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Setting Up Multiple Monitors
To work with multiple monitors, you need a graphics card that supports the feature. However, connections can be either VGA, DVI, HDMI, or DisplayPort. You don't need to shut down your PC before connecting another monitor to it. Windows 10 recognizes different monitors on the fly. To use multiple monitors: 1. While having a primary monitor connected to your PC, connect a second one. 2. To switch between options for multiple monitors, press Windows Logo+P. Keep pressing P while holding down Windows Logo until you find an option, and then release the Windows Logo key. Options for multiple monitors: PC screen only: Show the desktop only on the first monitor or laptop's screen. Duplicate: Clone the desktop on both monitors. Extend: Makes your first monitor primary and your second monitor secondary. This is useful if you want to run separate programs on different monitors. Second screen only: Show the desktop only on the second monitor or blank the laptop's screen before showing the desktop only on the second monitor. Note and tip: - If you have a laptop, you can connect a monitor or TV to it. Doing this depends on what connections for monitors or TVs that you have. - If you have a third-party graphics card program, you can control multiple monitors.
HP Stream 14-cbxxxxx windows 10 ver.1909 build 18363.1082
I have this set up with a 1TB external hard drive as a storage pool and a 128gb SD card. I am unable to create a recovery drive on a 32gb thumb drive. It transfers about 5 files and says unable to complete. Any ideas why?
Gmail não reconhece o equipamento e me bloqueia todos dias
Estou muito cansado de reclamar ao GMail (e-mail do Google) porque TODOS OS DIAS me bloqueiam com Alerta de Segurança/Alerta Crítica de Segurança e tenho que ficar tentando acessar por horas até conseguir. Daí recebo mensagens de 1º Login e de Equipamento Novo ( uso o mesmo micro há 15 anos e o Windows-10 Pro [ super-atualizado ] há 10 anos ( sou o 3º a usá-lo na América Latina ) ]. A minha esposa está em tratamento radiológico e preciso me comunicar com e-mail muitas vezes por dia, principalmente por não ter um celular. Mesmo quando informo senha, e-mail alternativo e a senha que me é enviada , o GMail continua não reconhecendo o equipamento. Como não reconhece e depois reconhece automáticamente como novo ??? A Provedora de Internet (Vivo) muda de IP todo login, não tenho controle sobre isso. O que estou fazendo que o Google não consegue entender, ou é estratégia de marketing somente para obterem algum dinheiro ( me mandar um SMS pago por exemplo ) ????
White / Black screen
Why when I just logged in with my pin before it went to that screen it was a white screen I never seen that happen before. and when I open chrome it blinks for a min black screen. I ran all the test like SFC /scan now before I was gone a bit and it said windows didn't find anything. and I have no viruses. Please give me some insight why this happened.
Printing color photos
I am not able to print color photos from my desk top. I can however print color photos from my I Phone and I Pad. When using my desk top I click on color but it prints in black and white! Can anyone help me?
ive been facing a problem in wifi connection there is red cross on wifi icon even there is no display of any internet on my pc
Windows 10 records history this way too?
Hello! In short, when I search the system drive, I get history items. How can I disable this? I disabled the history records feature in Windows 10. Here's a screenshot: https://scontent.fjed4-5.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/119586025_3285702304851843_1931789840911205369_o.jpg?_nc_cat=103&_nc_sid=730e14&_nc_ohc=o4ZiMrt8VCgAX-c3ca0&_nc_ht=scontent.fjed4-5.fna&oh=caec161fa8deb2e39072bfcc9f0ec1ab&oe=5F84E78B The history items in mind are like the two item seen at the bottom. I would like to disable this feature.
Backing up and restoring the registry
WARNING: Registry Editor (REGEDIT.EXE) is a very powerful tool that lets you make changes to the registry. However, incorrectly using Registry Editor can cause serious, system-wide problems that include hard disk corruption, general instability, or being unable to use your computer. It may be necessary for you to reinstall your operating system to correct the problems. Microsoft cannot guarantee that any problems resulting from the use of Registry Editor can be solved. Also, Microsoft does not support changes made to the registry. Use this tool at your own risk. Backing up and restoring your registry can be done by: - Exporting to the registry file for backup - Importing to Registry Editor for restoration - Creating a restore point for backup / using System Restore for restoration - Creating a system image for backup / using System Image for restoration To back up / restore your registry: 1. Press WINDOWS LOGO + R, type "regedit" and press ENTER. 2. Do the following: - If you want to back up one of the registry keys, navigate to any, click Export on the File menu, type the name, and then press ENTER. - To restore the registry, click Import on the File menu, find the file that ends with .REG, and then double-click it. PROFESSIONAL TIPS: Instead of importing to or exporting from Registry Editor, it's strongly recommended to either create a restore point or create a system image. That way, you can use System Restore or System Image Recovery in case changes to the registry can cause your computer a problem.
I can't figure out an easy way to set up a restore point in Win 10. It seems like all I can do is a backup. I had to reinstall Windows recently because I couldn't find anything about restore points. Did they get rid of this? If not, why isn't it easier to find? If they did get rid of it, bad for you guys. It was really useful.
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