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HOW TO DISABLE WINDOWS DEFENDER ON WINDOWS 10?

 

windows defender is the perusing utilization of microsoft windows 10 working framework. in this post, you will realize, how to disable windows defender on windows 10 for all time and briefly. At the point when you restart the PC, windows protector will consequently turn on. You can kill windows protector for all time from windows vault documents.

 

How to Disable Windows Defender on Windows 10?

 

Windows Defender is the inbuilt security programming for windows 10. It will shield your PC from infection, malware or dangers that will accompany an outside gadget. It will give the best security to outer gadgets. Since it has restricted highlights, so it can't remain refreshed. That is the reason it isn't useful for web shrewd individual.

Debilitating Windows Defender prompts weakness. Your framework is currently risky and infection, malware can assault without any problem. Follow the means cautiously of the vault editorial manager. Since any off-base change can harm your windows working framework. Peruse and Follow the system cautiously.

 

Steps to Turn off Windows Defender

 

1. Click on Windows logo at the base left half of the screen. The beginning menu will show up.

2. Click on settings symbol accessible left side in the menu. Setting windows will open at this point.

3. Click on Update Security symbol accessible at the base column.

4. Now, click on Windows Security choice accessible at the upper side.

5. Click on infection and danger insurance, it will open windows protector window. It is the subsequent choice accessible beneath the "Insurance Areas. "

6. In the Middle of the page, you will locate the accessible choice to cripple windows protector.

7. Disable windows safeguard ongoing insurance, Click on the blue choice accessible at the center.

It will request the authorization click on alright. It will currently handicap windows safeguard on windows 10 briefly. At the point when you restart your PC, windows safeguard constant security will consequently begin once more.

 

Be that as it may, on the off chance that you need to kill windows safeguard for all time, at that point you can do it from the windows library proofreader. In any case, I prescribe you to utilize the means cautiously or take help of an expert. Thus, you can undoubtedly kill windows safeguard forever. Try not to play out any off-base assignment/step since it can degenerate your windows documents.

 

Killing windows protector isn't a lot of hard, yet you have to continue cautiously with the means. A solitary wrong advance can degenerate your windows vault record. In this way, you can find support from a Microsoft specialist. He will deal with your PC and mood killer windows security for you.

 

Steps to Disable Windows Defender

1. Click on the windows logo shows up at the left half of the windows. The start will show up on the screen.

2. Now, open library document manager, you can discover it by composing Regedit in the hunt box. Presently click on the Regedit symbol from the rundown, permit the consent. This permits the client to make changes with the Windows working framework's center document.

3. Open Windows Defender organizer. You can discover the area of windows safeguard by growing the organizer accessible left side menu.

4. Expand the "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE" organizer by double-tapping it (skirt this progression if the envelope is as of now extended).

5. Expand the "Product" envelope.

6. Scroll down and grow the "Arrangements" organizer.

7. Expand the "Microsoft" envelope.

8. Click once the "Windows Defender" envelope.

9. Now right snap-on the windows protector envelope. A-List of drop-down menu will show up.

10. Click on New (Second Option)

11. Click on "DWORD Value" this will open a menu.

12. Enter "DisableAntiSpyware" as the record name. At the point when the DWORD record shows up, type in DisableAntiSpyware and afterward press ↵ Enter.

 

13. Open the "DisableAntiSpyware" DWORD record. Double-tap it to do as such. A spring up window will open.

14. Replace the "Worth information" number with 1. This basically turns on the DWORD esteem.

15. Now, click on "alright"

16. Reboot your framework. These means will cripple windows protector on windows 10 for all time.

 

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On the off chance that you are not a specialized individual, at that point, you have to contact Microsoft Windows Defender to uphold the telephone number. The professional will check for the issue and help you to handicap the windows protector on windows 10. The specialists are Microsoft confirmed and experienced individuals. That is accessible nonstop to support the professionals.

 

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Chrome needs variable input to active user scripts. To Enable these user script addon within every start up, best way is to edit the Registry for Google Chrome.

 

Located at my Maschine:

HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Applications\chrome.exe\shell\open\command\

 

before

"C:\Programme\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" -- "%1"

 

after:

"C:\Programme\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" --enable-user-scripts "%1"

Desired key and path in regedit to enable Windows Home Server assemblies to show up in the Add Reference dialog.

Type "regedit" from the run prompt to open the registry editor.

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another shot with less dramatic lighting. as for what i think of the phone: i really like it. it fits in my pocket about the same as the v600 did, but it's not as dense so it feels less like i'm carrying a rock around with me. and it's pretty functional too. one of my major problems with the v600 was always that it wanted to be so much, and failed in every way. it had functionality for email, appointments, basic web browsing, but all of it was half-assed. it could claim that it did some things, but it could never claim it did any of them well. the 8125 does a lot, and it does it well. email is handled by pocket outlook, and is surprisingly smooth. no hassles and none of the crapulence i've come to expect from desktop outlook. pocket IE... meh, it's there. i don't bother it, it doesn't bother me. i doubt it'll see much use. text messaging is also handled by pocket outlook, which seems like it'll work out fine. bluetooth and wifi all connect smoothly, though i still have to do a regedit later to enable the 802.11G capability. typing on the keyboard is easy for most situations, certainly easier than using a numeric keypad. the camera is 1.3 megapixels and i haven't really tried it out yet. calls? oh yeah, i guess it makes calls too. they sound ok.

 

when i was driving home it hit me that, should the need arise, i could pull over and as long as i was getting a signal i could pull a device out of my shirt pocket that would be able to use the web, send and receive email, get on irc, instant message people, take a pic and upload it to flickr, grab RSS feeds, whatever, with no complaining and no slowdowns.

 

and that's when i knew i was living in... THE FUTURRRRRE!!!

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UPDATE!

 

i'm happy to report that it's quite stable when tethered via bluetooth to the laptop. speed is about the same as a 56k modem, albeit with longer ping times. this is, in fact, a huge leap forward from the previous phone which averaged about 9600 baud.

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事由: 2011.6.28晚上, 以家裡的桌機連上私人信箱web mail網頁, 還沒開始點擊相關按鈕開啟信箱時

電腦喇叭突然響起空襲警報聲, 螢幕出現上述的類似防毒程式畫面, 顯示經掃瞄發現約117個檔案染病毒, 剎時氣氛搞得很緊張. 如果要解毒, 得連上該[防毒程式]公司的網頁取得licence, 不過那當然是要付費的, 有畫面接受使用者輸入信用卡卡號等機密資料….

 

咦… 不對呀!??

1.我的電腦從沒裝過所謂的Personal Shield Pro防毒程式

2.點擊該程式的說明連結, 找不到該公司的官方介紹

3.感覺奇怪, 怎有如此暴力介入的防毒程式…響起空襲警報, 外加接管電腦主控權.

 

所以另找其他電腦上網搜尋做功課, Mr.850何其有幸, 還真是與世界潮流同步!!! 發現這似乎是2011.6月內剛問世的木馬程式, 雖然搞不清楚它是怎麼找上門的, 但當場立即先做緊急應變, 將網路線拔開, 隔離網際網路, 以免中毒電腦裡的金銀財寶與珍藏AV檔 (ps: AV= Audio & Video) 被不斷往外拋.

 

當時試了電腦的[工作管理員], 但被綁票無法中斷該冒牌防毒程式執行, [regedit]也淪陷無作用... 8-(

 

隔天6.29 問了公司的IT同事, 原本想找他幫忙製作可開機的USB碟或光碟, 但他告訴我可在開機時連續按F8而選擇進入{Windows安全模式] , 想說既然是所謂的安全模式, 應當可暫時脫離木馬程式的魔掌, 但回家後試著開機, 發現該木馬程式的動作順序超快, 一旦進入 {Windows安全模式], 木馬程式依然健立即發威~~~

 

蝦咪…

我可不想因此重灌電腦系統(win XP)啊, 那是耗時間浪費生命的事, 因為早已習慣原本的各常用程式的設定, 上網做了外國功課, 當白老鼠加上自己的微調, 提出以下的作法, 至少自己剛服用過可完全康復,

畢竟取之網路用之網路, 有了人助之後也得回饋助人, 社會才得以進步不是嗎?

 

參考資訊來源在此~~~

該作者持續update中, 已有幾名中毒網友上網留言call help, 該網誌原本(2011.6.28) 只有文字說明,

但隔沒兩天發現已更新加入video輔助說明, 版主真是佛心來著~~

 

Solutions as proposed by Mr.850:

1.另找一台電腦, 下載應用程式中止工具 PKiller , 將檔案存到電腦桌面上.

2.存檔時請務必先重新命名, 把預設的 “Pkiller.exe” 更名為 “Pkiller.cmd”

(註: 看來該木馬程式的罩門是專封鎖.exe類別的檔案)

3.開啟遭木馬程式染指的中毒電腦, 電腦會哇哇叫空襲警報, 免驚!! 先不理它, 它能再叫也沒多久了 !D

4.把步驟2所存的“Pkiller.cmd” 拷貝到中毒電腦的硬碟

5.於中毒電腦執行 “Pkiller.cmd” 程式, 你會發現木馬程式被中止

6.這時請再以你的防毒程式掃描, 逮出並刪除該木馬程式

 

上述資料來源網頁中提到的 GridinSoft Trojan Killer 清除木馬程式, Mr.850並不推薦, 因為它雖然可幫你掃描出電腦裡被暗植的哪幾隻可疑木馬程式, 但要清除那些木馬的話, 則需用白花花的銀兩(約NT.1400) 先買License 才能有清除木馬的功能. 掃除木馬程式的軟體有百百款, 既然 GridinSoft Trojan Killer 的功能不是專門對付Personal Shield Pro, 那麼就另找免費防毒資源掃毒去, 或可先叫醒你電腦中的防毒軟體試著把這冒牌的防毒程式給PK掉.

 

倒是Pkiller.cmd能先中止木馬程式的自動執行, 這就是關鍵了~~

 

日行一善, 以上報告.

祝 用機平安!!

 

Ps: 不當的網站別亂逛 ^!^

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While working on computers, there is a high probability that your system may freeze for no rhyme or reason. If your computer freezes frequently, it is time you first figure out the reasons behind such malfunctioning of your system.

 

Reasons Why Computer Freezes on Startup

There are myriad reasons for a computer freezing on startup. Following are a few causes, which could be detrimental in freezing your system more often.

Defective hardware (Electrostatic discharge and loose connections between hardware and computer motherboard)

Faulty software (Codes using lot of RAM; software infected with adbots, viruses and spyware)

Bugged operating systems (A corrupted Windows registry of operating system)

Infected drivers (Improper installation of drivers, small programs that enable the hardware and software to work in sync)

In all the above, the root cause that answers your query on why computer freezes is, almost all computers today are assembled and so the hardware components are manufactured by different vendors, which may result in hardware malfunctioning of the system. If your software is corrupted with malicious programs through Internet, freezing on startup is a warning sign indicating that your operating system may be at risk. This is because, viruses and spyware usually replicate their code and store them at hidden locations in your system, thereby using up more RAM. This eventually slows down your system. However, if the registry of the operating system is corrupted, then a symptom like computer freezing on startup would indicate warning to reformat your system.

