Results for: Windows 10 devices
looking for the hardware troubleshooter in Win. 10?
hi all: Some people have wondered as to where the hardware troubleshooter is in Windows 10. Microsoft took it out starting from 1809, because it has the lowest usage. One website I found stated that it is not gone, but rather, it is hidden. To use it, please type msdt.exe -id DeviceDiagnostic via cmd (administer privilege). The hardware troubleshooter will appear. Hope this help.
I have windows 10 Home addition on my HP computer. Is there
I have windows 10 Home addition on my HP computer. Is there a fix for addomatically going On-line after signing in to my Nonaddministrative login?
Windows 10 and thinking of a new computer 😊😎
As we have been discussing on this platform the benefits of Windows 10 with all its new features it is leading me to think of buying a new computer. 🤔🤨🙄. My existing HP desktop is fine but with all the whiz-bang features my brain is nudging me into seriously thinking about a new device 🤯. #JustSharing 😚 Does anyone have any recommendations? I would welcome your views. Keep safe everyone 🤩
Running School DVDs on Windows 10 Computers
I have a number of school lectures on DVDs that I need to play. I can run them on my Sony Blue-ray Player without any problems, but need another way to watch them too. I have several Windows 10 PCs (desktop PCs and a laptop), but have not been able to get them to run on these platforms. I have installed several highly rated DVD apps from the Microsoft Store, including the Windows DVD Player, but none of these will allow me to play the school DVDs. I have been wrestling with this problem for several days and have run out of places to look for solutions. Anybody?
How Do You Learn About Windows 10 Best?
Hello all, I have a genuine question that has no right or wrong answer. How would you learn to use your computer better? It doesn't matter the device, the operating system, or how long you've had it. Simply put, everyone learns differently and at their own pace, what format or style of learning works best for you? I'm a Microsoft trainer and have been providing computer training at all levels for years. As much as I love the job security of being needed... the ultimate goal is to make Windows 10 easy to use and navigate without support. So, do you learn best from step-by-step instructions in a clickable demo?Perhaps that's too time consuming and you'd prefer a quick notification with basic instructions? Do we appreciate links to support pages or pop-up instructions? Has the time finally come to bring back everyone's favorite digital assistant Clippy? What do you perceive as helpful versus intrusive? So please, take a second to sound off and thank you for your feedback!
Windows 10 dll hooking and other issues
So I believe that my home PC running Win10Pro 64 has been exploited using various advanced methods inc .dll hooking, user impersonation, SYSTEM account hijacking and lots more!! Also style sheets have been used to hide and mask certain menus, options, toolbars. In chrome, ms store, AV, and more. I have been trying to figure it all out for a few months now and have collected loads of data screenshots, desktop video recordings etc. I have rebuilt the PC and clean installed about 5 times and it always slowly comes back. Even with Bitdefender 2020 and malware-bytes and zone alarm free firewall. I also seem to be able to run Windows server commands from the cmdline, which as far as I know only apply to RDSH or Terminal servers. Has anyone got any insight, or seen anything on their Windows 10 that looks slightly different or out of place? Found any worrying log files or Folders in %temp% Also I seem to have a family icon next to my Device in my MS account?! I haven't setup family, and cant view anything in Windows 10 family options and on the website it says its not set up?
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Retrieving my free Win 10
I got Win 10 when it was free. However there was a period where I couldn't log in, all passwords were rejected. In the end I had no alternative but to eliminate my free win 10 and go back to win 7. My question is can I retrieve my free copy somehow and reinstall it? I had to reformat and lost all documentation for my win 10, hopefully your records will verify what I'm telling you.
Windows 10 - it's a game changer 😁
There are some of us on this platform that have remarked that Windows 10 'rocks'. I absolutely agree with that opinion. 👏 💯 For years I have viewed my computer and its software technologies as 'tools'. Nothing wrong with that because that is what they were - tools; to help us get the job done and go on to the next job. 🔧⚙💻 Yes, Windows 10 has really smart tools and whiz-bang features but I cannot ever recall, any operating system or its features being so dynamic that has compelled me to move away of my laissez-faire approach to my computing needs and consider making big changes to my computing needs. Until that is, Windows 10 came along. 🎈🧨 Yes, Windows 10 'rocks' - but it's much more than that ladies and gentlemen of this platform- it's a real game-changer. If any of you are not registered with the Insider Programme, I would suggest you check it out - really worthwhile; and Users get to play an important role in the evolution of this operating system. Keep well and many thanks for taking the time to read this post.
Windows 10 computers are faster, thinner, and more powerful than ever. Shop, filter, and compare the computers below to find the right one for you. Or we can help you choose. Windows Hello is the password-free sign-in that gives you the fastest, most secure way to unlock your Windows devices. Using ...
If you need help adding a device without Bluetooth capabilities, see Add a device to a Windows 10 PC. Turn on Bluetooth. After you've checked that your Windows 10 PC supports Bluetooth, you'll need to turn it on. Here's how: In Settings. Select Start > Settings > Devices > Bluetooth & other devices, and turn on Bluetooth. Turn on Bluetooth in ...
Find My Device is a feature that can help you locate your Windows 10 device if it's lost or stolen. To use this feature, sign in to your device with a Microsoft account and make sure you're an administrator on it. This feature works when location is turned on for your device, even if other users on the device have turned off location settings ...
Windows 10 usually finds devices automatically when you plug them in or turn them on. If it doesn't, follow these steps: Select Start > Settings > Devices > Bluetooth & other devices. Select Add Bluetooth or other device and follow the instructions. Add a device. Zadnji put ažurirano: Mar 20, 2019.
Find the device you want to find, then select Show details. Select Find my device. To check for any security issues, go to Windows Defender settings, select Show details, and check your security status. For more info on finding your device, go to Find and lock a lost Windows device.