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MS Edge Version 90.0.818.42 Official Build "Question-?"
Hello Everyone, I have a question about the new Version of MS Edge 90.0.818.42 (Official Build) (64-bit) running on my Windows 10 Home Version 20H2 (OS Build 19042.928) with all current updates applied. The thing is, in Edge Under Settings/Profile/Personal Info, there is a list of Autofill information that Edge uses to speed up filling out forms on the net. I have turned this feature OFF (Just Now) the "Save and fill personal info" and it no longer suggests the information there. However! How do I "Delete" the information still visible there under this setting???... I have tried "Resetting Edge" and almost everything I could think of to try. With NO luck. What am I missing?... I know it's probably something very simple that I'm just not seeing👀 Thank-You For Any Help You Can Offer ______________________________________________________________ I Found It! 😲 If you have this same problem go to : 1-Clear browsing data 2-Choose what to clear 3-Autofill form data (Includes Form and cards) That's it 😊 Enjoy!
cannot receive nor send an email!
I would so appreciate a solution to this. I am on my email constantly, and since Tuesday I cannot send nor receive emails. I don't know what I did nor how to fix it. Would so appreciate any suggestions. I have Windows 10, Google, and Outlook Express....
My PC say missing operating system
Hi so I ungraded from windows 7 to windows 10 unfortunately yesterday it said missing operating system I made a windows media to boot from but my PC didn't read it I did a hard drive check in the BIOS but it say it is fine Here are the specs of the pc Intel Pentium dual core HP p/n:5189 mother board Wd 180gb hdd 1gb MB of ddr2 ram Cooler master cooling fan 8mb on board graphics ram 350wat power supply HP DVD drive Original operating system was Windows vista No expansion slots used Full form factor Built in SD card reader I think that all you need to know do you have a way to solve it I have very important information for my work also I checked that I was booting from the HDD and the DVD Pc don't support USB booting
Request/suggestion for a specified sound for system updates
This morning I experienced a download which (for whatever reason) did not complete. So, I used settings and downloaded again. 😀 All went well. However, I would not have known that there was a special icon at the bottom of my screen indicating 'attention' except for a family member mentioning this. For the future releases is it possible to include sounds which assist the visually impaired to respond to 'system attentions' 🤔 - would be helpful # JustAsking 😀
Explaining Edge Dev as DWB
Windows 10's default web browser is Edge (Chromium), which in this discussion will be called Edge GA (General Accessibility). The Edge "Insider" Dev Channel can, also, be run side-by-side with GA. Dev is stable & updates wkly. It has Features & abilities and flags that make it VERY exciting & enticing to use. It even has the Widget. It can be used constantly, same as GA. So, if using Dev due to all it offers, instead of GA, Win10 lets one pick its Default Web Browser. Make it Edge Dev. > Settings > Apps > Default Apps, scroll down to Web Browser & set it to Edge Dev. You can grab Dev here https://www.microsoftedgeinsider.com/en-us/download I have Edge GA, Dev & Canary, but use Dev & use it as the DWB. Cheers, Drew
Samsung Monitor (S27D390) has dark areas after update
After recent update of Windows 10 (current OS build 18363.1198) running on Dell XPS8500, my Samsung Monitor (Model S27D390 - functioning as monitor 2 of a two monitor set up) has dark areas that change when I reboot. Monitor 1 is functioning correctly. Anyone have any ideas about fixing this problem. I have loaded and run the most recent driver for the monitor.
I had a work PC configured, then Microsoft forced an update
Hi, I would like to ask a Microsoft Manager, (any department will do), how would you feel after you find that your working PC is not working anymore, while you have a customer in front of you waiting to start a recording session he paid for. I have a DAW, configured with 3 monitor and one professional Dante audio interface. I run a recording studio. My work is to record musician sessions in a dynamic way, following and inspiring artists to focus on creativity and music, not on technology. Today I had to cancel the session, a band that arrived from abroad, because the last Windows update left my system in a non operative status. I am working hard to recover the technical situation, but I think I have lost a customer. They asked me: why you do not use MAC? I decided to use Windows because I was curious to see if the belief that Mac OS is better for professional recording studio was correct. I gave Microsoft credit. But, this is the third time I have this problem. It is not acceptable. I will update (should I say upgrade) the systems to Mac, but as a short term solution I have to reconfigure the DAW. Do you know what I have to do to reconfigure my system and how long it will take me? I will tell you. Read the following log. 1. AMD Radeon HD 7770 Ghz Edition - driver gone - I had to reinstall - 40 minutes 2. wrong resolution on display n.2 (LG ultrawide HDMI) - 10 min. 3. three desktop - on the display n. 1 I have icons of the previous n. 2 / on display 2 there is nothing / on disp. 3 a mess - 20 min. 4. The color management is gone! I had to run Spider5Express on 3 monitors to recalibrate the colour - 1 hour and 30 minutes 5. Audio: reconfiguration I will continue later... but... Gentleman, my feeling now is that my DAW is not really mine! Microsoft have the control on my belonging. I pay for something that I have to disconnect physically from Internet otherwise I can not avoid updates? This is unacceptable and ridiculous.
Is there a way to wait to install an update
I have tried to turn off windows updates but even when I go in and disable them, they still manage to turn themselves off. I only find out when I got to turn off my laptop and my options are update and restart or update and shut down. I like to be there when it's updating and sometimes I want to go to bed. So what are my options ....I have to sit there and wait for it to update. Why can't they give me an option to ignore update for now and shut down normally. I feel like I have no control over my computer updating. On my apple devices it tells me when there is an update available and I can decide when it's a good time for me to update. Is there some way around this? I'm in the market for a new laptop and I am seriously wondering if I really want to get another windows laptop because of the lack of control over the updates.
File transfer using USB with Android Tablet
I'm trying to update the OS on my Lenovo A10-70F Anroid Tablet now running Version 4.4.2. I want to use a USB connection. I've followed all the instructions on how to make the connection and have successfully connected. However, although the icon for the Tablet shows in Devices and it shows as connected on the Tablet, I cannot see a icon on File Explorer and therefore cannot see the files on the Tablet in order for me to copy the file I have on my Windows 10 laptop to the tablet inorder to drag the file to update to Android 5.0. The AutoPlay dialog box does not appear, so I have to view files manually. Can anyone help me solve this problem? Thanks for your help Ken
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 ...