If the Windows Update troubleshooter didn't help, there are still other manipulations
that can be done that you may see in the post
Windows 10 Updates are not anymore working.
However, there is no guarantee that any of them will improve the situation.
You might as well break out the big gun now, to return all Windows components
to a known good state.
If people are still having this issue with Skype for Business loading at Windows 10 startup, and it is part of your Office installation, and you can't change the config within Office, then a rather inelegant method is to find the Skype for Business executable (lync.exe) which is stored in C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office\root\Office16 and rename it to ...
1.if you want you create a disk partition for your mom,follow bellow steps
gotorun(win + r).
type "diskmgmt.msc" to go to diskmanagement.
right click on the "partition" from which you want to create a new disk and select compress.
specify partition size and click ok,new partition is created.
right click on the new empty partition and ...
Connect to the WiFi access point on your mobile phone and make a note of WiFi access point name, security type and WiFi password.
Goto "Control Panel" and choose "Network and Sharing Center". Click on "Set up a new connection or network". Then choose "Manually connect to a wireless network" on the popup and choose Next ...
Other answers are still valid, but the same icon from Windows XP still exists in 10.
It is the quicklaunch bar that is hidden.
You can reinstate it:
unlock taskbar, right-click on it, toolbars, new toolbar, find
%APPDATA%\Microsoft\Internet explorer\Quick launch, OK
then fit it wherever you want and disable its title and icon names.
some older systems do not support UEFI(Unified Extensible Firmware Interface ) .while preparing a bootable pendrive with rufus or power iso or with any other apllication try changing partitioning scheme to MBR(master boot record) instead of GPT(guid partion table),it might work. Otherwise it should have been problem with BIOS settings.
if that does not work,...
There are several ways to make a VPN based on IPSec – it took a while for this way of using IPSec to become standardized. Windows 10 has a built-in IKEv2 EAP (new standard) client and an IKEv1 PSK + L2TP (Microsoft style) client, but it does not have an IKEv1 Xauth (Cisco-style) client for the method that FritzBox uses.
It might be possible to configure ...
An ESD, Electronic Software Download, file is an encrypted file used for Windows installation as stated here:
so the file itself is called a Windows Electronic Software Download file. An ESD file stores an encrypted Windows Imaging Format (.WIM) file.
Your PC has downloaded (or is downloading) that the file(s) to upgrade Windows. But they could also be ...
It seems like the adapter is broken, as reinstalling Windows and the driver had no
effect on the problem.
Try another network adapter, just to be sure, and if it works well then continue
using it instead. Hardware devices are not forever.
There are several possibilities. The connectors could be loose, module malfunctioning, was reset to not recognise, OS etc; if possible, would recommend a new USB wifi adapter that's very compatible with equipment of the region. That would probably yield noticeably improved performance cf the wifi adapter it came with too. And the newer adapter would need to ...
The QuickLaunch “Show Desktop” link is one of the features I loved about Windows 98, and after they got rid of it by default in more recent versions of Windows I always made a point of manually re-creating it. Yes, now you can click in the bottom-right corner (as stated by Alan H); but that’s not obvious, and it’s not how people of my generation learned to ...
The Task Manager detect exactly 8GB RAM, as I thought. However, it seems that it detect memory percentage of only Memory In Use.
That's to say, the percentage of 11% is based on used memory 4.1G,
Here is some computations with Chrome as the example.
In Task Manager, chrome-mem = 457 MB ~ 11.3% -> Total Used Mem = 457M / 11.3% ~ ...
I can confirm as well that the issue (on Windows 10) is not fixed through registry entries or multi-tasking snap settings.
The issue is with the settings app auto-arrange / placement for muti-monitors that will sometimes look right but in fact cause the edges between some monitors to become "sticky" requiring higher mouse velocity to pass through.
ipconfig Man Page - Try this first
Ping Man Page - States resolution order is Host,DNS Server, NetBIOS
Host Name Resolution Order - Outlines the order and steps to ...
