If you are a Windows 10 user, you might have noticed a folder named REMPL on the C: drive or the system drive. You might wonder what it is? Is it essential? Is it a malicious folder? Can I delete it? And many more such questions. In this post, we would disclose what REMPL is, and should you remove this folder or not?
Although Microsoft is pretty strict about the hardware requirements of Windows 11, especially the TPM Chip, people are still curious what new it has to offer and whether it is worth the hype or Windows 10 is enough. Let us answer that question and find out the significant differences between Windows 10 and Windows 11.
While checking the Windows 11 compatibility for their device, many users are getting the error warning “This PC can’t run Windows 11” that tells them that their device is incompatible with Windows 11. The error is appearing on comparatively new devices too, which fulfills the minimum system requirements. This forced us to ponder whether Microsoft wants us to upgrade to the latest Windows 11 or not?
Many times when Windows 10 user tries to open an application, the system pops up a warning “This App has been Blocked for your Protection” and blocks the app from running. In this post, we would know why such a warning occurs and how to fix the “This App has been Blocked for your Protection” error warning.