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How to use multiple monitors in Windows - Microsoft Support
Choose a display option. To change what shows on your displays, press Windows logo key + P. Here's what you can choose. See things on one display only. See the same thing on all your displays. See your desktop across multiple screens. When you have displays extended, you can move items between the two screens.
Pair a Bluetooth device in Windows - Microsoft Support
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. If it's turned on without any Bluetooth devices connected, it might appear as Not connected . If you don't see Bluetooth in quick settings, you might need to add it.
Screen mirroring and projecting to your PC - Microsoft Support
On the PC you’re projecting to, launch the Connect app by entering “Connect app” in the search box on the taskbar, and selecting Connect in the list of results. On the device you’re projecting from, go to the screen mirroring settings (sometimes called cast settings), and select your PC to connect to it.
Set up dual monitors on Windows - Microsoft Support
Set up dual monitors on Windows. Make sure your cables are connected properly to the new monitors, then press Windows logo key + P to select a display option. Select Start , then open Settings . Under System , select Display . Your PC should automatically detect your monitors and show your desktop. If you don't see the monitors, select Multiple ...
Connect a wireless display to your Windows PC - Microsoft Support
Turn on your TV or projector. If you're using a Miracast dongle or adapter, make sure it's plugged in to the display. On your PC, make sure Wi-Fi is turned on. On the right side of the taskbar, select the Network icon > Cast, then select your display or wireless adapter. Follow any additional instructions on the screen.
How to spot a "fake order" scam - Microsoft Support
If you have an account with them, open your web browser to a new tab and use your own saved favorite or internet search to sign into your account. Then you should be able to see if this mysterious order actually appears in their system. Important: Never call the phone number, or click any links, in the email message.
Change screen brightness in Windows - Microsoft Support
If you don't have a desktop PC and the slider doesn't appear or work, try updating the display driver. In the search box on the taskbar, type Device Manager, and then select Device Manager from the list of results. In Device Manager, select Display adapters, then select the display adapter.Press and hold (or right-click) the display adapter name, then select Update driver and follow the ...
Block pop-ups in Microsoft Edge - Microsoft Support
There are many different types of pop-ups, including advertisements, notices, offers, or alerts that can appear at various times on any web page. Some can be helpful, such as when a bank website displays your monthly statement in a pop-up window.
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, and sign in to your work or school account. In the upper left corner of the window, select the app launcher > All apps > SharePoint.
Applies To: SharePoint in Microsoft 365
Saving credit or debit card info in Microsoft Edge
You can save your debit or credit card to your Microsoft account by choosing Save when you checkout. The saving card experience shown below varies in different regions. The option of saving your card to Microsoft account is available to you if you have turned on the below two settings in Microsoft Edge.
Applies To: Microsoft Edge