In Windows 10 Microsoft has changed the way to manage the Wireless networks that you are connected to. In Windows 10 all the settings for the Network & Internet can be found inside "Settings" app which replaces the "PC Settings" from Windows 8 & 8.1 OS.
On a Windows 10 based computer, the Windows Update process is stuck at the same percent number (e.g. 30%, 40%, 55%, etc.), while downloading updates. The problem persists even after restarting the Windows Update service or the computer.
A few days ago, one of our customers brought his Lenovo laptop to our computer service, in order to change the damaged hard disk and then to install Windows 10. After replacing the disk and performing a clean installation of Windows 10, I realized that the Lenovo Easy Camera didn't work on Skype,
"The source files could be found" error, after running the "DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth" command, is a common problem on Windows 10 and 8 based computers. ( DISM's source files could be found error codes: 0x800f081f or 0x800f0906 or 0x800f0907 )
The DISM error 0x800f081f often occurs after running the "DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth" command on a Windows 10 or Windows 8 based computer, in order to repair the Windows image.
When you download a Windows 10 or 8 ISO file, by using the Media Creation tool, you will realize that there is an "install.esd" file under the "sources" folder (X:\Source\install.esd). The install.esd file is a compressed and encrypted file that contains a full copy of the Windows operating system in a protecting container.
The install.wim file (Windows Image File) is a compressed file which contains a set of many files and associated file system metadata and is included in any Windows installation Media under the "sources" folder (sources\install.wim). Sometimes when Windows 10 or 8 crashes, due to corrupted system files or for any other reason, there is a need(…)
As you may know, many programs add a shortcut to the system startup upon installation in order to automatically start with Windows. This happens because some of these programs need to run in Windows startup for safety reasons (e.g. the Antivirus program) or convenience (e.g. Skype, Dropbox, etc.).
In several cases users may face printing problems, because of the existence of several installed printer drivers belonging to printers that they don't use anymore. This usually happens, because most users, when they change their old (useless) printer device, with a new one, doesn't also uninstall the corresponding driver/software of the old printer.
Description of "Sysprep msdtcprx.dll" Fatal Error: On a Windows 7 based computer, Sysprep fails with error: "A fatal error occurred while trying to sysprep the machine" while executing msdtcprx.dll, SysPrepDtcCleanup" process.