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KB5017811—Manage Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 and 1.1 after ...
Enable TLS version 1.1 and below (wininet and Internet Explorer settings) We do not recommend enabling TLS 1.1 and below because they are no longer considered secure. They are vulnerable to various attacks, such as the POODLE attack. So, before enabling TLS 1.1, do one of the following: Check if a newer version of the application is available.
Screen mirroring and projecting to your PC - Microsoft Support
After “Wireless Display” is installed, select Back to manage your projecting preferences on the Projecting to this PC page in Settings. On the PC you’re projecting to, launch the Wireless Display app by entering “wireless display” in the search box on the taskbar, and selecting Wireless Display in the list of results.
Connect a wireless display to your Windows PC - Microsoft Support
If your PC supports WiGig, you'll see a WiGig control in Settings > Network & internet > Airplane mode. On the right side of the taskbar, select the Network icon > Cast, then select your dock. Follow any additional instructions on the screen. Otherwise, you're done.
Internet Explorer mode in Microsoft Edge - Microsoft Support
For more information, see Learn More about Microsoft Edge . To turn on Internet Explorer mode, use the following steps. In the address bar for Microsoft Edge, type edge://settings/defaultbrowser and then click Enter. Slide the Allow sites to be reloaded in Internet Explorer toggle to ON. Restart Microsoft Edge.
Find your Wi-Fi network password in Windows - Microsoft Support
On a Windows PC that’s connected to your Wi-Fi network, do one of the following, depending on which version of Windows is running on your PC: On Windows 11, select the Start button, type control panel, then select Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center. On Windows 10, select the Start button, then select Settings ...
Fix Bluetooth problems in Windows - Microsoft Support
Then, try the following: Turn off your Bluetooth device, wait a few seconds, then turn it back on. Make sure your Bluetooth device is in range. If your Bluetooth device is unresponsive or sluggish, check to make sure it’s not too close to any other USB device that’s plugged into a USB 3.0 port.
Enable and disable your touchscreen in Windows - Microsoft Support
In the search box on the taskbar, type Device Manager, then select Device Manager. Select the arrow next to Human Interface Devices and then select HID-compliant touch screen. (There may be more than one listed.) Select the Action tab at the top of the window. Select Disable device or Enable device, and then confirm.
How to spot a "fake order" scam - Microsoft Support
1. The sender address. The sender's email address is often the first clue that the message is a fake. In this example they haven't even tried to make it look real. If Norton were sending you a real confirmation message it wouldn't come from a dodgy-looking Gmail address. It would come from one of their real domains, perhaps
Change your browser home page - Microsoft Support
Open Firefox, then select the three, horizontal lines next to the profile icon. Select Options, then select the Home icon. Under New Windows and Tabs, select the dropdown next to Homepage and new windows. Choose the option you prefer: Firefox Home (Default), Custom URLs, or Blank Page.
Troubleshoot screen flickering in Windows - Microsoft Support
Screen flickering in Windows 11 is usually caused by a display driver issue or incompatible app. To determine whether a display driver or app is causing the problem, check to see if Task Manager flickers. Then, based on that information, you'll need to update, rollback, or uninstall your display driver or update or uninstall the app.