Jika Anda mengeklik sebuah kata di aplikasi Setelan Windows 10 lima kali, ini mengaktifkan mode Demo Ritel yang disembunyikan. Anda hampir pasti tidak ingin melakukan ini sendiri, tetapi mengetahui cara melarikan diri dari Pengalaman Demo Ritel adalah penting jika Anda pernah melihat nama “Darrin DeYoung” di layar masuk Anda.
PERINGATAN: Mengaktifkan mode ini akan menghapus semua file pribadi di PC Anda dan meresetnya ke pengaturan default pabrik. Jangan lakukan ini di PC rumah Anda! (Anda mungkin seharusnya tidak melakukan ini di PC mana pun. Kami melakukannya dalam mesin virtual.)
Cara Mengaktifkan Pengalaman Demo Ritel
Untuk mengaktifkan pengalaman demo ritel Windows 10, buka Pengaturan> Perbarui & keamanan> Aktivasi. Klik judul “Windows” di bagian atas halaman lima kali.
Anda akan melihat jendela “Ubah ke demo ritel” muncul. Sekali lagi, jika Anda melakukan ini, semua file pribadi Anda akan dihapus dari PC Anda dan itu akan dikembalikan ke pengaturan default pabrik. Jika Anda ingin melakukannya, klik “Ubah”. Anda harus terhubung ke internet selama proses ini.
Anda akan melihat layar yang meminta kode akses ritel, SKU peritel, dan ID toko ritel Anda. Anda tidak perlu menyediakan semua ini. Semuanya opsional, jadi Anda cukup mengeklik “Berikutnya” dan melanjutkan melalui wizard.
Saat menyiapkan Pengalaman Demo Ritel – atau mode “RDX” – Anda akan ditanya kapan Anda ingin menghapus akses ke akun Administrator. Jika Anda menyiapkan Pengalaman Demo Ritel di PC tampilan di toko ritel, ini akan memberi Anda waktu untuk menyiapkan PC yang Anda sukai sebelum memastikan tidak ada pelanggan yang dapat mengakses akun Administrator. Anda dapat memilih beberapa hari atau memberikan kata sandi akun Administrator yang dapat Anda gunakan selama yang Anda suka.
Setelah selesai, klik “Selesai”. PC Anda akan restart dan semua data pribadi Anda dan program yang diinstal akan terhapus.
Proses mengaktifkan Pengalaman Demo Ritel ditangani oleh layanan Demo Ritel. Bahkan, jika Anda menghapus layanan “RetailDemo” dan mencoba beralih ke mode Demo Ritel, Anda akan dapat melalui wizard, tetapi tidak akan ada yang terjadi di bagian akhir. Jika layanan ada di sistem Anda, maka PC Anda akan reboot dan mengaktifkan mode Demo Ritel.
Apa itu Pengalaman Demo Ritel?
Ketika PC Anda reboot ke mode Demo Ritel, itu akan secara otomatis masuk ke desktop Windows. Anda akan melihat bahwa nama akun pengguna adalah “Darrin DeYoung”.
Jika Anda pernah membeli PC dan melihat nama orang ini ketika Anda mem-boot-nya, PC tersebut adalah model tampilan dan masih dalam mode Demo Ritel. Toko harus mengeluarkannya dari mode Demo Ritel sebelum memberikannya kepada Anda, tetapi Anda dapat melakukannya sendiri menggunakan petunjuk di bawah ini. Di sisi lain, jika Anda mengharapkan PC baru-in-box dan bukan yang digunakan sebagai model tampilan, Anda mungkin hanya ingin mengembalikannya ke toko dan mendapatkan penggantian atau uang Anda kembali.
Aplikasi Microsoft Retail Demo Provisioning akan muncul dan secara otomatis mengatur semuanya.
Ketika dalam mode Demo Ritel, Windows akan secara otomatis meluncurkan aplikasi “Microsoft Demo Attract”, yang memainkan demo video dalam satu putaran. Jika Anda meninggalkannya, Anda dapat menggunakan hub “Demo Ritel Microsoft” untuk membaca tentang fitur-fitur Windows 10. Anda juga dapat mengklik di sekitar desktop dan bermain dengan Windows 10. Ini hanya mode khusus yang dirancang untuk mengiklankan Windows 10 di toko-toko, setelah semua.
