Windows 10 is booting to a black screen – I think every 5 people have already encountered such an issue at least once. The problem can manifest itself in different ways: it can be just a black screen or black screen with a mouse cursor; you can face it before login as well as after you sign in to your user account; you may face it after installing updates or spontaneously etc. As you understand, Windows 10 can show you a black screen due to various reasons. Respectively there is no universal solution to resolve the problem and recover your system to a working state. So in this article you will find all possible solutions that hopefully will help you to fix the issue of a black screen on Windows 10. Continue reading
Windows10Upgrade folder is created by the Upgrade Assistant when you downloaded the Windows 10 Anniversary Update manually instead of waiting for it to come from Microsoft Update website. Disk Cleanup doesn’t delete Windows10Upgrade folder despite it can be a few gigabytes in size:
Here is how to remove the folder safely.
100% disk usage is a rather widespread issue on Windows 10. It slows your PC down to a crawl. High disk utilization can be caused by various reasons. In some cases 100% usage can be normal (for example after installing updates or during video rendering), in other – it can be a consequence of an issue.
It can take up to 20 minutes to boot and when the desktop finally loads up the disk is constantly running at 99-100% and never dropping down. This means it is unreal to work on such PC. High disk utilization problem can also appear on other versions of Windows as well. Here are various solutions that will help you to fix 100% disk usage in Windows 10. Continue reading
Password serves to protect your system against unauthorised access. Even if you have set up auto login on power on, your Windows 10 might request a password on wake up from sleep or hibernation. So you will have to sign in every time your computer wakes up. If you don’t like this, here is how to disable password on wakeup in Windows 10 (after sleep or hibernation). Continue reading
Live ID is a Microsoft Service that allows
Enhanced Security Configuration (IE ESC) is designed to protect a server from dangerous websites capable to infect system with malware. You need to add a website to the Trusted sites zone to open all its content in IE. Enhanced Security Configuration is enabled by default in Internet Explorer on Windows Server 2016. In most cases such security restrictions are really helpful. But in some cases you might want to allow Internet Explorer open all websites including all third-party content without adding them as trusted ones. Here is how to disable Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration in Windows Server 2016. Continue reading