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Windows 101: How to use emojis on Windows 10
Windows 10 makes it easy to communicate with emojis. Tell your stories in pictures using the Windows 10 emoji panel. ❤🏖🌞
Updating tips for the Windows10 October 2018 Update
As the Windows 10 October 2018 Update rolls out, here are a few ways to make sure you get the updates easily and smoothly.
Meet Beth: Getting users in touch with Defender
Meet Beth Jester from Windows Defender team who makes computer security simple for everyone.
Get into gaming with Windows: Part 2 - How to
Once you understand the basics and features of gaming on Windows 10, you need to know how to set up your account and get started!
Windows Narrator gets more accessible with QuickStart
Narrator QuickStart makes it easier to learn Narrator for Windows users with low vision and blindness.
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.
Narrator Home: Everything you need in one location
Narrator Home gives you everything you need in one place.
Problem with windows command prompt
Command prompt in windows 10 goes blank. i cannot see what i write in command prompt. Requesting you to please resolve the issue. Or anyone can provide the solution. Thanks in Advance.
Setting up virtual machine running an older Windows version
I'd like to try running virtual machines with Windows XP, 95, and 3.11 to access old software that no longer runs in Windows 10 - Things not even compatibility modes will run. Anyone have some guides for that?
Meet Aruna and Rob: Keep connected with Bluetooth
Bluetooth connects Windows to things like audio speakers, mouse and keyboard, and many other handy things. Aruna Ravi and Rob Smith help make it all work together.
Find settings in Windows 10. Content provided by Microsoft. Applies to: Windows 10. Select Product Version. Find your Windows settings in a snap! Select the Start button, then select Settings. From there, browse the categories or use search to find what you're looking for.
Most of the settings you'll want to change in Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1 are in PC settings. You'll find settings for screen resolution, adding and removing devices, personalizing the lock screen, changing the date and time, and adding user accounts.
Use this URI scheme to launch the Windows Settings app to specific settings pages. Launching to the Settings app is an important part of writing a privacy-aware app. If your app can't access a sensitive resource, we recommend providing the user a convenient link to the privacy settings for that resource.
In the search box next to Start on the taskbar, type control panel.Select Control Panel from the list of results.. Note: Many Control Panel features are simpler and faster in Settings .
With Windows Startup Settings you can start Windows in different advanced troubleshooting modes to help you find and fix problems on your PC. Get to Windows Startup Settings in PC settings. Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, tap Settings, and then tap Change PC settings.