Results for: computer screen
Bad Computer...Bad Boy!
Computer was acting up this morning so I decided it needed to be cleansed. All went well. Everything is pretty much back in place except for two things, and I can't figure out how I did it. Previously on my Start Screen I had Sticky Notes, and now for the life of me I get figure out how I got it there. I do remember before Microsoft went and messed thing up one could drag from the taskbar to the desktop! maybe that's what I did! Anyway the second thing is I can't seem to find the flag to turn on the pin websites. Did they take that away, or if you have the flag would you mind posting it please. Thanks
Help please. Computer lagging
Hi. i have just purchased a 2015 hp laptop with fresh windows 10 install. Had issues and had to do alot of updates which is fine. My issue is everything is slow. Moving touchpad mouse is dragging and even typing this is lagging. ive typed 5 or 6 letters before it shows up and catches up on my screen. How can I fix this please. Its driving me nuts
while doing window i unplugged usb from computer !
while doing window i unplugged usb from computer now my pc is not starting just restarting again and again or showing a message on the screen reinstall window please click ok to restart.
Do you use the normal start menu or the full screen start?
There are many customisable options in Windows 10, and, one of the best is, you could change the look of your start menu. I use it in full screen, and do turn it on, go to settings>personalisation>start>use start full screen. Now, when you hit or click the Windows icon, you would notice that the Start Menu would pop up in a 'full screen' view, which gives it somewhat a look like Chrome operating system (really?) It isn't much, it's worth trying... Do you prefer the start menu being as it is? Or would you like to make it full screen?
Blue Screen of Death
Good morning community, I am having a problem when I am about to configure virtual memory, because when I receive, accept to save the changes made, it automatically throws me the blue screen ... Well, rather green, explaining that my build insider has a problem and has to restart. I leave the screenshots for you to see what happens. I would greatly appreciate if someone has a momentary solution while correcting this problem. Being an internal construction we will also report it in the opinion center. Thank you
my windows tablet screen is swiping left when i swipe right
please help, when i swipe left it swipes in the opposite direction. if i swipe right it swipes left. its the same if i swipe up and down. the screen is also upside down. i've tried flipping the screen with keyboard shortcuts but it stays the same. if i flip the screen with rotation lock off it will flip but the screen is still upside down, i don't know what to do. please help
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Windows 20H2 remote desktop lock screen has no auth widget
Is this supposed to be the new forum after answers.microsoft.com? That site does not appear to have buttons to post new topics. I just updated my desktop computer to Windows 10 20H2. Typically I control it from my laptop via remote desktop, and now notice that after idle timeout, the lock screen blocks the desktop but remains blurred, with no authentication widgets in the centre to ask for my password. Only the [Language] [Ease of access] [Power] buttons in the bottom corner are interactive. I can't otherwise "nudge" the lock screen "awake" with any input. The only option is to disconnect and reconnect again in order to sign back into its desktop. Is there some new secret to get it working normally like before?
Tips and tricks: Network drives and computers
Instead of mapping network drives, create desktop shortcuts to folders from another computers on the network. Then, double-click a shortcut to folder and you'll be able to access a folder from another computer on the network. To access another computer on the network, open the Network folder, and then drag a computer to the desktop. The shortcut is then created to the desktop. Double-clicking a shortcut to a network computer will open in a window. Sometimes, you'll be prompted for credentials from another user. You can send files or folders to a folder from your computer to another computer on the network. To do this: 1. Press WINDOWS LOGO + R. 2. Type "shell:sendto" (without the quotes) and press ENTER. 3. Access the folder from another computer on the network in the Network folder. 4. Hold down ALT and drag the folder to the SendTo window. A shortcut will be created. Now, whenever you right-click a file, point to Send to, and then click a folder that is from another computer on the network, another user will receive it.
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 ...
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.
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.