Results for: Windows notifications
Windows 10 Video Editor.
Well, how we know the W10 have a basic vídeo editor, my ideia is why he doesn't turn a professional vídeo editing software ? He could come inside the office pack and compete with premiere pro and vegas pro ! Microsoft Engineers please respond !
Hello Colleagues 😊 New Release of Windows 10 help please
Hello All For those of us who have downloaded the 'Feature Update' of Windows 10, I would very much appreciate your help in highlighting any new feature that would help people with disabilities. 🙏 I have checked features such as 'read aloud', 'immersive reader', 'narrator' . I may have missed something really fundamental though 🥺. If you think of any new feature that would benefit users like myself in particular, please let me know. 🙏💜 I will be able to help others. Many thanks and keep well 'All'.
Microsoft - bouquet of thanks
This is just a flying visit this morning 😃. May I ask the Moderator to send my thanks to the team that sent me the email concerning my suggestion of sound clips for notifications. The team responded by providing really good information and I will try out some time today. If successful, I will let my colleagues, friends et al know that this function is available. 🤩 So, my experience on this platform is - if you have an idea/suggestion/comment (respectful ones), Microsoft listens and helps - really whizzo of the team 🤩😎💜
We need more details!
Hello Windows Community. I am making this post to ask everyone, please for the love of god. You need to understand that we here are not AI, we do not simply understand random words. To be able to help we need actual helpful information regarding your issues, not just random words randomly put in a sentence! If you say ''My computer is slow for no reason'', you are not helping us help YOU. Yes I can give you A LOT of troubleshooting steps, but isn't it going to be better if you just provided some more valuable information. 1. When did the problem occur, and have you done something that might be the reason for the issue? 2. What version are you running of Windows 3. Is it a laptop or a Desktop...etc. Information like this is extremely helpful, because sometimes no one can help you, if you are the only one who understands the thing that you have written! Please try to make sure there is no spelling mistakes that will make your message unreadable! Make sure you have (in detail) explained your issue. Make sure you have given enough info that we can understand, there is nothing like TOO much details when it comes to such problems! The more details you give us, the better and faster we will be able to help. I am extremely annoyed when I see so many confused people like me here, just because someone was too ''lazy'' to write two more sentences! I am always trying to answer, but sometimes I can not, and most of the times I can not because I do not understand your issue! How do you expect us to understand if even Google struggles to find results. Please, be more careful when explaining your issues. I am not trying to look like I am the smartest guy, but I think we can all agree that it is annoying not being able to help just because we simply do not understand the issue 🤔 Thank you for the time spent, wish you all an amazing rest of the year 😀
windows 10 update stalled at 91% would not complete
My computer could not complete the install. Help
OneDrive: Secure cloud storage, free with Windows
OneDrive offers storage for your files, ways to securely share files and work with others, ways to back up your documents, and more. Have a look at what it can do.
Why do I have to keep signing on to One Drive?
I have Windows 10. Ever since an update in September I get these message several times a week from notifications-it used to be every day. "We need to fix your Microsoft account (most likely your password changed). (NOT SO) Select here to fix it in shared experience settings". Sometimes I get the message that I must be using a new device. (NOT SO) Anyway I got to setting and check "Fix" Then I sign in with my email and password. Then I have to wait to get an email with a code. If I use my computer, I have to sign in to my email which wants 2 step verification so I sign into another email to get that code. On an on it goes. It is very frustrating. Even after going through ALL the steps, if I want to save a Word Document (Word 2019 not 365) I have to sign in to the cloud again. The nerdy computer help for microsoft can't understand my question of she will connect me with a person, then after a few minutes it times out and says try again later. I am at my wits end and considering buy an Apple Computer.
they seem to go "where they wanna go" it never saves the same place i have to struggle thru multiple folders even though i have stuff set. i am not a programmer and i do not know the %codes% to find stuff. it is way too difficult to take a screenshot, it was f12. now win-f12-print-enter? even with snip tool there is no destination folder shown, its idiotic. most people are not programmers this is not intuitive. before it was f12 and it goes auto to a screenshot folder in pictures....easy. now it completely counterintuitive. as the computer age continues and things get better and better, those that are deciding how things go need to understand the competence of the user. im actually really good so i can still find stuff, but most are not, keep that in mind.
Microsoft wirelesss display adapter
I have used it for a few years with only one problem and support fixed this problem. It happened with a Windows 10 update. Support fixed the issue for me and now I am having the same problem since KB4524570. All support did was disable my firewall and it connected.
User Names & Passwords
Windows 10 / Google Search Engine. When asked to save username and password I click yes to save. If I leave the program and come back to the application the username and password is not saved. Why?
Windows 10 puts notifications and quick actions in action center—right on the taskbar—where you can get to them instantly. Select action center on the taskbar to open it. (You can also swipe in from the right edge of your screen, or press Windows logo key + A.). Notifications at a glance
Turn notifications, banners, and sounds on or off for some or all notification senders. Choose whether to see notifications on the lock screen. Choose whether to see notifications when you're duplicating your screen. Turn tips, tricks, and suggestions about Windows on or off. Change notification settings
Action center in Windows 10 is where you'll find your notifications and quick actions. Change your settings at any time to adjust how and when you see notifications and which apps and settings are your top quick actions. Select the Start button, then select Settings > System > Notifications & actions. Change notification settings for all senders
Put notifications you care about most at the top of action center, whether they're messaging notifications or alerts from a game you can't stop playing. Top priority . Make your favorite app's notifications top priority, and you'll always see its new notifications at the top of action center.