Error “Windows cannot find wuapp.exe” And its Workaround in Windows 10

In Windows 10, when you click Windows Update from the Tools menu in Internet Explorer, the error “Windows cannot find wuapp.exe” occurs. This is because the file wuapp.exe, Windows Update page launcher tool that existed in earlier versions of Windows has been removed in Windows 10; but Internet Explorer 11 still references this file.Read more

[Fix] File Explorer Error Windows cannot find “” in Windows 10

When you click the File Explorer shortcut in the Taskbar or launch Explorer using WinKey + E hotkey, error “Windows cannot find “”. Make sure you typed the name correctly” may occur. This happens if you’ve disabled the Quick access feature using registry edit, and File Explorer is set to open in Quick access view … Read more

“This App has Been Blocked for Your Protection” in Windows 10

When running the installer or setup file for a program, Windows 10 may display the message “This App has Been Blocked for Your Protection” and prevent the file from running. This is done for some very valid reasons. Windows 10 has set some strict guidelines for Windows Desktop Apps certification requirements, and if the application you’re trying to install doesn’t clear some of important checklists, the User Account Control blocks the app from installing.Read more

Fix Open with “Choose another app” Error Program Not Associated

When you right-click a file, and select Open with… in a Windows 10/11 computer, the following error may appear:

This file does not have a program associated with it for performing this action. Please install a program or, if one is already installed, create an association in the Default Programs control panel.

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Clicking a Hyperlink in Outlook Prompts to Select a Browser, With IE set as default

When you click a hyperlink in Outlook 2007 or 2010 with Internet Explorer set as the default, the Open With window (“How do you want to open this?” dialog) appears with the list of browser choices. This is an issue in Windows 10 with Outlook 2007 or 2010 installed, and Internet Explorer set as the default browser.Read more

Error “The folder can’t be moved here” Moving Documents/Pictures, Caused by OneDrive

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If you’ve OneDrive options set to save documents and pictures in OneDrive, instead of This PC, the shell folders Documents, Pictures, and its three sub-folders Saved Pictures, Camera Roll, and Screenshots, are redirected to the OneDrive folder.

With this setting on, the user can’t use the Location tab in the special folder properties to move them or restore the default location. In doing so, Access is deniedThe folder can’t be moved here error would appear.

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