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We explain how to get help and advice with Windows 10. Windows 10 tips. Windows 10 guides. Windows 10 tutorials. Windows 10 tech support, and Windows 10 forums. Yup: this is the page about Windows 10 help. See also: how to upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 10.
Like it or not - and I like it -Windows 10 is here. And if you run most versions of Windows 8 or Windows 7 on your PC, laptop or tablet, you will be nagged until you accept the upgrade to Microsoft's all-new operating system. In general this is a good thing. Windows 10 offers new features, should be more responsive, and has been at least partly shaped by user request.
But it isn't perfect, and Windows 10 could be different to what you are used to. For a lot of people that difference will cause problems - Microsoft is not famed for guiding people through change in quite the way that Apple or even Google is. (Here's how to downgrade to Windows 7 or 8.)
So here we outline three great ways to get help with Windows 10. If you have a Windows 10 problem, the answer is here.
How to get help with Windows 10: from Microsoft
We wouldn't recommend you go down this route for just any minor complaint, but when you just can't find the help you need Microsoft has provided a safety net. In Windows 10 Microsoft has added an app called 'Contact Support. Just as you might imagine, this app gives you an easy way to contact Microsoft's Windows Support when needed.
The easiest way to access the app is to type "Contact Support" into the search box. In just a few quick clicks you can be connected by chat or phone to Microsoft Answer Desk. This is a one-on-one connection with a 'Windows 10 expert'. (You may use the term 'call centre operative', but either way you are getting help).
From this app you can also connect with Microsoft's own Windows community forums, or request that someone from Answer Tech rings you as soon as possible so you don't have to wait on hold or schedule a call at a convenient time. It even lets you know the current waiting time.
Again, we wouldn't suggest you always go to the Contact Support app. But when times are really bad, it is a great final call.
How to get help with Windows 10: top Windows 10 tips and tutorials
We would, of course, recommend our own extensive Windows 10 tips and tutorials. Of course we would.
Our editors have spent months using Windows 10, putting together simple guides and tips and tricks to help you to get to grips with Microsoft's new operating system. We've foused on petty irritants and new features, trying to respond to what we think will be the biggest gripes of new users who suddenly find Windows 10 thrust upon them. (We'd be delighted to help if you have a specific Windows 10 problem, by the way. Just let us know in the comments below.)
You can find all of our Windows tips and tricks here.
And here is a selection of Windows 10 tips and tutorials:
You can also find useful advice in our Windows 10 UK release date, price, features and Windows 10 review articles.
How to get help with Windows 10: independent Windows forum
Last, but very far from least, is the PC Advisor Windows forum. The PC Advisor forums are Europe's largest technology help resource, peopled by more than 300,000 forum angels, happy to help users with problems large and small. The PC Advisor Windows Help forum is the place to discuss new features and compatibility issues with all Windows operating systems. Fix problems with Windows 10, but also Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.
Search the forum for the answer to your question, or post your own question dealing with an issue with Windows 10 - whether on Windows PC, laptop, tablet or phone. Our experts will be delighted to help with any Windows problems you are having.
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Windows 10's new Windows Store is pretty easy to use, and we've already covered the basics -- how to find and download apps, and how to manage and protect your account. But there are a few other things you can do in the Windows Store, like checking out the library of apps that have been downloaded across your devices (even apps that don't work on your current device) and manually updating apps if you've turned off automatic updates.
Here's how to get the most out of the Windows Store.
Find all the apps you own Sarah Jacobsson Purewal/CNET
Windows 10 is designed to run seamlessly across multiple devices, so apps you download on your computer, tablet and Windows Phone are all logged in one place. To find these apps, open the Windows Store, click your account and click My Library.
Here you'll see a list of all the apps you've downloaded across all your devices, even if they're not currently installed on the device you're using. The apps are divided into two categories: apps that work on your current device, and apps that don't.
While you can sync installed apps across devices on Windows 8/8.1, you cannot sync installed apps across devices on Windows 10.
