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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
To help you with this, please perform the following steps below: Press Windows key + I to open Settings . On Settings, choose Apps & features. On the left pane, choose Programs and Features. Then, look for Quick Assist and click on it. Choose Advanced options, then Repair. Let us know how it goes.
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.