Windows 10 offers a ton of new features that enhance the user experience as compared to the previous Windows version. One of the features that help users is the settings for synchronization. Settings for synchronization enable users to save their preferences and settings across multiple devices.
This saves you time entering your preferred settings for each device you have. But, there are times when the settings for sync can cause problems and the settings you set may not apply to all your devices. Check out the following guide to help you troubleshoot your sync configuration for Windows 10.
Method 1: Turn on Sync Settings
The first step is to determine if the sync setting is actually enabled on your system. If it is enabled then follow the steps listed below.
Step 1: Hit the Windows key, and then click on Settings.
Step 2: Click on Accounts on Windows Settings
Step 3: On the side menu, select "Sync your settings"
Step 4: Make Sure You Switch On Sync Settings
Step 5: Switch on the settings you want to transfer across all your devices.
Method 2: Update Windows
Step 1: Press Windows Key + I
Step 2: Select Update & Security on the main menu
Step 3: Select Windows Update from the side menu.
Step 4: Click on Check for Updates
Step 5: Make sure you wait for your update to complete the download then reboot your computer.
After restarting your computer, Windows will automatically install the update. Depending on the size of the upgrade, this could take between 10 and 20 minutes.
Method 3: Run SFC Scan
Your system settings may not sync due to corrupted registry keys or missing system files.
Step 1: Step 1: Press Windows Key + X on your keyboard, and then choose Command Prompt
Step 2: Once Command Prompt opens, type "sfc /scannow" and press Enter.
Step 3: A message will be displayed from the system when the scan is complete.
If you still can't connect your settings on Windows 10, follow one of these instructions to help to troubleshoot the Windows Error Code 0xc00000e9 on your PC.