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Long file names
Just in the last couple of days I've discovered I don't seem to be able to name my files anything longer than 30 characters. Knock wood, I haven't had any issues opening/saving existing files with names longer than that. What gives? I'm running: -Windows 10 Pro -Version 1909 -Installed 6/1/20 -OS build: 18363.1139 -Lenovo ThinkPad, 64-bit with 16 GB of RAM Thanks!
I think Microsoft is controlling my Computer
I used to be a member of the Windows Insider group, but I have not been active in almost a year... until I started researching Microsoft Windows ;E 5, then I noticed that thea few months ago I was testing software for a client, I was testing/researching Microsoft 365 E5, I tested it for about a month with my client to demonstrate everything that it can do for his company... Since then, I have done a factory reset on my computer, and changed my Microsoft account information, when Windows 10 Home was complete,, I purchased the Upgrade to Pro, I have tried to use bitlocker with problems from the Group Policy telling me that for Security some settings are managed by my system administrator, I am my own system admin. In recent weeks I purchased 2 YubiKey's so that I can use them with either Bitlocker or within windows for better and faster logins... but I have hit another road block and I cant get the Keys to work because some settings are not in my control. Windows Insider group was connected to the business programs... I ended that subscription... I cleaned and reinstalled Windows.. Help Please
i can't activate window
error code 0x8007232B
in place upgrade vs. reinstall
Sometimes, our devices may run into issues that doing the sfc /scannow command or creating a new user account, etc. will not fix the issues. Here are two popular methods to fix problems. 1) in place upgrade: What is an in place upgrade? It is basically reinstalling Windows while we get to keep our files, folders, settings, etc. It basically gives us a fresh couple of the Windows system files. Meaning, we might do the sfc /scannow command and it found corrupt system files that cannot be repaired. The in place upgrade will give us fresh system files. pros: We do not lose any files, folders, settings, etc. when choosing the in place upgrade. cons: When choosing this method, it will take a while to complete. It requires several restart of the device. If the device has a good CPU, etc., then it will be a little quicker but will still take time to complete. p.s. After the in place upgrade is finished, we might have to update few drivers again. Usually, the in place upgrade will revert the newer drivers to the previous ones. Remember, it will create Windows.old. That will take a lot of space. The best way is to go to storage under settings and Storage Sense to delete Windows.old. You can free up over 10GB of temporary files and can regain some C drive disk space. 2) reinstalling Windows 10: What this does is basically reinstalling Windows 10 again. Giving us a fresh start. pros: This method is usually quicker than the in place upgrade. cons: The cons of choosing this method is it wipes out everything. p.s. When choosing this method, I generally only wipe out the C drive but do not wipe out the D drive. If you want to choose this command, I suggest you to copy everything in the desktop or if you have put files, folders, etc. in the C drive to a portable drive. Also, download the bookmark from Edge, Chrome, etc. and save it to a portable drive. It is because after reinstallation of Windows 10, they will be gone.
Gave WU 2 days
No reason to wait for what's going to come anyway, when can be now. Well, I allowed 2 days for 21H1 to show via WU and tha's long enough. I've worked on it, know of it & about it for so long... it's release & I wasn't waiting or going without any longer. So, grabbed MCT ( Media Creation Tool/Update Assistant) and voila, ta da 😁👍👍 Edition Windows 10 Pro Version 21H1 Installed on 20-May-2021 OS build 19043.985 Experience Windows Feature Experience Pack 120.2212.2020.0 I find (was expected) 21H1 faster, snappier, more responsive than 20H2 was. Cheers, Drew
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Hello from Coco Village team we are using Microsoft applications and the latest windows in our company and we are happy our company got successful... we always recommend Microsoft to our friends and family
Preventing Shut Down From the Sign-in Screen
In order to prevent users from using the sign-in screen to shut down whether users are signed in or not, you can use Local Security Policy or the REG command. Here's how: Method 1: Local Security Policy NOTE: This method only applies to Windows 10 Pro. 1. Press WINDOWS LOGO + R. 2. Type "secpol.msc" (without the quotes) and press ENTER. 3. Double-click Local Policies. 4. Click Security Options. 5. Scroll down until you see Shutdown: Allow system to be shut down without having to log on and double-click it. 6. Click Disabled and click OK. Method 2: The REG command WARNING: Incorrectly using the registry editing tool can cause serious, system-wide problems that may require you to reinstall Windows 10 to correct them. Microsoft cannot guarantee that any problems resulting from the incorrect use of the registry editing tool can be solved. Use this tool at your own risk. 1. Press WINDOWS LOGO + R. 2. Type "cmd" (without the quotes) and press CTRL + SHIFT + ENTER. 3. Provide confirmation or type in the password if you see the User Account Control dialog box. 4. Type REG ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System /v shutdownwithoutlogon /t REG_DWORD /d 1 and press ENTER. 5. Type EXIT and then press ENTER. Now, whenever you press WINDOWS LOGO + L or you're not signed in yet, the Power icon that normally appears at the bottom-right corner of the screen will not be seen.
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WMI Host provider CPU and lsass.exe Memory utlization high
We are using Windows Server 2016 Datacenter build 10.0.14393.3297 We have observed CPU utilization of WMI Host provider and Memory utlization of lsass.exe process is very high due to which system is getting slow. In our application logs which queries to WMI, we have found "enumeration operation may not execute." We found below link which mentions some bug related to WMI host provider: https://support.microsoft.com/en-in/help/4096063/new-wmi-arbitrator-behavior-in-windows-server [^] The bug mentioned in above link seems fixed in below patch: https://support.microsoft.com/en-au/help/4088889/windows-10-update-kb4088889 1) Could you please let us know if the bug is still exist in Windows Server 2016 Datacenter build 10.0.14393.3297? 2) What could be reason for CPU utilization of WMI Host provider and Memory utlization of lsass.exe process is very high Thanks & Regards, Bhushan
How to fix DISM 0x800f081f.
hiya, As per the title, i was attempting to repair a windows source so that i could run dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth. I was following the instructions from here: https://www.wintips.org/fix-dism-0x800f081f-error-in-windows-10-8/ Everything was going fine 'til i reached step 3, part 4. and ran the command DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /Source:WIM:c:\install.wim:1 /LimitAccess The process did not complete successfully; i got the result: Error: 0x800f081f The source files could not be found. Use the "Source" option to specify the location of the files that are required to restore the feature. For more information on specifying a source location, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=243077. The DISM log file can be found at C:\WINDOWS\Logs\DISM\dism.log The file install.wim was at the location specified in the command. The dism log is here: https://1drv.ms/u/s!AspS96MLdqNkpAvdtoziBct0UqYP?e=V4UtMU Any advice would be much appreciated. cheers, a
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