Results for: device clock
Windows clock is your most accurate timekeeper
The first function of a computer may not be as a clock. But there are many ways to put its extreme accuracy to good use, beyond just sending you timely reminders of appointments.
Device performance & health: Checkup for your PC's wellness
Monitor four key areas that impact your device's performance on Device performance & health.
Get the apps you need in Microsoft Store
Secure and manage apps in Microsoft Store
Windows 101: Four ways to customize your taskbar
Maximize your screen workspace with these four easy taskbar settings.
Meet Beth: Getting users in touch with Defender
Meet Beth Jester from Windows Defender team who makes computer security simple for everyone.
The Story of Windows Feedback: We're listening!
The story of Windows Feedback team which is responsible for listening to customer feedback.
How do you type accents over letters?
If you're using an English keyboard, how do you type accents (à, ç, ö, ñ) over letters¿ We have added a new way to add accents in the Windows 10 May 2019 Update but I'm curious how you added them to your text before then.
What is Productivity?
I'm often baffled by the way people use the word "productivity". It would seem I may have the wrong idea of the definition of productivity. In my view, productivity describes the most direct way to achieve a desired result. It means, responding to a request with a direct action towards producing the desired result : eg: "open the window", should cause someone to open the window. Conversely, when I ask Microsoft to do something , I usually get a response in the form of a question. " Are you sure that's what you want me to do?" or perhaps, " Do you have the authority to request that ?" Very often, on the internet, I get an even more non-productive response. " Sorry, we cannot find that site" or another inane response is , " We notice you are using an ad blocker. We'd like to give you the opportunity to remove it or disable it so we can feed you the kind of crap you put the ad blocker in place to prevent ." Am I wrong in assuming that Microsoft is asking me to remove my,"productivity" measures so they can waste more of my time with unsolicited sales pitches instead of doing what I asked them to do?
Virus & threat protection: Keep Defender antivirus at full strength
Check on your Windows Defender antivirus protection, and keep it strong.
Do You Remember the old Shutdown?
Long Long time ago, I guess it was Windows 95 or Windows 98, I remember when we click to shutdown the PC, it will show message like your PC is shutdown please turn off the power button. Anyone remember this? Those days, there wasn't ability to automatically turn off power button and you have to manually press it to turn it on or off. Later on new power button come around and when you shutdown your PC , it will automatically turn off power button too like what we have nowadays.
Jujuba Software Clock combines 4 useful tools in one app: * Calendar clock that changes high-resolution background every month. One way to enjoy this app is to keep it running while your Windows 8 device is docked on your desk * Precision stopwatch clock * Timer clock that keeps ticking even when app is moved to the background.
The only clock app you ever needed. Put a pretty clock to decorate your desktop, similar to old Desktop Gadgets in Windows 7. More themes are coming to the store, be prepared to pay, i mean play :)
Alarm clock, stopwatch, world clock, and countdown timers, all in one app; Set one-time or recurring alarms and reminders; Snooze or dismiss alarms from the lock screen; On phones and select PCs, alarms sound even when your device is on standby or muted; Choose from lots of alarm sounds, including m4a files or vibrate-only on phones
To launch the app, select Start and select Alarms & Clock from the app list or type its name into the search box.; Alarms and timers work even if the app is closed or your device is locked. If you see a warning that notifications only show if the device is awake, make sure your device doesn’t go to sleep (Go to Settings > System > Power & sleep to adjust your device’s sleep settings).
New computer(3 weeks old), didn't restore anything on it as this is a new Job. Upgraded to Windows 10. Now the clock is not working. It is 2 hours behind making it very annoying to organize myself. I'm in the UK so timezone correctly set up. Updated to latest Windows version. Daylight saving enabled. Any suggestions? Thanks,