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Take control of your notifications in the Windows action center
Windows 10 keeps all notifications in the action center, so you can catch up and act on anything you might have missed, when you're ready.
Sound output from win 10 device
I need my computer to generate a beep sound thru headphone jack to trigger an audio relay switch to commence a race timing countdown clock. The issue is that when the race software is maximised on my screen the audio relay switch fails to pickup the audio signal from the jack. I have checked that there is still sound playing in the headphone jack even when race software is maximised but when the software is maximised the audio relay doesn't work. I would appreciate any help in cracking this issue because we need the race software maximised at the same time as the beep. I even tried getting the race software to generate the beep but the same thing happened Thanks John
Hello, Does anyone use sit-stand desks for your workstations? I have one for my workstation at the office. I work remotely now and recently purchased a laptop stand, not sure how I feel about this new one. I cannot sit continuously at the computer, so these stands are very helpful.
Introducing the new Microsoft Family Safety: the story behind the app
Microsoft Family Safety is a new app on iOS and Android that helps you protect your family across the digital and real worlds, to give you peace of mind. It helps families find screen time balance, develop healthy digital habits, explore safely online, and locate their loved ones. Learn more about the app and Microsoft family safety features at https://aka.ms/microsoftfamilysafety.
How old is too old?
I am a substitute teacher who is preparing for the new school year. Because of the COVID -19 virus, a good number of the classes I will work with will be virtual, using assorted teleconferencing programs. I currently have a 6 year old Acer Aspire E11 laptop. Question for the community, how old does a computer have to be to be too old to use for more current applications like teleconferencing, etc.? Are there clear symptoms that my computer is too old for productive use, aside from being a little slow at startup? I Look forward to the responses. Thanks.
Covid-19 and technology
How do you take advantage of network and computer technology to stay productive amid Covid-19 pandemic. How Microsoft technology empowers you? Microsoft Azure? IoT? Office 365? The "New Normal" powered by technology is gaining popularity to replace the old normal. Exam paper -> File upload. Ink signature -> Digital signature. Work attendance -> Work from home using network. Approval letter -> Just click approval button on screen. Normal wedding -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xB46IgdaFOQ&feature=youtu.be What else? Would you like to share your unique story? PS: Video call is not a major need for my family as face-to-face (offline) gathering is more cheerful, more emotional, more happy. But I have to patiently guide my mom to make a video call.
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.
Always be connected with Your Phone app
Learn how to set up and use the Your Phone app to access your smartphone via your computer.
How to make windows 10 look like windows vista
I have gotten a vista/7 start menu, I also changed icons of the hard drives to that of Vista, those of the recycle bin, that of "this PC" and renamed "this PC" to "Computer" also renamed Drive C: to Local Disk rather than Windows, but how can I change it further, perhaps with the entire UI?
I can't login after waking desktop from sleep mode
I can login with my pin when I press the power button to start the day. When brand-new Lenovo desktop (1903 build) goes to sleep and I try to wake it, the login screen appears as it normally does, but the login box will not take my pin, even though the cursor blinks. If I restart the PC, I can login as normal. Please do not advise to disable login upon waking as this will not work for me. This is extraordinarily frustrating. Thanks for any help.......
Laptop screen size. Recommended resolution (in pixels) 13- to 15-inch standard ratio laptop screen. 1400 × 1050. 13- to 15-inch widescreen laptop screen. 1280 × 800. 17-inch widescreen laptop screen. 1680 × 1050. To get the best color displayed on your LCD monitor, make sure to set it to 32-bit color. This measurement refers to color depth ...
A Screen object that represents the computer's primary screen. Examples This example uses the WorkingArea property of the My.Computer.Screen property to determine the working area of the computer's primary display, and then resizes the form to fill the working area.
View display settings in Windows 10. Most of the advanced display settings from previous versions of Windows are now available on the Display settings page. Select Start > Settings > System > Display. If you want to change the size of your text and apps, choose an option from the drop-down menu under Scale and layout.
Note: This article is about black or blank screens—you can also troubleshoot a blue screen. We'll look at some things that can cause a black or blank screen: Connection problems with your monitor or screen. Display adapter driver update issues. Issues with recent system updates or installations.