How to Get Help in Windows 10

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If you’re having trouble with¬†Windows 10, you probably want to get answers as quickly as possible so you can get back to work. Fortunately, Microsoft builds a number of support services into its operating system and will even help you via phone or live chat. Here are five ways to get help in Windows 10.

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1. Hit the F1 Key

The F1 key is the original means of finding help, similar to dialing 411. Hitting F1 in an app often opens that program’s help menu, but for Windows 10 itself, the button only performs a Bing search in your default browser for “get help in Windows 10, ” which you could do yourself.

If clicking F1 doesn’t bring up such assistance, you may need to enable it by holding down the Start button while you press the key. Failing that, some systems require you to disable Function Lock, which is done by clicking the dedicated Fn Lock key.

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