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How wireless projection works in Windows 10
If you ever wondered how projecting your computer screen to a TV is even possible, this video will give you an overview of wireless technology, and how Windows use Miracast to create screen mirroring experiences in Windows 10.
Windows 10 makes wireless projection easy
Project your ideas, work, or personal photos to any wireless display with Windows 10.
App & browser control: Add protection and online security
Use the updated App & browser control settings in the Windows 10 May 2020 Update to configure your Windows Defender SmartScreen. It checks websites and downloads for anything potentially dangerous, such as phishing, malware, viruses, or other online threats. If you are using previous versions of Windows 10, please check this video: https://community.windows.com/en-us/videos/app-browser-control-stop-security-risks-before-they-happen/YFoZOOmn27g
Windows Security: The dashboard for device protections
Windows Security provides a dashboard into your device's security protections.
Device security: Security that comes built into your device
Windows Security protects your device all the way down to the core hardware and software that make it run. Please check the latest device security settings in the Windows 10 May 2020 Update. If you are using previous versions of Windows 10, please check this video: https://community.windows.com/en-us/videos/device-security-protection-for-your-most-central-systems/6V8ah4LnDFc
Device security: Protection for your most central systems
Device security helps you monitor protection of your device's core software and hardware. If you are using the Windows 10 May 2020 Update, please check this video: https://community.windows.com/en-us/videos/device-security-security-that-comes-built-into-your-device/fadv4TuMOnc
App & browser control: Stop security risks before they happen
Set protections against online attacks in App & browser control. If you are using Windows 10 May 2020 Update, please check this video: https://community.windows.com/en-us/videos/app-browser-control-add-protection-and-online-security/4kyb3u8AVpg
How to get better wireless transfer speeds between machines
Have computers transferring data to each other via wireless send 'detection' packets to see if they are in range of each other and may transmit to each other independently of the access point. A lot of the time computers will be on desks near each other, to have the data go to the access point and then onto the other computers limits the maximum transfer speed depending on how much ram the access point has to buffer data, these devices could directly communicate with each other if they had pre agreed on a private security code that they would both use in order to communicate directly with each other. Want more speed copying your stuff across the wireless? Cant get link from feedback hub but its under the 'name' -> "Have computers transferring data to each other via wireless send 'detection' packets to see if they are in range of each other and may tx without AP"
Quick ways to fix common Wi-Fi connection issues
Stop frustration in its tracks with quick Wi-Fi solution tips for Windows 10
Virus & threat protection: Keep Defender antivirus at full strength
Check on your Windows Defender antivirus protection, and keep it strong.
To check and make sure you have the latest updates for Windows 10, Start button, then select Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update > Check for updates. A wireless network adapter that supports Wi-Fi 6. To see if your PC supports it, check the documentation that came with it or check the PC manufacturer’s website.
Wi-Fi network not secure in Windows 10. You might see a notification that tells you that you’re connected to a Wi-Fi network that’s not secure because it uses an older security standard. For example, this can occur if you connect to a Wi-Fi network that uses WEP or TKIP for security. These security standards are older and have known flaws.
Wireless networks have a network security key to help protect them from unauthorized access. We recommend using Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 (WPA2) security if your router supports it. See the documentation for your router for more detailed info, including what type of security is supported and how to set it up.
Physical security and removal of potential threats from wireless proximity can help reduce potential information leaks. Wireless evil twin or spoofing attacks: Spoofing the wireless name is a simple, well-known exploit a local attacker can use to lure unsuspecting or mistaken users to connect.