Windows 10: Windows Hello Without Displaying Last Username
Windows Hello Without Displaying Last Username
I'm using Windows Hello to sign in to my laptop (Surface Book). I would like to enable the local security policy for Interactive login: Do not display last user name; however, when I enable this security policy, Windows hello seems to disable itself.
Is there any way to use both this policy and Windows hello at the same time?
I honestly have no idea what that page is called, but when I want to change save locations, none of my drives show up. It worked before but now it just doesn't want to display anything sadly. Here are a few pictures of what I am talking about.
Hi, I'm new to the forums, but I just went to use the Mail app in Windows 10 for the first time and noticed that a lot of my emails are being displayed in a weird way, mostly with images. Most notably with youtube emails:
Prior to a recent set of Updates Windows 10 would let me display windows side by side with no issues. Since these updates (WHICH I HAD NO CONTROL OVER)... When I select display windows side by side I get windows didplayed one above the other???...
I changed my username on Windows 10, and after a while I logged out. Then when I try to log back, it asks for password, but my old password doesnt work. I also tried putting blank password (not writing anything) but that doesn't work either.
I'm not sure how to phrase it, but on previous editions of Windows. My username would be my actual name. When I went to the User folder on my local disc, the user folder said EchoX which is my Microsoft email. How can I change it back to Joshua