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A friend of mine tried to change my windows 7 into an windows 10, he tried to install it but after some time the screen turned black and i can see only the volume button and 'ease of access'. I don't know what to do and i want my laptop to restart, even if it has windows 7 or 10. Help me
I would like to fink out if it is possible to control when updates are downloaded in windows 10. I know there is some control to schedule update times, but I'm specifically referring to downloading. In South Africa, Internet costs are quite high, so being able to schedule a download to only happen between midnight and 6am, would be SUPER great!!!! Up to now, Windows 10 is great, but this would really help a lot of people.
On a second note, adding a "Install now" feature would also be great considering the latest bug which could delete files, this would give users time to backup, or completely ignore the update.
If this doesn't exist, is there any way of sending this request to Microsoft? And will they even consider it or give feedback?
By Rajesh Ramtere
My application which is in Startup folder is not started after restarting the computer. I find some solutions on internet like
1. Hkey_Local_Machine\ Software\ Microsoft\ Windows\ CurrentVersion\ Policies\ System\ Set EnableLUA to 0 (See at right side - By Default it is set to 1)
2. Set User Access Control settings to lowest level
When i do this settings, my application which is in start up folder, application runs when machine restarts every time.. But this setting inhibit the operation of some MS programs like MS-Edge, Photo-Viewer, Skype Video etc. Resetting to default "1" and restart PC would resolved it. We need to look for better solution to this "security measure" by later Windows version.. Please guide me with better solution
I would like to create two administrator user profiles, one with complete control and one configured with (at least) two limitations:
1) the inability to move, delete, or otherwise modify executables (or other files, as needed); plan on doing that through making the primary administrator control a given file, and then assigning lesser rights to the secondary administrator.
2) the inability to enter safe mode, modify the registry, or change the time.
I want to give the primary administrator complete rights, so if something happens backup etc. is accessible.
1) First, need to know if it is possible (and won't screw up my system).
2) If it is, can this be done safely, and through group policy?
3) Also, can both users share the same programs, file settings, etc.?
I currrently have Win 10 x64 Home, but am planning to upgrade (the free, fully functional--but nagging) Win 10 Pro to use group policy--it has it, right?
I read that older versions of Windows allowed you to create a "superuser" profile with advanced properties; if I can't do this in Windows 10, would it be advisable to go back to Win 8 (or whatever version supported that feature)?
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