Here's how you can install Windows 11 without TPM 2.0. If you want to install it on your computer using either official or unofficial ISOs, you may be out of luck if your computer does not support Trusted Platform Module 2.0 or TPM 2.0. An attempt to install Windows 11 on a PC lacking TPM 2.0 will end up with the following error: "This PC can't run Windows 11. The PC must support TPM 2.0." Fortunately, it is easy to bypass the stumbling block. This article will show you how to install Windows 11 on a computer that does not support TPM 2.0.
The unexpected and surprising leak made it possible to download Windows 11 sounds. Yesterday, Windows 11 build 21966 found its way to the Internet, so interested users can finally try it and play with its new features and resources.
Windows 11 and its refreshed user interface found their way to the Internet just a few days ahead of the June 24 presentation. Today, the pre-release version, Windows 11 build 21996 from the co_release branch, has become available online. It has been already confirmed to be a genuine build by a variety of sources.
It is still possible to open the classic System Properties dialog in Windows 11 and Windows 10 that is part of the Control Panel. As you may remember, since Windows 10 'October 20H2 Update' the System Properties applet that shows generic information about your PCs, has been replaced with the Settings app, making it harder to access it from anywhere in the GUI.
How to Change Where to Keep Mouse Cursor while using Magnifier in Windows 11 and Windows 10
Magnifier is an accessibility tool bundled with all modern Windows version, such as Windows 11/10/8.1/7/, etc. You can launch it directly with the
magnify command. When enabled, Magnifier makes part or all of your screen bigger so you can see words and images better. In recent Windows 10 builds, Magnifier has an ability to keep the mouse cursor in the center of the screen, or within its edges while using it in full-screen view.
In Windows 11 and Windows 10, you can change the icon cache size that can be of help if Explorer opens slowly. To show icons faster, Windows caches them into a file. This special file contains icons for many apps and file types, so File Explorer doesn't need to extract the icons for known file extensions and apps. This allows File Explorer to work faster.
As you may already know, Windows 10 Insider Preview includes a set of "hidden" feature which are not accessible to regular users. Usually, the OS includes features that are not finished or can cause some unexpected behavior. Here are two tools we can use to unblock such features, both free and open source.
In Windows, you can hide specific drives in the This PC folder of File Explorer. This can be done with several methods, including a Registry tweak. Today, we'll see how it can be done.
In this article, we will see how to get a useful context menu item to create a New -> Windows PowerShell script. It will save you time if you need to create them from time to time. You get a new file with the PS1 extension instantly with one click.
In this post, we will review how to enable NumLock by default in Windows 11 and 10. So it will be turned on startup when you sign in to or restart the OS. It is very useful when your username or password has numbers that you type on the numeric keypad. But by default, the keypad is off and works as navigation keys. Luckily, there are several methods to change this. It is important to note that all of them also work in Windows 8.1/8, Windows 7 and even older versions of the operating system.