Have you lost your Windows 10 Product Key? Here is how you can get it back with just a few easy steps. Anyone can do this. Better still: you can even retrieve the serial numbers you lost track of. Here is how to do it.
Kaspersky Lab’s newest generation of security software, Kaspersky Internet Security 2018, sports a nifty new feature: support for scanning of encrypted connections, including IMAP/SMTP over SSL between your mail client and your mail servers. While this behavior is mostly desirable, it may occasionally go too far. Kaspersky will intercept your mail connections, inject itself between your mail client and mail server, and use its own certificates to protect the “last mile” of your connectivity. This will cause your mail client to complain about invalid certificates from your mail service providers. The good news is you don’t need to remove the software nor do you need to deactivate scanning of encrypted connections. You can have your cake and eat it too.
Here is how to fix the problem.
Many of us work with Windows 10 every day, pushing the system to its limits. Sooner or later, it is going to slow down to a crawl. It is not a matter of If, but a matter of When. Some folks regularly reinstall Windows and all their software from scratch, but that is a lot of work. It might keep you busy for a day or even more. Luckily, there is a better way. With a few nifty tricks, you can make Windows faster with only a minimal effort.
Repairing Windows does feel nerve-wrecking at times: stakes are high and so much is hanging in the balance (your Windows installation, your data, your precious time).
The apparent simplicity of the Windows 10 interface completely belies the power hidden underneath its understated elegance. You can frequently, even though not always predictably, recover the seemingly unrecoverable.
Here is a quick guide on how you can restore a Windows system to a bootable state as quickly as possible, and get back to whatever you were doing before all hell broke loose.
Should your PC run into trouble, here is how to find Windows 10 crash logs on your PC. It is quick and easy if you know where to start.