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Uninstall or remove apps and programs in Windows
Select Start > Settings > Apps > Apps & features . Find the app you want to remove, select More > Uninstall. Note: Some apps can't be uninstalled from the Settings app right now. For help uninstalling these apps, follow the instructions to uninstall from Control Panel.
Change your app recommendation settings in Windows
Select Start > Settings > Apps > Apps & features. Under Installing apps , select one of the available options. To stop seeing app recommendations, select either Allow apps from anywhere or Turn off app recommendations (options vary by Windows version).
How to use the PC Health Check app - Microsoft Support
If you don't have PC Health Check installed, you can install it by going to https://aka.ms/GetPCHealthCheckApp and following the prompts to download and install the app. 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 .
Download and install the Microsoft Authenticator app
After your account appears in your Authenticator app, you can use the one-time codes to sign in. For more information and support on the Authenticator App, open the Download Microsoft Authenticator page. Next steps. Set up security info to use text messaging (SMS). Enter your mobile device number and get a text a code you'll use for two-step verification or password reset.
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 preparing, launching, and evaluating polls via the Polls app will be the same as the previous experience via the Forms app.
Sign in to your accounts using the Microsoft Authenticator app
Turn on phone sign-in. Open the Microsoft Authenticator app, go to your work or school account, and turn on phone sign-in. When you tap on the account tile, you see a full screen view of the account. If you see Phone sign-in enabled that means you are fully set up to sign in without your password.
Set up the Microsoft Authenticator app as your verification method
Set up the Microsoft Authenticator app from the Security info page. Depending on your organization’s settings, you might be able to use an authentication app as one of your security info methods. You aren't required to use the Microsoft Authenticator app, and you can choose a different app during the set up process.
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.
How to use the Microsoft Authenticator app
Open the Microsoft Authenticator app on your mobile device and select Begin recovery. Sign in to your recovery account using the personal Microsoft account you used during the backup process. Your account credentials are recovered to the new device.
Applies To: Microsoft account dashboard
What is Smart App Control? - Microsoft Support
You can find the settings for Smart App Control in the App & browser control panel of the Windows Security app. The fastest way to access these settings is: Tap the Start button in Windows. Type Smart App Control in the search box. Select the Smart App Control system settings from the results.