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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.
Thank You Microsoft for the new version of Windows 10
I think that I have received a new version of Windows 10. I think all is going well and I will be posting more on my experience (as a blind person) sometime today. It is very exciting to receive updates; puts more energy into my day 😎🤩 Coffee time methinks ☕☕☕☕ Hope all of you are keeping well
App & browser control: Add protection and online security
Use the updated App & browser control settings in the Windows 10 May 2020 Update to configure your Windows Defender SmartScreen. It checks websites and downloads for anything potentially dangerous, such as phishing, malware, viruses, or other online threats. If you are using previous versions of Windows 10, please check this video: https://community.windows.com/en-us/videos/app-browser-control-stop-security-risks-before-they-happen/YFoZOOmn27g
Clean up my windows 10 mail and calendar fuctions
Having tried just about everything for years now, I am considering setting up my Windows 10 PC with Windows Mail & Calendar, supported by gmail. I have been using outlook.com for years and intend to use my existing user name in the new free mail facility, so that my friends can recognise me. Does all this sound workable? Regards, Graeme.
Keep your family safe online with Microsoft Family Safety
Keeping your family safe online has never been easier!
MEI x 64 Device Not Started
I am running Windows 10 Pro 64 bit operating system on an ASUS H81M-Plus board and Intel Core i5 -4440 CPU and 8.00 GB installed memory.In Device Manager under heading ‘Intel Management Engine Interface’ I get the message Device not started (MEI x64) after Windows Update. Device had a problem starting. Question: Is this affecting my PC’s performance and is it the reason I get under ‘Windows Update’ the message : Your device is missing important security updates.
Meet Abhi: Using numbers and data to create better customer experiences
From football and music to Windows OS, Abhi Gupta uses numbers and data to create better user experiences.
Sign in to Windows without a password? Yes, you can!
Passwords keep our computers, apps and work safe and private. Windows does allow some relief from password overload by offering several sign-in options that don't require entering a password.
Windows Defender Virus Scan
What rules are used in Windows-10 to start a fast Defender Virus Scan.
Windows Narrator gets more accessible with QuickStart
Narrator QuickStart makes it easier to learn Narrator for Windows users with low vision and blindness.
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.