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Windows Community interviews Windows enthusiast: Rohit Langde
Windows enthusiast Rohit Langde describes how an introduction to Windows 95 laid the foundation for a career in technology.
What can we do to improve your experience with our website
What can we do to improve your experience with the Windows Community website? What would you like to see, read or get more information on?
Choosing your Windows 10 edition: Home vs. Pro
Find out which Windows 10 edition fits your needs.
Windows 10 October 2020 Update
Beginning today, the October 2020 Update is available initially for users of select devices running Windows 10, version 1903 or later who are interested in experiencing the latest feature updates and are ready to install this release on their device. If you would like to install the new release, open your Windows Update settings (Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update) and select Check for updates. Please note: Some devices which may have a compatibility issue and for which a safeguard hold is in place, will not be offered the October 2020 Update right away until the compatibility issue is resolved. To get more information on what's new in Windows 10 and how to get the update, please see the links below. What’s new in the Windows 10 October 2020 Update https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2020/10/20/whats-new-in-the-windows-10-october-2020-update/ How to get the Windows 10 October 2020 Update https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2020/10/20/how-to-get-the-windows-10-october-2020-update/
Windows Community interviews Windows enthusiast: Mayank Parmar
Mayank Parmar covers Microsoft and Windows-related stories on WindowsLatest.com. Learn what his three favorite Windows apps are and how he puts them to good use.
Windows 1.11 is HERE. Head back to 1985 and check it out!
Experience 1985 nostalgia with a special edition Windows 10 PC app inspired by Windows 1.0 and Netflix Stranger Things. Explore the mysteries and secrets plaguing Hawkins, unlock unique show content and easter eggs, and play retro games and puzzles—all building off Stranger Things 3. But... beware the Mind Flayer 😱 Check it out! https://bit.ly/32e48BR
Intro to Windows Community
Be part of the Windows Community! Anita George, Windows Community program lead, shares what it's about.
Accessibility Features in the Windows 10 May 2020 Update
There are number of new accessibility features built into the latest 2004 update. Based on user feedback, we have made Narrator easier to use and you can now use Magnifier to start reading text out loud. See this blog post for more detail: https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2020/05/21/whats-coming-in-windows-10-accessibility/. We'd love to hear what you think Anne Budd and the rest of the community.
Which version of Windows are you running?
Which version of Windows are you running? Not sure? Press the Windows logo key + R, type winver in the Open box, and then select OK.
What was your first version of Windows?
What was your first version of Windows?
This Experience Index System Assessment Tool is a replacement for the graphical user interface (GUI) of the Windows System Assessment Tool (WinSAT) originally introduced in Windows Vista , but removed from Windows 8.1 and later versions. This app initiates the original WinSAT test, which assesses performance characteristics and capabilities of your hardware, reporting them in the form of a ...
Local Experience Packs. Install a Local Experience Pack to use Windows 10 in the language of your choice. These packs receive regular updates through the Microsoft Store to continually improve the experiences. Note: Local Experience Packs can only be installed on Windows 10, version 1803 and later. See which version of Windows you're running.
The Windows Experience is still there--even in build 9860. However, the GUI was retired with Windows 8. If you want to run the experience, which is really called the "Windows System Assessment Tool," you must run it from the command line. Open an administrative command prompt and type winsat formal -v -xml c:\winstatresults.xml. This will run ...
After the Out of Box Experience (OOBE) phase, you may find the Windows Experience Index score is "1.0", and you also find the Graphics Subscore is "1.0". If you go to C:\Windows\Performance\WinSAT\DataStore folder and check the file named DWM.Assessment (Prepop).WinSAT.xml, you may find the following sentence logged into the file: XML.