In this tutorial, you'll learn how to check the device encryption status on Windows 11/10 devices. Device encryption or BitLocker Encryption feature in Windows 10/11 devices helps to protect your data for unauthorized access, by encrypting them.
The best precaution you can take before making major changes to your Windows computer is to create a system restore point, and in this guide we'll show you how to do it. A System Restore Point is a snapshot of your computer's configuration, including system files, settings, and registry.
If you want to learn how you can access a WSD printer's web page/portal, continue reading below. The WSD (Web Services for Devices) protocol enables network devices to be automatically discovered and installed without the need for manual configuration.
If you have downloaded and installed a legal application from the Internet and you can't open it, because "Windows protected your PC", continue reading below to fix the problem. In Windows 10/11, the built-in security program "Windows Defender Security" has a security feature called "SmartScreen" to protect your computer from potentially malicious programs and websites.
If you're looking for a method to disable the Windows hotkeys/shortcuts in Windows 10/11. (e.g. the "Windows key + E" to open Explorer, "Windows key + R" to open the Run command box, etc.), continue reading below. The Windows key is used in combination with other keyboard keys to make certain Windows tasks easier to […]
If you receive the error "Too many posts were made to a semaphore" when trying to change the attributes on an application (.exe) file, continue reading below to fix the problem.
If you cannot access the event viewer logs on a remote computer, due to error "Computer cannot be connected", continue reading below to fix the problem. Problem description: When you try to connect to another computer to view its event logs, the connection fails with error: "Computer "%name-of-remote-pc%" cannot be connected. Verify that the network […]
If you receive the "Publisher could not be verified" warning message when you try to open a trusted file or program, continue reading below to learn how to fix the issue.
If you want to find a way to disable the Windows key, when playing a game or when doing other tasks on your Windows 10/11 PC, continue reading below. The Windows key on your keyboard can be used to quickly open the Start menu, or in combination with other keys to do other actions in […]
If you receive the error "An assertion failure has occurred" when trying to modify the attributes on a downloaded program (application or .exe file), continue reading below to fix the problem.
If you receive the error 0xC004C032 when trying to activate Microsoft Office or when installing a Trial version of Microsoft Office, continue reading below to fix the problem.