Windows 11 Guides, Tips, Tricks, and How-Tos (October 2021)

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That’s it! Windows 10 is almost over and Windows 11 is absolutely on top now. We’re getting ever deeper into the future and it is broken. Well, mostly. Windows 11 is actually pretty neat, but as with every launch of new software, there are issues. This could be Microsoft’s insistence that Teams is good and forcing us to stare at the logo or maybe you’re having issues just installing it?

We’ve been covering Windows 11 for a while now and have multiple guides on our dedicated hub, along with all the information about what’s new in the operating system.

Here’s the fat list of guides, tips, and more on what’s going on in Windows 11, as well as the few guides we have on Windows 10.

Goodbye, Windows 10

Windows 11 means that Windows 10 will eventually be put to bed, but when will Microsoft stop support for Windows 10? Find out here.

If you’re struggling to get the Health App Working, WhyNotWin11 gives more information. Along with this, you might need to upgrade your CPU or even activate a TPM for security reasons. Find out our best CPU choices, TPMs, and motherboards to upgrade to.

Here’s how to install Windows 11 with Microsoft’s help and without it.

If you’re not really in the mood to drop hundreds of dollars on new hardware, you can always just circumvent the TPM and hardware requirements, but risk being unsupported by Microsoft.

There are two methods to do this, one in the registry and one via a third-party program from Github.

Windows 11 Troubleshooting and Tips

Windows 11 Update Assistant

How to factory reset Windows 11
Rollback to Windows 10
Remove Microsoft Teams Icon
Start Menu won’t work
Check CPU Temperature
Start Windows 11 with
networking in Safe Mode
Check RAM
Fix Windows 11 Installation
Windows 11 Error 0x8007007
Uninstall cFosSpeed
Enable Snap Layouts
Block Windows 11 Update

Windows 11 Updates

As with Windows 7, 8, and 10 before it, Windows 11 regularly gets updated to save it from becoming a security risk, as well as adding new features. Here are all the updates for Windows 11 and what – well, at least what we’ve been told – they contain.

Insider Build 22000100
Insider Build 22000132
Insider Build 22463
Release Build KB5006674

Windows 11 Enterprise and 365 Guides and News

The enterprise world isn’t always something we cover, but the more stuff that comes out about the weird issues plaguing it makes it a good choice to give a look now and then.

Brother Printer issues
ADMX Updates
Install and Uninstall RSAT
Kiosk Mode

Windows Hardware Reviews and Guides

Samsung EVO Laptop Review
Surface Pro 8 vs Surface Pro 7
Raspberry Pi 4 running
Windows 11
Surface Laptop Studio –
Where to Buy

Windows 10 Guides

Of course, Windows 10 will be around for a while longer, so we’re not going to leave it out because there’s newest, shiniest update. Here’s everything we have about Windows 10 to help you fix whatever issues might crop up!

Guide and How-ToLink
Install RSAT
Fix Printer Error 0x0000011b
Fix Bad System Config
Fix boot issues
How to screen record
Fix search not working
Fix microphone not working
Fix page fault in
nonpaged area
How to split screen
How to fix class not
registered error
Fix driver power state failure
Fix Ethernet doesn’t have
a valid IP Config
Fix USB Device Not Recognised
How to set a GIF as Wallpaper
Access the BIOS
Disable Touch Screen
Delete backup files
Clear Cache
Fix Critical Process Died
Clone HDD to SSD
Change primary monitor
in Windows 10
Fix Error 0x80070005
Fix Error 0x80070002
Fix Error 0xc1900223

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