|Subject||Posted By||Forum||Category||Last Activity||Activity|
|task bar icons||Lefty||Microsoft||Windows||1 month ago||2 Replies|
|search on website||Lefty||Support||Uncategorized||3 months ago||1 Reply|
|Thanks for the easy update, Paul||Lefty||Community Feedback||Paul||3 months ago||1 Reply|
|Find My Surface Book||Lefty||Support||Hardware||6 months ago||3 Replies|
The icons on my Task Bar now have a label attached when the App opens. (I do not want a label. It clutters the Task Bar and keeps changing as Apps open and close) A. Is this a new feature with the Win10CU or did I inadvertently turn something on? B. How do I shut this off? I've spent way too much time on this nagging distraction, and even consulted the newest edition of Windows 10 Field guide.
Thanks for your help.
I can't find a search icon on the website. I assumed if I was looking for an archived articled or podcast, I could do a search and find it. But I don't see a place to search. I don't think I'm blocking any scripts.
I just looked in my spam folder and there was an email from the Windows Field Guide publisher for the new update. I opened the email, followed the link, and downloaded the update. No sign-in. No obscure password. It couldn't have been easier.
Mr. Thurrott's Win 10 Field Guide discusses "Find My Device" in Settings/Update & security. There's even a screenshot. But I checked my Surface Book, and it's gone! So I looked in my MS account, and my phones have "find my phone," but my laptops have squat.
Win 10 wants to know the "location" of my Surface Book, but Maps only shows my "default location," not my actual location. I'm a little surprised. Should I have bought a premium laptop and not settled for a Surface Book? My phone has a cellular connection, but so does my Surface Book (I have metered Internet). Certainly, I would've thought if they can find my phone they can find my connected laptop.
Is it just me?