This could potentially be a number of issues. But Windows can show this error if you have any VPNs running that have the “Kill Switch” enabled. You can either add the local range as an exception, or not enable the Kill Switch.
First thing you will need You will need the .pem certification.
Next launch PowerShell as Administrator
We’ll be using the certutil.exe utility to import the certificate.
.\certutil.exe -addstore -f "Root" 'C:\Users\path\to\cert.pem'
Example output for importing a self signed UniFi certificate.
PS C:\Windows\system32> certutil.exe -addstore -f "Root" 'C:\Users\path\to\cert.pem' Root "Trusted Root Certification Authorities" Signature matches Public Key Certificate "unifi.local" added to store. CertUtil: -addstore command completed successfully. PS C:\Windows\system32>
Installing Linux GUI applications seems fairly easy on WSL 2. Main requirement is to have the graphics driver installed and the WSL being on version 2.
You can list WSL versions by running
wsl --list --verbose
For some reason you can sometimes have this white bar appear on Windows File Explorer. Fortunately it is an easy fix. Launch Internet Explorer, Yes IE, some of the configuration settings affect both Internet Explorer and Windows File Explorer.
Right click on the Title bar and check the box on Lock the toolbars.
Close any open File Explorer windows and relaunch it. It should now be gone.
The idea behind this post is to explore some of the differences between both File Explorer and Finder and bring out some of the Pros and Cons of each. They both accomplish the task they need to, so which one is “better” is largely going to be up to your personal preference.
Copying, Moving Files
Deleting multiple files results in a list of files waiting to be deleted till the first task gets completed. Can cause issues if the first folder you are trying to delete has some file that is not available or something and holds up the rest of the deletes till you confirm, skip etc.
I personally really like being able to see the speed the file(s) are transferring at.
Sorting Files and Navigation
Both file browsers sort files and folders differently by default. Note, it looks like recent versions of Windows have changed this to be similar to like it is in Finder.
Finder – List folders and files together
Explorer – Generally folders are at the top, files underneath
I have mixed feelings on this. At times I do like that all my folders are at the top so when I am navigating somewhere I don’t have to go scrolling down to locate them. However it is nice to have them together alphabetically so if you comparing if you have a zipped and unzip file, they are right next to each other.
I do like in Finder how you can view the hierarchy side by side in columns. Makes navigating the filesystem easy.
Other random notes
CMD + Shift + G is super handy and nice that it has tab completion.
Zipping and unzipping files is awesome and simple in Finder. Don’t have to go through any “complicated process” of unzip file, pick location, unzip and open that location and now you have two windows open etc.
Doesn’t give you a warning when you are about to open up a ton of files that will slow your computer down.
I seem to have random issues with Finder when working with external drives. Seems like using the command line to run a rm command can be faster then deleting in Finder. Not sure if it is a Finder issue or my extra drives.
Generally very powerful. Lots of options.
I like how the properties option is at the bottom of the menu when you right click on a file.
Gives you a warning or just doesn’t open the files when you select a ton of files and hit enter
Can be slow when there are tons of files in a folder which can be extremely frustrating.
It is interesting the differences between MacOS and Windows. Apple it seems limits what they work on and do a good job what they do work on. However there are those cases where it appears that they didn’t try programming any safe guards in (i.e. No warning about opening up a ton of files at once).
At the end of the day both Windows Explorer and macOS Finder work well and get the job done.
Looks like the problem is caused by the Windows Hypervisor Platform. Work around is to disable it.
In the Start menu search for “turn Windows features on or off”
Once open, disable “Virtual Machine Platform” and “Windows Hypervisor Platform”
You will need to reboot after it finishes.
Which start up program is this? Did I install it???
Enabling the Command line view will show us the location of the executable. Right click on the Top Row and Check “Command line”
From the Command line column we see that the program is Tomboy
You can use the -a option to resolve an address to a hostname.
-a Resolve addresses to hostnames.
Example from Windows command prompt
C:\Users\Bob>ping google.com -a Pinging google.com [184.108.40.206] with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 220.127.116.11: bytes=32 time=8ms TTL=44
Open Tools -> Accounts -> Select account and hit Properties -> Servers & Advanced
Change the server settings and ports and Apply.
In the Outlook “Tell me what you want to do” search area, type COM Add-ins and Launch the COM Add-ins
Find the Add-in and remove it