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Windows 10 WiFi problems
My computer doesn't recognize my WiFi provider. I can connect to the internet fine, but I get a notification about an account problem and when I attempt to find out what the problem is, I get a notice that says "oops, it doesn't look like you are connected to the internet" But I AM connected! Any ideas how to fix this? Thanks!
about windows 10
its awsome build and os 😊😀✨✔
Can I install Ubuntu alongside Windows 10?
Yes. You need to make sure that your current PC's hardware that works with Windows 10 is compatible with Ubuntu. Also, you need enough disk space on your hard drive. Installing Ubuntu alongside Windows 10 depends on your current UEFI start-up and Secure Boot settings, which can be found in your BIOS/UEFI firmware setup. Before you install Ubuntu alongside Windows 10: - Disable the fast start-up option, which can be found in Control Panel's Power Options. - Only hibernate your PC if you still plan to use Windows 10 for compatible apps and want to use Ubuntu for something else occasionally. - Turn off BitLocker. BitLocker can be found in Control Panel. Once you've confirmed the information above, boot your computer to your Ubuntu installation media. Then, follow the instructions until you get to a screen where you can choose to install Ubuntu alongside Windows 10 or configure additional partitions. To keep Windows 10 intact, choose to install Ubuntu alongside Windows 10. After you've installed Ubuntu alongside Windows 10, you will get a GRUB boot loader, where you can switch between Ubuntu and Windows 10 every time that you start your computer. NOTE: If you're using a computer that uses UEFI, you will see "Windows Boot Manager" when you see the GRUB boot loader. Selecting it starts Windows 10. This is by design.
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?
This Windows Community Conversation Board Thing
Please everyone forgive me if I have misunderstood as I do not wish to sound too negative. But I was under the impression this was for discussions about Microsoft & It`s operating system (windows) NOT a support group for windows support, especially as their are a Hugh number of support groups out there not to mention Microsoft windows support services. I may have only read a few comments so fare but the majority where about how to fix windows issues. Conversations on here about how, why and why they haven't been addressed successfully Syme to be more welcome & appropriate.
About Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool
The Windows Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT) helps remove malicious software from computers. It is updated monthly via WU. One can run it anytime by doing the following: Win+X+R, type in MRT, hit Enter. Opt for Quick Scan ( is by default), hit Next & follow the prompts. IF, it finds & remove anything, it produces a report for you. Also, has Full scan (long time) and Custom (you select what to scan). Cheers, Drew
I have Windows on an external drive and i run it on my iMac
I installed Windows 10 on an external drive I use to Run from my desktop Mac. The drive has 1TB and general system speed and perfomance is good but some games, and PowerPoint slideshows go so lagged and slowly cause of the hardware. Any thing I could do for fixing that? Thaanks
Hi people Just wanted to share a feature I really like. A shortcut for this is Win + D,use it once to bring all your windows down, they'll all stay open, just minimized. You can also use the button (looks like a thin line now) , next to the notification box where time and date is on the task bar. In windows 7 it used to look more like a button. hope this helps :)
Windows 10 and 10 Pro?
What is the difference?
Windows Boots In Recovery State?
Hello Guys. I have a problem concerning the boot up of my PC. so basically a few days ago we had a power outage and i was using my pc at that time. but little did I know it affected it and did something to it. Every time i restart or open up my pc it restarts in its known last state? not really sure about it. And every time i change or install somethings i automatically deletes those changes and reverts back to that said state. I am having problem with this and is messing up my work. If there is someone out there that can help it would be very much appreciated. TL;DR PC boots ups in the last state where it was "fine" and any changes or installed new apps gets automatically deleted.
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