If you’re having a problem with the “Screenshot Window” feature in Windows 8.1, you may have noticed a number of windows popping up in your taskbar.
Here are the things you need to know.
Windows 10 and 8.x: There are two ways to fix it: If you are having a Windows 10 issue, you can uninstall the 8.3 update by clicking on the blue “Uninstall” button at the top right of the Start screen.
The “Uninstalls all updates” option also appears at the bottom of the taskbar, so you’ll want to click on that first.
Alternatively, you could also install a later update (the 8.2 update) by selecting “More information” and choosing “Update and security updates”.
You’ll need to restart your computer and re-open the Taskbar to do so.
If you have an older Windows 8, you might be able to uninstall the upgrade by visiting Settings > Update & security > Security and then uninstalling any updates that have been installed.
If this doesn’t work, you’ll need a different approach.
If the “Screenshot Window” bug is the issue, the best thing to do is uninstall the update and restart your system.
You can also try one of the other methods outlined in the previous section.
Windows 7 and Windows Vista: If your system is a Windows 7 or Windows Vista machine, you probably won’t have a problem.
In that case, you’re likely to have a “Screenshots” feature, but there is no “Screenshot” feature at all in the default Start menu, so if you’re seeing the window popping up, you need the Windows 7 update.
You may need to reinstall the update to get it working.
If your computer is older than Vista, it’s likely that there is a different method for you.
For the older versions of Windows, there is still the “Settings” menu.
If there’s nothing there, click on the Start menu icon (the little arrow at the left side of your screen) and select “Control Panel”.
Then select “Internet & Security”.
In that menu, you should see the “Privacy & Security” section.
Click on the “Advanced” link to open up “Internet settings”.
Here, you will see “Security and privacy” options.
If these are enabled, you won’t be able see any windows pop up, so this is the best way to fix your issue.
Windows XP: This is the only other option for you if your computer isn’t Vista or 7.
You should probably uninstall this update and reinstall it, since it will likely work fine.
If it doesn’t, you are likely to need to uninstall both updates and reinstalls.
Windows 98 and Windows ME: The “Screensaver” feature was removed from Windows XP and Windows 2000, so any windows that were showing up in the Start Menu would no longer be there.
You’ll likely need to install the “Install a new security update” option in order to make sure the windows that are popping up will no longer show up in Windows XP.
Windows 2000: You can get the “Scan for malware” option if you are running Windows 2000 or later.
If no security updates are installed, it will try to check for updates in the “System” menu, but since this is an optional feature, you do not need to click “Scan” to do this.
You will also likely need a restart to do it.
Windows ME, Windows 2000 SP, and Windows XP with SP3: There is a new feature called “Scanning for updates” that allows you to see what security updates and updates are currently available in Windows 2000.
If “Scores” are checked, this will list the scores for each security update and update.
If an update is “Unlocked”, it will unlock that update for you automatically.
You don’t have to unlock any updates for this feature to work, though, since “Unlock all updates and scans” is only available if there is an update available.
Windows Vista and Windows Server 2003: If there are no updates available, this is not a good way to test out the update.
However, you don’t need to disable the update feature, because it will work fine on Vista and XP.
If any of the “Updates” in the menu are listed, you want to select “All updates” and click “OK”.
If this is done, you now have a clean install of Windows.
However the Screenshots feature is disabled.
Windows 8: If the Screensaver feature is not enabled, this means that you are not going to see any of your desktop windows pop-up in Windows, because Windows is only running on a desktop.
To test this out, click the “Start” icon and then choose “Search for software updates”.
If there is anything listed, the Screenshot feature should work.
If not, then you might want to try un