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At every reboot or restart this application will no longer launch. Application has to be uninstalled and then reinstalled for it to work.
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?
Sign in to Windows without a password? Yes, you can!
Passwords keep our computers, apps and work safe and private. Windows does allow some relief from password overload by offering several sign-in options that don't require entering a password.
Copy and paste across Windows 10 devices using cloud clipboard
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I am running Windows 10 Pro 64 bit operating system on an ASUS H81M-Plus board and Intel Core i5-4440 CPU and 8.00 GB installed memory. I am having a problem with Windows Updates. It says ‘Your device is missing important security and quality fixes’ but when I go to 'Check for updates' it repeatedly says 'We couldn't connect to update service' even though I am online and have a good fibre internet connection. Can anybody help?
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How do I switch out of S mode in Windows 10?
Windows 10 in S mode is designed for security and performing, allowing only apps to be downloaded and installed from Microsoft Store. Until you switch out of S mode, you're not allowed to install a desktop app. Switching out of S mode is one way and free of charge. If you switch out of it, there's no going back. To switch out of S mode: 1. Press WINDOWS LOGO + I and click "Update & Security" > "Activation." 2. In the "Switch to Windows 10 Home" or "Switch to Windows 10 Pro" section, click "Go to the Store." (If you also see "Upgrade your edition of Windows," try not to click "Go to the Store.") 3. In Microsoft Store, the "Switch out of S mode" (or similar) page appears. Click the "Get" button. After seeing a confirmation message, you'll be able to install desktop apps outside of Microsoft Store.
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.
Set up your device with the Windows 10 Out of Box Experience
Learn how to set up your device in Windows 10 to do what you want with the Out of Box Experience. Customize keyboard layouts, choose privacy settings, and Cortana assistance.
The Windows Security app uses the Windows Security Service (SecurityHealthService or Windows Security Health Servce), which in turn utilizes the Security Center service to ensure the app provides the most up-to-date information about the protection status on the endpoint, including protection offered by third-party antivirus products, Windows ...
Microsoft Defender Antivirus Formerly known as Windows Defender, Microsoft Defender Antivirus still delivers the comprehensive, ongoing, and real-time protection you expect against software threats like viruses, malware, and spyware across email, apps, the cloud, and the web.
Open the Windows Security app by searching the start menu for Security, and then selecting Windows Security. Select the Virus & threat protection tile (or the shield icon on the left menu bar). Under the Manage settings, select Virus & threat protection settings. Under the Exclusions setting, select Add or remove exclusions.
When you get a new device and start up Windows 10 for the first time, the antivirus protection that comes installed with the device is your default security app. However, Windows Security is pre-installed and ready for you to use at any time.