Modern versions of Windows come with system files and drivers which have been digitally signed. This allows to keep integrity and stability of the OS and quickly find corruped or modified files. There is a built-in tool in Windows 10 which you can use to quickly find modified files and unsigned drivers on your computer.
Yesterday, I wrote a tutorial how to disable driver signature requirement in Windows 10. The mentioned solution is not permanent as the driver signature enforcement will be restored after reboot. In this article, we will see how to disable the driver signature enforcement permanently in Windows 10.
If you are a driver developer or if any of your Windows drivers are not signed, you might need to disable the driver signature requirement in Windows 10. Another example is if you need to flash an Android phone or install some old or specific hardware drivers, you need to bypass this requirement as well. But Windows 10 won't allow you to install those unsigned drivers. Here is what you should do in such a case.