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Catastrophic Failure: icloud-windows integration
Hello Windows Community Thanks for sharing the lead to the new update Windows 10, which leads to Catastrophic Failure, Which leads to corrupt files, which leads to the close of another day and nothing created and lots of wasted time but there really is nothing else to do during the pandemic. I still type really slowly, my fingers don't always do what I intend them to do, but I can get that system that never wants to comply up and performing even after a total crash out and catastrophic failure warning and no access to USB device. Shall I call that progress or comedy?
Cortana does not Work in Lock Screen Windows 10
I am using windows 10 insider build 18936. when laptop PC is locked. The cortana Service does not work.
windows 10 update issue
hello, im facing a issue on my laptop after updating new windows 10 version 2004. battery charge stays only for 40% to 85%. when its on below 40% , my laptop automatically turns off. then for turn on i have to plug in. and when charge is about 85% its not charging properly, charging led is getting white and orange simultaneously. i have checked my battery on another laptop of my friend which is on win10 1909 version. and its totally ok. please help me out.
Disconnecting Hard drive and Installing Windows on an SSD
Hello, I would like to know if I could Disconnect my Hard Drive which was my primary boot drive until I bought an SSD, and then Install a fresh copy of windows on the SSD with a bootable USB drive while the hard drive is disconnected and then when the windows is set up and ready to go, I later connect my Hard drive which Still has the older copy of the windows and files that i don't want to lose and so I set the SSD as the priority boot device in the BIOS. What I want to ask is after my SSD is the priority boot device and I have reconnected the Hard Drive Which is as a single partition in which there are separate folders containing the old C and D drives, can I then reconnect my Hard drive and will it show up as another drive with all its content or will I have to Create a new simple volume which Would result in me loosing my Data, so i would like to know if there is another method which will let me keep the old data and still show the Hard drive with its contents(where i would later delete the C drive folder containing the old copy of windows on the Hard disk so that the SSD becomes the only storage device with windows on it) in the new fresh copy of windows booted via the SSD and thus be able to keep my D drive From the old windows but now the old copy of windows on my computer. I hope you understood my Question and the specific doubt that I have, and so would you help me to know the solution to this problem or should i like copy the D drive on to and external hard disk and then connect my SSD and then clone my windows to the SSD so that I don't Have any problems with formatting the Hard Drive after the cloning process is done, and then reinstall the cloned windows with the option of deleting all files and reinstalling it agian. Although i would like to go with the first method(that is if it is possible ). Thanking you in Advance
When you turn on Wins10. It will take good 15 minutes before it fully comes on. 1st. MacAfee does it thing. Then other small connections jumps in like my Skype and MSN News decides to jump in. All in all, anywhere from 5-10 minutes before wins10. Why!
How can i improve a Cortana in windows 10 verson 20H2 ?
Please tell me about " how to improve a cortana in windows 10 20H2 ? "
Windows 10 and 10 Pro?
What is the difference?
Is Defender still supported and if so what 3rd party AV and MW product will run with it best??
NotePad Auto Save Option in Windows 10
Hi #WindowsCommunity if, you're giving auto save option in windows 10 its good for all. Thank you
The story of Microsoft Sticky Notes
Sticky Notes are everywhere! Learn how two teams came together to create the current version of the Sticky Notes you love.
A new Windows experience is coming! Many of these devices will be able to upgrade to Windows 11. To take advantage of all the features in Windows 11, some accessories, like a webcam, may need to be purchased separately (see system requirements).Make sure to check out all specifications to see if the device you’re interested in is fully compatible.
Find the device you want to find, then select Show details. Select Find my device. To check for any security issues, go to Windows Defender settings, select Show details, and check your security status. For more info on finding your device, go to Find and lock a lost Windows device.
Add a device to a Windows 10 PC. Windows 10 usually finds devices automatically when you plug them in or turn them on. If it doesn't, follow these steps: Select Start > Settings > Devices > Bluetooth & other devices. Select Add Bluetooth or other device and follow the instructions. Add a device.
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