbers, or a combination of letters and numbers, that you choose yourself. Using a PIN is a quick, secure way to sign in to your Windows 10 device. Your PIN is securely stored on your device. To change your PIN when you're already signed in: Make sure you're connected to the internet, so the change syncs to your Microsoft ...
A PIN is a set of numbers, or a combination of letters and numbers, that you choose yourself. Using a PIN is a quick, secure way to sign in to your Windows 10 device. Your PIN is securely stored on your device. If you aren't signed in to your device and you want to reset a PIN, here are some things to try. Look below the PIN text box.
To pin apps to the taskbar. Press and hold (or right-click) an app, and then select More > Pin to taskbar. If the app is already open on the desktop, press and hold (or right click) the app's taskbar button, and then select Pin to taskbar. Note: To remove a pinned app from the taskbar, open the app's Jump List, and then select Unpin from taskbar.
Pin the apps you use most often to the Start menu. Here's how: Open the Start menu, then find the app you want to pin in the list or search for it by typing the app name in the search box.. Press and hold (or right-click) the app, then select Pin to Start .. To unpin an app, select Unpin from Start.