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I NEED MICROSOFT SUPPORT HOW DO I GET IT?
MICROSOFT CONSTANTLY TELLS ME THAT THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG WITH MY ACCOUNT YET I AM FULLY PAID UP WITH OFFICE 365 AND THE ONLY PROBLEM I HAVE IS THAT MICROSOFT RELENTLESSLY TELLS ME THAT I AM USING THE WRONG PIN WHEN I AM NOT AND THAT THERE IS A PROBLEM THAT NEEDS TO BE FIXED WITHOUT SAYING WHAT THE PROBLEM IS. WHATEVER I TRY TO DO IT COMES UP WITH "SOMETHING WENT WRONG PLEASE TRY AGAIN LATER 0x80190001 - THATS WHAT IT SAYS ON THE LAPTOP BUT THIS IS ALSO A PROBLEM ON THE PC I AM WRITING FROM NOW. HOW DO I GET SUPPORT TO FIX THIS AND GET MICROSOFT TO STOP RELENTLESSLY TELLING ME SOMETHING NEEDS TO BE FIXED
Ways to Open Command Prompt
Method 1: Right-click the Start button or press WINDOWS LOGO + X and then click Command Prompt. Method 2: Press WINDOWS LOGO + R, type "cmd" or "%comspec%" (without the quotation marks), and then press ENTER. Method 3: Click the Start button or press WINDOWS LOGO, type "command prompt" (without the quotation marks), and then click Command Prompt in a list of results. NOTE: If you don't see Command Prompt whenever you right-click the Start button: 1. Right-click the taskbar and click Taskbar properties. 2. Disable an option to replace Command Prompt with Windows PowerShell when right-clicking the Start button or pressing Windows Logo+X.
How to program the f keys for quick access
I would like to use the f keys to enable easy access to frequent sites. Most say right click on start and then go to mobility. This does not exist.
i cant log in
I cant log in into my old laptop, do you have any suggestions
Windows 101: Unleash Windows superpower with right click
Behold, the power of the right click! Unleash your potential for productivity with right click in Word, PowerPoint, or Edge.
Showing or Hiding Desktop Icons
Icons taking up too much space on your desktop? Then have no fear, an option is here! To hide icons from your desktop, right-click the desktop, point to "View", and then click to uncheck "Show desktop icons". To see them again, right-click the desktop, point to "View", and then click to check "Show desktop icons". TIP: As always, you can pin an icon from the desktop to the taskbar. Or, you can right-click the taskbar, point to "Toolbars", and then click to check "Desktop". The desktop toolbar on the taskbar shows you icons.
Surprise (maybe) 2 Unneeded Items
There are 2 things in Windows 10 one can either not have or hardly ever 'use'. And these may surprise you. We have gorgeous wallpapers, creative wallpapers, wallpapers that keep changing AND OR personal wallpapers (personal/people photos)... nothing one wants covered up with icons. Well, 1, they don't need to show and there's probably none that really need to be there in the 1st place 🤣 Doesn't really serve any purpose, except maybe unnecesary redundancy... all accessible elsewhere. AND desktop is not a storage place. And, btw, if one thinks there are any desktop icons of actual interest (ever), can enable the Desktop tool bar on the taskbar 😉 So, no, desktops need not have ANY icons. I saved the best for last 😁 Admittedly, WITH the Applications window, the need for Start, in Win10, is as rare as hen's teeth. Hardly ever any need to go through it or bother opening it for anything. AND, still, more quickly & directly other ways & with fewer clicks. Win+X, Jumplists, the Applications window, hit Win & type, well begin typing, 10 is faster than you are 😉 and Pinning. Everything is at one's fingertips as opposed to going through, scrolling through, digging through, "drilling down" in or with Start, unnecessarily. Surprise, maybe Cheers, Drew
The latest Windows Community Newsletter email.
I found your latest Windows Community Newsletter email interesting . However, the features described in ‘‘A world without passwords for Microsoft account users on Windows 10’, and ‘Organize your email with folders and rules in Outlook’ don’t seem to be available on my version of Windows 10 even though I have the latest update (1st July 2020).
3 Good Items Available NOW
1. We all know Notepad. And it has a new icon & some enhancements/improvements. BUT... Also, from Store is Notepads (with an 'S') It is way cooler❗👍👍 I have it pinned to the taskbar; prefer it that much over Notepad. 2. Fluentpad❗ <-- REALLY nice 👍👍 3. Windows Terminal. This a brilliant new tool. Ultimately will be replacing cmd & the current PowerShell Both of these are available NOW from Store. Windows Insider Builds not required for either of these. Cheers, Drew
Organizing your digital life with File Explorer
Customize how you save and organize files. By taking full advantage of the options available in File Explorer, you’ll know how to find and share any file you own.
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.