Uninstall or remove apps and programs in Windows
Uninstall from Control Panel. In search on the taskbar, enter Control Panel and select it from the results. Select Programs > Programs and Features. Press and hold (or right-click) on the program you want to remove and select Uninstall or Uninstall / Change. Then follow the directions on the screen.
App permissions - Microsoft Support
Here's more info on what permissions allow an app to do: Access all your files, peripheral devices, apps, programs, and registry: The app has the ability to read or write to all your files (including documents, pictures, and music) and registry settings, which allows the app to make changes to your computer and settings. It can use any peripheral devices that are either attached or part of ...
Change your app recommendation settings in Windows
Windows 11 Windows 10. Select Start > Settings > Apps > Apps & features . Next to Choose where to get apps, select one of the available options. To see recommendations, select Anywhere, but let me know if there's a comparable app in the Microsoft Store . To stop seeing app recommendations, select Anywhere.
Manually add an account to the Microsoft Authenticator app
Open the Authenticator app, select Add account from the Customize and control icon in the upper-right, and then select Work or school account. Select OR ENTER CODE MANUALLY. Enter the Code and URL from Step 1, and then select Finish. The Accounts screen of the app shows you your account name and a verification code.
Get help with the Polls app for Microsoft Teams
The Polls app, powered by Microsoft Forms, is a more discoverable way for everyone in your organization to add polls to your Teams meetings. Since November 2020, you had to add a tab—the Forms app—to your meeting to use polls in Teams meetings. Now you'll add a new app called Polls as an option for your meeting tab. The experience of ...
Sign in to your accounts using the Microsoft Authenticator app
The Microsoft Authenticator app helps you sign in to your accounts if you use two-factor verification. Two-factor verification helps you to access your accounts more securely, especially while viewing sensitive information. Because passwords can be forgotten, stolen, or compromised, two-factor verification is an additional security step that ...
Set up the Microsoft Authenticator app as your verification method
Select Security info in the left menu or by using the link in the Security info pane. If you have already registered, you'll be prompted for two-factor verification. Then, select Add method in the Security info pane. On the Add a method page, select Authenticator app from the list, and then select Add. On the Start by getting the app page ...
What is Smart App Control? - Microsoft Support
Smart App Control adds significant protection from new and emerging threats by blocking apps that are malicious or untrusted. Smart App Control also helps to block potentially unwanted apps, which are apps that may cause your device to run slowly, display unexpected ads, offer extra software you didn't want, or do other things you don't expect.
How to use the PC Health Check app - Microsoft Support
Check Windows 11 eligibility. If you’re currently running Windows 10, PC Health Check provides a comprehensive eligibility check for your device to ensure it meets the Windows 11 minimum system requirements.. You’ll get info on why your device is or isn’t eligible, plus info on what you can do if your device doesn’t meet the requirements.
Choose language settings for your keyboard, websites, and apps
Select Start > Settings > Time & language > Language & region. Under Preferred languages, select the language that contains the keyboard you want, and then select Options. Select Add a keyboard and choose the keyboard you want to add. If you don't see the keyboard you want, you may have to add a new language to get additional options.