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Choosing your Windows 10 edition: Home vs. Pro
Find out which Windows 10 edition fits your needs.
Share your feedback on the Windows 10 Quick Start E-book
Do you have comments or feedback about this e-book? We’d love to hear it so we can continue to help you move forward in your Windows journey. Share your feedback with us!
Windows 101: Organize your Start menu in Windows 10
Organize your Start menu in Windows 10 with just a few clicks.
Check out the new Quick Start Guide to Windows 10!
No matter where you are in your Windows journey, from beginner to experienced user, we built this guide to help you get off to a quick start and provide an easy and organized way to understand, protect and get the most out of your device. Click the link below to view the guide. Link: https://wincomm-cdn-prod-westus.azureedge.net/pdfs/windows-10-quick-start-guide.pdf Do you have feedback on our guide? Share your thoughts in the comments. 😊
Quick Start Guide to Windows 10
Whether you’re picking up a Windows device for the first time or you’re a long-time computer user transitioning from Windows 7, here’s what you need to get up and running on Windows 10 quick and easy.
Windows 101: How to pin apps to the start menu and taskbar
Pin your most frequently used apps to Start menu or taskbar to stay productive every day.
Windows 10 October 2020 Update
Beginning today, the October 2020 Update is available initially for users of select devices running Windows 10, version 1903 or later who are interested in experiencing the latest feature updates and are ready to install this release on their device. If you would like to install the new release, open your Windows Update settings (Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update) and select Check for updates. Please note: Some devices which may have a compatibility issue and for which a safeguard hold is in place, will not be offered the October 2020 Update right away until the compatibility issue is resolved. To get more information on what's new in Windows 10 and how to get the update, please see the links below. What’s new in the Windows 10 October 2020 Update https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2020/10/20/whats-new-in-the-windows-10-october-2020-update/ How to get the Windows 10 October 2020 Update https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2020/10/20/how-to-get-the-windows-10-october-2020-update/
Get help remotely with Quick Assist in Windows 10
Use Quick Assist in Windows 10 to grant remote access to your computer so trusted individuals can help solve your technical issues.
What's your favorite Windows 10 keyboard shortcut?
What's your favorite or your go-to Windows 10 keyboard shortcut?
Windows 101: Unleash Windows superpower with right click
Behold, the power of the right click! Unleash your potential for productivity with right click in Word, PowerPoint, or Edge.
Quick Start: Movies & TV App. This short PDF guide has some handy tips and tricks to get you started using the Movies and TV app in Windows 10. Quick Start: Desktop at work. This short PDF guide gives you an overview of the most important features of the desktop so you can get going quickly and be more productive, either at home or work.
Quick start: Your Desktop. People. All your contacts in one spot. Send emails, make a call, or pin a contact to the taskbar. OneDrive. Get peace of mind knowing your files are backed up and protected in the cloud. Network connection. Wi-Fi, airplane mode, wireless hotspot, and more. Battery life. Click here to optimize power or performance ...
Add Quick Launch Toolbar To Taskbar In Windows 10. 1. for now, remove any other toolbars you have selected on your taskbar such as mine shows, my Favorites, Public and My xtras. 2. right click on taskbar and select to unlock taskbar. 3.
Select the Start button and scroll to find the app you want to run at startup.. Right-click the app, select More, and then select Open file location.This opens the location where the shortcut to the app is saved. If there isn't an option for Open file location, it means the app can't run at startup.. With the file location open, press the Windows logo key + R, type shell:startup, then select OK.