Microsoft has released out-of-band updates for both Windows 10 and Windows 11 21H2. These updates address an SSL and TLS handshake issue. Download and install the update through the standalone installer given in this post.
The PhoneExperienceHost.exe is a legitimate process linked to the Phone Link app, but can also be disguised as malware. Learn how to check its legitimacy and disable it if not in use.
Vulnerabilities fixed include elevation of privilege, security feature bypass, remote code execution, information disclosure, DDoS and spoofing attacks.
You can view the usage history for all processes currently running, and which have run in the past, by enabling the option “Show history for all processes” in the Task Manager settings.
The “DNS server not responding” is a common error many users face. Usually, this can be addressed easily by performing a few simple tasks. Learn how to fix this problem and restore your internet connection.
As expected, Microsoft released Windows 10 22H2 on 18th October 2022. See how to install it right now!
The Windows operating system can take longer to load and boot up. Thankfully, there are features in Windows and the system BIOS that can help speed up the process, as well as some other tweaks for a quick boot.
SafeSearch blocks inappropriate and explicit content through search engines. Learn how to enable or disable SafeSearch in Windows, Android, Google, Bing, and DuckDuckGo.
SafeSearch filters out inappropriate search results and keeps the environment safe for you and your children. But lately, when trying to disable it, users have been experiencing some problems and are unable to do so. This can be fixed using these solutions.
The Hibernation mode in Windows saves a lot of power while maintaining your computer’s state. Hibernation can be enabled through the Command Prompt and you can toggle it from the Start menu, by pressing the power/sleep button, or simply by closing the lid.
Microsoft has updated the Windows 10 Insider Release Preview channel with L5017380, installing which will upgrade the operating system’s build to 19044.2075. This update brings a lot of fixes and changes to the OS, including disabling TLS 1.0 and 1.1 by default.
The “Driver Power State Failure” Blue Screen of Death can haunt Windows users repeatedly but is relevantly easier to fix. This issue is usually caused by a corrupted or malfunctioning driver, but other things may factor-in too. Here are several solutions for these different causes.