Windows 10: Windows 7 snuck in, intruder, intruder!!! Suppose to be Windows 10 more...

Discus and support Windows 7 snuck in, intruder, intruder!!! Suppose to be Windows 10 more... in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade to solve the problem; I'm in my system and security folder and noticed something strange: Backup and Restore (Windows 7) How in the ell did I end up with windows 7, BUT... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade' started by Wendy Lee SG, Aug 10, 2018.

  1. Windows 7 snuck in, intruder, intruder!!! Suppose to be Windows 10 more...


    I'm in my system and security folder and noticed something strange:
    Backup and Restore (Windows 7)

    How in the ell did I end up with windows 7, BUT when I go to Acer Care Center is says Windows 10? I bought this thing with windows 10 and it was windows 10 before the safe mode hell.

    Can someone help me with getting system restore back to Windows 10 please.

    :)
     
    Wendy Lee SG, Aug 10, 2018
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  2. How stop the ADs intruder?

    Hello All:

    Since I use the new w10, there had been some advertisements intrude

    in my laptop everyday, awful!

    It means that McAfee can't prevent them from intruding in.

    Are there any other way to stop these boring ADs? -- Zhao
     
    HonglinZhao, Aug 10, 2018
    #2
  3. Niels J. Win User
    Phone intruding on Windows 10 home network

    Thank you for your response, ThofikhAhamad.

    I did both of the items that you suggested, and still "cingular_us" showed up under Network.

    I started seeing the issue while still running Windows 8.1. At the time I did not think much of it. I then upgraded to Windows 10, and since I am seeing the intruder more often, it has started to worry me. Should I be worried?
     
    Niels J., Aug 10, 2018
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  4. Niels J. Win User

    Windows 7 snuck in, intruder, intruder!!! Suppose to be Windows 10 more...

    Phone intruding on Windows 10 home network

    Almost daily when I look at "Network" in file explorer I see an unknown phone listed as "Phone" with the name "cingular_us". Using properties I can lift the MAC address of the phone, and I have of course denied it wireless access to my network. I have also
    set up device trust under Firewall in Norton Internet Security. Nothing seems to keep this device out.

    Anyone else seen this? To me this seems like a pretty bad problem, and at this stage I am not sure how to get to the bottom of it and how to keep intruders out. Any suggestions?
     
    Niels J., Aug 10, 2018
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