Cara Keluar dari Mode Demo Ritel
Untuk meninggalkan Pengalaman Demo Ritel, Anda hanya perlu melakukan jabat tangan rahasia yang sama yang memungkinkannya di tempat pertama. Pada PC dalam mode Pengalaman Demo Ritel, buka Pengaturan> Perbarui & keamanan> Aktivasi dan klik “Windows” pos lima kali.
Klik tombol “Konfigurasi lanjutan” di bagian bawah jendela “Dapatkan demo konten dan aplikasi terbaru” yang muncul.
Klik tombol “Hapus” di sebelah kanan Hapus RDX pada layar pengaturan RDX Lanjutan.
Peringatan: Ini akan menghapus PC Anda sekali lagi, menghapus file pribadi apa pun, menghapus semua program yang diinstal, dan mengembalikannya ke pengaturan default pabrik.
Anda mungkin diminta untuk memasukkan kata sandi Administrator jika ada yang dibuat saat pengaturan Demo Pengalaman Ritel. Kami mendengar bahwa “trs10” berfungsi pada banyak PC Windows 10, sementara “trs80” berfungsi pada banyak PC Windows 8. Ini dilaporkan bekerja di PC di kedua Beli Terbaik dan Toko Microsoft, dan mungkin bahkan di tempat lain.
Setelah Anda memberi tahu Windows untuk menghapus Pengalaman Demo Ritel dari komputer Anda, itu akan mem-boot ulang dan mengembalikan PC Anda ke pengaturan default pabrik. Anda akan melihat proses penyiapan PC biasa, juga dikenal sebagai “Pengalaman Tidak Berada di Luar Kotak”, yang akan memungkinkan Anda mengonfigurasi PC untuk penggunaan normal.
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If you click a word in Windows 10’s Settings app five times, it enables a hidden Retail Demo mode. You almost certainly don’t want to do this yourself, but knowing how to escape the Retail Demo Experience is essential if you ever see the name “Darrin DeYoung” on your login screen.
WARNING: Enabling this mode will erase all the personal files on your PC and reset it to factory default settings. Don’t do this on your home PC! (You probably shouldn’t even do this on any PC. We did it in a virtual machine.)
How to Enable the Retail Demo Experience
To enable Windows 10’s retail demo experience, head to Settings > Update & security > Activation. Click the “Windows” heading at the top of the page five times.
You’ll see a “Change to retail demo” window appear. Again, if you go through with this, all your personal files will be erased from your PC and it will be restored to its factory default settings. If you do want to go through with it, click “Change”. You’ll need to be connected to the Internet during this process.
You’ll see a screen asking you for your retail access code, retailer SKU, and retail store ID. You don’t need to provide any of these. They’re all optional, so you can just click “Next” and continue through the wizard.
When setting up Retail Demo Experience—or “RDX” mode—you’ll be asked when you want to remove access to the Administrator account. If you’re setting up Retail Demo Experience on a display PC in a retail store, this will give you some time to set up the PC how you like it before ensuring no customers can access the Administrator account. You can either select a number of days or provide an Administrator account password you can use for as long as you like.
When you’re done, click “Finish”. Your PC will restart and all your personal data and installed programs will be erased.
The process of enabling the Retail Demo Experience is handled by the Retail Demo service. In fact, if you delete the “RetailDemo” service and try switching to Retail Demo mode, you’ll be able to go through the wizard, but nothing will happen at the end. If the service is on your system, then your PC will reboot and enable Retail Demo mode.
What Is the Retail Demo Experience?
When your PC reboots into the Retail Demo mode, it will automatically sign into the Windows desktop. You’ll see that the user account’s name is “Darrin DeYoung”.
If you ever purchase a PC and see this person’s name when you boot it up, that PC is a display model and is still in Retail Demo mode. The store should have taken it out of Retail Demo mode before giving it to you, but you can do that yourself using the below instructions. On the other hand, if you were expecting a new-in-box PC and not one used as a display model, you may just want to return it to the store and get a replacement or your money back.
A Microsoft Retail Demo Provisioning application will appear and automatically set everything up.
