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No keyboard? Windows 10 can read your handwriting
Write with your device's pen or your finger, and Windows can read it like text. David Naber demonstrates the Handwriting Panel in Windows 10.
Meet Jura and Uzair: Sharing your feedback with Windows
Feedback Hub engineers Jura Clapman and Uzair Aftab talk about how they help make sure user feedback goes into improving Windows.
Meet Kiran: Making Windows ace the fundamentals
The first impression new users get from Windows is critical to Kiran Kumar Dowluru and the Windows Fundamentals team.
Data encryption for files, folders, and Office docs in Windows 10
You’ve decided to take the next step in making sure your data stays secure. Discover how to use data encryption to protect files, folders, and Office documents in Windows 10.
Minimize distractions with Windows 10 Focus assist
No distractions, no problem. Focus assist helps keep your focus on the task at hand.
New privacy settings in the Windows 10 April 2018 Update
The Windows 10 April 2018 Update provides new and more focused privacy settings to help you protect the privacy of your computer data.
Find your past work fast with Windows timeline
Get back to previous activities quickly. Tom Alphin shows how Windows puts your work in a handy timeline.
Light and Dark themes in Windows 10
Personalize your PC and reduce eye strain with Windows 10 light and dark themes
Discovering the Windows 10 Update history pages
Windows Update history pages gather all the information about the new Windows updates including what changed, how to get an update, and workarounds for known issues.
A world without passwords for Microsoft account users on Windows 10
Go password-less with Windows Hello sign-in! If you have the latest Windows 10 update on your device, you can sign in with your Microsoft account and 'Go Passwordless' by toggling 'Require Windows Hello sign-in for Microsoft accounts' in Settings.
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…
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 ...
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. Last Updated: Mar 20, 2019. Need more help? Search.
Taikoma: Windows 10 Before you begin Driver updates for Windows 10, along with many devices, such as network adapters, monitors, printers, and video cards, are automatically downloaded and installed through Windows Update.
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