Computer Freezes Shortly After Startup - Fixing the Problem

Sometimes, it may happen that you log into your system and as the system is loading, your computer freezes randomly, and no matter how many times you tap your keys and bang your mouse, the system remains frozen. In that case, I would suggest you to try the following:

Reboot your system and set your system in clean boot.

Click on Start, and type msconfig in the search box of the start menu and click on Enter.

The system may prompt you for a confirmation, sometimes asking for an administrator's password. Type the password and click on Continue.

Now, click on selective startup on General tab and under the Selective startup of the General tab, clear the load startup items checkbox.

Select Services tab and click the check box for Hide all Microsoft Services. Then click on Disable All.

Click OK. And once the system prompts, click on Restart.

If your system starts, apply divide and conquer algorithm to detect the non Microsoft service which is causing the problem, if your system is running on Windows Vista or Windows XP.

Once the startup fiasco is solved, check for the registry. Here are some steps to check this.

Click on Start.

In the search box of startup menu, type REGEDIT. Click Enter.

Now find this registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\FileSystem

Once found, set the NtfsDisable8dot3NameCreation to 1 to delete any duplicate or short versions for DOS names.

Computer Freezes After Startup But Works in Safe Mode - Fixing the Problem

Most people complain about the computer freezing up in Windows Vista and they might also observe that it prompts for the system to start in 'Safe Mode', once rebooted. Now before understanding whether this safe mode is advisable or not, it is important to understand what this safe mode is all about. Safe mode is a special way for Windows to load when a system is not starting in the normal mode. Now in the safe mode, not all functions are enabled. Most device drivers are not loaded (like that of printer and scanner). The command files autoexec.bat or config.sys are not run. Standard VGA graphic mode is used and not the normal graphics device driver. In this mode, the system checks for the msdos.sys for information to find the required Window files. So now the question arises, what to do once the system boots in safe mode? To check the root reason for what had caused Windows to load incompletely should be your first plan of action.

Click on Start, and click on control panel. In recent times, if you have added any device driver, try uninstalling it and then attempt a reboot. If your system starts normally, it means that the device was having some conflict with the driver software. Check further for installation of games or new applications and try uninstalling them as well, if you have doubts about their installation. However, if there is no problem with the hardware or the software, then it indicates a corrupt registry issue, which can be resolved only by getting a new installation copy of Windows.

When you face such an issue, do not jump into conclusions, that your system needs reformatting. Check out all the possible causes and try to figure out the core reason why your computer freezes after starting. And yes, one more important thing, always save your data in backup devices like CD or a pen drive. It will save your work at least!

 

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To display the version and build number open the RUN dialog by pressing WIN+R and type REGEDIT and click OK.

Select YES to User Account Control.

Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop.

Select Desktop in the left pane, and look for PaintDesktopVersion in the right-hand pane.

Double-click on PaintDesktopVersion and Type 1 then click OK.

Close Regedit and restart.

 

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2nd, Registry Editor (regedit.exe) window.

This is a small tutorial on how to change the edit button on Windows 7 and Windows Vista when you right click an image. The default is set to open Paint.NET but there is a way to change the default option to open programs like Photoshop or GIMP.

 

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As Microsoft continues to wrestle with the fallout from the v1903 update released back in May, it seems that a new problem crops up in Windows 10

 

for every problem the company solves. Fixes are released for fixes, but in fixing the original issue they create new and unexpected ones. What gives, Microsoft?

 

Microsoft is working on features to mitigate the pain of faulty updates. Preview builds now have the option to postpone Windows updates for up to thirty-five days, and Microsoft has just announced that it may soon be rolling out an update that – get this – will roll back broken Windows 10 updates.

 

Latest Windows 10 Update Problems and How to Fix Them

 

It’s a good idea, but just imagine if this update was itself broken, and you had to find a way to roll back the rollback-enabling update? Yep, it would be ironic, but on Microsoft’s current form not all that surprising.

 

KB4524147 Update: Start Menu, Cortana, Edge Problems Continue

 

Just about a month ago, Microsoft released the cumulative KB4524147 update for Windows 10. What was meant to be a minor assortment of improvements and security updates ended up borking crucial system features like the Start menu, Search, Cortana and Edge.

 

Since then, Microsoft released the KB4522355 update to fix these problems, but they haven’t been fixed for everyone. At the time of writing, many users are reporting issues with the above features and there’s no official fix in sight.

 

In the meantime, you can work around this issue by performing a system restore to some point before you installed the update. To do this go to “Control Panel -> System -> Advanced system settings -> System Protection tab -> System Restore”, then follow the instructions.

 

[FIXED IN KB4515384] KB4512941 Update: High CPU Usage by Cortana

 

The KB4512941 update to Windows 10 (v1903) was rolled out in September, and was intended to make myriad improvements to the operating system. The main focus of this update is Mixed Reality, which received a number of bugfixes, increased compatibility with Win32 apps, and some improvements to Mixed Reality game stability.

 

But this update has also caused the already contentious Cortana voice assistant to hog a huge amount of CPU when running in the background. Until Microsoft rolls out an official fix, you’ll need to go to the registry to fix this:

 

To do this, open the registry by pressing Win + R then entering regedit.

 

Next, navigate to the following directory in Regedit:

 

\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Search\

 

In the right-hand pane, you should see a REG_DWORD value called “BingSearchEnabled” (if not, right-click anywhere in the pane, select New -> DWORD (32-bit) Value and create it).

 

Right-click BingSearchEnabled, and set its Value to 0.

 

Struggling with high CPU usage anyway? Check out our list of fixes for 100% CPU usage in Windows 10

 

KB4505903 Update: Bluetooth Speaker Problems

 

Microsoft has been forcing users to upgrade to the v1903 Windows 10 update, even though it continues to cause problems.

 

The cumulative update released on July 26 has caused some serious problems for users with internal PC speakers. Users have reported Bluetooth speakers either not connecting to your PC or emitting poor sound quality. Alternatively, even if you connect a Bluetooth speaker, the sound continues coming through the internal speakers instead.

 

There’s no proper fix for this yet, but there is a workaround.

 

Open a command prompt, then enter the following command:

 

sfc /scannow

 

Black Screen – KB4503327 Security Update

 

If you haven’t yet upgraded to the Windows 10 May 2019 update (v1903), then you may find yourself affected by a black-screen bug resulting from a minor security upgrade that’s part of the June 2019 cumulative update.

 

Microsoft has revealed in a support document that users still on Windows 10 version 1809 and 1803 may be faced with a black screen after applying the KB4503327 security upgrade.

 

If you experience this problem, Microsoft recommends the following workaround while it works on a proper fix:

 

Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete

 

Click the Power button in the bottom right corner then “Restart”.

 

Think your black screen may be caused by something else? Check out our list list of ways to fix a black screen on your Windows 10 PC.

 

How to Fix and Avoid Broken Windows 10 Updates

 

Check Your Windows 10 Build

 

Before looking into rolling back and fixing broken Windows 10 updates, you need to check which build of Windows you’re currently on, which will confirm which issues are affecting you. To do this, just go to “Settings -> Update & Security -> View update history.”

 

In the new window click the arrow next to “Feature Updates” to see the version of Windows that you’re currently using, and click “Quality Updates” to see all the smaller “KB” updates you have installed.

 

Block and Defer Windows 10 Updates

 

The first thing you can do to avoid getting the above update problems and more is to take over the control when your Windows 10 updates. This way you can hold off getting updates the moment Microsoft rolls them out, monitor the news for a bit to see if any major errors crop up, then manually do the update yourself.

 

Recently, Windows Insiders revealed that an update is coming to Windows 10 (around April 2019) which will allow all Windows users (including Home users) to pause updates by up to seven days. In the meantime, if you’re on Windows 10 Pro, enterprise, Education or S, you can postpone updates by going to Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update. Here, select the option ‘Choose when updates are installed’ and pick the number of days you’d like to delay it by.

 

There’s another way to take control of Windows 10 updates – depending on whether you have the Home or Pro version of the OS – and we have a guide that takes you through disabling and scheduling Windows 10 updates.

 

How to Roll Back Windows 10 Updates

 

After every major update Windows 10 gives you a ten-day window to roll back to a previous version of Windows. It’s a useful feature and should give you enough time to judge whether you have a problematic update. Of course, this won’t recover your files if Windows 10 deletes them, but at least you’ll be on a more stable version of the OS.

 

To do this, go to Windows 10 Settings, then click “Update & security -> Recovery.” Below “Reset this PC” you should see the option to “go back to the previous version of Windows 10.” Click “Get started,” then follow the steps to roll back Windows 10. Again, this option is only available for ten days after a Windows 10 build update.

 

Conclusion

 

Few things on PC are more frustrating than an update – ostensibly to improve performance – borking your system, but unfortunately Microsoft has form in this respect. It’s worth saying that the majority of users go through these updates without issue, but the majority isn’t enough when the consequences for the few can be so severe. Stay tuned here for the latest Windows 10 update issues and leave a comment if you have new update problems to report – help may be at hand.

 

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As Microsoft continues to wrestle with the fallout from the v1903 update released back in May, it seems that a new problem crops up in Windows 10

 

for every problem the company solves. Fixes are released for fixes, but in fixing the original issue they create new and unexpected ones. What gives, Microsoft?

 

Microsoft is working on features to mitigate the pain of faulty updates. Preview builds now have the option to postpone Windows updates for up to thirty-five days, and Microsoft has just announced that it may soon be rolling out an update that – get this – will roll back broken Windows 10 updates.

 

Latest Windows 10 Update Problems and How to Fix Them

 

It’s a good idea, but just imagine if this update was itself broken, and you had to find a way to roll back the rollback-enabling update? Yep, it would be ironic, but on Microsoft’s current form not all that surprising.

 

KB4524147 Update: Start Menu, Cortana, Edge Problems Continue

 

Just about a month ago, Microsoft released the cumulative KB4524147 update for Windows 10. What was meant to be a minor assortment of improvements and security updates ended up borking crucial system features like the Start menu, Search, Cortana and Edge.

 

Since then, Microsoft released the KB4522355 update to fix these problems, but they haven’t been fixed for everyone. At the time of writing, many users are reporting issues with the above features and there’s no official fix in sight.

 

In the meantime, you can work around this issue by performing a system restore to some point before you installed the update. To do this go to “Control Panel -> System -> Advanced system settings -> System Protection tab -> System Restore”, then follow the instructions.

