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Get help remotely with Quick Assist in Windows 10
Use Quick Assist in Windows 10 to grant remote access to your computer so trusted individuals can help solve your technical issues.
Who's familiar with Quick Assist in Windows 10?
Hi Everyone, I was wondering how many people who use this site are familar with Quick Assist. For those who may not know, it's a great tool that's built into Windows 10 that can be used to get remote help from friends and family. Have you used Quick Assist in the past? How was your experience with it? -James, Product Advisor for Microsoft Stores.
Quick Start Guide to Windows 10
Whether you’re picking up a Windows device for the first time or you’re a long-time computer user transitioning from Windows 7, here’s what you need to get up and running on Windows 10 quick and easy.
Remote Viewer Help
I used to use Team Viewer for this, but will give this a try next time. Windows 10 Quick Assist https://www.windowscentral.com/how-use-windows-10-quick-assist
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I just purchased a Lenovo computer and when I try to use Zoom its not working. How do i get quick assist to work?. Thank you,
Take control of your notifications in the Windows action center
Windows 10 keeps all notifications in the action center, so you can catch up and act on anything you might have missed, when you're ready.
How are you using Windows to increase your productivity ?
My personal favorite Windows 10 feature is Snap. Snapping in Windows 10 a great way to use your screen real estate more efficiently if you have several pages or applications open. To snap a window, all you need to do is drag the top of an app window to the side. Then snap assists brings up other pages that are open, you choose your preferred one, and then pages/apps are placed side by side. This is extremely helpful for all the avid multitaskers! What is your favorite? MSFT Store Employee- Business Expert
Windows 101: How to turn on Windows 10 Caps Lock indicator
By turning on Toggle Keys in Windows 10 you can get an audible alert every time you press the CapsLock, Scroll Lock or Num Lock keys.
How Do You Learn About Windows 10 Best?
Hello all, I have a genuine question that has no right or wrong answer. How would you learn to use your computer better? It doesn't matter the device, the operating system, or how long you've had it. Simply put, everyone learns differently and at their own pace, what format or style of learning works best for you? I'm a Microsoft trainer and have been providing computer training at all levels for years. As much as I love the job security of being needed... the ultimate goal is to make Windows 10 easy to use and navigate without support. So, do you learn best from step-by-step instructions in a clickable demo?Perhaps that's too time consuming and you'd prefer a quick notification with basic instructions? Do we appreciate links to support pages or pop-up instructions? Has the time finally come to bring back everyone's favorite digital assistant Clippy? What do you perceive as helpful versus intrusive? So please, take a second to sound off and thank you for your feedback!
Inclusion for all disabilities 🤩💯✔
Many contributors on this platform recognise and applaud the 'Ease of Access' features on Windows 10. Microsoft teams are to be congratulated 👏 with a personal thank you for me. From my very latest experience helping another visually impaired User to use Word in particular the screen reader and Narrator, I have the impression (I could be wrong) that marketing/raising awareness to disabled users could and should be improved. By way of explanation, the other day, I was able to assist a colleague to create a simple Word document. Imagine please 😊 'Anne' sitting at her desktop with the landline telephone stuck to my ear and my colleague doing the same in her own home. Although it was a prolonged process, I was able to help her discover some of the basic features such 'read aloud' and Narrator. When I discussed this experience with a community group, some people that they were 'afraid of breaking their computers' and not being adventurous enough because they were unsure of what they were doing. Something about technophobia perhaps. I replied that they would have to hit their computers with a very heavy item to break them. I also mentioned that operating systems are usually reliable and have their internal routines to resolve faults/errors. One person said that computers are an enigma to him. I replied that it is an enigma to me at times 😊 🤣. But, there was a general sense from this conversation that computer technology was for the 'clever people' and those who had all their faculties. I disavowed that presumption with my colleagues/acquaintances. Quite strongly actually. But it has made me think about how we can change this 'perception'. So, I am challenging Microsoft (respectfully of course 🤩😊) to comprehensively engage with users who have disabilities ; raising their awareness of the opportunities that information technology affords. FAO Moderator - please do not hesitate to socialise this with MS colleagues. Many thanks all 🙏😊
Quick Assist is a new app in Windows 10 that enables you to receive or provide assistance over a remote connection. We encourage you to try Quick Assist for a more streamlined, easy-to-use experience.
Quick Assist is a Windows 10 app. It allows someone you trust to take over your computer and help you solve a problem. To get started, your helper needs to launch the Quick Assist app, get a 6-digit code, and share that with you.
Hi Arjunray, To open Quick Assist, type Quick Assist in Cortana and then launch the app. For more information on how to use it, please read this link.It will explain everything about Quick Assist. Should you need further assistance, please let us know.
Quick Assist Desktop App in Windows 10 Looking for information as to whether the Quick Assist Desktop App is available in all versions of Windows 10, i.e.: Windows 10 Home, Windows 10 Pro, etc. I'm trying to assist my father with a computer problem and Quick Assist does not seem to come up for him.
Select Start > Windows Accessories > Quick Assist. Select Get assistance, and then follow the instructions in Quick Assist. If User Account Control appears, select Yes to continue. Wait for the connection to complete. Reference: Quick Assist: FAQ. Hope it helps. Get back to us for further assistance on accessing the Microsoft Quick Assist feature.