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Enabling BitLocker Drive Encryption Without a TPM in Windows 10

Windows 10 is quite an impressive operating system. It’s fast, it runs all of my old apps (even my retro games!), and it has tons of security improvements. BitLocker Drive Encryption isn’t new to Windows 10. Encrypting files in Windows goes all the way back to the Encrypting File System (EFS) in Windows 2000. BitLocker … Continue reading Enabling BitLocker Drive Encryption Without a TPM in Windows 10

Troubleshooting Slow Logon and Logoff on a Standalone Windows Computer

Windows performs a remarkably long list of tasks whenever a user logs on or off a computer. The tasks can be different depending on a number of variables, some of which are: If the computer is domain-joined If the computer is connected to a network If the user profile is local, network, or roaming If … Continue reading Troubleshooting Slow Logon and Logoff on a Standalone Windows Computer