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Finally!!! You can, of course, use a different mail client, but if you want to stick with Windows Mail there's a simple solution. Kept laughing in '08 when Google dropped Android in our laps. I for one do not own any Apple products because I detest a dumbed-down interface. have a peek here

Robert Aldwinckle --- Friday, December 13, 2013 4:44 PM Reply | Quote 2 Sign in to vote No touch pad used, although it is on my Dell M6700, which isn't a I'll try the Win+Shift+M next time and report if it seems to work. Simple UIs are incredibly HARD to design, code and execute. My zoom keeps coming on accidentally!

It only unminimizes what was last minimized (even if that was zero). However for those familiar with Windows it was the loss of a familiar friend that bugged them. Microsoft is a company moving forwards and it does not want unhappy customers or bad consumer reviews.

You can NOT treat the desk or laptops as a tablet. She also has the Metro bypass set up and boots directly to desktop as she (along with me) hates the windows 8 interface. Not only does switching screens take more time than simply launching a menu, it takes you out of context by pushing your work in the first application off-screen, making it easy My second, more recent, example proves that the device handling in the Command Only boot is less robust than the one in W8.1 Desktop.

So please stop saying its hardware related. Thankyou for any help you may have. A window opens top most and I can't send it keystrokes till I mouse clink inside it first. Display more comments Back to top Find a Review All Categories Laptops Tablets Accessories All Subcategories Business Desktop Replacement Gaming Multimedia Student Brand ASUS Acer Alienware Aorus Apple CTL Corp.

I just have vanilla 8.1 that I updated from 8.0 on my Asus G10AC desktop i7 PC that is seven months old. I'm using an HP notebook w/ A10 processor, and since the 8.1 update, I've had auto-minimization issues with my pc. If you have enabled My Computer icon on Desktop using Desktop Personalization window, you can right-click on the icon and select "Manage" option. Type MSCONFIG in RUN dialog box and press Enter.

My question is how can you change the name of the local service displayed in the service? They SHOULD have been on top of Office for iOS and Android immediately! I'm not completely sure if the Windows Store specifically was working, but I do know that the newspaper app was not and still is not. it will only happen to me once on start up and happens usually after 1 minute as my pc has a fast ssd (samsung 840 pro) fast processor i5 4670k and

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Gates needs to come back state side and continue his foundation but take a good, hard look at management. It's the Win+M minimize, and there's no way to undo it besides clicking every icon on the taskbar. Way too many options on the market today that replace MS's often needed in the past suites, OS and functionality. http://themenage.com/windows-8-1/windows-8-1-preview-apps-store-not-working.html Check [ ] Prevent windows from being automatically arranged when moved to the edge of the screen.

The easy way to avoid this problem is to pin the Bing (or Google) websites to your Start screen and use the browser, rather than the Bing app, for all your ChrisO 2016-09-20: On my windows 10 Surface Pro 3, the Tablet Mode screen in Settings does not have the option at all to toggle a switch for "Make Windows more touch-friendly". Share → Tweet 58 Responses to 9 Common Problems in Windows 8.1 Ann Marie says: March 9, 2014 at 6:47 pm If I take suggestion 2, I lose all of my

I uninstalled, checked yes when asked if I wanted to save the passwords, and reinstalled.

Not metro/Win7 packaged together on your workstation. Friday, August 29, 2014 7:08 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I never had this bug nor on my laptop or desktop...so it must be a program or When a REAL solution for the rest of us is determined, I'll gladly propose and approve THE answer. Later,after installing all updates available, a wifi issue occurred and instead or trying to roll back a driver[s] I used the only system restore point which was almost the out of

I'll report back when I'm done. No relation to reboots. Home News Windows Downloads Security Edge IE Office Phone General Forum About Fix: Windows Store not opening RECOMMENDED: Click here to fix Windows errors and improve system performance You may or Thursday, December 19, 2013 6:14 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Actually Robert, you might be on to something.

The first time you open Windows Mail, if the program doesn't recognize your login email address as Outlook or Hotmail.com, it asks you if that address is POP, IMAP or Exchange. The only way that I have been able to reproduce your symptom so far is to first click on the Show Desktop button and then press Win+M. Problem resolved. To turn this feature off, right click on a programs executable file.

As well, by default only Mac App Store programs and applications are 'installable'. I can be watching a short vid, and the commercial comes on at the same time as the video. MS, for whatever reason, neutered the Charms version of Ease of Access, so you won't find any of what Noel is recommending there. I have set a dark color for the title bar using your theme and another application.

Sunday, December 14, 2014 4:58 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I think you are correct....This just started happening to me, and in my case it was a Karen Says: May 26th, 2015 at 12:57 pm I am fed up with this touch screen crap! Messenger? Drag n drop between WinXP, 7, Vista, 8.1, Ubuntu...doesn't matter!

While I'll agree OSx is a 'simple' GUI on the face, it's HARDLY an OS of 'simplicity'. Macs retain value. I notice the mouse pointer is "working" when this happens like the PC is checking for a update or another program in the back ground. only thing u should know how to use it..

I've got two dozen Macs of all shapes, sizes, builds and age. Or try disabling third-party startup items one at a time to see if one of them is responsible.