How to Repair the “This device is disabled (Code 22)” Error on Windows 10

Error code 22 is one of many error codes in Device Manager. It is generated when a hardware device is disabled in Device Manager.

In most cases, it means that the device has been disabled manually, but it can also happen that Windows is forced to disable the device due to a lack of system resources.

The error is almost always displayed as follows:

This device is disabled. (code 22)

Detailed information about such Device Manager error codes can be found in the “Device Status” section of the device properties. read more

Configuring the Send “Do Not Track” Requests Option on Microsoft Edge

Online advertisers rely on tracking data to target their advertising and marketing campaigns. This tracking data usually consists of cookies, browsing history, location information, and other information that is often shared with users.

Just as there is a Do Not Call registry for telemarketers, users can ask Web sites to hide their data from marketers, advertisers, and other intermediaries.

Do Not Track is a privacy setting available in most Web browsers, such as Microsoft Edge. This setting is an HTTP header field that is sent to websites by the web browser. The DNT header tells servers that the user reflects one of three value commands: read more

How to Solve Network Discovery not Working in Windows 10 PC

In Windows 10, Network Discovery is a feature that allows you to quickly find devices connected to the network through File Explorer.

When you turn on the Network tab, File Explorer lets you see all the devices and even view their available resources, such as shared folders and printers, and more. The only drawback is that network discovery does not always work as expected and sometimes you may not find a computer, or you may see some, but others are missing.

Regardless of the cause, you can fix almost any network discovery problem by making sure the feature is enabled, running the necessary services and protocols, using Network Troubleshooter, or resetting the network stack in Windows 10. read more