When in Retail Demo mode, Windows will automatically launch the “Microsoft Demo Attract” app, which plays a video demo on a loop. If you leave it, you can use the “Microsoft Retail Demo” hub to read about Windows 10’s features. You can also click around the desktop and play with Windows 10. This is just a special mode designed to advertise Windows 10 in stores, after all.
How to Leave Retail Demo Mode
To leave the Retail Demo Experience, you just need to perform the same secret handshake that enables it in the first place. On the PC in Retail Demo Experience mode, head to Settings > Update & security > Activation and click the “Windows” heading five times.
Click the “Advanced configuration” button at the bottom of the “Get the latest demo content and apps” window that appears.
Click the “Remove” button to the right of Remove RDX on the Advanced RDX settings screen.
Warning: This will wipe your PC once again, erasing any personal files, removing any installed programs, and restoring it to factory default settings.
You may be prompted to enter the Administrator password if one was created during Retail Demo Experience setup. We hear that “trs10” works on many Windows 10 PCs, while “trs80” works on many Windows 8 PCs. This reportedly works across PCs at both Best Buy and the Microsoft Store, and perhaps even elsewhere.
After you tell Windows to remove the Retail Demo Experience from your computer, it will reboot and restore your PC to factory default settings. You’ll see the usual PC setup process, also known as the “Out of Box Experience”, which will allow you to configure your PC for normal use.
Note: This article is for the new Microsoft Edge . Get help for the legacy version of Microsoft Edge.
What are trackers?
Websites use trackers to collect data about your browsing behavior. Trackers collect data about how you interact with a site, such as the content you click on. They also enable functionality on some websites, such as comments sections, buttons to share articles to social media, and personalized ads.
Some trackers collect data about you across multiple sites. For example, a tracker could track when you go to your favorite shopping site and news site. This is why it can sometimes feel like an ad is following you around the web.
What is tracking prevention?
The new Microsoft Edge is designed to detect and block known trackers. We let you decide what trackers to block. You can choose from three levels of tracking prevention: Basic, Balanced, and Strict. Balanced is selected as the default. All three options block potentially harmful trackers—trackers we detect as cryptomining or fingerprinting.
Basic: Blocks potentially harmful trackers but allows most other trackers and those that personalize content and ads.
Balanced (Recommended): Blocks potentially harmful trackers and trackers from sites you haven’t visited. Content and ads will likely be less personalized.
Strict: Blocks potentially harmful trackers and most trackers across sites. Content and ads will likely have minimal personalization. This option blocks the most trackers but could cause some websites to not behave as expected. For example, a video might not play, or you might not be able to sign in.
Select your tracking prevention level
In Microsoft Edge, select Settings and more > Settings > Privacy, search, and services.
Make sure Tracking prevention is set to On.
Select the level of tracking prevention that’s right for you.
Make an exception for tracking prevention
While preventing trackers increases your privacy, you might want to create exceptions for certain trusted websites. This will allow all trackers on those sites, including potentially harmful ones.
In Microsoft Edge, select Settings and more > Settings > Privacy, search, and services.
Make sure Tracking prevention is set to On.
Under Tracking prevention, select Exceptions.
Select Add a site, type in the full URL, and then select Add.
You can also create an exception directly from the site.
Go to the site you want to add as an exception for tracking prevention.
Select View site information on the side of the address bar.
Under Tracking prevention, select Off from the drop-down menu.
See what trackers were blocked
If you’ve turned on tracking prevention, you can see trackers that were blocked on individual sites.
Go to a site you’re curious about.
Select View site information on the side of the address bar.
Select Trackers to see which trackers the site uses and how many were blocked.
Learn more about tracking prevention
To learn more about how tracking prevention works in Microsoft Edge, check out our blog post!
Josh Hendrickson has worked in IT for nearly a decade, including four years spent repairing and servicing computers for Microsoft. He’s also a smarthome enthusiast who built his own smart mirror with just a frame, some electronics, a Raspberry Pi, and open-source code. Read more.
Windows 10’s May 2019 Update (19H1) added a new a new Windows Sandbox feature. Here’s how you can use it on your Windows 10 PC today.
