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What is your favorite art application?
Which Windows app helps you be your most creative self? Do you use a stylus or a mouse? - Austin Product Advisor for Microsoft Stores.
I have a DELL Inspiron desk computer w/Windows 10. No problems until this morning when I tried to sign on. Power came on and screen monitor came on with wallpaper and date in left corner. All was normal. Suddenly, the screen BLURRED and I could not sign on. In the bottom right corner are 3 symbols: INTERNET, EASE OF ACCESS, POWER. I have turned the computer off, then back on ... same thing is happening. Monitor screen comes on as normal, but seconds later it BLURS and I am not able to sign on. Can anyone help me?
Does anybody know?
Does anybody know when the Windows Community Newsletter comes? I'm not getting it. I joined Windows Community 4 days ago. I'm supposed to get the newsletter daily, right?
Insiders Video Editor
Loving this program, even more so now I have a better computer. But it is disappointing when features get removed in the updates process. Hoping this is a temporary situation. Particularly the synch video with music, and the Anchor effect functions. Still not as good as the old Windows Vista version of Movie Maker, yet. But seems to be improving with time and updates. Will give W 10 video editor a fair chance before looking for other programs. W 7 Movie Maker was good, too.
Xbox 360 the best Xbox console
This is the place to talk Xbox 360 and the nostalgic days of windows.
My Email content is not downloading automatically
It is taking 5-10 minutes for an email to download the content of an email now. It was automatic and super fast. It did not slow down over time. It just stopped downloading and taking forever overnight. I have a Samsung laptop and run Windows 10. Also have an Apple iPhone. Nothing is new. My 4 month old computer is gathering dust. So slow it is useless. Thanks for any suggestions!
Will Microsoft ever re-launch Windows based phone(s)?
I for one,and with great certainty, am unhappy with the Google/Android cabal. I currently own and use an Android based phone, because I don't like the costs and controls inherent to the Apple World. The Chrome "Operating System" and Google browser are tools for the data mining hordes that are Alphabet/Google/Chrome/Android. I make every attempt to shut-off, delete, and never use Google based products; still they track my location(s), and attempt to force recommendations to my phone. I turn-off all location and data sharing options daily. Every time I charge my phone Android resets my defaults. I use Microsoft Launcher, Edge, Bing et al; because I choose to limit access (whenever I am able) and believe that the Microsoft people are slightly more trustworthy, and have treated better since the 1970's. When attempting to use Bing Maps, via Android phone, I am often blocked or switched/defaulted to Google Maps, and all Android location services are switched-on. I daily get Google/Android push notices telling to adopt the Android way of life. When first introduced, I saw little green Android droid as a cute logo. I now believe that it a symbol of semi-conscious forced assimilation. Whatever happened to the "Don't Be Evil" header? Have they collectively choked on the Irony of the very Idea? Mister Gates and Microsoft have accepted Android as the "Winner", in regards a mobile platform. I am using Android "only " because there appears NO viable option(s). I currently see Huawei and Alphabet/Google/Android as being equally "Trustworthy", and only marginally different in motivation for controls.
Do you use gestures on your laptop trackpad?
Windows 10 has many options for custom gestures you can use with your laptop's trackpad. By default you can do things like: show the desktop, tab between applications, launch search but you can also customize them. Have you customized any gestures to your liking? -Rob Murray, Cloud Technical Expert at Microsoft.
When this update new icon?
I saw new Windows10 icons. https://www.reddit.com/r/Windows10/comments/a1jirz/probably_windows_10_apps_will_also_have_new_icons/ When this update for windows10?
Preventing Shut Down From the Sign-in Screen
In order to prevent users from using the sign-in screen to shut down whether users are signed in or not, you can use Local Security Policy or the REG command. Here's how: Method 1: Local Security Policy NOTE: This method only applies to Windows 10 Pro. 1. Press WINDOWS LOGO + R. 2. Type "secpol.msc" (without the quotes) and press ENTER. 3. Double-click Local Policies. 4. Click Security Options. 5. Scroll down until you see Shutdown: Allow system to be shut down without having to log on and double-click it. 6. Click Disabled and click OK. Method 2: The REG command WARNING: Incorrectly using the registry editing tool can cause serious, system-wide problems that may require you to reinstall Windows 10 to correct them. Microsoft cannot guarantee that any problems resulting from the incorrect use of the registry editing tool can be solved. Use this tool at your own risk. 1. Press WINDOWS LOGO + R. 2. Type "cmd" (without the quotes) and press CTRL + SHIFT + ENTER. 3. Provide confirmation or type in the password if you see the User Account Control dialog box. 4. Type REG ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System /v shutdownwithoutlogon /t REG_DWORD /d 1 and press ENTER. 5. Type EXIT and then press ENTER. Now, whenever you press WINDOWS LOGO + L or you're not signed in yet, the Power icon that normally appears at the bottom-right corner of the screen will not be seen.
If you are installing Windows 10 on a PC running Windows XP or Windows Vista, or if you need to create installation media to install Windows 10 on a different PC, see Using the tool to create installation media (USB flash drive, DVD, or ISO file) to install Windows 10 on a different PC section below.
There are two ways to get Windows 10. A short quiz will help you decide whether to buy Windows 10 to install on your current PC, or to buy a new Windows 10 PC ...
The best Windows keeps getting better. Designed to make staying up-to-date easy, Windows 10 regularly provides new features and updated security, at no additional cost.
An upgrade moves your PC from a previous version of Windows — such as Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 — to Windows 10. An upgrade can take place on your existing device, though Microsoft recommends using Windows 10 on a new PC to take advantage of the latest features and security improvements.
If you have Office 2010 or earlier and choose to perform a clean install of Windows 10, you will need to locate your Office product key. For tips on locating your product key, check Find your Office 2010 product key or Enter the product key for your Office 2007 program.