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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.
I'm just sharing my experience. Hoping your suggestion to correct or improve the steps based on your experience, so I can learn much from this community for the step / tips/ trick that I don't know. Usually this happened on built-in camera. I will take the following steps and stop the next steps if problem has solved: 1) Sign out from current account -> restart -> sign in with administrator account. 2) Update BIOS, then camera driver, then camera firmware if suggested and/or available from laptop manufacturer. 3) Update Win 10 to the latest version including all pending updates -> restart computer. 4) Troubleshoot Windows Store Apps. Find it by typing "troubleshoot" in windows search. 5) Check the camera privacy setting, whether it's blocked. Find it by typing "privacy settings" in search. 6) Reset Camera app. Find it by typing "apps & features" in search -> Advanced options -> Reset. 7) Check camera device compatibility in Device Manager -> right-click camera device -> Property -> Driver -> click Driver Details. If there is stream.sys in the list, then I will suggest my client to replace the camera device with a new one or use external camera. If not, it might be compatible with win 10. 8) Edit windows registry. Sometime can fix the problem. WARNING : please readers DO NOT do this if not familiar. Do it with your own risk. 8.a. Backup and save current registry setting. 8.b. Edit registry at: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -> SOFTWARE -> WOW6432Node -> Microsoft -> Windows Media Foundation. On the right pane of the Registry Editor of Windows Media Foundation, create the new DWORD (32-bit) Value -> enter EnableFrameServerMode (without space) as the title for the new DWORD -> double-click EnableFrameServerMode -> Input 0 (zero) for Value data -> OK -> Restart. If any things is missing or there is any other tips that I don't know, please let me know.
MS store bug in 20h1
I found a possible bug in the MS store for Windows 10 2004. I checked for updates, apps got updated. But when checking again, it updated again. Goes around in circles. Created a new user account twice but same issue. Can someone ask the team to check it out?
Keep getting the following issue SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED on my Surface, can any one help
Unable to comment (as of 12:30 PM PST)
I was unable to do anything here on Windows Community until 3:32 PM PST. I tried on my alias account and it didn't work there. Has anyone had this issue (today or in the past?)
some problems installing updates (0x800f081f)
I have not been able to install any updates for the past 1 month. And this message show is happening. I have searched the internet for the last 1 month to solve this problem but the update is not being installed. I am a student of computer science myself. Try all command prompts. The update formats the registry. But this problem is not being resolved. I have given a manual window update but not installing "There were some problems installing updates, but we'll try again later. If you keep seeing this and want to search the web or contact support for information, this may help: (0x800f081f)"
Have You Tried New Microsoft Edge?
Browser is important and interesting feature in Windows. Just imagine using Windows without visiting any website and you will see the important of browser. We know you are using different browsers and there are long discussion about which browser is better. If you haven't tried yet, please go ahead and test new version of Microsoft Edge and let us know what you think: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/microsoft-edge
A suggested Update To The New "News & Interest" Feature
Hello Members, I've had a chance to explore the New "News And Interest" feature for awhile now, and so far I Really Enjoy It 👍. However I'm just wondering if Microsoft would or could Implement a way so that once we open the feature by clicking on it we could also "Resize" the open pop up by grabbing the side of the window with our mouse. By doing so, I think we would be able to regain some valuable screen real estate by placing the little news articles boxes One on Top of the other instead of two side by side. 🤔 PS... Yes! I've just finished sending MS Feedback on this suggestion. I'm Just curious what you may think about this Idea?...¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 😊 Like/Dislike?
Fix common Surface problems with the Surface Diagnostic Toolkit
The Surface Diagnostic Toolkit is an application that helps Surface users diagnose and resolve issues quickly and efficiently. Surface engineer Aaron shows you how to get and run this toolkit when your device doesn't work as expected.
Cortana - Beta
I just really wish Cortana would be like it was in Win 10, version 1909. I really hate Beta because it keeps telling me, "Sorry, I can't put your device to sleep." And it cracks very weak jokes.
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