Limit Windows Update Bandwidth for Background Downloads in Windows 10

Windows 10 Fall Creators Update introduces a new delivery optimization setting wherein you can throttle the Windows Update background downloads. Windows 10 by default dynamically optimizes the amount of bandwidth used to download (and upload) Windows and App updates. You can see the report in the Windows Update Activity Monitor page.Read more

OneDrive Files On-Demand Downloads – Block and Unblock Apps via Settings

OneDrive Files On-Demand, a new feature which is essentially like OneDrive placeholders, has been made available with the release of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. OneDrive Files On-Demand feature which is enabled by default, allows you to set a file or folder available “online only”. These “online” files in your OneDrive folder are shown with the blue cloud icon, indicating that they’re just placeholders where the real files exist only in the cloud.Read more

OneDrive “Files On-Demand” Option Missing in Settings Tab in Windows 10

OneDrive Files On-Demand helps you access all your files in OneDrive without having to download all of them and use disk space on your device. If you aren’t seeing the Files On-Demand option in OneDrive client’s Settings tab even after installing the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, the latest version of OneDrive hasn’t rolled out to you yet. Here’s how to get the latest version of OneDrive.Read more

Error “Cannot find your camera” 0xC00DABE0 or 0xA00F4244 in Windows 10

If your webcam or Camera app in Windows 10 won’t open and you get an error message saying that we can’t find or can’t start your camera (including error codes 0xA00F4244 or 0x200F4244), the cause might be antivirus software that’s blocking the webcam or camera, or it could be an outdated webcam driver.Read more