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Samsung Monitor (S27D390) has dark areas after update
After recent update of Windows 10 (current OS build 18363.1198) running on Dell XPS8500, my Samsung Monitor (Model S27D390 - functioning as monitor 2 of a two monitor set up) has dark areas that change when I reboot. Monitor 1 is functioning correctly. Anyone have any ideas about fixing this problem. I have loaded and run the most recent driver for the monitor.
The last update appears to kill my system.
Not complaining. I got it fixed by resetting pc back to default windows. Fresh install. The error was like cannot access boot drive. Just passing it along incase I'm not the only one.
Setting Up Multiple Monitors
To work with multiple monitors, you need a graphics card that supports the feature. However, connections can be either VGA, DVI, HDMI, or DisplayPort. You don't need to shut down your PC before connecting another monitor to it. Windows 10 recognizes different monitors on the fly. To use multiple monitors: 1. While having a primary monitor connected to your PC, connect a second one. 2. To switch between options for multiple monitors, press Windows Logo+P. Keep pressing P while holding down Windows Logo until you find an option, and then release the Windows Logo key. Options for multiple monitors: PC screen only: Show the desktop only on the first monitor or laptop's screen. Duplicate: Clone the desktop on both monitors. Extend: Makes your first monitor primary and your second monitor secondary. This is useful if you want to run separate programs on different monitors. Second screen only: Show the desktop only on the second monitor or blank the laptop's screen before showing the desktop only on the second monitor. Note and tip: - If you have a laptop, you can connect a monitor or TV to it. Doing this depends on what connections for monitors or TVs that you have. - If you have a third-party graphics card program, you can control multiple monitors.
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Beta Version Cortana 👍
I was sceptical of Cortana prior to April 2020. 🙄 I found this feature not very helpful (for me). With Beta Cortana which is now on my device I am more positive. The tests that I ran this morning on the whole produced good outcomes. 😀 This Beta version still has some way to go before I could really make use of this feature. However on the positive side, Windows has made significant upgrades to this feature - way to go Windows Team. 😀 ✅ I will continue to beta test.
importing photos from a sd card
I am importing photos from a sd card it tell me your photos were imported when I click where it said they were imported it says they can not be found. whats going on I see the photos before they import because I click on them to be imported! but i cant find them no where i imported them 10 times and still can not find them. please help?
Let me in
I can't figure out how to get into the Windows Community (this section here). I found it when I took a survey to get points and saved it to my favorites, so I could find out how to get back. Besides using favorites I can't get back in here.
*Adhd/ADD What tools do you use and recommend? Android/win10
Android and WIN.10, like me What keeps you productive, and on-track with tasks & deadlines, etc, both personal and work-related. -Macros...? applets...? ..widgets? I have ADD, and i tend to forget about things and start way to many projects at once, you know :) I could say having all things synced with google & microsoft helps alot, but not enough.
Disappearing app upon restart in Windows10
I am on Windows10 and it is up-to-date. I have downloaded, without any issues, a small macro program called TinyTask to run a small macro from Hotkeys for recording mouse movements and for playbacks. Everything works fine except the app disappears every time Windows10 restarts, and I have to reinstall it. It seems that, upon a restart, Windows Security scans my computer, decides that TinyTask is a virus, or a Malicious Keylogger, and stops it working. Is there a way whereby I can have the TinyTask program excluded from those automatic scans by Windows Security?
win10 ver 2004, folder options bug? (fixed)
(Edit, not bad, not even 30hrs from first update with the bug and another updates that fix it were available) build 2019.10.17.6232201; Control panel -> File Explorer Options-> tab 'View' or any file explorer window -> tab 'View' -> Options-> Change Folder and search options both open almost same settings, and the 'Advanced settings' apply in both cases to all folders; now when i select 'Show hidden files, folders, or drives' and unselect 'Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)' which asks for confirmation, then i click on 'Apply' and 'OK' nothing happens, i go back to File Explorer Options-> tab 'View' , and what i selected & unselected before has been undone, i repeat everything once more and now the hidden files appear and the advanced settings has been successfully altered, however if i want to hide all those files again, i need to repeat it twice in order for it to work; can anyone confirm if it happens on his/her PC as well?
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