How to resolve: `The application you are trying to install is not a Microsoft-verified app`

How to resolve: `The application you are trying to install is not a Microsoft-verified app`

The flexibility of the Windows operating system increases with each version and update. It allows you to download and install all kinds of applications on your computer. This freedom can lead to significant risks if left unchecked.

To help us protect our computers, Windows publishes only trusted applications in the Microsoft Store. Software downloaded from other sources outside of the Microsoft Store can contain malware or bugs. That’s why the system is configured by default not to install applications that have not been verified by Microsoft. read more

Fixed: Printer that continues printing documents in an inverted color

Sometimes you may need to print a document in “negative” format. This means that everything will print in reverse order: black will print as white, and white areas as black. This is especially useful if you are editing your output with a camera.

In other cases, you may need to print a mirror image of the output, which is useful if you are creating output for photo transfer processes or screen printing. There are several ways to create negative output, and they all involve the printer driver. read more

Fixed: Windows is opening programs on the second monitor instead of the primary monitor

If you open an app or program for Windows 10, it opens on a different or incorrect monitor in a multi-monitor setting, this post will help you fix the problem. You can use the same guide to make a program open on a specific monitor if you have two or more monitors.

Setting up a dual monitor allows you to use different programs at the same time while improving your communication and collaboration skills. After all, what could be better than viewing help files on one monitor and simultaneously video chatting with your teammates on the other! read more