Rate, report or share an app Sarah Jacobsson Purewal/CNET
For obvious reasons, you can only rate apps that you have downloaded. To rate an app you own, navigate to its page in the Windows Store. Scroll down until you see Rate and review this app. Click the number of stars (1 - 5) you want to give the app and a review window will pop up. In this window you can adjust your star rating and write a 1,000-character review (with a headline).
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If you see an app that you think is spam, you can report it to Microsoft. To do this, scroll down to the bottom of the app page to the Additional information section. Under Report this app, click "Report this app to Microsoft." A reporting window will pop up; here, you can choose the reason for reporting (offensive content, child exploitation, malware or virus, privacy concerns, misleading app or poor performance) and write a quick 500-character note to Microsoft.
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You can also point out apps to friends via email, messaging, social-networking or other sharing apps. To do this, open up the app's page in the Windows Store and click the Share button under its name. This will open up the Share sidebar, from which you can send the app's info to a friend via one of your installed apps with sharing capabilities, such as Facebook.
Manually update apps Sarah Jacobsson Purewal/CNET
If you've turned off automatic app updates, or if you're looking for an update that hasn't been automatically pushed to your device, you can manually update apps in the Windows Store. To do this, open the Windows Store, click your account, and click Downloads and updates. Click Check for updates to find manual app updates.
Redeem a code Sarah Jacobsson Purewal/CNET
You can redeem app vouchers and Windows Store gift cards in the Windows Store. To do this, open the Windows Store, select your account and click Redeem a code. This will take you to Microsoft's online portal (you may need to sign in to your Microsoft account), where you'll be able to enter in your 25-character code or gift card to redeem it.
Customize your tiles Make the most of your Windows Start screen tiles by adjusting the sizes, where they are located, and what is listed.
Move any tile by clicking and dragging the tile. While moving a tile, if you need a larger view of the Start screen move the tile towards the top or bottom of the screen to zoom out. Use your mouse wheel to scroll left-to-right through your tiles. Any Desktop shortcut or program can be pinned to the Start screen by right-clicking the icon and choosing Pin to Start. In the bottom right-hand corner of the start screen is a magnifying glass with tiles, click this icon to get a zoomed out view of your Start screen. In this view, if you right-click on a group of tiles you'll be given the option to name group, which can be useful if you have a group of related tiles (e.g. games). In this view, you can also click and drag a group to organize your tile groups. Create a new speed bump between tile groups by moving a tile to a speed bump. Resize any User tile or Live tile by right-clicking the tile and choosing resize. If there is a tile you want on your Taskbar, right-click the tile and choose Pin to taskbar. Show admin applications on the Start screen by clicking Settings in Charms, click Settings, and change the Show administrative tools from No to Yes. In Internet Explorer 10, you can also pin any of your favorite web pages to your Start Screen. Windows 8 keyboard shortcuts Knowing at least some of the Windows 8 keyboard shortcuts helps make your Windows 8 experience much more enjoyable. Try to memorize these top Windows 8 shortcut keys.
Press the Windows key to open the Start screen or switch to the Desktop (if open). Press the Windows key + D opens the Windows Desktop. Press the Windows key + . to pin and unpin Windows apps on the side of the screen. Press the Windows key + X to open the power user menu, which gives you access to many of the features most power users would want (e.g. Device Manager and Command Prompt). Press the Windows key + C to open the Charms. Press the Windows key + I to open the Settings, which is the same Settings found in Charms. Press and hold the Windows key + Tab to show open apps. Press the Windows key + Print screen to create a screen shot, which is automatically saved into your My Pictures folder. See our Windows shortcuts page for a full listing of all Windows shortcuts.
Know your hot corners The corners on your screen are hot corners and give you access to different Windows features. Below, is a brief explanation of each of these corners.
Bottom Left-hand corner
The bottom left-hand hot corner of the screen allows you to access the Start screen. If you're in the Start screen and have the Desktop open, this corner opens the Desktop from the Start screen.
Tip: Right-clicking in the left hand corner opens the power user menu.
