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Why do I have to keep signing on to One Drive?
I have Windows 10. Ever since an update in September I get these message several times a week from notifications-it used to be every day. "We need to fix your Microsoft account (most likely your password changed). (NOT SO) Select here to fix it in shared experience settings". Sometimes I get the message that I must be using a new device. (NOT SO) Anyway I got to setting and check "Fix" Then I sign in with my email and password. Then I have to wait to get an email with a code. If I use my computer, I have to sign in to my email which wants 2 step verification so I sign into another email to get that code. On an on it goes. It is very frustrating. Even after going through ALL the steps, if I want to save a Word Document (Word 2019 not 365) I have to sign in to the cloud again. The nerdy computer help for microsoft can't understand my question of she will connect me with a person, then after a few minutes it times out and says try again later. I am at my wits end and considering buy an Apple Computer.
OneDrive: Secure cloud storage, free with Windows
OneDrive offers storage for your files, ways to securely share files and work with others, ways to back up your documents, and more. Have a look at what it can do.
I have brought a assembled CPU which have install Windows 10 pro 64 bit and there in my setting Bluetooth on button is not available so how can i install Bluetooth driver and turn it on please help me about it
In Cyberpunk Photo Director
All the sudden in Cyberlink Photo Director when I click the Print icon it won't print, it will only say; save file. Even when it is saved to file you still cant print the picture. Nothing has been changed because you can't change Cyberlink Photo Director settings. I have gone to Cyberlink site and there isnt any info about this problem. Mine is version 5 and you cant even message a question because they want to know which version I have from there drop down box and version 5 isnt listed. I uninstalled then reinstalled it yet it is still the same and I use Windows 10 that was already installed. I contacted HP which is my brand and they said since it is a third party app. They cant fix it. Anyway I just wondered if anyone has had the same problem or knew a fix. Thanks, Sidnee
Clean up your PC for extra space
One of the greatest features windows 10 has to offer is Storage sense. Storage sense is a feature by windows that automatically gets rid of files you don't need like temporary files and contents of your recycle bin. Windows 10 also offers a storage manager that lets you see which type of files is actually taking up much of your storage on each drive. With these feature, you can manage your space efficiently by erasing the type of file that you don't need. To access storage manager and storage sense, simply open the settings app, then click on the system tab. Under it, click on storage and rule your storage without worries.
Microsoft account problem
I keep getting this message on one of my computers: "Microsoft account problem We need to fix your Microsoft account (most likely your password changed). Select here to fix it in Shared experiences settings." I select the the button and click the "fix now" icon and re-enter my PIN but the next day I get the message again. any advice?
MS Defender 101: Antimalware Client Version Update
👍 Update your Windows Defender via Windows Update, KB4052623. 👆 If you encounter error/glitch in the process, RESTART/REBOOT your PC/Laptop then CHECK FOR UPDATE again & everything will be all right. Details: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/update-for-microsoft-defender-antimalware-platform-92e21611-8cf1-8e0e-56d6-561a07d144cc 🤔How to check your "Antimalware Client Version"? ✨ Two ways to check the version ✨ ✔ Type in the search box, Windows Security ✔✔ click Gear Icon or Cog Icon(located at the bottom) ✔✔ click ABOUT or ✔ go to SETTINGS ✔ click Update & Security ✔ click Windows Security ✔ click Open Windows Security 👆 Follow ✔✔ 👍 ✨ Antimalware Client Version: 4.18.2104.10 ✨ 😎 Are you Updating your Shield??? 😎
win10 ver 2004, folder options bug? (fixed)
(Edit, not bad, not even 30hrs from first update with the bug and another updates that fix it were available) build 2019.10.17.6232201; Control panel -> File Explorer Options-> tab 'View' or any file explorer window -> tab 'View' -> Options-> Change Folder and search options both open almost same settings, and the 'Advanced settings' apply in both cases to all folders; now when i select 'Show hidden files, folders, or drives' and unselect 'Hide protected operating system files (Recommended)' which asks for confirmation, then i click on 'Apply' and 'OK' nothing happens, i go back to File Explorer Options-> tab 'View' , and what i selected & unselected before has been undone, i repeat everything once more and now the hidden files appear and the advanced settings has been successfully altered, however if i want to hide all those files again, i need to repeat it twice in order for it to work; can anyone confirm if it happens on his/her PC as well?
Latest update "broke" my Surface Pro 3
After installing the latest update my Surface Pro 3 went haywire. Windows for any/all apps were resizing and or closing themselves spontaneously. The caret/cursor was flying all over the place. Apps that had settings e.g. a metronome app, would reset all on its own. Thankfully, I was able to revert back to the previous build. So, WTF?
Does the "Search" Tool Make Navigating Your Computer Easier?
I use the "Search" feature frequently, I'm a big fan. For years I've wanted a simple search bar on my computer that could find mostly anything I'm looking for. That little magnifying glass in the bottom left side of the task bar can locate the files, programs, settings, even websites that best match my search. I work at MSFT and I'm curious about your thoughts & feedback. Thank you in advance!
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.
View display settings in Windows 10 Most of the advanced display settings from previous versions of Windows are now available on the Display settings page. 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.
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
Find app settings in Windows 10. Windows 10. More... Less. Most apps have their own settings—look for a gear icon in the app. Note: For some apps, you'll need to select the More icon before selecting the Settings icon.