I have seen the hard disk 100% Usage issue on several Windows 10 and Windows 8 & 8.1 systems and I have applied several different solutions to fix the issue. In some cases the high activity in the hard disk, was caused after a virus attack, in other cases caused from
How to fix the “Resource ‘$(string.RequirePrivateStoreOnly” error and restore the “Store” setting(s) in Windows 10 Pro Group Policy Editor.
In Windows 10 Pro based computers after installing the Security Update KB3147458 (April 12, 2016), the following error is appeared (2 times) when opening Group Policy Editor (gpedit.msc):
In Windows 10 there is no way to block the installation of a particular Windows Update(s) through ‘Update & Security’ settings, like in the previous Windows versions (Windows 7 or Windows Vista).
The “Windows Store” or “Microsoft Store” is the official app store for Microsoft Windows metro style (modern) apps for Windows 8, 8.1 and Windows 10 based systems. In Microsoft Store you can find and install free or paid applications according your needs to your device.
In a Windows 10 based computer, suddenly, store apps becomes “broken”, probably after a Windows update or after a virus attack.
In a previous tutorial I mentioned the way to uninstall the default apps in Windows 10, 8.1 or 8. Keep in mind that when you uninstall an app from Windows 10 or 8, in fact you un-register the app from the user(s).
Problem description: In a Windows 10 based computer, the Settings app, the Windows Store or several Store Apps, won’t open or crash. When this issue happen, the user cannot launch Settings or an App from Windows Store.
This tutorial contains instructions on how to fix the “Raise without Handler” error, when you try to open Adobe PDF documents in a Windows computer. The “Raise without Handler” issue is commonly occurred in Adobe Acrobat Reader or other Adobe products (e.g. Adobe Photoshop) when the user tries to open a file using these products.(…)
This tutorial contains detailed instructions on how to perform a clean Windows 10 installation on your computer. To perform a fresh install of Windows 10 on your computer you must own a valid Windows 10, 8.1, 8 or 7 key to activate your copy.
In a Windows 10 based computer, you can use the classic “Programs & Features” item in Windows Control Panel to uninstall any Windows application installed, but if you want to remove a modern app from Windows Store you have to go to “Apps & features” options. However in “Apps & features” options you cannot uninstall(…)