Top-left corner of the screen
Moving the mouse to the top-left corner and then down displays all the apps running on the computer. Clicking and dragging any of these apps to the left or right-hand side of the screen will snap that app to that side of the screen. Each of these open app icons can also be right-clicked to close or snap.
Right-hand side of the screen
On the full right-hand side of the screen will be given access to the Windows Charms.
Taking advantage of search The Search in Windows 8 has been significantly improved when compared to all previous versions of Windows. To search for a file or run a program in Windows 8 from the Start screen just start typing what you're trying to find or want to run.
As you begin typing, the results will start appearing on the left-hand side. The Search also supports limiting the search to apps such as Finance, People, Maps, Photos, Mail, Music, Videos, Weather, and much more. If what you are searching for is not a file or program, click on the app you want to use as the search. For example, if you were searching for "New York" and selected the Weather App you would be shown the weather in New York, NY.
By default, Search organizes the available Apps by how frequently they are used and then in alphabetical order. If you want to keep your favorite app at the top of the Search list, right-click the app and choose Pin. Pinning the app will lock it in place regardless of how often it is used. If there is an app you don't want (e.g. Finance) you can turn on and off any of the search apps through the PC settings, which is found under the Settings in the Charms.
Bonus tip: The Search is also found through Charms and can also be opened by pressing Windows key + F.
Running two apps side by side Any app can be pinned to the left or right-hand side of the screen. For example, open the People app and then press the Windows Key + . (period) to move that app to the right-hand side of the screen, pressing the same keys again will move it to the left-hand side, and pressing the same keys again makes it full screen. While an app is pinned, any other app or program can be opened and loaded into the available space on the screen. For example, in the picture below, we've opened a browser window and have the People app running to monitor our social networks.
Any open app can also be pinned using your mouse by clicking at the top of the tile and dragging it to the left or right-hand side of the screen.
Bonus tip: The Desktop can also be pinned to the left or right-hand side of the screen.
Note: For snap to work properly your resolution must be at least 1,366 x 768.
Windows 8 Task Manager The Windows 8 Task Manager has been significantly improved over previous versions of Windows. Some of the changes include a total percent usage of your Processes, improved Performance graphs, a Startup tab to see startup processes, and the App history tab (as shown below) for total resources an app. Press Ctrl + Shift + Esc to start exploring the new Task Manager.
Use a picture password to log into your computer Windows 8 includes a new feature called Picture password, which allows you to authenticate with the computer using a series of gestures that include circles, straight lines, and taps. Enable this feature if you want a new way to access your computer or have a hard time with passwords.
Open the Windows Charms. Click Settings and then More PC settings In the PC settings window click Users and then select Create a picture password Bonus tip: A four digit pin password can also be created and used to access your computer.
Take advantage of Windows 8 apps Windows 8 comes included with several apps to help you get the most from your computer. Below are just a few of the included apps.
Microsoft touts the People feature in Windows 8 because they understand how many people are using social networks today. In the People feature you'll be able to connect your Windows computer to all the major social networks including Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter. Once connected, you can pin the people app and monitor your social network (as shown below), use People in Search to find people, and get an overview of what is happening in all your social networks.
The Reader app gives you PDF support right out of the box.
The SkyDrive app gives you access to the Microsoft cloud service for storing photos, documents, and other files in a cloud and access or share those files easier.
Take advantage of the Windows Store and install one or more of the thousands of available apps designed for Windows 8. The Store is found in the Start screen, or use Search to search the Store app for any apps that you are trying to find.
Know the answers to common questions Windows 8 is the biggest change to Microsoft Windows since the introduction of Windows 95, which was released all the way back in 1995. Since so many people have grown up with Windows, it can be difficult to transition to a new way of doing things. Below, is a short list of the most common questions previous Windows users have.
Know the Jargon Knowing all the new jargon introduced with Windows 8 help improve your familiarity with Windows 8 and make it a more enjoyable experience. Below, are just a few links to the most commonly used Windows 8 terms.
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