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To View the Timezone: 1. Click on the bottom right corner of the desktop, where the time and date are located.
Article Id: 18014
Category: Troubleshooting

Clear the Java Cache Clearing the Java Cache erases temporary files and forces the browser to load the most updated versions of web pages and programs. 1. Click on the Cortana Start Button , type " c ", and select Control Panel at the top.
Article Id: 18155
Category: Troubleshooting

Windows Defender can be turned off temporarily from the program itself, but it will turn itself back on later. The steps below show how to disable Windows Defender completely. To Permanently Disable Windows Defender: Note : This method uses the Group Policy Editor, only available in Windows 10 Pro and Enterprise.
Article Id: 18614
Category: Troubleshooting

This will describe how to find Windows 10 IP address: 1. In the Cortana Search bar of your Start menu, type cmd and click cmd . NOTE: This can also be done using the Windows key + R and entering in " cmd ".
Article Id: 18152
Category: Troubleshooting

Windows 10: Generate a Wireless Network Report 1. Click the Start button in the bottom left corner of the screen. ...
Article Id: 19479
Category: Troubleshooting

After install or upgrading Windows 10, some computers experience problems interacting with the preferred printer. If your new Windows 10 computer is experiencing printer problems, installing a print driver may be your answer. To Install a Windows 10 Supported Print Driver...
Article Id: 17963
Category: Troubleshooting

To Manually Install a Network Adapter Driver in Windows 10: 1. Click the Start button in the bottom left corner of the screen, and type Device Manager into the Search bar.
Article Id: 19486
Category: Troubleshooting

To Release Your IP Address in Windows 10: 1. Click the Start button in the bottom left corner of the screen.
Article Id: 19481
Category: Troubleshooting

To Renew Your IP Address in Windows 10: 1. Click the Start button in the bottom left corner of the screen.
Article Id: 19484
Category: Troubleshooting

To Reset TCP / IP Stack in Windows 10. 1. Click the Start button in the bottom left corner of the screen.
Article Id: 19483
Category: Troubleshooting