Note: Windows Sandbox is not available on Windows 10 Home. It’s only available on Professional, Enterprise, and Education editions of Windows 10.
What is Sandbox?
In short, Windows Sandbox is half app, half virtual machine. It lets you quickly spin up a virtual clean OS imaged from your system’s current state so that you can test programs or files in a secure environment that’s isolated from your main system. When you close the sandbox, it destroys that state. Nothing can get from the sandbox to your main installation of Windows, and nothing remains after closing it.
How Do I Get It?
All you need is a modern version of Windows 10 running Windows 10 Professional or Enterprise—Windows 10 Home doesn’t have this feature. The Sandbox feature became stable back in May 2019.
Step One: Make Sure Virtualization is Enabled
First, you’ll need to make sure virtualization is enabled in your system’s BIOS. It typically is by default, but there’s an easy way to check. Fire up Task Manager by hitting Ctrl+Shift+Esc and then head to the “Performance” tab. Make sure the “CPU” category is selected on the left and on the right, just make sure it says “Virtualization: Enabled.”
If virtualization is not enabled, you’ll need to enable it in your PC’s BIOS settings before you continue.
Step Two: Turn On Nested Virtualization if You’re Running the Host System in a Virtual Machine (Optional)
If you’re testing out the Insider build of Windows in a virtual machine already and you want to test Sandbox in that VM, you’ll need to take the extra step of turning on nested virtualization.
To do that, fire up PowerShell in the version of Windows running inside the VM and then issue the following command:
That lets your guest version of Windows in the VM expose the virtualization extensions so that Sandbox can use them.
Step Three: Enable the Windows Sandbox Feature
After making sure virtualization is enabled, turning on the Windows Sandbox feature is a snap.
To do so, head to Control Panel > Programs > Turn Windows Features On or Off. (By the way, we’ve got a full write-up on using those Windows Features if you’d like to learn more.)
In the Windows Features window, enable the “Windows Sandbox” checkbox.
Click “OK” and then let Windows restart.
Step Three: Fire It Up
After Windows restarts, you can find Windows Sandbox on the Start Menu. Either type “Windows Sandbox” into the search bar or dig through the menu and then double-click on the Icon. When it asks, permit it to have administrative privileges.
You should then see a near replica of your current OS.
There are some differences. It’s a clean Windows installation, so you’ll see the default wallpaper and nothing but the default apps that come with Windows.
The virtual OS is dynamically generated from your main Windows OS, so it will always run the same version of Windows 10 you are using, and it will always be fully up to date. That latter fact is especially nice, as a traditional VM requires taking the time to update the OS on its own.
How Do I Use It?
If you’ve ever used a VM before, then using the Sandbox will feel like old hat. You can copy and paste files directly into the Sandbox like any other VM. Drag and drop does not work, though. Once the file is in the Sandbox, you can proceed as normal. If you have an executable file, you can install it in the Sandbox where it’s nicely cordoned off from your main system.
One thing to note: If you delete a file in the Sandbox it does not go the recycle bin. Instead, it’s permanently deleted. You will receive a warning when you delete items.
Once you are done with testing, you can close the Sandbox like any other app. This will destroy the snapshot entirely, including any changes you’ve made to the OS and any files you copied there. Microsoft has been kind enough to provide warning first.
The next time you launch Sandbox, you will find it back to a clean slate, and you can begin testing again.
Impressively, Sandbox runs well on minimal hardware. We performed the testing for this article on a Surface Pro 3, an aging device without a dedicated graphics card. Initially, the Sandbox ran noticeable slow, but after a few minutes, it ran surprisingly well given the constraints.
This better speed persisted through closing and reopening the app as well. Traditionally, running a Virtual Machine called for more horsepower. Because of the narrower use cases with Sandbox (you won’t be installing multiple OSes, running multiple instances, or even taking multiple snapshots), the bar is a little lower. But it is this very specific target that makes the Sandbox work so well.
To help you keep your device secure, Windows Security monitors your device for security issues and provides a health report, which appears on the Device performance & health page. The Health report alerts you to common issues in four key areas and offers recommendations to remedy them.
For more info on Windows Security see Stay protected with Windows Security.
View the Health report for your device in Windows Security
In the search box on the taskbar, type Windows Security, and then select it from the results.
