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Virus & threat protection in Windows Security - Microsoft Support
Curate your notifications. Windows Security will send notifications about the health and safety of your device. You can turn these notifications on, or off, on the notifications page. In Virus & threat protection, under Virus & threat protection settings, select Manage settings, scroll down to Notifications and select Change notification settings.
Applies To: Microsoft account dashboard
Sign in to SharePoint - Microsoft Support
Sign in to SharePoint. SharePoint is a browser-based app that you connect to through your web browser, like so: Go to office.com, and sign in to your work or school account. In the upper left corner of the window, select the app launcher > All apps > SharePoint. Tip: If you don't see the SharePoint app under All apps, use the Search box near ...
Applies To: SharePoint in Microsoft 365
Fix USB-C problems in Windows - Microsoft Support
Select the Start button, then type device manager and select Device Manager from the list of results. In Device Manager, find the device. It should be marked with a yellow exclamation point symbol. Choose the device, press and hold (or right-click) it, and then select Properties.
Device protection in Windows Security - Microsoft Support
Windows Security provides built-in security options to help protect your device from malicious software attacks. To access the features described below, tap the Windows Start button, type windows security, select it from the results, and then select Device security. Notes: What you actually see on the Device security page may vary depending ...
Prevent changes to security settings with Tamper Protection - Microsoft ...
Change the Tamper Protection setting. In the search box on the taskbar, type Windows Security and then selct Windows Security in the list of results. In Windows Security, select Virus & threat protection and then under Virus & threat protection settings, select Manage settings. Change the Tamper Protection setting to On or Off.
Microsoft Store & billing help
Payment, billing, and Microsoft Store help. Payment and billing help includes info about how to renew or cancel a subscription, request an exchange or refund, redeem a gift card, and view account balances. For the Microsoft Store on Windows, get info about downloading apps and games, and managing your settings. Get help.
How to change your Xbox gamertag | Xbox Support
Select your profile to sign in. Scroll right to Settings, and then select Profile. Select Edit Profile > Gamertag > Enter New Gamertag. Enter a new gamertag (up to 15 characters) into the space that's provided, and then select Done. If the gamertag you entered is already taken, you'll be prompted to try another gamertag.
Wi-Fi network not secure in Windows - Microsoft Support
Windows 11 Windows 10. You might see a notification that tells you that you’re connected to a Wi-Fi network that’s not secure because it uses an older security standard. For example, this can occur if you connect to a Wi-Fi network that uses WEP or TKIP for security. These security standards are older and have known flaws.
Pair a Bluetooth device in Windows - Microsoft Support
Here's how: In Settings: Select Start > Settings > Bluetooth & devices , and then turn on Bluetooth . In quick settings: To find the quick setting for Bluetooth, select the Network, Sound, or Battery icons ( ) next to the time and date on the right side of your taskbar. Select Bluetooth to turn it on.
How to change your Xbox gamertag | Xbox Support
Select My profile > Customize profile, and then select your current gamertag. Under Choose your new gamertag, enter the gamertag that you want in the available text box, and then select Check availability. You may receive a message that says your desired gamertag is unavailable. If so, try again until one is accepted.