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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.

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What's your favorite Windows 10 keyboard shortcut?
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Temperature System on Task Manager
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History of Windows Since 1985
I am writing this message as a suggestion to devote a website to the various versions of Windows along with a description of major additions and improvements of one build over its predecessor from the original Windows (release date 11.20.85) up to and including Windows 10 (release date 07.29.15). A lot of changes have happened since Windows first appeared in 1985 and from time to time I will think about the evolution of and the countless changes to the program that single handedly revolutionized personal computing as we know it today. Just the change in size of programming code from way back then to now is mind boggling! I remember getting a new computer with a 60 MB (Yep, MB) hard drive and how I was envied by co-workers. We thought a 60 MB storage drive would be more than enough to meet any future needs. Nowadays, some office documents and many stand alone apps are that size and greater. Microsoft has every reason to brag on its accomplishments and contributions to the tech industry in just over 30 years. Displaying these events would not only be of historical importance but perhaps an educational tool as well. A virtual tour and perhaps enabling online access to functional prior operating systems would be interesting to young and old (Yes, I'm on the "old" side). Anyway, you folks are more than talented to come up with the best way to exhibit this idea to share with the world. Maybe its been discussed before but if not I just wanted to encourage a thought process to consider its viability. It could also be an excellent tool to market Microsoft into future generations. In any event, congratulations to Microsoft and its employees for past accomplishments and best wishes for continued success! Thank you for your consideration in this matter, your time and talent! God bless all of you and yours, and bye for now, Paul

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https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/13776

For Windows 10: Select the Start button, type snipping tool in the search box on the taskbar, and then select Snipping Tool from the list of results.: For Windows 8.1 / Windows RT 8.1: Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, tap Search (or if you're using a mouse, point to the lower-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer up, and then select Search), type snipping tool in the ...

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4027213

To open Snipping Tool, press the Start key, type snipping tool, and then press Enter. (There's no keyboard shortcut to open Snipping Tool.) To choose the type of snip you want, press Alt + M keys and then use the arrow keys to choose Free-form, Rectangular, Window, or Full-screen Snip, and then press Enter.(Alt + M is available only with the latest update to Windows 10).

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/p/screenshot-snipping-tool/9n9kcj2...

Download this app from Microsoft Store for Windows 10, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows 10 Team (Surface Hub). See screenshots, read the latest customer reviews, and compare ratings for Screenshot Snipping Tool.

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10...

The Windows 10 snipping tool is very useful, however recently, and I think this is following the last Windows 10 upgrade, when I activate the snipping tool and click on new file, the whole page goes blank dark grey, instead of greyed out, so I cannot see any of the page that I want to save.

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10...

I don't have Snipping Tool after upgrading to Windows 10. When I search on these words, several items posted about how the Snipping Tool is part of Windows 10. I did see a question posed already on this venue, however I couldn't use the response to help me resolve.