Select Device performance & health to view the Health report.
Note: If your device is part of an organization, your administrator may not have granted you permission to view Device performance & health.
The Health report starts off by showing you the last time a Device Health scan was run. The time displayed should be basically the current time, as Windows Security tries to run a Device Health scan when you open the Device performance & health page.
Beyond the time of last scan you’ll see the status of the key areas that Device Health monitors:
Storage capacity – Is your system running low on disk space?
Apps and software – Is any of your software failing, or in need of an update?
Battery life – Is anything putting an extra strain on your PC’s battery? You might not see this on on a desktop PC that is always plugged in.
Windows Time service – Having your system set to the correct time is important for a lot of system processes. Windows Time service automatically synchronizes your system clock to an internet-based time service so your system time is always correct. If this service is off, or failing, Device performance & health will let you know so you can fix it.
What if the Health report says there are problems?
A green check means everything is fine, but if you see a yellow mark that means something needs attention. Click the item to see what recommendations Device Health has for you.
For help resolving performance issues on your Windows 10 PC, see Tips to improve PC performance in Windows 10.
For help freeing up space on your device, see Free up drive space in Windows 10.
Make sure you have the latest updates installed by checking Windows Update. See Windows Update: FAQ.
If all else fails it may be helpful to use Fresh Start to do a clean installation of Windows. Fresh Start can usually preserve your data, but it’s always a good idea to have tested backups of your data. For more information on Fresh Start see Give your PC a Fresh Start.
March 25th, 2014
Summary: Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about using Windows PowerShell to explore his Office 365 tenant installation.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. The Scripting Wife and I are sore from our weekend spent doing yard work. I am not much of an outdoor kind of geek, and so my excursions are normally limited to going to and from the mailbox, or to and from the woodworking shop. It has been years since I laid outside and worked on my tan, played in a summer softball league, or for that matter hit the links in pursuit of the elusive little white ball. But the Scripting Wife wanted some help—and I am after all, all about helping people. But I wish it was a script she needed help with and not the rose bushes!
Note This is the second in a series of Hey, Scripting Guy! Blog posts where I talk about using Windows PowerShell with Office 365. In the first post, Getting Started with Office 365 and PowerShell, I talked about setting up a demo environment and installing the prerequisite software to enable Windows PowerShell management of the demo environment. I also walked through the installation of the management module. In today’s post, I talk about using Windows PowerShell to explore the settings and capabilities of my Office 365 tenant installation.
It is now time to use some Windows PowerShell cmdlets to explore my Office 365 tenant installation. One of the things I figured out yesterday is that I do not want to always have to be typing my credentials. For one thing, I don’t remember them very well. For another thing, when I change the credentials to a nice long pass phrase, I will have an even harder time getting it right. Also, I tend to open and close the Windows PowerShell console on a routine basis—so that makes things that much harder. Therefore, my first order of business is to securely store my Office 365 credentials.
One of the neatest tricks I have ever run across, I got from Lee Holmes. Actually, I have gotten several really cool tricks from Lee, but this is one that I use routinely. I want to store my credentials for Office 365, so I first use the Get-Credential cmdlet to obtain my credentials and to turn the user name and password into a credential object. I then store the credential object in a file by using the Export-CliXML cmdlet. I can actually do this in a single line. The command is shown here (this is a single-line command that I broke at the pipeline character for readability on this blog):
That is it. I have now saved my Scripting Guy credential to a file. Ah, but what about security? After all, I could have simply saved the password in a text file, and then used the ConvertTo-Secure string to help me recreate a credential object. But dude, that would not be very secure. So I asked Lee Holmes about this. Here is his reply…
The underlying security comes from the ConvertFrom-SecureString functionality, which Export-CliXml relies on to export secure strings to their serialized form.
The credentials are encrypted with the Windows Data Protection API (DPAPI), which means that you can literally share it with people, put it in untrusted storage, or put it on the billboard of Times Square. The reason you are allowed to encrypt it and decrypt it without typing any passwords is that they key is automatically generated from a combination of your user account and the current machine.
Because of that, even somebody else on your same machine can’t decrypt your credentials.
