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Understanding license options for Office
Learn about the differences between consumer Office licenses to choose the right one for your needs.
Easier navigation with Windows 10 tablet mode
Tablet mode makes it easy to eliminate the need for a keyboard or mouse. Traverse the Windows 10 operating system using touch as your main form of input.
Work from anywhere with Windows 10 Remote Desktop
When you're away from your work PC but still need to check in, Remote Desktop on your Windows 10 PC can help you access the apps and files you need to get things done. With Remote Desktop, you can connect to a Windows 10 device from a Windows, Android, iOS, and Mac device.
Windows 101: Turning on airplane mode in Windows 10
On the ground or in the air, your Windows device is a great travelling partner. Watch this Windows Community tutorial to learn how to turn Airplane mode on and off and keep your productivity at an all-time high.
Swift Pair makes pairing and connecting your Bluetooth devices a snap
Bluetooth pairing has never been easier. Swift Pair makes it as quick as the name suggests.
Organizing your digital life with File Explorer
Customize how you save and organize files. By taking full advantage of the options available in File Explorer, you’ll know how to find and share any file you own.
Get help with Bluetooth issues in Windows 10
Get help for any Bluetooth issues you encounter in Windows 10 with assistance from Microsoft’s Virtual Agent.
Stay in charge: power settings in Windows 10
Want more out of life? So does your battery. Learn Windows tips on how to stay in charge of your portable device’s power.
OneDrive: Secure cloud storage, free with Windows
OneDrive offers storage for your files, ways to securely share files and work with others, ways to back up your documents, and more. Have a look at what it can do.
Draw and doodle your photos with pen & ink
Surface pen and Windows ink allow you to draws on photos to create personalized art.
Only Windows processes can access the secure desktop. For higher levels of security, we recommend keeping the User Account Control: Switch to the secure desktop when prompting for elevation policy setting enabled. When an executable file requests elevation, the interactive desktop, also called the user desktop, is switched to the secure desktop.
Hello Gary, Thank you for posting on Microsoft Community. We regret the inconvenience caused and will assist you in resolving the issue. From the above description, I understand your desktop icons are locked and you are unable to arrange them the way you want on the desktop.
Help your PC recognize your voice. You can teach Windows 10 to recognize your voice. Here's how to set it up: In the search box on the taskbar, type Windows Speech Recognition, and then select Windows Speech Recognition in the list of results.
When the user logs on to a computer, the system uses the same settings that were in use when the user last logged off. When sharing a computer with other users, each user receives their customized desktop after logging on. Settings in the user profile are unique to each user. The settings cannot be accessed by other users.
To restore your PC to an earlier point in time. Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and then tap Search. (If you're using a mouse, point to the upper-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer down, and then click Search.). Enter Control Panel in the search box, and tap or click Control Panel.. Enter Recovery in the Control Panel search box, and then tap or click Recovery.