Is it possible to Colourise the file names in File Explorer in Windows 10? I know I can change the folder icon and can also compress a folder or file, but I would like to colourise the file names to differentiate files from other. Not sure if compression would really work for what I want to do. Any suggestions?
NEED HELP WITH WINDOWS UPDATE Wndows 10:Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3156421) - Error 0x800706beWindows 10
i have three errors when I try and update with windows update Windows 10 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3156421) - Error 0x800706be Security Update for Adobe Flash Player for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3144756) - Error 0x800706be Update for Windows 10 Version 1511 for x64-based Systems (KB3140741) - Error 0x800706be I recently had to restore my windows 10 from an earlier backup and that's when this started. How do I resolve the windows update The windows update has not worked since that time.
Dear Community Forum I cannot link into a Tab linked into and within a Website to Apply for a specific advertised role option within a recruitment Agency website. They cannot help me as it appears to be my PC problem. There website is the only one I have difficulty with. I use many and I'm thinking is it a specific program that they use that I don't have accessibility to, or have I set up something that blocks those links or tabs occidentally. I would love a step by step answer. Thank you Shirley
So I've got a bunch of different pictures cycling as my background and I want my accent colours to automatically change with them. Unfortunately it seems to only choose a colour of the first image and stick to it. Is there a way to get the accent to change with the background like in Win 8.1?
I cannot seem to highlight more than one picture at a time. I am trying to put them all in a folder and I am having to do each one individually. I have read suggestions of highlighting the first one and then, using the shift key, highlight the last picture and then 'ctrl A' That is not working. Ctrl A does nothing any way I try it. Using the shift key does nothing. Can anybody help?
Windows 10 will not accept my password which I have been using for windows 7 for years. I have to turn my lap top on and off a number of times before it will allow me to use it. Why is this. If it continues then I will go back to windows 7, which I never had a problem with
I have just purchased a brand new Toshiba L-70 satellite laptop today and constantly have this repair loop problem also. No upgrade and am using my old Toshiba laptop to send this message for HELP. I have only installed a few programs but from all the reading I have done it appears as soon as anyone tries to install anti-virus, no matter who it is from, this issue occurs. I do not have a CD or know no way still after all this reading how to sort this problem. I have several reboots done a full restore to no avail and cannot access anything aside from this blue screen. The laptop worked great until 3 times now have installed all my old programs from my other laptop, downloaded from net not from a portable hard drive either, and left my security software till the end and only then this problem starts to happen. Can somebody please help? I have Norton my laptop I am using now and never had any issues, also on my phones without any issues either. All seems to stem back to windows 10. Am desperate to get fixed as I am only a basic user and do not know much about the innards of computers.
Every now and then I receive a call from a person in a far off land, India or Bangledesh, claiming they are with Microsoft and they have been receiving messages from my computer that I have a problem and if I dont fix it I will loose all my data and the computer will crash. USA here What should I do? I am using windows 10 Jim R
I wish to delete the passcode I use to open my computer, but can't seem to find out how. I don't want to delete my Windows account password, just the "entry" one. When I open the setting, the only available option is to change it, but that isn't quite what I'm looking for in the settings.
In Windows 7, I can define a function key under the property of Calculator and then I can easily to open it every time by simply pressing the pre-defined function key. I can't find the property info for Calculator under the Windows 10. any ideas?