Sounds like a fair few are having the same issue. There is a ticked solution a few posts down here.Don't know if anyone else has this problem and if so have they found a solution.
I do an online quiz using Chrome and often the answers are drag and drop from answer panel to question panel. Before the W11 upgrade never a problem but now when I try to click to pick up an answer instead of picking it up it simply acts as though I want to cut /copy i.e. turns the words blue, drag and drop still works for just about everything else..
I've tried all the "fixes" I can find on internet, which virtually all refer to drag and drop of files to taskbar etc. also turned off all extensions etc.
Another unrelated thing I've found, when trying to see content of Windows Defender, I now get the message "you need an app for this" click here and then I get no app found?
Officially support will end October 2025 although some specialised versions of 10 will remain supported until 2029 (at a cost presumably like they did with 7).At the moment yes. But Microsoft has already said 'support' for Win 10 will end in a couple of years. Not sure when.
I have two Thinkcentre PCs and both are able to have Win 11 on for free but I'm hesitating and waiting for more user comments.
What do yo think of this>It should ask you if you want to do it but of course it can be done by accident if your not careful. It's easy to roll back though as long as you do it within two weeks I think. As far as I've looked there is no tool to block it like there was with 7 to 10.
It's only ten days before you have to revert to win 10. Unless you have image software and I'm glad I had.:grin2:It should ask you if you want to do it but of course it can be done by accident if your not careful. It's easy to roll back though as long as you do it within two weeks I think. As far as I've looked there is no tool to block it like there was with 7 to 10.
I know about the Group Policy editor fix but its a right carry on. Wouldnt dream of suggesting it to anyone who wasnt tech savvy and I think its only available in 10 Pro or Enterprise versions so if you have Windows 10 Home it wont work without third party software (I dont think). This is maybe why there has been no tool produced to prevent it like last time.What do yo think of this>
Ive heard it might only be free until October but that might just be for W10 Home users. However its probably rubbish. Im still upgrading Windows 7 machines to 10 for free and legally years after they said it was no longer free but these are always "Pro" versions of 7.I assume we have plenty of time to avail ourselves to the 'free' offer to upgrade. I'm happy not to rush in and wait at least a year if possible.
Computer Active has been more than positive but then I wonder if there is a commercial pressure to favour it.?