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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?
windows update is taking more than 3 hours what to do
I am using dell E6430 Laptop with Windows 10 installed as i was doing regular update but this update is taking more than 3 hours 2021-02 Cumulative Update Preview for Windows 10 Version 20H2 for x64-based Systems (KB4601382) i need help so if anyone knows how i can solve it then please help coz this update is awfull it prevented my computer from doing a restart but i repaired it by reebooting it . Thanks to Microsoft Community for helping me
Unsupported disk layout for UEFI firmware, 0xc1900201
When I try to install the W10 version 2004 feature update I get the following error: Windows cannot be installed because this PC has an unsupported disk layout for UEFI firmware. 0xc1900201 I have a 2018 Dell XPS 15 9570 laptop.32GB, 1.0TB SSD, most current BIOS update from Dell that shows UEFI as the BIOS mode. Microsoft is telling me I have to do a full scratch install of the current shipping version of W10 and then install the 2004 feature update, thus, I have to do a full backup and restore, then reinstall all of the apps. Is this actually necessary? I'm hoping there's another way to do this. I've worked for software companies in the past and often times Tech Support resorts to a full remiage of the cmputer in order to fix a problem. Are they just lazy or for real? Your help is greatly appreciated.
Does Microsoft ©®™ plan to support Windows 12 and 14 ? ? ?
If so I will probably be holding off any decision to buy until Windows 16 is released . . .
Win 10 Pro mouse/keyboard issues
I recently purchased an i7 desktop, running Win 10 Pro. I've previously had/have several Win 10 machines, but not one with "Pro". I am having a problem with the mouse and keyboard. After the machine has been running for a while (a half hour or so) the mouse gets "jerky" and sometimes unresponsive to movement, or movement is delayed. Similarly the keyboard will slow down, or drop characters. Rebooting the machine clears the problem, and then it again slowly degrades over time. I have tried a selection of mice and keyboards, wired and wireless without improvement. The machine is quite capable, i7 chip, 16gig RAM, SSD drive, etc., and is not bogged down with background apps. Any ideas?
Bluetooth headphones not loud enough
Model Sony WH-CH701N. System: VivoBook_ASUSLaptop X512DA, Processor AMD Ryzen 5 3500U, Speakers Realtek Audio Volume is maxed out, the loudness enhancement is on. The headphones volume controls are coupled to the system controls is there a way to decouple it? Audio driver is up to date. The same problem if I use the audio jack with the headphones. Thanks
Les mises à jours et les erreurs?🎶🎶
Depuis quelques temps, des mises à jours donnent des erreurs. 0x8007042b,0x80242008.Certaines sont résolues. D'autres arrivent de temps en temps. Bonne lecture.🥙🥙
Windows Nov 2020 update is a complete fail.
I updated a few days ago and now my computer hardly works, it stays in 100% disk and update window will not come up, i wanted to delete this new update and i cant. Microsoft should be sued for selling a very unstable operating system and getting it right one month and then the next update takes you to the world of instabilities and windows looping endlessly. Microsoft has become the worst and windows 10 is a complete fail. Every year you keep updating and you keep making it worse.... Before this update it was doing ok stable. Now with this update i can hardly use my computer. I see a major law suit in the horizon. I think my next computer has to be a mac... I think it time to get away from PC and Microsoft. I am sure a lot of people are losing money because of all of Microsoft failed programming. It looks like you guys do not know what your doing any more..... Fire all of the programmers that worked on this update. YOU NO LONGER KNOW WHAT YOUR DOING..... We lose money, at the end you are going to lose it all...
Yes I got Avast security just to try it out and my MacAfee still scans and defender does to. When I cut off Avast MacAfee don't start right back up so of course Avast says not protected. I like Avast but it keeps wanting you to buy more stuff. It has stuff MacAfee don't witch I like. I'm still have my subscription on MacAfee until next year . I did AVAST because I thought a virus got though so now I'm at a loss. will MacAfee go back to normal if I uninstall AVAST? MacAfee works when I hit on it to do things. And now some things don't open up on my tool bar that I have pinned so.
How was the October 2020 (Windows 10 version 2009) update?
How was the October 2020 update? Did it go smoothly? If you haven't installed it and you can't see it, you might have some missing requirements. If you want to download it manually, you can do it at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10 Link credit: Reza Ameri (@Reza) Post credit (inspiration): Moderator (@Windows Community)
Select Start > Settings > Update & Security > Troubleshoot > Additional troubleshooters. Next, under Get up and running, select Windows Update > Run the troubleshooter. When the troubleshooter is finished running, it's a good idea to restart your device. Next, check for new updates.
Critical troubleshooting will automatically fix things like corrupt settings that keep critical services from running, make adjustments to work with your hardware, or make other specific changes required for Windows to operate with the hardware, apps, and settings you’ve selected. These are changes you won’t notice.
Learn how to troubleshoot problems with Windows 10 updates. In the search box on the taskbar, type device manager, then select Device Manager from the list of results.. In the window that appears, look for any device with a yellow exclamation mark next to it.
Find out how to troubleshoot stop errors (also called 'blue screen' errors) in Windows 10 by removing installed updates and using Windows recovery options.