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Windows Defender team: Make security easier
Do you feel your information is safe when you’re online? Meet the Windows Defender team and hear the story behind the feature that protects you online!
Night light: Why Windows won't keep you up at night
The light shining from your PC screen does more than just display your work. As Windows engineer Tyler Donahue explains, one of a computer screen's eye-opening effects led to creation of the night light feature in Windows 10.
Windows 101: Organize your Start menu in Windows 10
Organize your Start menu in Windows 10 with just a few clicks.
Yes! How do I know what my pin is when I sat up windows actually I don't remember setting one up. And when I had a camera I set up a face to log in. And that picture is still being the log in but since the new update to 2004 the picture is to big I can't click some parts of it to log in so I hit forgot pin then I get a box for a code then I hit cancel and windows lets me in. But this is very frustrating how can I just go back to logging in by a password and that picture goes away or don't use nothing and just log in?
Fix common Surface problems with the Surface Diagnostic Toolkit
The Surface Diagnostic Toolkit is an application that helps Surface users diagnose and resolve issues quickly and efficiently. Surface engineer Aaron shows you how to get and run this toolkit when your device doesn't work as expected.
Manage virtual desktop like a pro in Windows 10
Looking to divvy up daily projects to better focus on what you need to accomplish? Virtual desktop in Windows 10 to the rescue!
Know when and how to reset your PC
If your device has issues that make it hard to use, don't give up on it. A system reset, which gives your computer a fresh start with a new copy of Windows, might clean out the problems. Windows has the tools to handle it for you.
"The device is currently in use"
I try to safely eject my USB device and get the message "The device is currently in use. Close any programs or windows that might be using the device, and then try again." I get this message 99% of the time - even when no applications or windows are open. Why is this happening? Is there a way to get around this? I never get this message at work or school, unless the USB device is actually in use. I do log in as a standard, non-administrator user. I only elevate to administrator privileges when necessary like installing applications (I also only temporarily elevate privileges; I never log on as an administrator). So when I get the "The device is currently is use." message, I right-click on start button and click Disk Management. I know that I can safely remove the device by going into Disk Management and taking the device offline. However, I cannot elevate to administrator privileges to get into Disk Management. I get the following message: "You are logged on as a standard user. You can view device settings in Device Manager, but you must be logged on as an administrator to make changes." I don't want to log on as an administrator, but I do want to temporarily elevate to administrator privileges to take the device offline. Is there a way to do this? When I'm logged on as standard user and want to install an application, I get prompted for an administrator password. I want the same thing to happen when I go to Device Manager and other areas that require administrator rights.
how do i get windows defender to scan and clean my computer..
Windows 101: How to pin apps to the start menu and taskbar
Pin your most frequently used apps to Start menu or taskbar to stay productive every day.
Quick Assist is a Windows 10 application that enables a person to share their device with another person over a remote connection. Your support staff can use it to remotely connect to a user’s device and then view its display, make annotations, or take full control.
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. Open Quick Assist. Select Start > Quick Assist. Give assistance
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.
We can't uninstall Quick Assist since it is a built-in application in Windows 10. You can do a reset of Windows 10 to remove it, or create a new user account. Please follow the steps below: 1. Create new user account.