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Cloudeight InfoAve Weekly
Issue #942
Volume 18 Number 52
October 29, 2021

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Brian's PC doesn't meet the requirements for Windows 11
Hi. I have an HP All-In-One computer which is only several years old; I'm not sure of the exact age of my PC.

When I run the latest version of WhyNotWin11 (version it says everything is compatible except the CPU.
The computer specs are listed below:

Processor Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700T CPU @ 2.80GHz 2.81 GHz
Installed RAM 16.0 GB (15.9 GB usable)
System type 64-bit operating system, x64-based processor
Pen and touch support with 10 touchpoints

All components are compatible except the CPU. Regards, Brian.

Our answer
Hi Brian. First, Microsoft has updated its PC Health Check app to check your PC's compatibility with Windows 11- so there's no need to use the workaround WhyNotWin11. You can read more about that here. I would run that before making any decisions.

From what I can see, you have a 6th generation Intel processor that doesn't make the cut as far as Windows 11 goes. According to Microsoft, it must be a 7th Generation Intel processor or newer. You can follow the instructions on this page and use a registry hack to skip the CPU check and install Windows 11 anyway. But, Microsoft warns if you use their workaround to install Windows 11, updates are "not guaranteed".

But so far my ASUS computer, like your PC, meets all Windows 11 requirements except for the processor, is running Windows 11, and has been getting updates. It seems to me that Microsoft would never really cut updates off for users who used Microsoft's workaround to install Windows 11. But, if you do upgrade to Windows 11, you would have to assume that risk.

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Linda wants our recipes link
A little while ago you had a link to a page that you could find recipes, but I am not finding it on your start page. Does it ring a bell for you?

Our answer
Hi Linda. Here is the most recent article we published called "Search Over Two Million Recipes Instantly".

And here's a hint for you. The next time you're looking for an article we've posted, go to our InfoAve page and use the search engine on that page to search our articles and tips. We use it all the time to find things. It works great.

We hope this helps you cook up some great meals!

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Bil wants to know why he has to keep reinstalling the "new" Microsoft Edge
Hi Guys. I am buying and setting up an HP Inspiron laptop for my wife. Unfortunately, I am having a problem with Microsoft Edge! It asked me to install the new Microsoft Edge which I did. Every time I boot up it loads up Microsoft Edge asking me to install it! I can't seem to get rid of it for the screen at boot up. Any suggestions?

Great Newsletter... it is compulsory reading every day/week/month!  Regards, Bil.

Our answer
Hi Bil. Thanks for your nice comments.

Was this a used computer? New computers with Windows 10 should not ask you to install the "new" Edge. There is no "new" Edge. There is only one Edge now and that's the Chromium version of Edge which comes with all supported versions of Windows 10.

Your best bet is to type Apps & features in taskbar search.

Click "Open" when Apps & features appears in the search results.

In Apps & features, in the list of Apps, find Microsoft Edge and click on it.

Then click "Modify".

When you click "Modify" you'll get an Administrator prompt (allow this app to make changes to your device). Click "Yes".

You'll see this dialog:

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Click on "Repair". Notice the dialog says it will reinstall the browser.

We hope this helps you fix your MS Edge problems, Bil.

We hope this helps you, David.

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Janet gets a blue screen
Hi Darcy & TC. Today when I started my computer it was running fine and then suddenly, after about 15 minutes, I got a Blue Screen saying my computer had encountered an error and needed to restart.  After my computer restarted, everything seems fine. It's been three days since I saw the Blue Screen. Should I be worried? Does this mean my PC is going bad?

Our answer
Hi Janet. If you see a Blue Screen every once in a Blue Moon - you don't have to worry. I think every Windows user has seen a few Blue Screens - at least those who've been using Windows for a while.

Most Blue Screens are caused by hardware driver issues. And many times, "driver-updaters" exacerbate the problem. In any case, if you see Blue Screens infrequently it doesn't indicate any major problems. It's when you start seeing them every day or more than once a day that indicates you've got a serious problem.

You can rest easy, Janet.

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Marjorie says she cannot import a CSV file of contacts into Outlook
I use Outlook 2019 but it will not import my CSV file of my e-mail contacts.

Our answer
Hi Marjorie. We may not have enough information to answer your question correctly.

