2020年03月24日

NVIDIA Releases Half-Life: Alyx Game Ready Driver - Get version 445.75

NVIDIA has announced the availability of a new version of its GeForce graphics driver, namely build 445.75 WHQL, which is the Game Ready driver for the Half-Life: Alyx title that gives the latest performance optimizations, profiles, and bug fixes.


Moreover, the current release also ensures optimal support for games such as Resident Evil 3, Ghost Recon Breakpoint's Ghost Experience update, and the inclusion of NVIDIA DLSS 2.0 to manage and MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries.


Moreover, version 445.75 resolves the black screen seen in Red Dead Redemption 2 when switching windows with [Alt+Tab], and adds/updates SLI profiles for all supported GPUs (NVIDIA Turing GPUs receive several more profiles) as highlighted within the Release Notes below.


In terms of compatibility, the accessible files are compatible with the 64-bit variants of Microsoft's Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 os's (both desktop and notebooks). Also, Windows 10 users must choose from two packages: DCH or Standard file (as shown in NVIDIA Control Panel > System Information > Driver Type).


Therefore, if you want to upgrade, save the appropriate file for your computer's operating-system, run it, wait for all data required for cellular phone to become extracted, and follow all instructions displayed on the screen for a complete and successful upgrade.


Once finished, make sure to execute a system reboot to allow all changes to consider effect properly. If the task isn't requested automatically through the wizard, it would be smart to carry it out manually to ensure that any potential problems are avoided.


Having said that, download NVIDIA GeForce Graphics Driver 445.75, apply it on your device, and constantly check our website to stay "updated one minute ago."

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2020年03月23日

How to Create Windows 10 Backup to Network Drive

Backups are important. No matter what you need to do in your system, using a reliable backup system can help you when your in trouble. Often times, most of us will back up our bodies to some other drive in the same system. However, to become extra safe or if you have a separate network drive or NAS, you may create Windows 10 backup to network drive. The good thing is, it's not necessary to install any third-party tool. You should use the built-in tool to backup Windows 10 to a network location. Allow me to show you how.


Backup Windows 10 to Network Drive


To produce a Windows 10 network backup, we can make use of the built-in backup tool. All you have to do is select the destination and Windows 10 look after what files to support so when to support.


1. Open the Settings app by pressing the keyboard shortcut Win + I.


2. In the settings app, go to "Update & Security -> Backup" page. On the right panel, find and then click the "Go to Backup and Restore" link.


3. The above mentioned action will open the user interface page. Here, click the "Set up backup" link.


4. Once you click on the link, Windows 10 will open the backup tool. Here, since you want to backup Windows 10 to a network drive, click on the "Save to some network" button.


5. You'll be prompted to find the network location, knowing the network path, enter it in the Network Location field. Otherwise, click on the "Browse" button.


6. Now, discover the network location within the browse window and click on the "Ok" button.


7. Once you choose the network location, Windows 10 will prove to add the path automatically. Next, enter the password of the network location in the respective fields and then click the "Ok" button.


Note: when the network location has no password protection or if Windows this it's not secure enough, Windows might not support the full Windows 10 image towards the target network driver.


8. The newly added network location will appear within the backup destination selection screen. If you don't see the network location, click on the "Refresh" button. Here, select the network location from the list and then click the "Next" button.


9. Windows 10 will ask what to backup. Generally, it is best to allow Windows choose things to backup. So, select the radio option "Let Windows choose" and click on the "Ok" button.


10. Windows will now create a schedule to automatically backup Windows 10 to some network location. You can see the schedule at the end of the screen. In order to save changes and start the backup, click on the "Save settings and run backup" button.


11. Once you click the button, Windows will begin the initial backup process.


12. Once the backup is complete, Windows will list the backup size. The backup is kept in the network drive together with your computer name.


13. When you want to revive a backup, simply go the backup page, choose the restore option, and follow the restoration wizard.


That is all. It's that easy to produce a Windows 10 backup to network drive.

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2020年03月20日

How to Fully Disable User Access Control in Windows 10

Starting with Windows Vista, Microsoft introduced a brand new feature called User Access Control. Every time you or a program wants to use a software or have to modify system files or settings, you will notice a UAC prompt asking for your permission. If you give permission, the process will proceed. Otherwise, Windows will block the operation. This is a good basic security measure. However, you will see times when the UAC prompts are excessive and annoying, like when you are installing a lot of software and drivers on a new system. In those situations, you can quickly disable the user access control in Windows 10. Here's how.


Warning: It's not recommended to disable user access control. Only stick to the below steps if it is essential and you understand what you are doing.


1. Steps to Disable User Access Control


Windows has a built-in User Access Control management tool. Using this tool, you may either change how aggressive the consumer access control is or you can outright disable it. An important feature about it is the fact that all you have to do is move an easy slider to change the consumer access control settings.


Open the Start Menu.


Search for "Control Panel" and open it.


Within the control panel, select "View by" to "Category".


Next, click the "System and Security" link. This is when all the security stuff lives.


Under "Security and Maintenance", find and then click the "Change User Access Control settings" link.


The above action will open the UAC tool. Grab the slider with your mouse and drag everything the way down. The tool should show "Never Notify" underneath the slider.


Click on the "Ok" button to save changes.


That is it. The changes are instant and there's no have to restart. In the future, Windows will not bother you using the UAC prompts.


When you want to reset or enable user access control, simply open the consumer access control tool and drag the slider to second top position "Notify me only when apps try to make changes to my control (default)". This is the default level for those Windows systems.


2. Edit Registry to Disable User Access Control


If the above method didn't work or if you are searching for an alternative method, you should use the Registry Editor to disable user access control. All you need to do is change just one value and you're simply good to go. The only real downside of this process is that it won't provide you with the control you see within the first method. i.e, the UAC tool. Nevertheless, back up the registry and follow the below steps.


Open the start menu.


Search for "regedit" or "registry editor" and open it up.


In the registry editor, copy the below path, paste it in the address bar and press Enter. This action will give you towards the folder we need.


HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System


Around the right panel, find the "EnableLUA" value. This is actually the key that controls User Access Control. Double-click on the value.


In the Edit Value window, select "Hexadecimal" under Base. Next, enter "0" in the Value Data field and click on the "Ok" button to save changes.


You will see a notification from Windows telling that you need to restart the system to help make the changes take effect.


So, reboot Windows. Right-click around the start menu and select "Shut down or sign out -> Restart"


After restarting, you will no longer see the UAC prompts. If you want to revert back, visit step five and change the value data back to "1" and click on the "Ok" button. Be sure to reboot your system.


That's all. It's that simple to disable user access control in Windows 10.

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