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Windows 10 display is flickering
When I am on my main PC running Windows 10, I get display flickering. I kept installing the display driver but it kept going back to the Basic VGA driver then the Microsoft driver for AMD Radeon, even if I deleted the driver completely and changed Windows update's service to manual. Anyone know how to fix this? Here are my PC specs: Graphics card: AMD Radeon R9 255(according to Windows)/Asus RX290(according to my cousin who used to it in his main PC which is pre built) Processor: AMD Ryzen 9 390X Motherboard: Asus Tuf gaming B450M-Plus Gaming RAM: 32 GB Drive: Seagate Barracuda 510 M.2 NVMe Power Supply: Deepcool DA700 Case: CoolerMaster Masterbox 5 with RGB OS: Windows 10 LTSC 2019
Productivity Pro Tip: Find files quickly using Quick access in File Explorer
File Explorer is many people's favorite way to find their documents and files. In Windows 10, Quick access makes it even easier to get the files you use and need often.
How do I switch out of S mode in Windows 10?
Windows 10 in S mode is designed for security and performing, allowing only apps to be downloaded and installed from Microsoft Store. Until you switch out of S mode, you're not allowed to install a desktop app. Switching out of S mode is one way and free of charge. If you switch out of it, there's no going back. To switch out of S mode: 1. Press WINDOWS LOGO + I and click "Update & Security" > "Activation." 2. In the "Switch to Windows 10 Home" or "Switch to Windows 10 Pro" section, click "Go to the Store." (If you also see "Upgrade your edition of Windows," try not to click "Go to the Store.") 3. In Microsoft Store, the "Switch out of S mode" (or similar) page appears. Click the "Get" button. After seeing a confirmation message, you'll be able to install desktop apps outside of Microsoft Store.
Windows 10 wont boot up
Windows 10 loading animation appears, than whan I usually need to login black screen appears and blinking grey-black, cursor is there but nothing. Help!
Windows 10 upgrade
Our computer was a Win7 unit that got a free upgrade to Win10, it has continued to upgrade till Jan2019. Since then it continues to try but is unable then unloads updates that were just downloaded, is the a problem with the computer or windows. System continues to work fine and still have plenty of hard drive space left. Please help
Windows 10 Mail App
The mail app in Windows 10 will not keep Yahoo or Gmail on. The accounts have been linked, agreed upon and everything, but need to be "fixed" multiple times. I'm not overly dependent on them, so it doesn't really matter, but I wonder why. Also, some links will not got to their source from Mail. A large block with the link address in it pops up but clicking on it or the image with the link doesn't connect. And only on some links. Not a big bother, but annoying.
How was Your Experience with Windows 10 in Year 2020
Hi everyone, We are saying goodbye to year 2020 and welcome year 2021 and most of you have been using Windows 10 and had positive and negative experiences with Windows 10. I would like to know how was your overall experience with Windows 10 in year 2020?
Share your files with nearby sharing
Send files and links to another computer directly and quickly, with Nearby sharing using Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
Sync Apple iCloud contacts and files to your Windows 10 PC
With the iCloud app for Windows, you can store your photos, videos, email, calendar, files, and other important information in iCloud and on your Windows PC.
Narrator Home: Everything you need in one location
Narrator Home gives you everything you need in one place.
Find settings in Windows 10 Find your Windows settings in a snap! Select the Start button, then select Settings. From there, browse the categories or use search to find what you're looking for.
Select Start > Settings > System > Display. If you want to change the size of your text and apps, choose an option from the drop-down menu under Scale and layout. Learn how to change just your text size in Make Windows easier to see. To change your screen resolution, use the drop-down menu under Display resolution.
If you turn on Other Windows settings, Windows also syncs some device settings (for things like printers and mouse options), File Explorer settings, and notification preferences. For a complete list of settings that Windows can sync, see Windows 10 roaming settings reference. Open Sync settings
How to find Bluetooth settings in Windows 10. Here's how to find Bluetooth settings: Select Start > Settings > Devices > Bluetooth & other devices. Select More Bluetooth options to find more Bluetooth settings. You may need to expand your window to see the menu on the right. If you don't see the Bluetooth toggle in Bluetooth & other devices ...