For the majority of users, Windows 10 build is not something important. However, build numbers hold a lot of information such as included apps, settings set by default, and so on. Knowing the number of your Windows build, you can find a lot of specific details about the product, its issues, settings, and other things. That is why we think it is very useful to know those numbers. In this article, we are going to explain how to find out your Windows build.
Sleep mode in Windows 10 is a very controversial thing. Some users deactivate it immediately because it is too much of inconvenience, while others think it has many advantages that should not be neglected. One of the main reasons for hating this mode are situations when your computer “falls to sleep” normally but fails to awake as it should – it literally refuses to wake up. When this happens, your only solution is to reboot the device losing all unsaved data, which can be catastrophic. So what you can do to prevent it from happening and what in general you should do when your PC or laptop doesn’t wake from sleep mode?
The 0x8000ffff error may occur and spoil your day in Windows in many different situations. You could be performing a system restore, or checking files, downloading a patch via Windows Update service, or copying documents – the error may appear out of nowhere. In today’s article, we will explain all known techniques to neutralize the problem and briefly talk about what causes it.
An error with this code occurs during the installation of .NET Framework 3.5. It prevents you from downloading and installing the package properly. Today we will explain how to fix this error in Windows 10.
Windows 10 was a great improvement, and a big step forward after Windows 8.1 New released brought many awesome features including the search bar that was integrated into the Windows taskbar. However, Windows 10 is not a perfect system, and sometimes users have problems with certain functions. The search function is not an exception and occasionally stops functioning properly or even pretends dead. If you have problems with Windows 10 search not working, read this article to find out why it is happening and how you can fix it.
The health of your hard drive directly affects two important things – all your saved files and how your operating system performance overall. Technical issues such as file system errors and bad blocks might end up with you losing personal data, problems with Windows booting, and the permanent death of your storage device.
You may get black screen problems with Windows in two different scenarios: when you are installing a new operating system or when Windows is booting. Depending on the case, we have different tips that should help you with the problem.
Today’s article will help you to deal with the SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION error, which appears on the blue screen of death in Windows. There are several reasons for BSOD with this error: excessive RAM usage, video driver errors, incorrect data transmitted to the system kernel code.
One of the most distinctive features of Windows 10 is its high-security requirements and strict user protection policy, which is active by default. Advanced protection is good to have, but sometimes it works against the user – when you cannot install an app just because Windows thinks it is not safe.
Developer and marketing teams in Microsoft are constantly inventing and looking for new functions that could be added to their new operating systems. Apart from traditional cosmetic interface changes, sometimes completely new features appear. Corporation’s leading experts are trying hard to keep up with the digital evolution and never fall behind their closest competitors on the market that create alternative systems for personal computers. The mode we will be talking about today (also known as “Focus Assist”) has been presented in Windows 8 – it’s the main purpose is to completely or partially disable unwanted pop-up notifications and alerts.