 

[FIXED IN KB4515384] KB4512941 Update: High CPU Usage by Cortana

 

The KB4512941 update to Windows 10 (v1903) was rolled out in September, and was intended to make myriad improvements to the operating system. The main focus of this update is Mixed Reality, which received a number of bugfixes, increased compatibility with Win32 apps, and some improvements to Mixed Reality game stability.

 

But this update has also caused the already contentious Cortana voice assistant to hog a huge amount of CPU when running in the background. Until Microsoft rolls out an official fix, you’ll need to go to the registry to fix this:

 

To do this, open the registry by pressing Win + R then entering regedit.

 

Next, navigate to the following directory in Regedit:

 

\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Search\

 

In the right-hand pane, you should see a REG_DWORD value called “BingSearchEnabled” (if not, right-click anywhere in the pane, select New -> DWORD (32-bit) Value and create it).

 

Right-click BingSearchEnabled, and set its Value to 0.

 

Struggling with high CPU usage anyway? Check out our list of fixes for 100% CPU usage in Windows 10

 

KB4505903 Update: Bluetooth Speaker Problems

 

Microsoft has been forcing users to upgrade to the v1903 Windows 10 update, even though it continues to cause problems.

 

The cumulative update released on July 26 has caused some serious problems for users with internal PC speakers. Users have reported Bluetooth speakers either not connecting to your PC or emitting poor sound quality. Alternatively, even if you connect a Bluetooth speaker, the sound continues coming through the internal speakers instead.

 

There’s no proper fix for this yet, but there is a workaround.

 

Open a command prompt, then enter the following command:

 

sfc /scannow

 

Black Screen – KB4503327 Security Update

 

If you haven’t yet upgraded to the Windows 10 May 2019 update (v1903), then you may find yourself affected by a black-screen bug resulting from a minor security upgrade that’s part of the June 2019 cumulative update.

 

Microsoft has revealed in a support document that users still on Windows 10 version 1809 and 1803 may be faced with a black screen after applying the KB4503327 security upgrade.

 

If you experience this problem, Microsoft recommends the following workaround while it works on a proper fix:

 

Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete

 

Click the Power button in the bottom right corner then “Restart”.

 

Think your black screen may be caused by something else? Check out our list list of ways to fix a black screen on your Windows 10 PC.

 

How to Fix and Avoid Broken Windows 10 Updates

 

Check Your Windows 10 Build

 

Before looking into rolling back and fixing broken Windows 10 updates, you need to check which build of Windows you’re currently on, which will confirm which issues are affecting you. To do this, just go to “Settings -> Update & Security -> View update history.”

 

In the new window click the arrow next to “Feature Updates” to see the version of Windows that you’re currently using, and click “Quality Updates” to see all the smaller “KB” updates you have installed.

 

Block and Defer Windows 10 Updates

 

The first thing you can do to avoid getting the above update problems and more is to take over the control when your Windows 10 updates. This way you can hold off getting updates the moment Microsoft rolls them out, monitor the news for a bit to see if any major errors crop up, then manually do the update yourself.

 

Recently, Windows Insiders revealed that an update is coming to Windows 10 (around April 2019) which will allow all Windows users (including Home users) to pause updates by up to seven days. In the meantime, if you’re on Windows 10 Pro, enterprise, Education or S, you can postpone updates by going to Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update. Here, select the option ‘Choose when updates are installed’ and pick the number of days you’d like to delay it by.

 

There’s another way to take control of Windows 10 updates – depending on whether you have the Home or Pro version of the OS – and we have a guide that takes you through disabling and scheduling Windows 10 updates.

 

How to Roll Back Windows 10 Updates

 

After every major update Windows 10 gives you a ten-day window to roll back to a previous version of Windows. It’s a useful feature and should give you enough time to judge whether you have a problematic update. Of course, this won’t recover your files if Windows 10 deletes them, but at least you’ll be on a more stable version of the OS.

 

To do this, go to Windows 10 Settings, then click “Update & security -> Recovery.” Below “Reset this PC” you should see the option to “go back to the previous version of Windows 10.” Click “Get started,” then follow the steps to roll back Windows 10. Again, this option is only available for ten days after a Windows 10 build update.

 

Conclusion

 

Few things on PC are more frustrating than an update – ostensibly to improve performance – borking your system, but unfortunately Microsoft has form in this respect. It’s worth saying that the majority of users go through these updates without issue, but the majority isn’t enough when the consequences for the few can be so severe. Stay tuned here for the latest Windows 10 update issues and leave a comment if you have new update problems to report – help may be at hand.

 

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As Microsoft continues to wrestle with the fallout from the v1903 update released back in May, it seems that a new problem crops up in Windows 10

 

for every problem the company solves. Fixes are released for fixes, but in fixing the original issue they create new and unexpected ones. What gives, Microsoft?

 

Microsoft is working on features to mitigate the pain of faulty updates. Preview builds now have the option to postpone Windows updates for up to thirty-five days, and Microsoft has just announced that it may soon be rolling out an update that – get this – will roll back broken Windows 10 updates.

 

Latest Windows 10 Update Problems and How to Fix Them

 

It’s a good idea, but just imagine if this update was itself broken, and you had to find a way to roll back the rollback-enabling update? Yep, it would be ironic, but on Microsoft’s current form not all that surprising.

 

KB4524147 Update: Start Menu, Cortana, Edge Problems Continue

 

Just about a month ago, Microsoft released the cumulative KB4524147 update for Windows 10. What was meant to be a minor assortment of improvements and security updates ended up borking crucial system features like the Start menu, Search, Cortana and Edge.

 

Since then, Microsoft released the KB4522355 update to fix these problems, but they haven’t been fixed for everyone. At the time of writing, many users are reporting issues with the above features and there’s no official fix in sight.

 

In the meantime, you can work around this issue by performing a system restore to some point before you installed the update. To do this go to “Control Panel -> System -> Advanced system settings -> System Protection tab -> System Restore”, then follow the instructions.

 

[FIXED IN KB4515384] KB4512941 Update: High CPU Usage by Cortana

 

The KB4512941 update to Windows 10 (v1903) was rolled out in September, and was intended to make myriad improvements to the operating system. The main focus of this update is Mixed Reality, which received a number of bugfixes, increased compatibility with Win32 apps, and some improvements to Mixed Reality game stability.

 

But this update has also caused the already contentious Cortana voice assistant to hog a huge amount of CPU when running in the background. Until Microsoft rolls out an official fix, you’ll need to go to the registry to fix this:

 

To do this, open the registry by pressing Win + R then entering regedit.

 

Next, navigate to the following directory in Regedit:

 

\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Search\

 

In the right-hand pane, you should see a REG_DWORD value called “BingSearchEnabled” (if not, right-click anywhere in the pane, select New -> DWORD (32-bit) Value and create it).

 

Right-click BingSearchEnabled, and set its Value to 0.

 

Struggling with high CPU usage anyway? Check out our list of fixes for 100% CPU usage in Windows 10

 

KB4505903 Update: Bluetooth Speaker Problems

 

Microsoft has been forcing users to upgrade to the v1903 Windows 10 update, even though it continues to cause problems.

 

The cumulative update released on July 26 has caused some serious problems for users with internal PC speakers. Users have reported Bluetooth speakers either not connecting to your PC or emitting poor sound quality. Alternatively, even if you connect a Bluetooth speaker, the sound continues coming through the internal speakers instead.

 

There’s no proper fix for this yet, but there is a workaround.

 

Open a command prompt, then enter the following command:

 

sfc /scannow

 

Black Screen – KB4503327 Security Update

 

If you haven’t yet upgraded to the Windows 10 May 2019 update (v1903), then you may find yourself affected by a black-screen bug resulting from a minor security upgrade that’s part of the June 2019 cumulative update.

 

Microsoft has revealed in a support document that users still on Windows 10 version 1809 and 1803 may be faced with a black screen after applying the KB4503327 security upgrade.

 

If you experience this problem, Microsoft recommends the following workaround while it works on a proper fix:

 

Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete

 

Click the Power button in the bottom right corner then “Restart”.

 

Think your black screen may be caused by something else? Check out our list list of ways to fix a black screen on your Windows 10 PC.

 

How to Fix and Avoid Broken Windows 10 Updates

 

Check Your Windows 10 Build

 

Before looking into rolling back and fixing broken Windows 10 updates, you need to check which build of Windows you’re currently on, which will confirm which issues are affecting you. To do this, just go to “Settings -> Update & Security -> View update history.”

 

In the new window click the arrow next to “Feature Updates” to see the version of Windows that you’re currently using, and click “Quality Updates” to see all the smaller “KB” updates you have installed.

 

Block and Defer Windows 10 Updates

 

The first thing you can do to avoid getting the above update problems and more is to take over the control when your Windows 10 updates. This way you can hold off getting updates the moment Microsoft rolls them out, monitor the news for a bit to see if any major errors crop up, then manually do the update yourself.

 

Recently, Windows Insiders revealed that an update is coming to Windows 10 (around April 2019) which will allow all Windows users (including Home users) to pause updates by up to seven days. In the meantime, if you’re on Windows 10 Pro, enterprise, Education or S, you can postpone updates by going to Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update. Here, select the option ‘Choose when updates are installed’ and pick the number of days you’d like to delay it by.

 

There’s another way to take control of Windows 10 updates – depending on whether you have the Home or Pro version of the OS – and we have a guide that takes you through disabling and scheduling Windows 10 updates.

 

How to Roll Back Windows 10 Updates

 

After every major update Windows 10 gives you a ten-day window to roll back to a previous version of Windows. It’s a useful feature and should give you enough time to judge whether you have a problematic update. Of course, this won’t recover your files if Windows 10 deletes them, but at least you’ll be on a more stable version of the OS.

 

To do this, go to Windows 10 Settings, then click “Update & security -> Recovery.” Below “Reset this PC” you should see the option to “go back to the previous version of Windows 10.” Click “Get started,” then follow the steps to roll back Windows 10. Again, this option is only available for ten days after a Windows 10 build update.

 

Conclusion

 

Few things on PC are more frustrating than an update – ostensibly to improve performance – borking your system, but unfortunately Microsoft has form in this respect. It’s worth saying that the majority of users go through these updates without issue, but the majority isn’t enough when the consequences for the few can be so severe. Stay tuned here for the latest Windows 10 update issues and leave a comment if you have new update problems to report – help may be at hand.

 

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As Microsoft continues to wrestle with the fallout from the v1903 update released back in May, it seems that a new problem crops up in Windows 10

 

for every problem the company solves. Fixes are released for fixes, but in fixing the original issue they create new and unexpected ones. What gives, Microsoft?

 

Microsoft is working on features to mitigate the pain of faulty updates. Preview builds now have the option to postpone Windows updates for up to thirty-five days, and Microsoft has just announced that it may soon be rolling out an update that – get this – will roll back broken Windows 10 updates.

