Category Archives: Windows

How to Fix “Click Here to Enter Your Most Recent Password”

Click here to enter your most recent passoword

If you update your Microsoft account password you might get a message to “Click here to enter your most recent password (Important)“. Even if you supply the most current password for your account the message won’t go away. Of course, you might think that switching from a Microsoft account to a local account and then […]

Internet Explorer 9 – “Your security setting level puts your computer at risk”

Internet Explorer 9 - Your security setting level puts your computer at risk

“Your security setting level puts your computer at risk” – to disable the security settings error messages you have to disable the Turn off the Security Settings Check feature: Open Group Policy (type gpedit.msc in the Search programs and files field). Go to Computer Configuration | Administrative Templates | Windows Components | Internet Explorer   Look […]

Restarting Windows without restarting your computer

Restart Windows

In addition to restart Windows Explorer without rebooting you can restart Windows without restarting your computer: Click Start, and then click Shut Down. Press and hold down the SHIFT key while you click Restart The Computer, and then click Yes. As soon as the screen clears, release the SHIFT key. NOTE: If you hold the […]

How To Fix Missing Backup and Restore in Windows 7

Windows 7 Backup & Restore

Not sure if upgrading to Windows 7 SP1 caused the Backup and Restore to stop working, but two days after upgrade I was not able to do the backup. I was getting the notification to solve 1 PC issue but when I clicked on the Backup your files button nothing happened, I was missing the […]

“No such interface supported” Error after Upgrading to Windows 7 SP1

No such interface supported

After upgrading my Windows 7 Ultimate with SP1 I could not open Windows Explorer – every time I got this error message: “No such interface supported”. I could not open Control Panel | Add Remove Programs to remove the SP1 update… so I goggled for this upgrade issue and I found that re-registering all .dll […]