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window 10 pro Issue
my window one day had a update to be done and after the update was done its says to me i dont have a activated window .tryng to fix it they ask me for the window 10 key witch i dont have anymore .anyone can help me out?thank you
I ran windows defender "fullscan"... am i safe now?
I accidentally installed malware on my pc... so windows defender got blocked... i quickly go to restore point in the day before ive installed it and full scan in windows defender that detected 0 threats am i safe now??? Or do i need to reformat?
Pictures on my Windows 10 laptop
I am a little tec challanged. Sense my Windows 10 updated last week, nearly all my pictures are all in groups of files. Before, they were shown in individual pictures. I have no idea what is in each file unless I open the file. I don't know how to change them back to infividual pictures. Strange that it seems that the older photos are in files and the recent ones are individual. I haven't taken any and downloaded any sense so I'm not sure where any that I take will go. As I said, I'm a little tec challanged and don't always understand the language.
i am unable to update my computer and its become too slow
please help me get out from this
How do you like Multilingual text suggestions on Windows 10?
My name is Rana and I work for Microsoft. I am bilingual and use multiple language input options on my Windows 10 laptop. Did you know that you can use multiple keyboard input options for different languages? Do you use multilingual text suggestions on Windows 10 and how do you like it?
have the MS community & Windows community as an app
It will be wonderful if Microsoft can have the Microsoft community as well as the Windows community as an app, so that users do not have to go online to access it but can access it through the app. The app should include all the features that the online version has. Here is the link to the feedback in the feedback hub. https://aka.ms/AA9ytuf . Please help me upvote it.
Can signing in Windows device w/Outlook be a problem 🤣🤦♀
I just had to rest my device yesterday, because there is a file popping up all over the place and my device started running so bad that I almost wasn't able to reset Windows. I think I know what the file is, but I don't think my device does. Or it might and I might be completely wrong. I think there are 2 different scenarios that are going on, which I think are causing many different problems. First, I had to reset my device about 6 months ago. When I signed back in, I didn't use the gmail account that I first used to set up the device and it was setup as the administrator account, instead I use my Outlook acct. making it the admin, well my gmail is ported into my Outlook. I read online once you make an admin account that the device never forgets it, I don't know if that is true. The reason I'm saying this, is because I think my device might be recognizing that my gmail account used to be the admin on my device, because that little user icon file is showing up in my file explorer with the gmail's username by it, its never even done that with my outlook account. On the other my hand, I have what's going on with that file that's popping up everywhere, which is using up so much of my memory that I received a code on my Windows Report saying I have a memory link. Second, if I make a Microsoft account with an Outlook email, then sign into a Windows 10 device, will the Windows 10 device see or recognize the email addresses that is ported into my Outlook account? If so, can that cause any problems with the Windows 10 Device? Because of that user file, it seems like my device has recognized my gmail account as being an admin acct. on there before, but on the other hand it seems like it doesn't recognize it being ported into my Outlook acct. because I have all those user files EVERYWHERE. Any help will greatly be appreciated. So, is any of this possible or I'm a way off ? Do I just have a virus? 🤣😜🤷♀️🤦♀️🤣😜
Undoing changes error led to inability to start windows
Windows update was interrupted as the laptop shut down due to empty battery. this led to the appearance of "Undoing changes made to your computer". I followed all the troubleshoot solutions and none worked. It won't enter safe mode and the pc won't reset. Now, the error is gone but the system won't boot and when I turn the laptop on a blinking screen appears as if the computer is constantly restarting. What should I do? Do you have any idea?
STOPCODE : THREAD STUCK IN DEVICE DRIVER
i got bluescreen on my windows.. and i don't know how to solved this. Pls help me.. thanks
Windows 10 October 2020 Update (Version 20H2) Released Now
Starting last week it was rumored to be released on 13th October, So what is expected release date for Windows 10 20H2 Update? No Official word yet from Microsoft but it should be released anytime soon. Already we have seen how Microsoft posted on Windows Blogs about Preparing the Windows 10 October 2020 Update Ready for Release ▶ https://blogs.windows.com/windows-insider/2020/09/18/preparing-the-windows-10-october-2020-update-ready-for-release/ There are some rumors suggesting it coming as soon as next week only, so lets have our fingers crossed and I hope it gets released without any such bugs as Version 2004 came with. What is the best feature of Windows 10 October 2020 Update? Are you waiting for this update or will skip to next one? Edit - 1 Finally Released Now, Its available for Public ▶ https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2020/10/20/how-to-get-the-windows-10-october-2020-update/ Share your thoughts on this.
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