 

Latest Windows 10 Update Problems and How to Fix Them

 

It’s a good idea, but just imagine if this update was itself broken, and you had to find a way to roll back the rollback-enabling update? Yep, it would be ironic, but on Microsoft’s current form not all that surprising.

 

KB4524147 Update: Start Menu, Cortana, Edge Problems Continue

 

Just about a month ago, Microsoft released the cumulative KB4524147 update for Windows 10. What was meant to be a minor assortment of improvements and security updates ended up borking crucial system features like the Start menu, Search, Cortana and Edge.

 

Since then, Microsoft released the KB4522355 update to fix these problems, but they haven’t been fixed for everyone. At the time of writing, many users are reporting issues with the above features and there’s no official fix in sight.

 

In the meantime, you can work around this issue by performing a system restore to some point before you installed the update. To do this go to “Control Panel -> System -> Advanced system settings -> System Protection tab -> System Restore”, then follow the instructions.

 

[FIXED IN KB4515384] KB4512941 Update: High CPU Usage by Cortana

 

The KB4512941 update to Windows 10 (v1903) was rolled out in September, and was intended to make myriad improvements to the operating system. The main focus of this update is Mixed Reality, which received a number of bugfixes, increased compatibility with Win32 apps, and some improvements to Mixed Reality game stability.

 

But this update has also caused the already contentious Cortana voice assistant to hog a huge amount of CPU when running in the background. Until Microsoft rolls out an official fix, you’ll need to go to the registry to fix this:

 

To do this, open the registry by pressing Win + R then entering regedit.

 

Next, navigate to the following directory in Regedit:

 

\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Search\

 

In the right-hand pane, you should see a REG_DWORD value called “BingSearchEnabled” (if not, right-click anywhere in the pane, select New -> DWORD (32-bit) Value and create it).

 

Right-click BingSearchEnabled, and set its Value to 0.

 

Struggling with high CPU usage anyway? Check out our list of fixes for 100% CPU usage in Windows 10

 

KB4505903 Update: Bluetooth Speaker Problems

 

Microsoft has been forcing users to upgrade to the v1903 Windows 10 update, even though it continues to cause problems.

 

The cumulative update released on July 26 has caused some serious problems for users with internal PC speakers. Users have reported Bluetooth speakers either not connecting to your PC or emitting poor sound quality. Alternatively, even if you connect a Bluetooth speaker, the sound continues coming through the internal speakers instead.

 

There’s no proper fix for this yet, but there is a workaround.

 

Open a command prompt, then enter the following command:

 

sfc /scannow

 

Black Screen – KB4503327 Security Update

 

If you haven’t yet upgraded to the Windows 10 May 2019 update (v1903), then you may find yourself affected by a black-screen bug resulting from a minor security upgrade that’s part of the June 2019 cumulative update.

 

Microsoft has revealed in a support document that users still on Windows 10 version 1809 and 1803 may be faced with a black screen after applying the KB4503327 security upgrade.

 

If you experience this problem, Microsoft recommends the following workaround while it works on a proper fix:

 

Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete

 

Click the Power button in the bottom right corner then “Restart”.

 

Think your black screen may be caused by something else? Check out our list list of ways to fix a black screen on your Windows 10 PC.

 

How to Fix and Avoid Broken Windows 10 Updates

 

Check Your Windows 10 Build

 

Before looking into rolling back and fixing broken Windows 10 updates, you need to check which build of Windows you’re currently on, which will confirm which issues are affecting you. To do this, just go to “Settings -> Update & Security -> View update history.”

 

In the new window click the arrow next to “Feature Updates” to see the version of Windows that you’re currently using, and click “Quality Updates” to see all the smaller “KB” updates you have installed.

 

Block and Defer Windows 10 Updates

 

The first thing you can do to avoid getting the above update problems and more is to take over the control when your Windows 10 updates. This way you can hold off getting updates the moment Microsoft rolls them out, monitor the news for a bit to see if any major errors crop up, then manually do the update yourself.

 

Recently, Windows Insiders revealed that an update is coming to Windows 10 (around April 2019) which will allow all Windows users (including Home users) to pause updates by up to seven days. In the meantime, if you’re on Windows 10 Pro, enterprise, Education or S, you can postpone updates by going to Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update. Here, select the option ‘Choose when updates are installed’ and pick the number of days you’d like to delay it by.

 

There’s another way to take control of Windows 10 updates – depending on whether you have the Home or Pro version of the OS – and we have a guide that takes you through disabling and scheduling Windows 10 updates.

 

How to Roll Back Windows 10 Updates

 

After every major update Windows 10 gives you a ten-day window to roll back to a previous version of Windows. It’s a useful feature and should give you enough time to judge whether you have a problematic update. Of course, this won’t recover your files if Windows 10 deletes them, but at least you’ll be on a more stable version of the OS.

 

To do this, go to Windows 10 Settings, then click “Update & security -> Recovery.” Below “Reset this PC” you should see the option to “go back to the previous version of Windows 10.” Click “Get started,” then follow the steps to roll back Windows 10. Again, this option is only available for ten days after a Windows 10 build update.

 

Conclusion

 

Few things on PC are more frustrating than an update – ostensibly to improve performance – borking your system, but unfortunately Microsoft has form in this respect. It’s worth saying that the majority of users go through these updates without issue, but the majority isn’t enough when the consequences for the few can be so severe. Stay tuned here for the latest Windows 10 update issues and leave a comment if you have new update problems to report – help may be at hand.

 

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As Microsoft continues to wrestle with the fallout from the v1903 update released back in May, it seems that a new problem crops up in Windows 10

 

for every problem the company solves. Fixes are released for fixes, but in fixing the original issue they create new and unexpected ones. What gives, Microsoft?

 

Microsoft is working on features to mitigate the pain of faulty updates. Preview builds now have the option to postpone Windows updates for up to thirty-five days, and Microsoft has just announced that it may soon be rolling out an update that – get this – will roll back broken Windows 10 updates.

 

Latest Windows 10 Update Problems and How to Fix Them

 

It’s a good idea, but just imagine if this update was itself broken, and you had to find a way to roll back the rollback-enabling update? Yep, it would be ironic, but on Microsoft’s current form not all that surprising.

 

KB4524147 Update: Start Menu, Cortana, Edge Problems Continue

 

Just about a month ago, Microsoft released the cumulative KB4524147 update for Windows 10. What was meant to be a minor assortment of improvements and security updates ended up borking crucial system features like the Start menu, Search, Cortana and Edge.

 

Since then, Microsoft released the KB4522355 update to fix these problems, but they haven’t been fixed for everyone. At the time of writing, many users are reporting issues with the above features and there’s no official fix in sight.

 

In the meantime, you can work around this issue by performing a system restore to some point before you installed the update. To do this go to “Control Panel -> System -> Advanced system settings -> System Protection tab -> System Restore”, then follow the instructions.

 

[FIXED IN KB4515384] KB4512941 Update: High CPU Usage by Cortana

 

The KB4512941 update to Windows 10 (v1903) was rolled out in September, and was intended to make myriad improvements to the operating system. The main focus of this update is Mixed Reality, which received a number of bugfixes, increased compatibility with Win32 apps, and some improvements to Mixed Reality game stability.

 

But this update has also caused the already contentious Cortana voice assistant to hog a huge amount of CPU when running in the background. Until Microsoft rolls out an official fix, you’ll need to go to the registry to fix this:

 

To do this, open the registry by pressing Win + R then entering regedit.

 

Next, navigate to the following directory in Regedit:

 

\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Search\

 

In the right-hand pane, you should see a REG_DWORD value called “BingSearchEnabled” (if not, right-click anywhere in the pane, select New -> DWORD (32-bit) Value and create it).

 

Right-click BingSearchEnabled, and set its Value to 0.

 

Struggling with high CPU usage anyway? Check out our list of fixes for 100% CPU usage in Windows 10

 

KB4505903 Update: Bluetooth Speaker Problems

 

Microsoft has been forcing users to upgrade to the v1903 Windows 10 update, even though it continues to cause problems.

 

The cumulative update released on July 26 has caused some serious problems for users with internal PC speakers. Users have reported Bluetooth speakers either not connecting to your PC or emitting poor sound quality. Alternatively, even if you connect a Bluetooth speaker, the sound continues coming through the internal speakers instead.

 

There’s no proper fix for this yet, but there is a workaround.

 

Open a command prompt, then enter the following command:

 

sfc /scannow

 

Black Screen – KB4503327 Security Update

 

If you haven’t yet upgraded to the Windows 10 May 2019 update (v1903), then you may find yourself affected by a black-screen bug resulting from a minor security upgrade that’s part of the June 2019 cumulative update.

 

Microsoft has revealed in a support document that users still on Windows 10 version 1809 and 1803 may be faced with a black screen after applying the KB4503327 security upgrade.

 

If you experience this problem, Microsoft recommends the following workaround while it works on a proper fix:

 

Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete

 

Click the Power button in the bottom right corner then “Restart”.

 

Think your black screen may be caused by something else? Check out our list list of ways to fix a black screen on your Windows 10 PC.

 

How to Fix and Avoid Broken Windows 10 Updates

 

Check Your Windows 10 Build

 

Before looking into rolling back and fixing broken Windows 10 updates, you need to check which build of Windows you’re currently on, which will confirm which issues are affecting you. To do this, just go to “Settings -> Update & Security -> View update history.”

 

In the new window click the arrow next to “Feature Updates” to see the version of Windows that you’re currently using, and click “Quality Updates” to see all the smaller “KB” updates you have installed.

 

Block and Defer Windows 10 Updates

 

The first thing you can do to avoid getting the above update problems and more is to take over the control when your Windows 10 updates. This way you can hold off getting updates the moment Microsoft rolls them out, monitor the news for a bit to see if any major errors crop up, then manually do the update yourself.

 

Recently, Windows Insiders revealed that an update is coming to Windows 10 (around April 2019) which will allow all Windows users (including Home users) to pause updates by up to seven days. In the meantime, if you’re on Windows 10 Pro, enterprise, Education or S, you can postpone updates by going to Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update. Here, select the option ‘Choose when updates are installed’ and pick the number of days you’d like to delay it by.

 

There’s another way to take control of Windows 10 updates – depending on whether you have the Home or Pro version of the OS – and we have a guide that takes you through disabling and scheduling Windows 10 updates.

 

How to Roll Back Windows 10 Updates

 

After every major update Windows 10 gives you a ten-day window to roll back to a previous version of Windows. It’s a useful feature and should give you enough time to judge whether you have a problematic update. Of course, this won’t recover your files if Windows 10 deletes them, but at least you’ll be on a more stable version of the OS.

 

To do this, go to Windows 10 Settings, then click “Update & security -> Recovery.” Below “Reset this PC” you should see the option to “go back to the previous version of Windows 10.” Click “Get started,” then follow the steps to roll back Windows 10. Again, this option is only available for ten days after a Windows 10 build update.

