We’ve created this Windows 10 community to help you more easily share ideas and engage in discussions around Windows 10 with your fellow IT pros and with product experts and engineers here at Microsoft.

Right now, you'll find a space for general Windows 10 discussions and this blog, where we'll share announcements about Windows 10, new resources, new community features, and other items of interest to community members. We'll be launching new spaces soon so stay tuned to this blog for the latest developments.

What can I do in the Windows 10 Tech Community?

Because the community is open to everyone with an interest in IT-oriented conversations around Windows 10, you'll find that it can help you:

  • Learn about ways to save time or optimize resources at every stage in your Windows 10 journey—whether you're planning a deployment, doing a full-scale rollout, or supporting Windows 10 on a variety of devices.
  • Provide feedback on existing Windows 10 features—and share ideas for new ones.
  • Find out about local events, local user groups, and other resources.

We hope you'll find this community useful. if you have any ideas on how we can improve the community, email us at winpro@microsoft.com with the Subject line: Ideas for Windows 10 Tech Community.

1 Comment
Occasional Visitor

Hello. This is my first on this community so I hope it makes sense.! I have an issue with connecting to DB2 databases and I believe that I need to add my User Account to two User Groups i.e. DB2ADMNS and DB2USERS  However in my Windows 10 Computer Management these groups are not available to be selected. I believe there is a plug-in I could which enables those groups to be selected.

Is anyone able please to offer any advice on this issue. 


Thank you