.NET Framework is needed to run .NET-based apps and programs that cannot run if it is corrupted, or the wrong version is installed. You can repair .NET by re-enabling it, reinstalling it, or repairing it by using a dedicated tool or from the Control Panel.
Nested virtualization enables you to perform virtualization tasks on top of a VM, like running a VM over a VM. However, this feature needs to be enabled manually per VM.
Keyboard shortcuts can be used to get tasks done quickly, rather than navigating around Windows and clicking the mouse buttons. This article lists almost all Windows shortcuts that you will ever need.
Microsoft releases Windows updates every second Tuesday of the month, known as Patch Tuesday updates. These are mandatory updates that include vulnerability and bug fixes, and occasionally new features. Learn what is new in them and download these updates.
SystemInfo.exe and MSInfo.exe are both tools that provide system information. However, systeminfo is a command line tool without a GUI, and cannot generate reports. While MSInfo can generate reports of both local and remote computers. Learn how to do it.
WSL allows you to run multiple Linux distros on top of the Windows OS. To install one, run “wsl –install -d” followed by the distribution name in Command Prompt.
You can view the hidden and protected items in Windows from File Explorer, Settings app, Control Panel, Windows Registry, Command Prompt, and PowerShell, the details of which can be found in this post.
One way to permanently delete an item is by using the Shift + Delete hotkeys. However, you can add this option to the context menu as well so that the deleted item does not end up in the Recycle Bin.
Python is a popular programming language and you can install multiple versions of it simultaneously. To check its version, type in “python –version” and PowerShell, or try out the other methods given in this post.
KB5018482 is available to install as an optional update for Windows 10 22H2, 21H2, 21H1, and 20H2. Install the update today using the .MSU files given in this post or through Windows Update.
Kiosk mode allows you to run only one app in a dedicated user account on a Windows machine while blocking all other apps and functions. It can be configured from Settings >> Accounts >> Family and other users/Other users.
What is virtualization and how to enable it on your computer? Run multiple instances of your computer using the same hardware!