 

Conclusion

 

Few things on PC are more frustrating than an update – ostensibly to improve performance – borking your system, but unfortunately Microsoft has form in this respect. It’s worth saying that the majority of users go through these updates without issue, but the majority isn’t enough when the consequences for the few can be so severe. Stay tuned here for the latest Windows 10 update issues and leave a comment if you have new update problems to report – help may be at hand.

 

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As Microsoft continues to wrestle with the fallout from the v1903 update released back in May, it seems that a new problem crops up in Windows 10

 

for every problem the company solves. Fixes are released for fixes, but in fixing the original issue they create new and unexpected ones. What gives, Microsoft?

 

Microsoft is working on features to mitigate the pain of faulty updates. Preview builds now have the option to postpone Windows updates for up to thirty-five days, and Microsoft has just announced that it may soon be rolling out an update that – get this – will roll back broken Windows 10 updates.

 

Latest Windows 10 Update Problems and How to Fix Them

 

It’s a good idea, but just imagine if this update was itself broken, and you had to find a way to roll back the rollback-enabling update? Yep, it would be ironic, but on Microsoft’s current form not all that surprising.

 

KB4524147 Update: Start Menu, Cortana, Edge Problems Continue

 

Just about a month ago, Microsoft released the cumulative KB4524147 update for Windows 10. What was meant to be a minor assortment of improvements and security updates ended up borking crucial system features like the Start menu, Search, Cortana and Edge.

 

Since then, Microsoft released the KB4522355 update to fix these problems, but they haven’t been fixed for everyone. At the time of writing, many users are reporting issues with the above features and there’s no official fix in sight.

 

In the meantime, you can work around this issue by performing a system restore to some point before you installed the update. To do this go to “Control Panel -> System -> Advanced system settings -> System Protection tab -> System Restore”, then follow the instructions.

 

[FIXED IN KB4515384] KB4512941 Update: High CPU Usage by Cortana

 

The KB4512941 update to Windows 10 (v1903) was rolled out in September, and was intended to make myriad improvements to the operating system. The main focus of this update is Mixed Reality, which received a number of bugfixes, increased compatibility with Win32 apps, and some improvements to Mixed Reality game stability.

 

But this update has also caused the already contentious Cortana voice assistant to hog a huge amount of CPU when running in the background. Until Microsoft rolls out an official fix, you’ll need to go to the registry to fix this:

 

To do this, open the registry by pressing Win + R then entering regedit.

 

Next, navigate to the following directory in Regedit:

 

\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Search\

 

In the right-hand pane, you should see a REG_DWORD value called “BingSearchEnabled” (if not, right-click anywhere in the pane, select New -> DWORD (32-bit) Value and create it).

 

Right-click BingSearchEnabled, and set its Value to 0.

 

Struggling with high CPU usage anyway? Check out our list of fixes for 100% CPU usage in Windows 10

 

KB4505903 Update: Bluetooth Speaker Problems

 

Microsoft has been forcing users to upgrade to the v1903 Windows 10 update, even though it continues to cause problems.

 

The cumulative update released on July 26 has caused some serious problems for users with internal PC speakers. Users have reported Bluetooth speakers either not connecting to your PC or emitting poor sound quality. Alternatively, even if you connect a Bluetooth speaker, the sound continues coming through the internal speakers instead.

 

There’s no proper fix for this yet, but there is a workaround.

 

Open a command prompt, then enter the following command:

 

sfc /scannow

 

Black Screen – KB4503327 Security Update

 

If you haven’t yet upgraded to the Windows 10 May 2019 update (v1903), then you may find yourself affected by a black-screen bug resulting from a minor security upgrade that’s part of the June 2019 cumulative update.

 

Microsoft has revealed in a support document that users still on Windows 10 version 1809 and 1803 may be faced with a black screen after applying the KB4503327 security upgrade.

 

If you experience this problem, Microsoft recommends the following workaround while it works on a proper fix:

 

Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete

 

Click the Power button in the bottom right corner then “Restart”.

 

Think your black screen may be caused by something else? Check out our list list of ways to fix a black screen on your Windows 10 PC.

 

How to Fix and Avoid Broken Windows 10 Updates

 

Check Your Windows 10 Build

 

Before looking into rolling back and fixing broken Windows 10 updates, you need to check which build of Windows you’re currently on, which will confirm which issues are affecting you. To do this, just go to “Settings -> Update & Security -> View update history.”

 

In the new window click the arrow next to “Feature Updates” to see the version of Windows that you’re currently using, and click “Quality Updates” to see all the smaller “KB” updates you have installed.

 

Block and Defer Windows 10 Updates

 

The first thing you can do to avoid getting the above update problems and more is to take over the control when your Windows 10 updates. This way you can hold off getting updates the moment Microsoft rolls them out, monitor the news for a bit to see if any major errors crop up, then manually do the update yourself.

 

Recently, Windows Insiders revealed that an update is coming to Windows 10 (around April 2019) which will allow all Windows users (including Home users) to pause updates by up to seven days. In the meantime, if you’re on Windows 10 Pro, enterprise, Education or S, you can postpone updates by going to Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update. Here, select the option ‘Choose when updates are installed’ and pick the number of days you’d like to delay it by.

 

There’s another way to take control of Windows 10 updates – depending on whether you have the Home or Pro version of the OS – and we have a guide that takes you through disabling and scheduling Windows 10 updates.

 

How to Roll Back Windows 10 Updates

 

After every major update Windows 10 gives you a ten-day window to roll back to a previous version of Windows. It’s a useful feature and should give you enough time to judge whether you have a problematic update. Of course, this won’t recover your files if Windows 10 deletes them, but at least you’ll be on a more stable version of the OS.

 

To do this, go to Windows 10 Settings, then click “Update & security -> Recovery.” Below “Reset this PC” you should see the option to “go back to the previous version of Windows 10.” Click “Get started,” then follow the steps to roll back Windows 10. Again, this option is only available for ten days after a Windows 10 build update.

 

Conclusion

 

Few things on PC are more frustrating than an update – ostensibly to improve performance – borking your system, but unfortunately Microsoft has form in this respect. It’s worth saying that the majority of users go through these updates without issue, but the majority isn’t enough when the consequences for the few can be so severe. Stay tuned here for the latest Windows 10 update issues and leave a comment if you have new update problems to report – help may be at hand.

 

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As Microsoft continues to wrestle with the fallout from the v1903 update released back in May, it seems that a new problem crops up in Windows 10

 

for every problem the company solves. Fixes are released for fixes, but in fixing the original issue they create new and unexpected ones. What gives, Microsoft?

 

Microsoft is working on features to mitigate the pain of faulty updates. Preview builds now have the option to postpone Windows updates for up to thirty-five days, and Microsoft has just announced that it may soon be rolling out an update that – get this – will roll back broken Windows 10 updates.

 

Latest Windows 10 Update Problems and How to Fix Them

 

It’s a good idea, but just imagine if this update was itself broken, and you had to find a way to roll back the rollback-enabling update? Yep, it would be ironic, but on Microsoft’s current form not all that surprising.

 

KB4524147 Update: Start Menu, Cortana, Edge Problems Continue

 

Just about a month ago, Microsoft released the cumulative KB4524147 update for Windows 10. What was meant to be a minor assortment of improvements and security updates ended up borking crucial system features like the Start menu, Search, Cortana and Edge.

 

Since then, Microsoft released the KB4522355 update to fix these problems, but they haven’t been fixed for everyone. At the time of writing, many users are reporting issues with the above features and there’s no official fix in sight.

 

In the meantime, you can work around this issue by performing a system restore to some point before you installed the update. To do this go to “Control Panel -> System -> Advanced system settings -> System Protection tab -> System Restore”, then follow the instructions.

 

[FIXED IN KB4515384] KB4512941 Update: High CPU Usage by Cortana

 

The KB4512941 update to Windows 10 (v1903) was rolled out in September, and was intended to make myriad improvements to the operating system. The main focus of this update is Mixed Reality, which received a number of bugfixes, increased compatibility with Win32 apps, and some improvements to Mixed Reality game stability.

 

But this update has also caused the already contentious Cortana voice assistant to hog a huge amount of CPU when running in the background. Until Microsoft rolls out an official fix, you’ll need to go to the registry to fix this:

 

To do this, open the registry by pressing Win + R then entering regedit.

 

Next, navigate to the following directory in Regedit:

 

\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Search\

 

In the right-hand pane, you should see a REG_DWORD value called “BingSearchEnabled” (if not, right-click anywhere in the pane, select New -> DWORD (32-bit) Value and create it).

 

Right-click BingSearchEnabled, and set its Value to 0.

 

Struggling with high CPU usage anyway? Check out our list of fixes for 100% CPU usage in Windows 10

 

KB4505903 Update: Bluetooth Speaker Problems

 

Microsoft has been forcing users to upgrade to the v1903 Windows 10 update, even though it continues to cause problems.

 

The cumulative update released on July 26 has caused some serious problems for users with internal PC speakers. Users have reported Bluetooth speakers either not connecting to your PC or emitting poor sound quality. Alternatively, even if you connect a Bluetooth speaker, the sound continues coming through the internal speakers instead.

 

There’s no proper fix for this yet, but there is a workaround.

 

Open a command prompt, then enter the following command:

 

sfc /scannow

 

Black Screen – KB4503327 Security Update

 

If you haven’t yet upgraded to the Windows 10 May 2019 update (v1903), then you may find yourself affected by a black-screen bug resulting from a minor security upgrade that’s part of the June 2019 cumulative update.

 

Microsoft has revealed in a support document that users still on Windows 10 version 1809 and 1803 may be faced with a black screen after applying the KB4503327 security upgrade.

 

If you experience this problem, Microsoft recommends the following workaround while it works on a proper fix:

 

Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete

 

Click the Power button in the bottom right corner then “Restart”.

 

Think your black screen may be caused by something else? Check out our list list of ways to fix a black screen on your Windows 10 PC.

 

How to Fix and Avoid Broken Windows 10 Updates

 

Check Your Windows 10 Build

 

Before looking into rolling back and fixing broken Windows 10 updates, you need to check which build of Windows you’re currently on, which will confirm which issues are affecting you. To do this, just go to “Settings -> Update & Security -> View update history.”

 

In the new window click the arrow next to “Feature Updates” to see the version of Windows that you’re currently using, and click “Quality Updates” to see all the smaller “KB” updates you have installed.

 

Block and Defer Windows 10 Updates

 

The first thing you can do to avoid getting the above update problems and more is to take over the control when your Windows 10 updates. This way you can hold off getting updates the moment Microsoft rolls them out, monitor the news for a bit to see if any major errors crop up, then manually do the update yourself.

 

Recently, Windows Insiders revealed that an update is coming to Windows 10 (around April 2019) which will allow all Windows users (including Home users) to pause updates by up to seven days. In the meantime, if you’re on Windows 10 Pro, enterprise, Education or S, you can postpone updates by going to Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update. Here, select the option ‘Choose when updates are installed’ and pick the number of days you’d like to delay it by.