How did you export the CSV file? Where did you export it from? What format did you choose, Outlook CSV or Gmail CSV? Did you follow the instructions on this page when trying to import the CSV contacts?

If you're following those instructions and it still does not work then we're going to need more info to help you. Just let us know.

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John wants to know how to run Windows 11 on a computer that doesn't quite meet the requirements
Read your article about Windows 11 with interest. I have a 5-year-old Asus laptop and am interested in the registry hack you used to bypass the processor and TPM check. Any chance you describe the details on how to do that? Keep up the good work! John.

Our answer
Hi John. Keep in mind that Microsoft says if you use the infamous Microsoft registry hack, "future updates" are not guaranteed. Many who are in the know don't think Microsoft would dare to withhold updates from Windows 11 users, but if you do the registry hack, that's a risk you will be taking.

See this page for details on how to install Windows 11 on a PC that does not meet the requirements for Windows 11.

We hope this helps you... and good luck, John!

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Susan lost her Internet connection on her desktop computer
My desktop computer has lost internet connection. In Device Manager, there is the yellow triangle beside the network adapter. I have a laptop and a smartphone and I am connected to the Internet without any problems.

I tried to update the drivers but I got a message that says "Windows has determined the best driver for this device is already installed." Could there be better and newer drivers on the device manufacturer's website? I would appreciate your advice. Thanks so much for helping me and so many others.

Our answer
Hi Susan. Installing a new driver will not fix your Ethernet connection. We're assuming it stopped working before you tried installing a new driver. So, our first guess is your network card is going bad or has gone bad.

We can rule out a problem with your modem and router since your other devices are connected and working. Does your desktop computer have a wireless card? If so, you could connect try connecting using the WiFi connection.

But, before doing anything else we suggest you reset your network settings. Resetting the network settings only affects your computer -it won't affect the other devices connected to your network. Resetting your network settings on your desktop will completely reset your desktop computer's network settings as well as its network adapters. This may help you. If you want to try resetting your network - and we think it's worth a try -- follow the instructions on this page.

Let us know what happens and if you need any more help.
Susan wrote back: "Hi TC. It worked!! I reset the network settings as you suggested and I'm back on the Internet. The instructions you provided were excellent and everything went perfectly. Thanks so much. This isn't the first time you guys have helped me. I so appreciate this! Thanks again, Susan"

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Terry upgrades his laptop to Windows 11
Howdy, folks...Windows graced me with its 11th version a few days ago. As far as I can tell, the major change is them moving the taskbar icons into the middle of the bar, mimicking Apple products.

I've taken some time to indicate my preferences on my often-used programs and apps but not all of them, I suspect. So far, I have seen non of the issues that were reported on for months prior to the program's release.

One issue I have experienced however is a couple of my programs stalling, being unresponsive. I get around that by using my Task Manager and canceling or restarting the program. I went through this a while ago using Windows 10 on my 13-year-old Media Desktop from HP. Same remedy. I'm never sure what causes this issue; perhaps you do?

After reading your item this week regarding Internet speeds, I used a few times to see how my GB speed functions on my new laptop. It was 2:15 p.m. on a Sunday afternoon and the posted result was 800 MBPS and then, a few minutes later, 720 MBPS. I won't complain about that!

Anyway, that's it for now. Keep up the good works that you do for us all. Enjoy Halloween and then U.S. Thanksgiving. Terry

Our answer
Hi Terry. Happy Halloween & Thanksgiving to you as well. It doesn't seem possible that we are entering the final months of 2021 already. Time flies like the wind, but fruit flies like bananas.

Thanks for your report on Windows 11. Your report reminds me to add Windows 11 to our support form as an operating system choice - and that's been done.

Non-responding programs are generally the result of not enough RAM or too many programs running in the background - usually a combination of both. It's hard to say without actually seeing what's going on there.

Regarding the centered Taskbar. Windows 11 allows you to move the taskbar to the left as it has been in all previous versions of Windows.

1. Right-click the taskbar

2. Click Taskbar settings

3. Click Taskbar behaviors

4. Next to Taskbar alignment use the dropdown arrow to select "Left".

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Keep on exploring Windows 11, Terry.

