Thanks for your software, it looks great.
I am in a terrible position, Avira made a smart scan and update " windows 11 22H2 " register file while I was on windows 10.
It broke my whole OS, now I am on windows 11, I hate it. But at least I got internet back, even if my processor is still at 80% while nothing is happening.
I have to much configuration on my software (audio, advanced date management), and have a lot of work to do this week for clients. I can't just wipe my whole system it will take me at least 40 hours to reconfigure everything to be able to work.
I just found your services while comparing on internet what could help me.
I can pay for a paid plan buy I just need help fixing my register and my OS back even if windows 11 is just hell....
I don't know what to do, i suppose there is no way back, my last snapchot was 2 month ago which is way to far.
I was in the middle of deleting one of the 5 email addresses in my Microsoft Outlook and the laptop stopped (or this Outlook application) stopped responding for over 5 minutes so I "ENDED" the process.
Since then I keep getting this Outlook error.
I have tried the Office repair utility.
I have tried restarts.
I have your software (paid version) on my laptop but am unsure whether there is a restore point I can get to that will enable me to get Outlook going again.
Help please :)
Also I frequently get a pop-up suggeting I clear my browser cache because it contains anywhere from 23 to 46 TERABYTES of data. This is odd because I have only 3 TB of available storage on this machine.
It seems that every day I get a warning message about a new 'Daily' task being created. That task is UsoClient (see attachment). There always seems to be three occurences of this program, despite this – so I guess that it is being deleted and recreated by Windows.
No doubt this is a Windows thing, but it would be good to understand what is going on here.
Also, if I try to disable it, despite being a local admin, I get an 'insufficient privs' error (see second attachment).
If this is deemed normal behaviour and the program is trustworthy, is there a way of disabling the warning message, but just for this one program?
Thanks and regards
If I have to restart, it takes 20 minutes or more to load completely. I have basically nothing in startup and can't figure out what is making this take so long. It's the same whether a restart or new start. The hard drive is only a little over half full with lots of pictures. Logically it has to be in either ASUS or windows (10). It's very frustrating and because it takes so long to load, I leave it running. For quite a few years I paid for a service that cleaned the system once a month and helped with any problem. I am no longer using it as it was expensive and even though I stressed the startup time issue, they never improved it.
You can see a lot about the machine, but it doesn't say it's an ASUS 15" laptop, purchased in September of 2014, model R510LAVS51 with core i5
I didn't know if you needed this, but I'd rather give you unnecessary information than have you come back to me.
thanks so much
Добрый день. Вопрос один, может подскажите, как то можно без сторонего софта(в реестре может), ограничить право программам переключать фокус между окнами? Т.е. например какая-то программа в фоне запускает новое окно, и оно открывается по верх текущего(активного).
Ну грубо говоря программа обновлялась апдейтером, и по завершению обновления запустилась, таким образом переключив фокус на себя
In recent weeks, I have been experiencing intermittent crashing/freezing of my PC. This sometimes happens 1/3 times a day or I can go a few days without it occurring at all. It is not, actually, a BSOD - just a "straightforward' freeze or crash.
When accessing the Windows Event Log, the common denominator would appear to be identifed as follows:
Unable to open the Server service performance object. The first four bytes (DWORD) of the Data section contains the status code.
I would consider myself reasonably computer savvy, describing myself as a software 'Geek', in addition to having set-up remote computing facilities. However, this is difficult to readily identify and despite, browsing the Internet extensively, I find I cannot resolve or prevent this from crash from occurring.
The only 'fix' I have reviewed is accessing 'Windows Services' that requires the 'Server to be restarted' but as this is already running (having reset itself?) I cannot, actually, do anything:
Any advice, recommendations or support you an afford me would be very much appreciated.
I am grateful for your attention, time, effort and anticipated co-operation in assisting me to resolve this perplexing and frustrating issue.
Kind regards to you and your colleagues at Auslogics
I was on Insider program which loaded enterprise edition a few years ago.
When computer crashed it reloaded a windows 10 home and now wants me to activate the 10 program. I paid for a win 10 home edition but it will not accept the activation code because of the enterpirse edition I just use without the activation. I tried talking to microsoft and not any answer.