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Update problem in windows 10
when updating windows i lost control in my network printer and the only way to get back my printer work again that i roweling back the update , are there any help in this issue
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.
New Background Images In Windows 10 Mail App ✉
Hello Fellow Community Members And Staff, I recently received the New Windows 10 Mail App Version 16005.13426.20316.0 through the Microsoft Store as a update as normal. So like always, I was looking through the Mail App settings to see what was new if anything and when I came to the "Personalization" section I noticed that there are now Twelve Beautiful New Wallpaper Images to choose from for your Mail App. (IMO) this is a definite improvement to the old ones we've had for years now. Thank-You Microsoft for this nice touch and new artwork. 😊 How Many Of You Have Noticed Them? Likes/Dislikes?
Office 365 error on windows 10
Have tried support and the tech couldn't understand the issue.... it seemed he felt it wasn't an issue or didn't understand at all. In summary. personal Microsoft ( consumer) account with an attached an o365 account several ways Workplace account Windows 10 mail Credential manager (confirmed there, not modified) Outlook 16 every time reboot or recover from sleep I have to re-authenticate through the o365 portal to go daddy site for email, onedrive, SP designer etc. Office apps don't prompt consistently but come up with odd webapp / element login prompts occasionally that use the std o365 interface. I have recreated profiles, refreshed my surface to test a fresh setup. removed and re-added all apps and workplace accounts etc. but cant seem to get SSO / pass though auth. I'm having a hard time on the forum here finding anyone with the exact same issue which troubles me. anyone have any idea what I do next? Recently i did a office 365 set up on my windows 10 and i referred this article https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/blog/step-by-step-guide-to-manual-office-365-setup-for-workstations Need help to solve this error. Please help Regards, Adrian
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Windows 10 updates, passwords and cookies
Has anybody else had a problem with the most recent Windows 10 updates? My computer now no longer saves passwords, autofills and cookies between browser sessions after an update a couple of days ago. All options seem to be set OK on Chrome and Edge, so no help there. Any help appreciated as nothing on the support sites.
Wi-Fi option not showing on my windows 10
Hi, In my windows 10 desktop computer its not showing Wi-Fi option, Its allowing only Ethernet. I have verified all options in settings. Please help me on this. Thanks KM
Windows 10 and SSDs
My PC, about a year old, has a 128GB SSD, which is of course my C-drive. It was almost full,tt all but about 6 GB, because that's the way Dell set it up. Much of it is system but a lot is apps and there are also temp files. When the latest W10 update came along it insisted I did not have enough space on to install it. It said I could use the D drive but then seemed to ignore that and I had to start clearing apps and temp data off the c drive, with what damage I am not yet sure. It took ages and after I had done the update the c drive is no fuller than before the update so it looks like the update was using the c drive for workspace. Does MS not know about SSDs and the fact that they are likely to be full or do I blame Dell for the way they set it up. Of course once an app is on the SSD it is near impossible to move it to the D drive (which is near empty). D Quinn
Microsoft Windows 10 and Windows Server (version 1903) GP OS
I can't fine the guide "Microsoft Windows 10 and Windows Server (version 1903) GP OS Operational and Administrative Guidance" in the Microsoft download site. Where I can obtain this guide?
Release Preview Changed My Windows 10 Pro to Windows Home
I have posted this in the Microsoft Answer forum and did get a reply. The answer is that I have to put the Activation Key that I was given when I upgraded my Windows from Home to Professional 3-4 years ago. I'm not sure if I still have it or not. I'm not upset about it because that was from the Windows Insider Program although it was a bit surprising given that the general availability is one week away. Here is my post I made in the Microsoft Answer forum. I'm posting this so more people will know. ----------------------- Dell Laptop Inspiron 15 Series 5000 (5565) Windows 10 Version 10.0.19041 (Build 19041) I joined the Insider program for the first time and installed the new Preview Release. I noticed that it had changed my version from Windows 10 Professional to Windows 10 Home. My laptop originally came with Home 3-4 years ago and I immediately upgraded to Professional. I haven't had any problems since. I attempted to reinstall Windows using a USB stick that I had used in the past but when it came to a screen for me to review my settings before it actually did the installation it showed that it was going to install Windows 10 Home. Then I did a complete Reset using the fresh copy off my hard drive and when it finished it is still the Home version.
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