Earlier in the month Microsoft announced their new subscription service for Windows 10 Enterprise. Starting at just $7 USD per month, end users are able to subscribe to Windows 10 enterprise on a monthly basis.
This, I think, is a good move by Microsoft.
However, what is disturbing is what Microsoft is changing on lower tier versions, such as Windows 10 Professional. See the following changes:
I’d say this is to target the small business users who now cannot disable the shop within Windows. This will push slightly larger businesses to go to Enterprise.
While a small change, I hope Microsoft doesn’t fall into the trap many other monthly subscription providers have fallen into.
See the following for more information.
You may have come across this issue when you’ve upgraded your computer to Windows 10. Upon returning to your computer, the screen refreshes slowly and applications appear to have crashed due to memory issue.
There have been many suggest ways to fix this, but the simplest way is to do the following:
- Open Regedit by pressing Windows Key + R and typing regedit
- Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESYSTEMCurrentControlSetControlSession ManagerMemory Management
- Change the value of ClearPageFileAtShutDown to 1
- Reboot your computer
This will wipe the page file on reboot.
This may increase the shutdown time of your computer, but it will fix this error. The root cause of this error is an incompatible driver on your system. I will follow up with an article on this process.