Results for: Windows devices
brand new computer windows 10 pro randomly locks up
it doesn't mater what I'm doing it could be word , excel outlook or edge the computer will lock up , and then comes back in 5 to 10 seconds , I've never had this issue in any of my computers can anyone point me the right direction
Windows 10 still shutting down after 15 minutes?
Hi, this is the first post I've put up here asking for help. I didn't post this in answers.microsoft.com (Microsoft Community) because I had this issue only once and never since, hope it doesn't come back again. A usual day at the laptop, I pressed Alt + F4 and hit Enter to Shut Down Windows 10, and left my laptop over to it. Back when I came to close the lid (thinking that it had shut down, as usual) actually after some 15 minutes, still the screen was displaying "Shutting Down" and was loading in a blue background like this: https://cdn.wccftech.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/shutdown.jpg.eeb8a2adb9dc03eac731f9be7b42b1ba-1024x516-1.jpg I got impatient and did a force shutdown by pressing and holding the power button, but as far as I know, doing a forced shutdown isn't good. What should I do if this occurs once again?
It's Patch Tuesday Cumulative (KB5001330) 20H2 Is "LIVE" 👀
Hello Everyone, Well it's patch Tuesday and (KB5001330) is now a Cumulative Update available for 20H2 and Others. If you have Version 20H2 installed on your system this will bring your OS Build to 19042.928 Highlights: 1.Updates to improve security when Windows performs basic operations. 2.Updates to improve security when using input devices such as a mouse, keyboard, or pen. 3.Fixes security issues. 4.Removes Microsoft Edge Legacy. 5. And fixed other problems also. I just Now installed this Update with NO Problems to report. Thank-You Microsoft 👍😊 How was your Update experience?....
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.
A message to Microsoft
Microsoft Please Do Windows 12
Know about Windows 10 OS updates through the store app?
I've read a few articles eluding to the fact that we may not be seeing full updates for the entire OS through Windows update. Instead, we would be seeing modules updating through the Microsoft store app. This is great for someone like me with no access to broadband, and I was wondering what everyone knew about it, and if they were interested.
Demasiadas actualizaciones en Windows 10 Enterprise
Trabajo con el ordenador y cada vez que lo enciendo (1 o 2 veces a la semana) está bajando actualizaciones. ¿De verdad que todas son de seguridad y necesarias? Como lo uso para trabajar y consultar no uso ninguna aplicación tipo Xbox ni Skype ni ninguna pero él venga a actualizarlas. En el teléfono si algo no lo usas no lo actualizas y ya está pero aquí te las comes con patatas y encima usando los recursos que necesito para trabajar. Ya intenté bajar el ancho de banda pero lo único que consigo es que el proceso dure más. Yo solo necesito que el pc funcione ya que no tiene tarjeta gráfica para juegos y con 8GB de RAM tampoco puedo tirar cohetes. Con todo esto, mientras están las actualizaciones descargando, cualquier aplicación tarda 1 minuto en abrir y abrir MisDocumentos o cerrar cerca de 30 segundos.
How to fix hard drive issues on Windows 7 x86
My 1TB hard drive four days ago had 38 GB left. This morning I went to clear some files on it and I was shocked to see this in Computer: "Local Disk C: 0 bytes free of 0.98 TB NTFS" The laptop has an HDD and there is no grinding or clicking sound, I have run CHKDSK, I have emptied recycle bin and temp, I have no idea what to do. I am aware it is out of support but if someone knows a fix tell me.
new start menu
new start menu for windows 10
How to fix corrupted windows 7 professional x64 no DVD
I am aware it is out of support. But I can't even press control alt delete without an error message. I need help. My operating system on windows 7 laptop is so corrupted the security menu won't launch and the control panel won't work. I had to force shut down with the power button. Any fix? I don't have installation media for the 64-bit version only x32. Also my profile picture is not an Airbus A300-600R it is a McDonnell Douglas MD-11
Windows Hello. 2. Windows Hello is the password-free sign-in that gives you the fastest, most secure way to unlock your Windows devices. Using your face, fingerprint or companion device, it recognizes you apart from all others.
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.
Windows. Devices Namespace. Some information relates to prerelease product that may be substantially modified before it’s released. Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, with respect to the information provided here. This namespace provides access to the low level device providers, including ADC, GPIO, I 2 C, PWM and SPI.