Cool, so I have stored my credentials in a secure fashion. Now what do I need to do to get them back so I can continue to work? Well, that is even simpler. I use the Import-Clixml cmdlet, and I store the returned credential object in a variable like I always do when doing when I am remoting or anything else. Here is the command I use:
$Cred = Import-Clixml C:\fso\ScriptingGuyCredential.xml
Next, I use the Connect-MsolService cmdlet like I did yesterday to connect to my tenant installation:
Connect-MsolService -Credential $cred
At this point, I can use any of the cmdlets from the MSOnline module. For example, one of the things I want to do is to look at the company information. It is easy. I use the Get-MsolCompanyInformation cmdlet. This command is shown here:
The command and the output from the command are shown here:
Next, I need to check to see how many active units I have, how many consumed units I have, and what kind of license pack I have. The command is simple. I use the Get-MsolAccountSku cmdlet, and it provides exactly what I need. The command and output are shown here:
PS C:\> Get-MsolAccountSku
AccountSkuId ActiveUnits WarningUnits ConsumedUnits
ScriptingGuy:ENTERPRISEPACK 25 0 25
Note It is important to remember to use Tab expansion when working with the MSOnline module because it does not export any cmdlet aliases. I checked it by using this command:
gcm -Module MSOnline | %
To find the contact for the Office 365 enterprise tenant installation, I use the Get-MsolContact cmdlet, as shown here:
PS C:\> Get-MsolContact
[email protected] Bob Kelly (TAILSPIN)
That is all there is to using Windows PowerShell to explore the settings and capabilities of my Office 365 installation. Office 365 Week will continue tomorrow when I will talk about more cool stuff.
Windows 10, version 2004 and Windows Server, version 2004
Updates for Windows 10, version 2004 and Windows Server, version 2004
Windows 10 is a service, which means it gets better through periodic software updates.
The great news is you usually don’t have to do anything! If you have enabled automatic updates, new updates will automatically download and install whenever they’re available, so you don’t have to think about it.
On the left side of this page, you’ll find a list of all the updates released for this version of Windows. You can also find more information about releases and any known issues. Installing the most recent update ensures that you also get any previous updates you might have missed, including any important security fixes.
For more information about the update and how to get it, see:
Current status of Windows 10, version 2004 and Windows Server, version 2004
For the most up-to-date information about Known Issues for Windows and Windows Server, please go to the Windows release health dashboard.
Certain Japanese half-width Katakana and full-width Katakana characters that have a consonant mark aren’t interpreted as the same character. When you use the CompareStringEx() function with the NORM_IGNOREWIDTH flag to compare them, these characters are evaluated as different because of an issue in the sorting rule . This issue affects all the updates starting on June 9, 2020 for Windows 10, version 2004.
Open the Command Prompt window ( cmd.exe) with elevated privileges.
Run “reg add HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Nls\Sorting\Versions /ve /d 0006020F /f”
Restart the computer or processes to see the full effect.
Important If you have not installed KB4586853or later on the computer, setting an invalid value in this registry might prevent the computer from starting up.
This workaround reverts the National Language Support (NLS) sorting rule to version 6.2, which is used in Windows 10, version 1909 and earlier. When sharing data between systems, consider applying the workaround consistently. If you use this workaround, conduct sufficient testing and evaluations to mitigate problems caused by different sorting rule versions on multiple systems.
Notes and messages
IMPORTANT Release notes are changing! To learn about the new URL, metadata updates, and more, see What’s next for Windows release notes.
REMINDER Microsoft removed the Microsoft Edge Legacy desktop application that is out of support in March 2021. In the April 13, 2021 release, we installed the new Microsoft Edge. For more information, see New Microsoft Edge to replace Microsoft Edge Legacy with April’s Windows 10 Update Tuesday release.
IMPORTANT Starting in July 2020, we will resume non-security releases for Windows 10 and Windows Server, version 1809 and later. There is no change to the cumulative monthly security updates (also referred to as the “B” release or Update Tuesday release). For more information, see the blog post Resuming optional Windows 10 and Windows Server non-security monthly updates.