If you have multiple DNS servers configured for the NIC, not all Windows network access will automatically use them. This can make things somewhat confusing when diagnosing DNS issues.
Specifically, nslookup only uses the first DNS server configured for the NIC (by default).
You can check the DNS servers, and their precedence, by drilling into the properties ...
Straight from Microsoft's website we can see Windows 12 is not a legitimate replacement to Windows 10 if it is even being developed by Microsoft at all. Windows 10 will seemingly be supported forever as of current information.
Starting in Windows 7, Microsoft made "Show Desktop" less discoverable but faster to use (once you know about it). Just throw your mouse to the bottom-right of your screen and click. The tiny rectangle to the right of the Clock is the Show Desktop button now.
Why is this faster? Fitts' Law.
(You can also use Win + D on the keyboard.)
Clean the keyboard! This problem is often simply due to dust or crumbs causing a key to stay partially down and make intermittent contact.
Unplug the keyboard, turn it over and tap the edge on your desk. Still with the keyboard inverted, run your hand back and forth so the keys are pressed in and spring out again. This will dislodge any debris so that it ...
In the setting file, settings.json, type: "theme": "dark", to use the dark theme.
The themes are:
This sets the theme of the application. "system" will use the same theme as Windows.
Property name: theme
Accepts: "system", "dark", "light"
Default value: "...
You can use TeraCopy for copying a bunch of files faster. I also use it for fast copy/paste operations. Even you can also compress the files using zip format. But I recommend 7z files (using 7-zip) for a balance between compression ratio and speed.
Since 2015 the human-readable log needs to be generated on-demand
When you run the Get-WindowsUpdateLog cmdlet, an [sic] copy of WindowsUpdate.log file is created as a static log file. It does not update as the old WindowsUpate.log unless you run Get-WindowsUpdateLog again.
Basically open a powershell and type Get-WindowsUpdateLog. It will do its thing and ...
You cannot select the bitness of an application to run. Bitness is defined by the development of an application.
If you wish to run a 64bit program then you need to install the 64bit version of that program.
For some programs that offer both variants you could install both and then run the version you need, but I don't believe you can install both variations ...
Windows does not let you access the WindowsApps folder and its contents by default. You need to get permission for this.
Open command prompt as Administrator there. Now run the command takeown /f FolderName. Then run the command icacls FolderName /grant Administrators:F. Now you will get the full permission to the folder. You can do this for each file or ...
Jump lists are created automatically when a user interacts with the system, doing such acts as opening applications or accessing files,
are stored in the folder:
They all have cryptic names based on the application id (APPID).
For example, the one for Explorer is
Looks like I've found the solution!
You should create the bootable USB using WinSetupFromUSB 1.9. Steps:
Insert the USB
Format the USB using diskpart (NOT QUICK, FAT32)
Delete each partition from the USB
Using WinSetupFromUsb, create the USB
Plug the USB into your laptop or whatever it is
Remove everything plugged except for the setup USB (charger, patch ...
I don't have enough reputation to comment so I'll add as an answer. From another similar question:
It seems that the Guest account has been removed by Microsoft since
build 10159, in July 2015. Microsoft has not provided any context
for this change and it's clear that this feature is not coming back
any time soon. A big problem is that many websites and ...
I was looking for the answer to the same question yet find the answer right here.
Btw, I noticed that windows 10 enterprise build 10240 recognized only 2 CPU sockets. But it does recognize 4 CPU sockets after I update it to build 1903.
If you are having trouble of any kind with Windows Update, you may run the Windows Update Troubleshooter from Microsoft.
There are links to different versions of the troubleshooter for download from the linked page, including a version for Windows 10.
The page also contains further links giving more information on troubleshooting Windows Update if you still ...
This question is asked often, and while there are many answers and tutorials, you will note that they neglect to say that while you can can install and uninstall packages, getting the original AppX file for a Microsoft Store package is near impossible.