 

There’s another way to take control of Windows 10 updates – depending on whether you have the Home or Pro version of the OS – and we have a guide that takes you through disabling and scheduling Windows 10 updates.

 

How to Roll Back Windows 10 Updates

 

After every major update Windows 10 gives you a ten-day window to roll back to a previous version of Windows. It’s a useful feature and should give you enough time to judge whether you have a problematic update. Of course, this won’t recover your files if Windows 10 deletes them, but at least you’ll be on a more stable version of the OS.

 

To do this, go to Windows 10 Settings, then click “Update & security -> Recovery.” Below “Reset this PC” you should see the option to “go back to the previous version of Windows 10.” Click “Get started,” then follow the steps to roll back Windows 10. Again, this option is only available for ten days after a Windows 10 build update.

 

Conclusion

 

Few things on PC are more frustrating than an update – ostensibly to improve performance – borking your system, but unfortunately Microsoft has form in this respect. It’s worth saying that the majority of users go through these updates without issue, but the majority isn’t enough when the consequences for the few can be so severe. Stay tuned here for the latest Windows 10 update issues and leave a comment if you have new update problems to report – help may be at hand.

 

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As Microsoft continues to wrestle with the fallout from the v1903 update released back in May, it seems that a new problem crops up in Windows 10

 

for every problem the company solves. Fixes are released for fixes, but in fixing the original issue they create new and unexpected ones. What gives, Microsoft?

 

Microsoft is working on features to mitigate the pain of faulty updates. Preview builds now have the option to postpone Windows updates for up to thirty-five days, and Microsoft has just announced that it may soon be rolling out an update that – get this – will roll back broken Windows 10 updates.

 

Latest Windows 10 Update Problems and How to Fix Them

 

It’s a good idea, but just imagine if this update was itself broken, and you had to find a way to roll back the rollback-enabling update? Yep, it would be ironic, but on Microsoft’s current form not all that surprising.

 

KB4524147 Update: Start Menu, Cortana, Edge Problems Continue

 

Just about a month ago, Microsoft released the cumulative KB4524147 update for Windows 10. What was meant to be a minor assortment of improvements and security updates ended up borking crucial system features like the Start menu, Search, Cortana and Edge.

 

Since then, Microsoft released the KB4522355 update to fix these problems, but they haven’t been fixed for everyone. At the time of writing, many users are reporting issues with the above features and there’s no official fix in sight.

 

In the meantime, you can work around this issue by performing a system restore to some point before you installed the update. To do this go to “Control Panel -> System -> Advanced system settings -> System Protection tab -> System Restore”, then follow the instructions.

 

[FIXED IN KB4515384] KB4512941 Update: High CPU Usage by Cortana

 

The KB4512941 update to Windows 10 (v1903) was rolled out in September, and was intended to make myriad improvements to the operating system. The main focus of this update is Mixed Reality, which received a number of bugfixes, increased compatibility with Win32 apps, and some improvements to Mixed Reality game stability.

 

But this update has also caused the already contentious Cortana voice assistant to hog a huge amount of CPU when running in the background. Until Microsoft rolls out an official fix, you’ll need to go to the registry to fix this:

 

To do this, open the registry by pressing Win + R then entering regedit.

 

Next, navigate to the following directory in Regedit:

 

\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Search\

 

In the right-hand pane, you should see a REG_DWORD value called “BingSearchEnabled” (if not, right-click anywhere in the pane, select New -> DWORD (32-bit) Value and create it).

 

Right-click BingSearchEnabled, and set its Value to 0.

 

Struggling with high CPU usage anyway? Check out our list of fixes for 100% CPU usage in Windows 10

 

KB4505903 Update: Bluetooth Speaker Problems

 

Microsoft has been forcing users to upgrade to the v1903 Windows 10 update, even though it continues to cause problems.

 

The cumulative update released on July 26 has caused some serious problems for users with internal PC speakers. Users have reported Bluetooth speakers either not connecting to your PC or emitting poor sound quality. Alternatively, even if you connect a Bluetooth speaker, the sound continues coming through the internal speakers instead.

 

There’s no proper fix for this yet, but there is a workaround.

 

Open a command prompt, then enter the following command:

 

sfc /scannow

 

Black Screen – KB4503327 Security Update

 

If you haven’t yet upgraded to the Windows 10 May 2019 update (v1903), then you may find yourself affected by a black-screen bug resulting from a minor security upgrade that’s part of the June 2019 cumulative update.

 

Microsoft has revealed in a support document that users still on Windows 10 version 1809 and 1803 may be faced with a black screen after applying the KB4503327 security upgrade.

 

If you experience this problem, Microsoft recommends the following workaround while it works on a proper fix:

 

Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete

 

Click the Power button in the bottom right corner then “Restart”.

 

Think your black screen may be caused by something else? Check out our list list of ways to fix a black screen on your Windows 10 PC.

 

How to Fix and Avoid Broken Windows 10 Updates

 

Check Your Windows 10 Build

 

Before looking into rolling back and fixing broken Windows 10 updates, you need to check which build of Windows you’re currently on, which will confirm which issues are affecting you. To do this, just go to “Settings -> Update & Security -> View update history.”

 

In the new window click the arrow next to “Feature Updates” to see the version of Windows that you’re currently using, and click “Quality Updates” to see all the smaller “KB” updates you have installed.

 

Block and Defer Windows 10 Updates

 

The first thing you can do to avoid getting the above update problems and more is to take over the control when your Windows 10 updates. This way you can hold off getting updates the moment Microsoft rolls them out, monitor the news for a bit to see if any major errors crop up, then manually do the update yourself.

 

Recently, Windows Insiders revealed that an update is coming to Windows 10 (around April 2019) which will allow all Windows users (including Home users) to pause updates by up to seven days. In the meantime, if you’re on Windows 10 Pro, enterprise, Education or S, you can postpone updates by going to Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update. Here, select the option ‘Choose when updates are installed’ and pick the number of days you’d like to delay it by.

 

There’s another way to take control of Windows 10 updates – depending on whether you have the Home or Pro version of the OS – and we have a guide that takes you through disabling and scheduling Windows 10 updates.

 

How to Roll Back Windows 10 Updates

 

After every major update Windows 10 gives you a ten-day window to roll back to a previous version of Windows. It’s a useful feature and should give you enough time to judge whether you have a problematic update. Of course, this won’t recover your files if Windows 10 deletes them, but at least you’ll be on a more stable version of the OS.

 

To do this, go to Windows 10 Settings, then click “Update & security -> Recovery.” Below “Reset this PC” you should see the option to “go back to the previous version of Windows 10.” Click “Get started,” then follow the steps to roll back Windows 10. Again, this option is only available for ten days after a Windows 10 build update.

 

Conclusion

 

Few things on PC are more frustrating than an update – ostensibly to improve performance – borking your system, but unfortunately Microsoft has form in this respect. It’s worth saying that the majority of users go through these updates without issue, but the majority isn’t enough when the consequences for the few can be so severe. Stay tuned here for the latest Windows 10 update issues and leave a comment if you have new update problems to report – help may be at hand.

 

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As Microsoft continues to wrestle with the fallout from the v1903 update released back in May, it seems that a new problem crops up in Windows 10

 

for every problem the company solves. Fixes are released for fixes, but in fixing the original issue they create new and unexpected ones. What gives, Microsoft?

 

Microsoft is working on features to mitigate the pain of faulty updates. Preview builds now have the option to postpone Windows updates for up to thirty-five days, and Microsoft has just announced that it may soon be rolling out an update that – get this – will roll back broken Windows 10 updates.

 

Latest Windows 10 Update Problems and How to Fix Them

 

It’s a good idea, but just imagine if this update was itself broken, and you had to find a way to roll back the rollback-enabling update? Yep, it would be ironic, but on Microsoft’s current form not all that surprising.

 

KB4524147 Update: Start Menu, Cortana, Edge Problems Continue

 

Just about a month ago, Microsoft released the cumulative KB4524147 update for Windows 10. What was meant to be a minor assortment of improvements and security updates ended up borking crucial system features like the Start menu, Search, Cortana and Edge.

 

Since then, Microsoft released the KB4522355 update to fix these problems, but they haven’t been fixed for everyone. At the time of writing, many users are reporting issues with the above features and there’s no official fix in sight.

 

In the meantime, you can work around this issue by performing a system restore to some point before you installed the update. To do this go to “Control Panel -> System -> Advanced system settings -> System Protection tab -> System Restore”, then follow the instructions.

 

[FIXED IN KB4515384] KB4512941 Update: High CPU Usage by Cortana

 

The KB4512941 update to Windows 10 (v1903) was rolled out in September, and was intended to make myriad improvements to the operating system. The main focus of this update is Mixed Reality, which received a number of bugfixes, increased compatibility with Win32 apps, and some improvements to Mixed Reality game stability.

 

But this update has also caused the already contentious Cortana voice assistant to hog a huge amount of CPU when running in the background. Until Microsoft rolls out an official fix, you’ll need to go to the registry to fix this:

 

To do this, open the registry by pressing Win + R then entering regedit.

 

Next, navigate to the following directory in Regedit:

 

\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Search\

 

In the right-hand pane, you should see a REG_DWORD value called “BingSearchEnabled” (if not, right-click anywhere in the pane, select New -> DWORD (32-bit) Value and create it).

 

Right-click BingSearchEnabled, and set its Value to 0.

 

Struggling with high CPU usage anyway? Check out our list of fixes for 100% CPU usage in Windows 10

 

KB4505903 Update: Bluetooth Speaker Problems

 

Microsoft has been forcing users to upgrade to the v1903 Windows 10 update, even though it continues to cause problems.

 

The cumulative update released on July 26 has caused some serious problems for users with internal PC speakers. Users have reported Bluetooth speakers either not connecting to your PC or emitting poor sound quality. Alternatively, even if you connect a Bluetooth speaker, the sound continues coming through the internal speakers instead.

 

There’s no proper fix for this yet, but there is a workaround.

 

Open a command prompt, then enter the following command:

 

sfc /scannow

 

Black Screen – KB4503327 Security Update

 

If you haven’t yet upgraded to the Windows 10 May 2019 update (v1903), then you may find yourself affected by a black-screen bug resulting from a minor security upgrade that’s part of the June 2019 cumulative update.

 

Microsoft has revealed in a support document that users still on Windows 10 version 1809 and 1803 may be faced with a black screen after applying the KB4503327 security upgrade.

 

If you experience this problem, Microsoft recommends the following workaround while it works on a proper fix:

 

Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete

 

Click the Power button in the bottom right corner then “Restart”.

 

Think your black screen may be caused by something else? Check out our list list of ways to fix a black screen on your Windows 10 PC.

