User Account Control: What is it and Why is it so Important? If you’ve ever used a Windows computer, you’re probably familiar with User Account Control (UAC).
You may be thinking that it may be a problem with the software or it might have factory defects when on many occasions those may not even be close to what the real problem is.
As most of us, Windows users, it is most likely that, at least once, you have also seen the infamous “Blue Screen of Death”, and the first thing that comes to mind is Why? and How do I fix it?
As you well know, every time we start Windows 10 we have to enter the password to be able to work with the operating system.
If you are used to Windows 10 and have decided to make the switch to the new Windows 11, will have noticed that many of the configurations settings are no longer in the same place as they used to be
If you are a Windows user, you may have come across some problems at certain times with your PC unable to recognize your WiFi network or unable to connect to it
When Windows 11 was released, you would have to change all the protocols, browsers are used for, one by one (*.html, http, https, *., htm and even the pdf application.
Clean up your PC and remove apps you no longer use to improve performancea