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Are there any features you wish Windows had?
One thing I saw someone had in another OS was that their file explorer equivalent had tabs. My jaw was floored.

04/18/2019

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How Do I Find Out What Version of Windows I'm Using?
Hello, How do I find out what version of windows I'm using? Thanks!

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How to watch Windows Community videos in your language
Hey, I noticed a lot of comments about language support for Windows Community videos and wanted to share a tip. YouTube automatically translates subtitles to almost any language. Find the Settings icon (⚙) at the bottom right corner of the YouTube player. Select Subtitles/CC, then tap Auto-translate and choose your language from the list.

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Bluetooth device
Hi, my laptop shows Bluetooth device but there is nothing like turn on or off button. What can I do to fix it?

04/18/2019

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https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4027860

View display settings in Windows 10. ... To adjust your color calibration, search "calibrate display color" in the Settings search box and follow the directions. If you don't see a setting you're looking for, try searching for it in the search box on the taskbar. Open Display settings.

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_vista...

At lower resolutions, fewer items fit on the screen, but they are larger and easier to see. At very low resolutions, however, images might have jagged edges. For example, 640 × 480 is a lower screen resolution, and 1600 × 1200 is a higher one. CRT monitors generally display a resolution of 800 × 600 or 1024 × 768.

https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-other...

I simply want to restore the default display settings, so I can start over, but all search results only address previous versions of Windows. Even this forum insists the answer is already here. It is not. I already know how to change colors. That's what got me in trouble in the first place.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/14108

When you change the screen resolution, it affects all users who log on to the computer. When you set your monitor to a screen resolution that it can't support, the screen will go black for a few seconds while the monitor reverts back to the original resolution.

https://docs.microsoft.com/.../power-settings/display-settings

Topic Description; Adaptive display idle timeout. Specifies whether the OS automatically scales the display idle time-out based on user activity. If the user provides input to the system shortly after the display idle timeout is reached, Windows automatically extends the display idle time-out to deliver a better user experience.