 

How to Fix and Avoid Broken Windows 10 Updates

 

Check Your Windows 10 Build

 

Before looking into rolling back and fixing broken Windows 10 updates, you need to check which build of Windows you’re currently on, which will confirm which issues are affecting you. To do this, just go to “Settings -> Update & Security -> View update history.”

 

In the new window click the arrow next to “Feature Updates” to see the version of Windows that you’re currently using, and click “Quality Updates” to see all the smaller “KB” updates you have installed.

 

Block and Defer Windows 10 Updates

 

The first thing you can do to avoid getting the above update problems and more is to take over the control when your Windows 10 updates. This way you can hold off getting updates the moment Microsoft rolls them out, monitor the news for a bit to see if any major errors crop up, then manually do the update yourself.

 

Recently, Windows Insiders revealed that an update is coming to Windows 10 (around April 2019) which will allow all Windows users (including Home users) to pause updates by up to seven days. In the meantime, if you’re on Windows 10 Pro, enterprise, Education or S, you can postpone updates by going to Settings -> Update & Security -> Windows Update. Here, select the option ‘Choose when updates are installed’ and pick the number of days you’d like to delay it by.

 

There’s another way to take control of Windows 10 updates – depending on whether you have the Home or Pro version of the OS – and we have a guide that takes you through disabling and scheduling Windows 10 updates.

 

How to Roll Back Windows 10 Updates

 

After every major update Windows 10 gives you a ten-day window to roll back to a previous version of Windows. It’s a useful feature and should give you enough time to judge whether you have a problematic update. Of course, this won’t recover your files if Windows 10 deletes them, but at least you’ll be on a more stable version of the OS.

 

To do this, go to Windows 10 Settings, then click “Update & security -> Recovery.” Below “Reset this PC” you should see the option to “go back to the previous version of Windows 10.” Click “Get started,” then follow the steps to roll back Windows 10. Again, this option is only available for ten days after a Windows 10 build update.

 

Conclusion

 

Few things on PC are more frustrating than an update – ostensibly to improve performance – borking your system, but unfortunately Microsoft has form in this respect. It’s worth saying that the majority of users go through these updates without issue, but the majority isn’t enough when the consequences for the few can be so severe. Stay tuned here for the latest Windows 10 update issues and leave a comment if you have new update problems to report – help may be at hand.

 

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1. Ocultar archivos individuales / carpetas mediante la línea de comandos

 

Una forma sencilla de como ocultar archivos o carpeta es cambiar sus atributos usando el attrib comando en la línea de comandos.

 

Digamos que queremos ocultar el archivo Sample.mp4 en la carpeta ToHide como se muestra a continuación.

 

Abra el símbolo del sistema pulsando la tecla de Windows + R para abrir el cuadro de diálogo Ejecutar.

 

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A continuación, escriba cmd.exe en el cuadro y haga clic en OK.

 

En el indicador, escriba el siguiente comando. Sustituir la ruta y el nombre del archivo con la ruta y el nombre de archivo del archivo que desea ocultar.

 

attrib C:\Users\Cdroid\Documents\ToHide\Sample.mp4 +s +h

 

El +s y +h son los atributos que desea fijar para el archivo. El +s es un atributo que indica de que el archivo es para su uso por el sistema operativo y, normalmente, no se muestra en un listado de directorio. El +h es la atributo de archivos Ocultos e indica que el archivo no se mostrará en un listado de directorio por defecto.

 

Los atributos en el comando no distinguen entre mayúsculas y minúsculas, por lo que se pueden utilizar ya sea en mayúsculas o minúsculas.

 

Al abrir la carpeta en el Explorador de archivos que contiene el archivo o carpeta oculta, este no será visible. Incluso ir a Ver> Mostrar / ocultar y comprobar los objetos ocultos el cuadro no mostrará el archivo o carpeta oculta.

 

También puedes ocultar una carpeta con el comando attrib de la siguiente manera. Una vez más, reemplace la ruta y el nombre de la carpeta con el suyo propio.

 

attrib C:\Users\Cdroid\Documents\ToHide\AnotherFolder +s +h

 

Para mostrar un archivo o carpeta, utiliza el mismo comando attrib, reemplazando el “ + ” con “ - ” delante de la “ s ” o la “ h ”.

 

attrib C:\Users\Cdroid\Documents\ToHide\Sample.mp4 -s -h

 

Para obtener más información sobre el attrib del sistema, escriba attrib /? en el símbolo del sistema y presiona Enter . esta es la primera forma de Cómo ocultar archivos que te mostraremos.

 

2. Cómo ocultar archivos con el Explorador de archivos

 

Cómo ocultar archivos Utilizando el Explorador de archivos para ocultar una carpeta es como usar el comando attrib que se describe en la sección anterior, pero es menos seguro. Cualquiera que conozca acerca de recuperar archivos ocultos y ocultar archivos ocultos en el Explorador de archivos puede acceder a tus archivos. Pero si estás tratando de ocultar los datos de otros miembros de la familia que no son tan conocedores de la tecnología que se encuentra en windows, puede funcionar muy bien.

 

Vamos a establecer el atributo oculto para los archivos seleccionados o carpeta en el Explorador de archivos . Pero, en primer lugar, tenemos que hacer que los archivos y carpetas seguras con el atributo Oculto no se muestran en el Explorador de archivos.

 

Para ello, vaya a la ficha Vista> Opciones y seleccione Cambiar carpeta y opciones de búsqueda .

 

En la Vista de ficha, seleccione No mostrar archivos ocultos, carpetas o unidades de bajo avanzada configuración y haga clic en OK.

 

Para ocultar uno o más archivos o carpetas, seleccione los archivos o carpetas, haga clic en ellos y seleccione Propiedades.

 

En la lengüeta general de Propiedades, compruebe en la caja de Atributos Ocultos. Para evitar que los archivos o carpetas que no aparezcan en la búsqueda de Windows, haga clic en Avanzado.

 

A continuación, desactive las casillas en el archivo de sección de atributos de losatributos avanzada y haga clic en OK.

 

Para mostrar los archivos o carpetas, volver a la Propiedades de cuadro de diálogo de los archivos o carpetas en cuestión, y desactive la caja Ocultos en la sección de Atributos.

 

3. Cómo ocultar archivos o unidades enteras con El Editor de Registro.

 

Este método oculta una unidad entera en lugar de sólo los archivos seleccionados o carpetas en la unidad.

 

Nota: Este procedimiento implica cambiar el registro. Antes de empezar, le sugerimos que haga una copia de seguridad del registro. También hemos proporcionado consejos para no echar a perder accidentalmente el registro de Windows.

 

Si no se siente cómodo usando el registro de Windows, discutimos otro método de ocultar una unidad completa de las unidades enteras Ocultar mediante la utilidad Administración de discos en la sección de abajo.

 

Para empezar, abra el Editor del registro pulsando la tecla de Windows + R para abrir el cuadro de diálogo Ejecutar. A continuación, escriba regedit en el cuadro y haga clic en OK.

 

Vaya a la clave siguiente en el panel izquierdo.

 

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer

 

Haga clic derecho en el Explorador y vaya a Nuevo> Valor de DWORD (32 bits).

 

Nombre al nuevo valor NoDrives y haga doble clic en él.

 

En el Editar valor DWORD (32 bits) cuadro de diálogo, seleccione decimal como el Base . A continuación, introduzca un número que corresponde a la unidad o unidades, que desea ocultar. Para saber qué número utilizar, consulte la tabla siguiente de la siguiente imagen.

 

Encuentra la letra de la unidad que desea ocultar en la siguiente tabla. Introduce el número asociado con esa letra de unidad en la Información del valor cuadro para la NoDrives de valor en el registro. En nuestro ejemplo, entramos 64 de ocultar nuestra unidad G.

 

Si desea ocultar más de una unidad, sume los números de todas las unidades que se desea ocultar y anote el total en la Información del valor del cuadro.

 

Después de reiniciar el ordenador, no podrá ver la unidad en el Explorador de archivos.

 

Para mostrar la unidad de nuevo, volver a entrar en el Editor del Registro y elimine el NoDrives valor bajo la direccion

 

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Policies \ Explorer.

 

y reinicie el equipo.

 

4. Cómo ocultar archivos o como Ocultar unidades ente ras mediante la utilidad de Administración de discos

 

Si prefiere no modificar el registro, puedes ocultar toda una unidad mediante la utilidad Administración de discos. Esta utilidad muestra todas las unidades internas y externas conectadas al ordenador.

 

Pulse la tecla de Windows + R para abrir el Ejecutar cuadro de diálogo. Entonces, el tipo diskmgmt.msc en el Abrir cuadro y haga clic en OK.

 

Haga clic en la unidad que desea ocultar (en la sección superior o inferior) y seleccione Cambiar la letra y rutas de acceso .

 

Para Cambiar la letra y rutas de acceso en el cuadro de diálogo, seleccione la letra de unidad, haga clic en Eliminar y, a continuación, haga clic en OK.

 

Aparece un cuadro de diálogo de advertencia que le indica que algunos programas se basan en las letras de unidad y pueden no funcionar si se quita la letra de unidad. Si está seguro de que desea ocultar la unidad, haga clic en Sí para eliminar la letra de unidad.

 

La carta se quita de la unidad en la utilidad Administración de discos.

 

Una vez que cierre y vuelva a abrir el Explorador de archivos, la unidad no será visible y no se incluyen en los resultados de búsqueda de Windows.

 

Para hacer que la unidad sea visible de nuevo, volver a entrar en la utilidad Administración de discos y abrir para Cambiar la letra y rutas de acceso del cuadro de diálogo para la unidad oculta. A continuación, haga clic en Agregar .

 

Asegúrese de Asignar la siguiente letra de unidad se selecciona (debe ser por defecto). Seleccione la letra de unidad que desea asignar a la misma desde la lista desplegable y haga clic en OK .

 

Debe cerrar y volver a abrir el Explorador de archivos para ver de nuevo la unidad y ver los archivos.

 

5. Cómo ocultar archivos con Hide Folders o El uso de software de terceros

 

Todos los métodos mencionados anteriormente no son tan seguros como escondite y no protegen archivos y carpetas con contraseña. Ya hemos cubierto formas integradas para proteger con contraseña una carpeta en Windows.

 

Aquí están algunas opciones de software de terceros que probamos para Cómo ocultar archivos.

 

FileFriend

 

En FileFriend, utiliza la ficha JPK para ocultar archivos o carpetas en una imagen JPEG y añadir una contraseña para proteger los archivos ocultos. FileFriend también le permite introducir texto que desea ocultar en la imagen directamente en el programa, sin tener que crear un archivo de texto para esconder en la imagen (utilizando el JTX pestaña).

 

Otras características incluyen la división de FileFriend o archivos de unión y el cifrado de archivos y carpetas.

