orlbuckeye

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  1. Well if people in doctor and dental offices have access to private information they must be HIPPA certified. They are subject to big time jail time if they get caught. My sister works as a nurse in pain clinic and won't say anything about anything private.
  2. Well how did you install Windows 10. Did you do an upgrade from Windows 7 or 8.1? If you did the activation is done by a process called Digital entitlement. Which basically it verified that the OS your upgrading from 7 or 8.1 is authentic and then it records your PC information on MS's server. The in the newer builds instead of requiring a in place upgrade you could do a clean install of Windows 10 and enter the Key for the OS your upgrading to begin the digital entitlement process. If you have a OS that isn't eligble for the upgrade then you have to buy Windows 10 either OEM or retail and the full version comes with a key. The upgrade doesn't use a Windows 10 key it uses Digital Entitlement. You can download and create a DVD or USB to do a clean install after you completed the digital entitlement process. Windows 10 only uses a WIndows 10 key on the full install (non-upgrade version) either OEM or Retail.
  3. Great you have a backup. A clean install should work if you have problems with activating you can call MS. But it should activate fine since Windows 10 was previously activated.
  4. Performance varies depending on hardware. But Windows 10 has Edge browser which is tuned for new websites that use HTML insteas of the older activeX plugins, It runs the new modern apps. It's the most current OS so it will get the most attention from MS. New technologies will be developed to take advantage of Windows 10.
  5. You need the DVD software which OEM's usually will install
  6. Well I don't think it has anything to do with Onedrive. But you email has limitations on size of attachments. Pics and videos can be large sized files.
  7. Sometimes this happens with a specific type or brand of DVD's.
  8. I had this happen the other day. The update was flash player for IE. I googled the exact error message and an MS link was att the top then there was a link to manually do the update which I did. They I went and checked updates again and it was able to do the next update without errors.
  9. Try this http://troubleshootwindows.blogspot.com/2008/09/script-host-pop-up-annoying.html
  10. Your saying it's opened the file? What app is the file opened to? If it's word you should just have to save the file to Onedrive
  11. try this https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc738626(v=ws.10).aspx