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Do you have a favorite feature of edge?
It has taken a little time but I am getting accustomed to Edge. Anyone with a favorite feature
When will the word productivity become irrelevant?
Microsoft as you know, abuses the word "productivity" in litearlly all of their products. But what they mean by that is "office compatiblity." I am wondering when this word will be turned into a joke, and what other word would replace it.
How do I discover and remove malware when the OS can not?
If the operating system doesn't detect and remove the root kit how do I remove it from the system? Please post a walkthrough on how to detect and remove malware using command prompt or an external drive. Why does my administrator require "elevation" in command prompt? How do I patch a system after removing a root kit? I do not want to format my hard drive, how do I know my media tool isn't infected? How do I know someone isn't connected remotely to my windows or iOS?
If you are WFH, what is your setup/tools used?
With the Covid-19 Pandemic outbreak, many of us are working from home this days. This new challenge made us do some changes to get the job done. If you are WFH, what is your setup/tools used? I'm using one laptop (Windows 10), one extra monitor, Microsoft Surface and Mobile Phone. Regarding software, Corporate VPN (Always use one...), Office 365 and specific bussiness applications. For mettings, Microsoft Teams and some times, Skype. Please share your thoughts and add some suggestions/ideas on how we can improve all this experience! Thanks!
Device performance & health: Checkup for your PC's wellness
Monitor four key areas that impact your device's performance on Device performance & health.
Inclusion for all disabilities 🤩💯✔
Many contributors on this platform recognise and applaud the 'Ease of Access' features on Windows 10. Microsoft teams are to be congratulated 👏 with a personal thank you for me. From my very latest experience helping another visually impaired User to use Word in particular the screen reader and Narrator, I have the impression (I could be wrong) that marketing/raising awareness to disabled users could and should be improved. By way of explanation, the other day, I was able to assist a colleague to create a simple Word document. Imagine please 😊 'Anne' sitting at her desktop with the landline telephone stuck to my ear and my colleague doing the same in her own home. Although it was a prolonged process, I was able to help her discover some of the basic features such 'read aloud' and Narrator. When I discussed this experience with a community group, some people that they were 'afraid of breaking their computers' and not being adventurous enough because they were unsure of what they were doing. Something about technophobia perhaps. I replied that they would have to hit their computers with a very heavy item to break them. I also mentioned that operating systems are usually reliable and have their internal routines to resolve faults/errors. One person said that computers are an enigma to him. I replied that it is an enigma to me at times 😊 🤣. But, there was a general sense from this conversation that computer technology was for the 'clever people' and those who had all their faculties. I disavowed that presumption with my colleagues/acquaintances. Quite strongly actually. But it has made me think about how we can change this 'perception'. So, I am challenging Microsoft (respectfully of course 🤩😊) to comprehensively engage with users who have disabilities ; raising their awareness of the opportunities that information technology affords. FAO Moderator - please do not hesitate to socialise this with MS colleagues. Many thanks all 🙏😊
Windows' apps are very useful in our life and are very easy to use. It has very nice features. Before I get my hp pc, I was using a MacBook pro. it was a very complicated programme. I recommend all the peoples to have a pc with a Windows programme . I hope that my words are helpful. waiting for new apps and features
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
Do you find yourself talking directly to your computer? 🤨
I have a tendency to talk to my computer. May sound a bit daft! 🤨 If I am under pressure for whatever reason, or I am searching for a reference and cannot find it, I talk AT my computer - most likely with exasperation that anything else; not that this helps me to find the resource any quicker though. If I have the radio on in the background and the news is being broadcasted, I most definitely voice my opinion on the subject matter to my computer (which thankfully remains silent - unless Narrator is switched on). 😲 Then that becomes a whole different ball game if I am working on a Word document. 🤣 Has being on lockdown changed your behaviour towards your computer? If we have a more extended lockdown and have to work from home for a prolonged period of time, will this influence/change our working behaviours? Your PoV please 😀 Keep well.
Windows 10 Virtual/Multiple Desktop Usefulness
Just started using virtual/multiple desktops, and I'm finding it quite useless, so I think i may be missing something. I can't seem to get apps opening nicely on both desktops, I get very inconsistent behavior. Skype/Battle.net client/etc - Opening on 2nd desktop swaps me back to the first desktop Edge - Opens new windows fully separate on 2nd desktop Outlook - Opens new window nicely on 2nd desktop, 1st desktop sees two windows (1st and 2nd desktop instances) I didn't test much more than this, but makes a 2nd desktop quite useless as i mostly have to swap back for particularly chat apps. Am I doing something wrong? BR, Andrew
Go to the search box and enter remote assistance, then select Invite someone to connect to your PC and help you, or offer to help someone else. Select Help someone who has invited you. Do one of the following: If you’re using Easy Connect for the first time, select Use Easy Connect.
Remote Assistance Support from Microsoft allows a Microsoft support professional in another location to view your computer screen and work on your computer over a secure connection. Protect yourself from tech support scams. Before clicking 'I accept', review the: Agreement for Microsoft Services
Select Start > Quick Assist (or select the Start button, type Quick Assist in the search box, then select it in the results). Select Assist another person, then send the 6-digit code to the person you're helping. When they've entered it, select either Take full control or View screen.
Use Remote Desktop on your Windows, Android, or iOS device to connect to a Windows 10 PC from afar. Set up the PC you want to connect to so it allows remote connections: Make sure you have Windows 10 Pro. To check, go to Start > Settings > System > About and look for Edition.