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my store of window 10
my app on window 10 is not working properly . i am unable to download any of the apps on laptop from its window 10 store.i just start the app and it gets closed within 1min...help me to solve this problem.why i cant download the apps on store of window 10 of my laptop
How do I disable Cortana? My son has a spelling bee in a week and it should not distract him.
Keyboard shortcuts for typing accent marks over letters in Windows 10
How to install the English International keyboard so you can quickly add accented letters as you type. Learn how to get the language you want in the latest Windows version:https://community.windows.com/en-us/videos/get-windows-to-speak-your-language/gnmVAKrWsrU
How to quickly resolve your computer problems
Use Windows 10 built-in troubleshooter to help solve problems with your PC.
I need help. there are these things on the lock screen of my computer, they have the same icon as the internet (the icon in settings that is). I want to get rid of them. I am using windows ten on a dell inspiron, if anyone can help that would be great.
How can MS Surface Duo help a person with Adult ADHD?
Accessibility & Benefit; Surface Duo for Adult ADHD person: .. ADHD is a personal difference and disability recognized by the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act). ADHD from childhood often carries into adulthood, with various potential symptom changes for each person as they age. As an example, the Hyperactivity component of ADHD may decrease somewhat while Attention Deficit remains a continual serious problem. In such as case, the adult medical diagnosis may evolve to ADHD - Inattentive Type. The "Inattentive Type" designation highlights the primacy of the "Attention Deficit" issues over Hyperactivity. .. Many advertisements and future projections show ever ubiquitous technology helping people be organized, remember everything, meet deadlines, having information at the fingertip and generally be a superstar at work and home (some exaggeration maybe, but not much). The person with ADHD would settle for some of this today. A roadblock lies in the circle of new technology assessment, purchase, learning, making application and actual realization of the benefit. Obviously requiring attention to reach implementation and true benefit, the ADHD person can experience frustration before any realization benefit; or before purchase for that matter. .. Surface Duo could be ever ubiquitous, carried constantly like any phone. It could provide more screen space for use and clarity. With earbuds it could provide private audio queues and information. But the real problem Did Not Change. What helps the roadblock of knowing it will not be a waste of money? What provides the realization of actual benefit, beyond just making a phone call, snapping a pic, and searching the web (we can do that with a much cheaper phone). .. ADHD related issues are also exacerbated with age, amplifying the challenges and putting realization of benefit that much further out of reach. If the Surface Due is a benefit, show people how, precisely with detail; otherwise it is only another expensive phone.
new windows features
I had to buy a new computer because the screen broke. I like the new version of windows included. lots of new features!
Tabbed pages/sections in MS Word
In MS Excel, I can have several tabs within a spreadsheet – one for income, one for expenditure or one for January, one for February etc. These are all part of the same spreadsheet, part of the same file, but are separated out into different sections. I want the same thing for MS Word. I often write reports, some of which are long and complex. When writing reports, I would like to be able to separate sections onto different tabs – as with Excel, they would all be part of the same file, the same Word document, just separated. When writing one part, I will often want to refer to a section near the beginning – Word only allows me to do this by scrolling through the document to find the relevant part somewhere near the beginning, then scrolling down through the document to get back to page 257 where I am currently writing, then scroll through again to find the stats on page 162 (if I can find them) then back to page 257 again etc. The only way around this at present, is to write and save each chapter as a separate file and flick between several different files to find the information I want. Then at the end, I have to merge all the files into a single document. I can do it, but it is a lot of messing around. It would be so much easier if I could save it all in a single document, but, as with Excel, save each section or chapter in a separate tab within the one document, which could be kept open at the relevant page. Spreadsheets have always had tabs for this. But not Word Processors. Is it possible to have the ability to write separate chapters in different tabs within a single Word document? To anyone writing long, multi-chaptered reports or documents it seems such an obvious addition to Word. And yes – I am aware that I can do something like this in OneNote, but OneNote isn’t a Word Processor and doesn’t have the same features. I really need this to be a feature in MS Word. I am sure I am not the only person writing multi-chaptered documents who would find this useful.
touchpad settings disappeared
i cannot find the touchpad settings and also touchpad in device manager
Starting Word Without Displaying the Word Splash Screen
Tired of seeing the Word splash screen every time that you start Microsoft Word? You can create a shortcut to Word with a command-line switch on the desktop. Here's how: 1. Right-click the desktop, point to "New," and then click "Shortcut." 2. Type "winword /q" (without the quotation marks) and press ENTER. 3. Type "Start Word Without Splash Screen" (again without the quotation marks) and press ENTER. TIP: You can pin a shortcut to the taskbar for quicker access.
Microsoft Search is an enterprise search experience that increases productivity and saves time by delivering more relevant search results for your organization
Search Windows and the web from the taskbar to find help, apps, files, settings—you name it.You can also get quick answers from the web—like weather, stock prices, currency conversion, and much more—and get to websites faster by using links in the preview pane.
If your search bar is hidden and you want it to show on the taskbar, press and hold (or right-click) the taskbar and select Search > Show search box . If the above doesn't work, try opening taskbar settings. Select Start > Settings > Personalization > Taskbar. If you have the Use small taskbar buttons toggle set to On, you will need to turn ...
Windows Search is a desktop search platform that has instant search capabilities for most common file and data types such as email, contacts, calendar appointments, documents, photos, multimedia, and other formats that can be extended by third party developers. These capabilities enable users to find, manage, and organize the increasing amount of data common in home and enterprise environments.
Use Outlook's built-in search filters. Outlook provides you with a number of built-in search filters. To use the built-in filters, click in the Search box. Based on your preference, you can use Advanced Search by clicking the filter button on the right side of the search box. Alternatively, the Outlook ribbon will change to show the Search tab ...