Category Archives: Windows 11

Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly – Issue #940 – Available Online

    Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly – Issue #940 – Available Online OOPS, WE MADE A MISTAKE! THE ISSUE NUMBER IN THE SENT VERSION OF INFOAVE WEEKLY, ISSUE #940 SAYS ISSUE # https://.  SO, FOREVERMORE, ISSUE #940 OF INFOAVE WEEKLY WILL BE KNOWN AS THE HTTPS:// ISSUE – AT LEAST YOU KNOW IT’S SECURE, RIGHT?  WE APOLOGIZE FOR OUR… Read More »

Microsoft Video Shows Why TCM 2.0 and Other Windows 11 Requirements are So Important

    Microsoft Video Shows Why TCM 2.0 and Other Windows 11 Requirements are So Important There are several ways to bypass the stringent Windows 11 hardware requirements, but Microsoft wants to show you why you shouldn’t.  Microsoft recently created a video to show how Windows 11’s new security measures, including TPM 2.0 (Trusted Platform Module), VBS (Virtualization-Based… Read More »

The Next Time a Program is Not Responding Try This Trick to Avoid Losing Data

    The Next Time a Program is Not Responding Try This Trick to Avoid Losing Data A tip for Windows 8.1, Windows 10 (all versions), and Windows 11 In earlier versions of Windows if a program froze (hung, locked-up) there was nothing you could do about it but kill the program using Task Manager/Processes/End Process. But Windows… Read More »

Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly – Issue #939 – Available Online

    Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly – Issue #939 – Available Online Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly, Issue #939, was sent to all our subscribers on Friday, October 8, 2021, at approximately 8:10 AM, Eastern daylight time (USA). If you didn’t receive our latest newsletter, it’s because your ISP didn’t deliver it… or it’s in your spam folder. If you are… Read More »

Microsoft Relents, Shows Users How to Bypass Its Own System Requirements for Windows 11

      Microsoft Relents, Shows Users How to Bypass Its Own System Requirements for Windows 11 And all you need is a simple registry change. Microsoft, taking heat for introducing a new version of Windows that wouldn’t work on computers older than a few years, has finally relented. This week, it published a simple registry hack that… Read More »