Articles tagged: Windows 11
Drive letters like C:, D: and so on are assigned by Windows to reference your hard disks. They are not all cast in stone; most drive letters can be changed.
On returning from a screensaver, Windows can ask for a password. That’s a security measure that can be turned off… but be sure you should first.
Give Windows 11 a shot, but know that you can go back to Windows 10 if you need to.
How to back up Windows using its own built-in tools in eight easy steps. Four bonus steps handle Microsoft’s plans to retire one of those tools.
Windows startup is a complex process further complicated by the number of programs that add themselves to the list. Paring it down takes work.
Windows 11 is out to much fanfare, hype, and confusion. Unless you have specific reasons, you don’t need to upgrade yet.
If Windows 11 is not supported on your computer, there are several options. The best option is to wait.
Microsoft has made these free tools easier to get and keep automatically updated.
The System File Checker is a little-known, simple-to-run command-line program. It validates that Window’s operating files are undamaged.
Windows 11 hardware requirements brought the TPM, or Trusted Platform Module, into the spotlight. I’ll touch on what it is, why your machine might not appear to have one, and what to do if it doesn’t.
I installed Windows 11, and share some of my impressions.
The release of Windows 11 proved the statement that Windows 10 would be the last version of Windows to be wrong. But was it a lie?
You can download Windows versions 8.1, 10, and 11 from legitimate sources. If you have a legal retail product key, this could be your replacement media.
I prefer Windows Professional editions. Here’s what I consider the important differences between Windows Home and Pro.
If you forget your Wi-Fi password but you’re still connected, Windows can remind you what it is.