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The Windows Cloud Download Recovery Option
Windows 10 and Windows 11

Beginning with Windows 10 version 1909, Microsoft added a Cloud Recovery option to Windows 10. Windows 11 now offers the same option.

The Cloud Recovery option gives all Windows 10 and Windows 11 users who are trying to recover a badly corrupted installation of Windows a better choice. With the Cloud Download recovery option, users can download a pristine copy of Windows 10 or Windows 11 from Microsoft without using any of the pre-existing files on their computers.

According to Microsoft…

“The cloud download option will reinstall the same build, version, and edition, that is currently installed on your device. This new cloud download option is available to all Windows 10 devices and is different from the “Recover from the cloud” feature available on some earlier Windows 10 devices.” 

The Cloud Download option is available in Windows 11 as well.

Here’s how to your the Cloud Download option to reset your Windows 10 or Windows 11 PC...and keep all your files (all your programs will be removed).

1.) Type RESET in the taskbar search

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Click on “Reset this PC” when it appears in the search results

In the Recovery dialog, click Get Started under “Reset this PC”

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When you click “Get Started” a window will open showing you two options:

“Keep my files” and “Remove everything”

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If you want to keep your files and reinstall a fresh copy of Windows make sure you select “Keep my files” 

When you click on “Keep my files” you’ll see this dialog:

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On the next screen, Windows will give you two options – “Cloud download” and “Local Reinstall”. If you choose the first option, Windows will reinstall a pristine copy of the same version of Windows that is installed on your PC by downloading the files directly from Microsoft’s servers. If you choose the second option, Windows will be reinstalled with the files stored on your computer.

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Click “Reset” and the reset will begin.  Keep in mind that the Cloud download option will take longer than a local reinstall. A Cloud Recovery reset could take from 1 to 2 hours or even longer, depending on the speed of your internet connection.

The Cloud download option is your best choice if your Windows installation is badly corrupted.

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Four Slick Quick Tips for You
Windows 8.1, Windows 10, Windows 11 & all popular browsers

These four tips are easy and quick. But more than that they’re useful and time-saving. Three of them are browser tips for Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and almost any other browser — and one is a “copy and paste” tip.

Three browser tips first…

1. Show recently viewed pages with a click

Did you know you can show a list of recently visited pages from the current tab? You can. All you have to do is right-click on the “Back” button and you’ll see a list of recently visited pages. Keep in mind the back button may not be visible (or grayed out) when you first open your browser since there’s nothing to go back to, right?

2. Drag-a-tab

Did you know you can drag any tab and rearrange the tabs showing at the top of your browser? And, if you drag a tab off the edge of the browser, it will open that tab in a new browser window. Just drag the tab outside the active browser window. And you can also add it back to the original browser window too. Just drag it and drop it where you want it.

3. Going Home

Most of you have a Web page you call your home page. In case you’re wondering, the browser’s home page or “Start” page is the page that opens when you first start your browser. Of course, we’re sure it’s because you like us so much. Alas, it’s probably not though… but we can always hope.

Anyway, when you’re surfing the Web and have several tabs open, and you decide you want to return home page quickly here’s how to do it fast! All you have to do is press the Alt key + the Home key to return to your home (start) page. The next time you want to return to your home (start) page quickly, give your mouse a rest and use the Alt + Home shortcut.

A Copy & Paste tip

This tip works in any version of Windows, including Windows 11.

How do you copy? Do you copy text and links from the left to right or right to left? Did you know if you copy text from left to right, Windows will automatically add a space to the beginning of the first line when you paste what you copied?

While that’s not a problem most of the time, it can be if you are copying and pasting passwords, usernames, a line of computer code, a registry entry, etc. That space at the beginning of the first line can cause you problems.

So, from now on try to get used to copying from right to left and avoid that extra space at the beginning of the first line that Windows adds automatically.

Copy that?

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The Krazy Coupon Lady

TheKrazyCouponLady - Cloudeight Site Pick

OK… it’s really, but that makes a lousy title for an article, right? Seriously, the spell-checkers are already blaring alarms, we tells ya!


