Windows 10: Search using WinKey+query
Thanks, you've gone above and beyond the call.
Maybe it is the difference between Local and MSaccount ... something for me to try anyway.
Yeah, XP to Win10 is a learning curve. I tell people Right click everything ... everywhere - nothing is where you expect it.
That's what I did for a few months going from Win7 to Win8. I was more frustrated by not finding things where they were (especially network stuff) than by the cosmetic changes ... I was not put off by the missing start button and actually liked the Win8.1 Windows menu (I refuse to call it Start)
.. if you start with the Windows start menu - you'll soon stop. My view..
In the Windows 7, in order to do a search for a word or a phrase on the computer itself, not on the net, I would click on the windows key and then F. A small window would appear on the right hand corner. On it I would type the word I wanted. Say I...
According to the shortcut keys list, Winkey+V can Cycle
There is a lot of notifications in my action center, but there is no reaction after press Winkey+V on desktop or Winkey+A first then Winkey+V.
I have no idea how this...
Recently I was getting confused and frustrate that files I were searching for weren't being included in the search results for my queries. It seems that the search parameters are restricted to "Exact word/phrase" and not "Contains.
I use the WinKey + Arrows to move or resize open windows to half of the screen (left or right side). It's always been quick and easy. However with the upgrade to Windows 10, I now get a thumbnail of other windows that are open (in the picture...
Up until several hours ago, I could either press the Windows key ("winkey") + X, or <right-click> on the Windows icon at the left end of the task bar to pop up a very handy menu. Clicking on the Windows icon still pops open the Start Menu, though....