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Staying safe from email & chat scams
Windows Defender engineer Erik Wahlstrom explains email and web chat scams - how to spot them, what to do if you see one, and how to protect your online safety.
need admin status to install printer driver?
I'm trying to install an HP ML-2510 printer driver. Win 10 is giving me a message asking if I want to allow this app to make changes to my device and to enter an admin user name and password. There is no space to enter it and I get the same message when I try to access User Account Control. I'm wondering why I need admin access to install a printer driver on a home computer? Is this an indication of a problem or does Win 10 actually require admin login for this? If admin login is required how do I give myself admin access without having admin access? There are no passwords set on the computer I just can't get to the screen.
How to Migrate Exchange to Office 365
There exist several reasons as to why you should migrate from Exchange Server to Office 365 environment. Some of the causes are real-time synchronization and enhanced security features, reliability, reduced hardware and software maintenance costs, reduced administration and staffing cost, easy-to-manage multiple user accounts, flexible subscription plans, user-friendly and easy-to-use interface with great phone and web support. However, to avail these facilities, you will, firstly, have to migrate mailboxes from the Exchange to Office 365. In the below sections, you will learn the various ways to do so. Exchange Server to Office 365 Migration A database administrator (DBA) can migrate all mailbox items such as emails, calendar, contacts and other data items from user Exchange Server mailboxes to Office 365 environment. Learn more about it : https://www.o365cloudexperts.com/blog/migrate-exchange-to-office-365-using-cutover-migration
when i open my hp laptop only 1st icon is opening other icon is not opening ,after click on the other icon only first icon is open
Can signing in Windows device w/Outlook be a problem 🤣🤦♀
I just had to rest my device yesterday, because there is a file popping up all over the place and my device started running so bad that I almost wasn't able to reset Windows. I think I know what the file is, but I don't think my device does. Or it might and I might be completely wrong. I think there are 2 different scenarios that are going on, which I think are causing many different problems. First, I had to reset my device about 6 months ago. When I signed back in, I didn't use the gmail account that I first used to set up the device and it was setup as the administrator account, instead I use my Outlook acct. making it the admin, well my gmail is ported into my Outlook. I read online once you make an admin account that the device never forgets it, I don't know if that is true. The reason I'm saying this, is because I think my device might be recognizing that my gmail account used to be the admin on my device, because that little user icon file is showing up in my file explorer with the gmail's username by it, its never even done that with my outlook account. On the other my hand, I have what's going on with that file that's popping up everywhere, which is using up so much of my memory that I received a code on my Windows Report saying I have a memory link. Second, if I make a Microsoft account with an Outlook email, then sign into a Windows 10 device, will the Windows 10 device see or recognize the email addresses that is ported into my Outlook account? If so, can that cause any problems with the Windows 10 Device? Because of that user file, it seems like my device has recognized my gmail account as being an admin acct. on there before, but on the other hand it seems like it doesn't recognize it being ported into my Outlook acct. because I have all those user files EVERYWHERE. Any help will greatly be appreciated. So, is any of this possible or I'm a way off ? Do I just have a virus? 🤣😜🤷♀️🤦♀️🤣😜
To change the default Pc administrator name
When installing windows in my computer the installation boy gave a odd name "user" which I want to change and at that I want to give my name. I tried to change the user profile manly times it was changed but it also shows the previous name "user" and after changing I couldn't get some of the permission such as to open folder option using shortcut menu asking for a permission from the administrator but previous one was not asking for the permission to do this simple tasks. Overall I want to remove that previous admin.. name and give my name a new admin... name. Please clarify how to do it. Thank you,
Zoho mail to Office 365 migration.
Can any help me in how to migrate Zoho mail to office 365? Genuine answers would be apprieciated. Thanks.
Safeguarding your computer with Windows 10 in S mode
More playtime, less stress. Windows 10 in S mode keeps it simple. Access any app you want in Microsoft Store without ever worrying about security.
sign in on windows 10
I would like to know how come they require either password or a code to sign option they require you to have Microsoft account what happen to the guest mode if you use this windows for home you should be able to get on your computer without a password its for your personal use ty mark edwards
Hi Community, Having been refused over a number of submissions to recover my Microsoft Primary Account, I am wondering if my email outlook.com may not be country specific for the UK user or should outlook.co.uk be right or both? Any answers for a Microsoft 10 beginner would be appreciated. I am a past user of 7 and then 8.1 but 10, I just find rather user unfriendly for an old codger of 74. Regards, Les.
Create a local user account Select Start > Settings > Accounts and then select Family & other users. (In some versions of Windows you'll see Other users.) Select Add someone else to this PC.
Select Start > Settings > Accounts > Other users (in some Windows editions, it may be labeled as Other people or Family & other users). Under Work or school users, select Add a work or school user. Enter that person's user account, select the account type, and then select Add. If you need to remove that person's sign-in information from your PC:
To open User Accounts, click the Start button , click Control Panel, click User Accounts and Family Safety, and then click User Accounts. Click Manage another account. If you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation, type the password or provide confirmation. Click Create a new account.
Select the Start button on the taskbar. Then, on the left side of the Start menu, select the account name icon (or picture) > Switch user > a different user.