Who doesn’t like saving money? EB! Put your hand down! Most people like saving money. There’s something crazy fun about clipping coupons, printing coupons, using coupons.  And we know many of you are on tight budgets like us, and every coupon clipped, and every dollar saved is important. The more money you save, the more money you have, right? Who said, “A penny saved is a penny earned”? You’re right, EB, good old Ben Franklin!

Anyway, we’ve seen a lot of coupon sites, but we’ve never seen a coupon site like The Krazy Coupon Lady. These two gals started as two coupon-clipping pals trying to save money on the family groceries. Now they’re millionaires. Makes me want to ask EB… why didn’t we think of this all those years ago?

Anyway, here’s the story, right from the keyboard of the Krazy Coupon Lady. was founded, quite by accident, when two stay-at-home moms began blogging about their strategic coupon-clipping in Boise, Idaho. Founders, Heather Wheeler and Joanie Demer were tired of spending $500 per month feeding their young families and wanted to find a way to cut that number in half. Soon, they were “stacking” coupons, sales, and store promotions and walking out of the store with sacks full of free groceries!

Today, is a thriving multi-million dollar corporation, outpacing the growth of any website of its kind in the world! Heather and Joanie’s team of two has grown to include 20 employees and an impressive social media following, with nearly 1.3M fans on Facebook, 56.5K followers on Twitter, and 84.9K followers on Pinterest. In the spirit of sharing, partners with a local IRC chapter to provide groceries, gifts, and free classes to local refugee families from all over the world…

I mean what more can we tell you? Let’s do some show and tell, OK?

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TheKrazyCouponLady makes it easy to find the coupons you’re looking for – which is one of the reasons why we love the site.

If you’re looking to save money, and you like coupons, exploring TheKrazyCouponLady will be well worth your time.

Let’s go couponing, my friends!

PS: It would have been cooler if it were TheKrazyKouponLady, eh?  

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The Lion Sleeps Tonight

“In the jungle, the mighty jungle, the lion sleeps tonight…”

Is there anyone who doesn’t know the song, 'The Lion Sleeps Tonight'? If you’re an older person, you remember it as a hit record by The Tokens in the early 1960s; if you’re younger you remember it from “The Lion King”. 

But there’s a backstory to that song that few people know. And it’s a story of poverty and of strong vs. weak. A story of wealth and power vs. a poor man and his family.

And it’s also the story of one of the biggest and most recognizable hit songs of all time.

The song 'The Lion Sleeps Tonight' has its roots in “Mbube”. According to Wikipedia...

"Mbube is a form of South African vocal music, made famous by the South African group Ladysmith Black Mambazo.

The word mbube means “lion” in Zulu.  Traditionally performed a cappella, the members of the group are male although a few groups have a female singer. In this form, groups of voices singing homophonically in rhythmic unison

are employed to create intricate harmonies and textures…” (Wikipedia “Mbube (genre)”.

‘The Lion Sleeps Tonight‘ was written and recorded as ‘Wimoweh” in 1938 (you can listen here), in Johannesburg, South African by singer and itinerant worker Solomon Linda and his band The Evening Birds.

Wimoweh’ slowly evolved into ‘The Lion Sleeps Tonight’... 

We hope you'll read the rest of this essay here.

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What is the most popular way for cybercriminals to steal your identity, spread malware, and entice you to visit malicious websites?

A. Software Bundling
B. Hacking
C. Spam Email
D. None of these

If you answered "C", you're correct. You get an A! Spam is number one when it comes to bringing malicious files and websites to your computer.

According to Security outfit F-Secure, spam email is still the most popular means for cyber-miscreants to spread malware and entice people to click links to malicious websites.

According to F-Secure's analysis of spam email, almost half of all spam emails (46 percent) are pushing dating scams, about one-third of them (31 percent) contain links to malicious websites and approximately a quarter of them (23 percent) have malicious attachments. Eighty-five percent of these malicious attachments are one of five file types: .ZIP, .DOC, .XLS, .PDF, and .7Z (7-zip compressed file).

F-Secure noted that while spam has been a vector for viruses and malware for decades, as computer operating systems and security software become more efficient at protecting users from exploits and vulnerabilities, spam has gained more popularity over the past few years and it now is the number one way malware and links to malicious web sites are spread.

As we've been warning you for 20+  years now - Never click links in suspicious emails or spam emails. And always THINK BEFORE YOU CLICK.

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