 

Secret Disk

 

Secret Disk le permite crear una unidad virtual, o repositorio, que es invisible y protegido por contraseña. se añade otra capa de seguridad con un PIN que se requiere para abrir el programa Secret Disk.

 

Cuando el depósito es visible, se muestra con una letra de unidad en el Explorador de archivos. Puedes copiar archivos y carpetas a la misma, y ​​trabajar con él en cualquier programa, al igual que cualquier otra unidad.

 

A continuación, puedes ocultar el repositorio de nuevo y se vuelve invisible.

 

Secret Disk no tiene que formatear su disco duro o hacer cualquier otro cambio en su sistema. También no cifra los archivos o carpetas. Sólo limita el acceso a ellos para ocultar y proteger con contraseña, el repositorio.

 

La versión básica de Secret Disk es gratis. La versión PRO te costará $14.95 para sus características añadidas, incluyendo la capacidad de tener más de un repositorio y elegir la letra de unidad para cada repositorio. La contraseña del repositorio y el PIN para abrir el programa son opcionales en la versión PRO, aunque éstas son buenas características para dejar habilitados. Para actualizar, haga clic en el botón de la versión PRO útil en el programa.

 

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Easy File Locker

 

Fácil File Locker es una herramienta fácil de usar y gratuita que te permite ocultar y bloquear archivos y carpetas de otras personas y de los programas. Los archivos y carpetas bloqueadas están protegidos de abrir, modificar, borrar, mover, cambiar el nombre o copiar. Todos los archivos y subcarpetas de una carpeta bloqueada están protegidos.

 

Establecer una contraseña para abrir el programa, vaya a Sistema> Configuración de la contraseña . Usted no tiene que establecer una contraseña, pero, si no, nadie será capaz de abrir el programa, apague la protección para sus archivos y carpetas, y tener acceso a ellos.

 

Utilizar los botones Agregar archivo y Agregar carpeta para añadir archivos y carpetas a Easy File Locker. Haga doble clic sobre un archivo o carpeta en la lista para cambiar sus permisos ( accesible, grabable , Deletable , visible ). Proteger los archivos y carpetas seleccionadas usando la Protección de botón de inicio. Hacer que los archivos y carpetas visible de nuevo haciendo clic en el botón de Suspender la protección.

 

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My Lockbox

 

My Lockbox le permite ocultar y proteger con contraseña cualquier carpeta de su ordenador.

 

Mientras vas a instalar My Lockbox, te pedirá la ubicación de la carpeta que desees ocultar y proteger. Una vez finalizada la instalación, la carpeta está oculta y bloqueada automáticamente.

 

Dos iconos se agregan a su escritorio. El My Lockbox icono permite desbloquear y abrir rápidamente la carpeta protegida. Para obtener más opciones, utilice el panel de control de My Lockbox icono. Una vez que introduzca su contraseña, aparecerá la siguiente pantalla:

 

Utilice la carpeta Set para cambiar la carpeta que desea proteger y Remover para desbloquear permanentemente la carpeta protegida y retirarlo del programa. El botón abierto desbloquea automáticamente y abre la carpeta protegida. Bloquear y desbloquear la carpeta usando los botones de la izquierda. Haga clic en Avanzado para más opciones y otros ajustes.

 

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La versión gratuita de My Lockbox le permite ocultar y proteger una carpeta con un número ilimitado de subcarpetas. Puede actualizar a la edición profesional si es necesario para proteger a más de una carpeta. Sin embargo, puedes poner todos los archivos y carpetas que desea ocultar y proteger en una carpeta y utilizar la versión gratuita, si no te importa mirar el anuncio de naranja brillante para My Lockbox PRO.

 

Otros métodos para como ocultar una carpeta.

 

Además de los métodos contemplados anteriormente, también probamos los dos métodos de abajo y no pude llegar a trabajar. En aras de la exhaustividad, decidi incluirlos aquí. Por favor déjame un comentario en caso de que tuvieras más suerte que yo!

 

Ocultar archivos / carpetas en una imagen JPEG

 

Hemos tenido éxito en la adición de un archivo RAR a una imagen JPEG con el siguiente comando.

 

copy /b C:\Path\To\File\OriginalImage.jpg + FilesToHide.rar C:\Path\To\File\NewImageWithHiddenFiles.jpg

 

Sin embargo, no se pudieron extraer los archivos una vez que se han añadido al archivo de imagen JPEG. He probado los programas de extracción de archivos, como 7-Zip, WinRAR, y PeaZip, pero no podía abrir el archivo JPEG resultante.

 

Ocultar un archivo o carpeta de una imagen JPEG Es posible hacer uso de una herramienta gratuita que nos encontramos llamado FileFriend, que ya comentamos mas arriba en el titulo: ocultar una carpeta para Windows utilizando software de terceros.

 

Cómo ocultar archivos redirigiendo al panel de control

 

Cómo ocultar archivos: Además, hemos encontrado un método de ocultar una carpeta redirigiendo al panel de control. Es, básicamente, crea dos archivos por lotes, uno que bloquea la carpeta y que lo abre. Cuando la carpeta está bloqueada, la apertura que le lleva al panel de control.

 

Hemos probado esto en Windows 7, 8 y 10 y no podía conseguir que funcione. El archivo por lotes bloqueo ha cambiado correctamente la carpeta, pero no podría abrirlo y ver el contenido de todos modos.

 

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Estos métodos son formas de hacer que su información no sea evidente para cualquiera que quiera sobre su hombro o brevemente usando su computadora mientras observa.

 

¿Qué otros métodos se utilizan para ocultar archivos, carpetas y unidades? Comparte tus ideas y experiencias conmigo en los comentarios.

 

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I am really getting sick of Windoze! This one took me two hours to sort out tonight! Why in the h-e-double hockey sticks (HELL) did my Network File & Print Sharing mysteriously stop working tonight. Seems some registry value up and vanished like a fart in the wind off my box — thiu disabling net shares.

 

P.S. – Me being the ‘administrator’ of said PC — means I had to fix it myself. :(

 

Solving this problem requires a Registry edit:

 

1. Click Start, and then click Run.

2. Type regedit, and then click OK.

3. Navigate to the following registry key:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services

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4. In the right pane, double-click the IRPStackSize value.

 

Important: If the IRPStackSize value does not already exist, you will need to create it:

- In the Parameters folder of the registry, right-click the right pane.

- Point to New, and then click DWord Value.

- Type IRPStackSize.

 

Important: Type "IRPStackSize" exactly as it is displayed because the value name is case-sensitive.

5. Change the Base to decimal.

6. In the Value Data box, type a value that is larger than the value that is listed.

If you created the IRPStackSize value using the procedure described in step 4, the default value is 15. It is recommended that you increase the value by 3. Therefore, if the previous value was 11, type 14, and then click OK.

7. Close the Registry Editor.

 

# Restart the computer.

 

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Nay nay to Windows 7 I say! Yah, one more step closer to a Mac… or Linux solution.

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أنا استخدم هذا من قبل، وأنه لم يكن لديهم هذه البرمجيات الخبيثة، ويجب أن يكون استئجار بعض شركته تنوي البغيضة. بسهولة وبذكاء تنظيم دورات التحميل مع مساعدة من جدولة المتكاملة، وجود ملفات المطلوب تحميلها بسرعة عالية كتبه ميرسيا دراغومير اعتمادا على العمل عليك القيام به أو مشروع حضر، قد ينتهي بك المطاف تحتاج إلى بعض الملفات أو الوثائق الموجودة على الإنترنت. هذا هو الحال أيضا بالنسبة لأغراض الترفيه أو التسلية، في حال كنت ترغب في إثراء مجموعتك الموسيقية أو البقاء حتى موعد مع برنامجك المفضل. مع مساعدة من التطبيقات المتخصصة مثل مسرع تحميل زائد كنت قادرا على إدارة بسهولة والحصول على أهولد من البنود المطلوب من المعلومات. الفيديو الذي تريد مشاهدته مرة أخرى؟ حصلت على اتصال إنترنت بطيء لا دفق الفيديو الخاصة بك، وتنزيلها

 

على جهاز الكمبيوتر الخاص بك وتحويلها مع مسرع تحميل زائد (مديرية إدارة السجون)، ومدير التحميل المجاني والتسريع الذي يقول المطور سبيدبيت ، كما كنت قد ينتهي مع التطبيقات غير المرغوب فيها المثبتة على جهاز الكمبيوتر الخاص بك، بالإضافة إلى المحتوى الافتراضي. بخلاف هذا، يتم تشغيل عملية الإعداد على نحو سلس، الحصول على لك بسرعة وتشغيلها. واحدة من أهم سمات تطبيق تأتي مجهزة، هو متصفح ويب متكامل مما يقلل إلى حد كبير الوقت الذي يقضيه تبحث عن الملفات التي تريد أو تحتاج لتحميل .

 

اسمه حدسي “الإنترنت”، علامة التبويب يأخذك على الانترنت، مما يجعل جميع الخيارات تحميل متوفرة في شريط الأدوات العلوي. وبالإضافة إلى ذلك، يمكنك ببساطة نسخ URL والبدء في الحصول على أهولد من الملفات الطريقة التقليدية. تنظيم التحميل الخاص بك في فئات يضع النافذة الرئيسية للتطبيق لائحة لائقة تحت تصرفكم، حيث يتم عرض الملفات وفقا لمعايير الفرز من اختيارك، فضلا عن تقديم معلومات مثل التقدم والحجم والاسم وتاريخ الإنشاء. لتعزيز سهولة الوصول، يتم منحك إمكانية إنشاء مجلدات الذي صيغ محددة ليتم تحميلها بشكل افتراضي. تتوفر لفرز البرامج مضغوطة والموسيقى والفيديو والصور والوثائق عدة المسبقة. جدول عمليات التحميل للأسف،

 

إلاإذا كنت الوصول إلى قائمة الخيارات، كنت على علم بأن التطبيق أيضا يتميز المجدول. فإنه يتيح لك تحديد بدقة عدد من التفاصيل ذات الصلة الوقت، مثل حمل يومي، مرة واحدة فقط، بل قد توقفت العملية تلقائيا في ساعة معينة. وعلاوة على ذلك، يمكن لعدد قليل من الخيارات بعد عملية اغلاق جهاز الكمبيوتر الخاص بك عندما يتم تنزيل كافة العناصر، شنق مودم، أو يكون مجرد إغلاق التطبيق.

 

مشاركة الملفات مع أصدقائك بين الميزات المقدمة، وتطبيق يتيح لك إمكانية الحصول على الملفات التي تم تحميلها تقاسمها مع أصدقائك مع بضع نقرات الماوس. ضرب زر ‘إرسال الملف’ إحضار صفحة ويب التي تمكنك من إرسال رسائل البريد الإلكتروني تحتوي على رابط التحميل للملف الذي تريد توزيعها. لتنتهي جميع في كل شيء .

 

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