Or at least it was...
You can download every AppX package for software currently installed on your computer ...
Step 1: Find the executable:
Step 2: Setting up launcher:
Thanks to Ken Y-N for the documentation!
For interested parties: Have a look on "How to launch Windows apps from Ranger WSL?".
Did you tried to disable it from gpedit?
first need to disable tamper protection to avoid init Windows Defender again on reboot
Windows Security > Virus & threat protection > Virus & threat protection settings > Manage settings > Tamper Protection > switch OFF
Then run gpedit.msc
Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates >...
Well, if the MSPs are well designed, nothing should break just from running that script, unless you later uninstall patches (either manually or some automated process does it) in which case you'll find out if the patches were well designed.
As Heath (MSFT) explains, if you remove superseded patches, what can happen is that if the "top patch" is ...
There is a trick actually in addition to what guys commented up there. You can click the mouse ball or middle button which will enable scrolling. Now if you move your mouse a little down, it will start scrolling. Its like an accelerator, so if you move mouse arrow a further down, scrolling will be faster.
You can add the downloads folder as an exclusion and see if that helps.
Go to Settings, Virus & threat protection, Virus & threat protection settings, and then click Exclusions.
Else, there's a few Windows Defender related services (I've got 5 of them on my computer) which you can disable - you might need additional permissions in the registry to do ...
I had the same problem, but on desktop PC. As so there are no power settings suggested in many posts.
There is no "Enable adaptive brightness" under "Control Panel\Hardware and Sound\Power Options\Edit Plan Settings > Change Advanced Power Settings"
There is no "Brightness and color" setting under "Win-R > Display ...
First, to determine if your Windows computer is compliant with Bluetooth Low Energy:
Ensure Bluetooth is enabled
Run the Device Manager
Open the "Bluetooth" branch on the left, which will expand to show all
If there is a driver named "Microsoft Bluetooth LE Enumerator", then your
computer supports Bluetooth Low Energy.
You need to chose if you want to have 32 or 64 bit on installation. If you find 32 bit on your system, you might have (accidentially) downloaded or chosen the 32 bit version. This is normally no problem, though. If you need the 64bit version, just download the installer and install the 64 bit. Make sure to remove the 32 bit version beforehand!
Google Drive File Stream was/is the culprit for me. Uninstalling this app brings the icons back. I don't have the option of removing the app so I live with this fix until I get Windows reinstalled and the dice gets rolled to see if the problem comes back.
What can temporarily work (day by day) is by removing the following Registry Key:
Mklink does not create folders, it creates links. You can name your symbolic link
the same as the target folder, but it can't be created in the same folder as the
target. Nothing about making a link requires you to change the name of the target.
Well, im not sure how it happens but this code: @echo off
shutdown -s -t 900 -c "(Your message here)" saved as a bat file gives a notification,as well as shutting down the pc i don't know if this is possible but I think there's a way to open command prompt and type shutdown -a then hit enter using a .bat let me know if there is
and you dont need to ...
I'm running Windows 10 1909 and when I press Alt-Enter, it goes full screen. There's a scrollbar on the right, but no titlebar. Alt-Enter again goes back.
It does not switch the system into physical text mode like it does in older versions of Windows. I think that went away when WDDM was introduced with Vista. In Vista you could still use older "...
You will not likely be able to achieve what you want, since the old graphics card modes are no longer supported by Windows. I was very rarely able to run a DOS game from windows.
Note that cmd.exe is a Windows console application, which is entirely different from the DOS command shell. Switching to full screen will not change that. Running an .exe file from ...
Git for Windows ships its own version of Vim as part of the distribution. This is because there needs to be a default editor, and the default editor for Unix programs like Git is usually vi.
When you specify the editor as vim, the version that's being used is the version that's first in PATH, which is probably the Git for Windows version if you haven't ...