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Microsoft's Support really sucks
I am unable to send an email to a client - seriously, COMPLETELY UNABLE - to send an email to one of my clients with Microsoft Windows 10 Outlook because every time I type in her email address, the program 'corrects' her email address to her phone number. And there is NOBODY at Microsoft willing to fix it or answer the problem. I expect better service from a company with this much of our money and with this much market saturation. I have already looked at several conversations and the only answers I have seen involve trying to find every email, text or other communication I have ever had from any source with this person and try to delete them all - which is not possible. Anyone else?
2 contradicting messages of updating from settings
When I checked my settings the first message says "You're up to date" but the message below says "You're currently running a version of Windows that's nearing the end of service. We recommend you update to the most recent version of Windows10 to get the latest features and security improvements." I have no idea what's going on.
Can anybody help me it saying that my security is controlled by organization how do I change that
Persistent Windows Account Notification
Whenever I boot my computer (windows 10) I get a notification saying "We need to fix your Microsoft Account (most likely you password changed). Select here to fix it on Shared experience settings." I click on the notification and then the "Fix now" button below the red "Some of your accounts require attention" message. From there a dialogue window opens up, but it never loads. The previous screen has the option to give feedback however I need to be logged in to leave feedback. I click log in and I see the same empty dialogue window pop up, so I'm guessing it's the same log-in problem. So how do I resolve this self perpetuating problem? How do I satisfy or disable this incredibly persistent notification?
Windows 10 still shutting down after 15 minutes?
Hi, this is the first post I've put up here asking for help. I didn't post this in answers.microsoft.com (Microsoft Community) because I had this issue only once and never since, hope it doesn't come back again. A usual day at the laptop, I pressed Alt + F4 and hit Enter to Shut Down Windows 10, and left my laptop over to it. Back when I came to close the lid (thinking that it had shut down, as usual) actually after some 15 minutes, still the screen was displaying "Shutting Down" and was loading in a blue background like this: https://cdn.wccftech.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/shutdown.jpg.eeb8a2adb9dc03eac731f9be7b42b1ba-1024x516-1.jpg I got impatient and did a force shutdown by pressing and holding the power button, but as far as I know, doing a forced shutdown isn't good. What should I do if this occurs once again?
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Does Microsoft ©®™ plan to support Windows 12 and 14 ? ? ?
If so I will probably be holding off any decision to buy until Windows 16 is released . . .
Win 10 Pro mouse/keyboard issues
I recently purchased an i7 desktop, running Win 10 Pro. I've previously had/have several Win 10 machines, but not one with "Pro". I am having a problem with the mouse and keyboard. After the machine has been running for a while (a half hour or so) the mouse gets "jerky" and sometimes unresponsive to movement, or movement is delayed. Similarly the keyboard will slow down, or drop characters. Rebooting the machine clears the problem, and then it again slowly degrades over time. I have tried a selection of mice and keyboards, wired and wireless without improvement. The machine is quite capable, i7 chip, 16gig RAM, SSD drive, etc., and is not bogged down with background apps. Any ideas?
Bluetooth headphones not loud enough
Model Sony WH-CH701N. System: VivoBook_ASUSLaptop X512DA, Processor AMD Ryzen 5 3500U, Speakers Realtek Audio Volume is maxed out, the loudness enhancement is on. The headphones volume controls are coupled to the system controls is there a way to decouple it? Audio driver is up to date. The same problem if I use the audio jack with the headphones. Thanks
Les mises à jours et les erreurs?🎶🎶
Depuis quelques temps, des mises à jours donnent des erreurs. 0x8007042b,0x80242008.Certaines sont résolues. D'autres arrivent de temps en temps. Bonne lecture.🥙🥙
If the problems aren't all resolved, try running the troubleshooter again to check for additional errors, or see Fix Windows Update errors and follow the troubleshooting steps. For more Windows Update troubleshooting info, see Troubleshoot problems updating Windows 10. Check for Windows updates
Troubleshooting history. Windows keeps track of the critical and recommended troubleshooting run on your device so you know what problems we’ve fixed. To find troubleshooting history, go to Start > Settings > Update & Security > Troubleshoot > Recommended troubleshooting history.
To do this and to follow the additional troubleshooting steps listed below, first visit the Microsoft Mouse and Keyboard Center, select the download version you want to use, and follow the instructions to install it. To disable the wheel button.
Technical Level: Basic Summary. This article provides basic troubleshooting steps that you can try if you get no sound at all within Windows 10. These steps were originally published in the help topic: Fix sound problems.Videos for each of the steps are provided at the end of this article.