IMPORTANT Starting in July 2020, all Windows Updates will disable the RemoteFX vGPU feature because of a security vulnerability. For more information about the vulnerability, seeCVE-2020-1036 and KB4570006. After you install this update, attempts to start virtual machines (VM) that have RemoteFX vGPU enabled will fail, and messages such as the following will appear:
If you re-enable RemoteFX vGPU, a message similar to the following will appear:
“The virtual machine cannot be started because all the RemoteFX-capable GPUs are disabled in Hyper-V Manager.”
“The virtual machine cannot be started because the server has insufficient GPU resources.”
“We no longer support the RemoteFX 3D video adapter. If you are still using this adapter, you may become vulnerable to security risk. Learn more (https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2131976)”
If you have questions or need help activating or troubleshooting Windows, see our help topics below:
For information about how to update, see Update Windows 10.
If you have questions about manually installing or removing an update, see Windows Update: FAQ.
Getting an error message when updating? See Troubleshoot problems updating Windows 10.
If you need to activate Windows, see Activation in Windows 10. If you’re having trouble with activation, see Get help with Windows activation errors.
To get the latest major update to Windows 10, see Get the Windows 10 October 2020 Update.
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如果您在Windows 10的“设置”应用程序中单击了一个单词五次，则会启用隐藏的零售演示模式。 你几乎肯定不想自己做这个，但是如果你在登录屏幕上看到“Darrin DeYoung”的名字，那么知道如何逃脱零售演示体验是非常重要的。
警告 ：启用此模式将清除PC上的所有个人文件，并将其重置为出厂默认设置。 不要在你的家用电脑上这样做！ （你甚至不应该在任何PC上这样做，我们是在虚拟机上做的 。
要启用Windows 10的零售演示体验，请转到设置>更新和安全>激活。 点击页面顶部的“Windows”标题五次。
您会看到“更改零售演示”窗口。 再一次，如果你这样做，所有的个人文件将被从你的电脑中删除，并将恢复到出厂默认设置 。 如果你想要通过它，点击“更改”。 在这个过程中你需要连接到互联网。
您会看到一个屏幕，询问您的零售代码，零售商SKU和零售商店ID。 你不需要提供任何这些。 他们都是可选的，所以你可以点击“下一步”并继续通过向导。
在设置零售演示体验（或“RDX”模式）时，系统会询问您何时删除对管理员帐户的访问权限。 如果您在零售商店的显示器PC上设置零售演示体验，那么在确保没有客户可以访问管理员帐户之前，这将给您一些时间来设置您喜欢的PC。 您可以选择几天或提供您可以使用的管理员帐户密码，只要您喜欢。
零售演示体验的过程由零售演示服务处理。 事实上，如果您删除“RetailDemo”服务并尝试切换到零售演示模式，您将可以通过该向导，但最终不会发生任何事情。 如果该服务在您的系统上，那么您的PC将重新启动并启用零售演示模式。
当您的电脑重新启动到零售演示模式时，它将自动登录到Windows桌面。 你会看到用户帐户的名字是“Darrin DeYoung”。
如果您购买PC并在启动时看到此人的姓名，则该PC是显示模式，并且仍处于零售演示模式。 商店在提供给您之前应该已经将其从零售演示模式中取出，但您可以使用以下说明自行完成。 另一方面，如果您希望购买一台全新的个人电脑，而不是一台用作显示器的电脑，那么您可能只想将其退回到商店，并获得更换或退款。
在零售演示模式下，Windows将自动启动“Microsoft Demo Attract”应用程序，该应用程序在循环播放视频演示。 如果您离开它，您可以使用“Microsoft零售演示”中心了解Windows 10的功能。 您还可以在桌面上点击并使用Windows 10进行播放。毕竟，这只是一个专门用于在商店中宣传Windows 10的特殊模式。
如果在零售演示体验设置期间创建管理员密码，则可能会提示您输入管理员密码。 我们听说“trs10”可以在许多Windows 10电脑上运行，而“trs80”在许多Windows 8电脑上运行。 据报道，这在百思买和微软商店都可以跨PC使用，甚至可以在其他地方使用。
告诉Windows从您的计算机上删除零售演示体验后，它将重新启动并将您的PC恢复到出厂默认设置。 您将看到通常的PC设置过程，也称为“Out of Box Experience”，这将允许您将PC配置为正常使用。