Day: August 6, 2019

  • If you receive a message stating that Your Windows license will expire soon, You need to activate Windows in Settings on Windows 10 – but your Windows 10 is already activated – then what do you do?  Then it’s time to fix it. Follow the following steps one by one to get through it. Before we start fixing it, I would like to explain that Windows 10 isn’t “free” as most of people think. It’s just like any product, it has an expiration date and you can always buy a license or a product key to keep using it. This trouble will show up in the following two situations: Upgrading your Windows operating system to Windows 10 from older Windows versions will give you a free license for 1 year. Installing Windows 10 without a license will give you free access to Windows 10 for a month. Fix 1: Just restart computer Before performing any solutions, it’s always better to make sure it’s not just a one-time issue. So, it’s good to give your computer a couple of restarts and see if the problem shows up again. If you still encounter this error after restarting your computer, then it’s serious and you need to take some actions and that’s what we’re offering in the next steps. Fix 2: Uninstall and delete your product key Most of the time resetting the licensing status should fix this issue. The process for a reset is pretty straightforward. Open the command prompt with admin privileges. Type the command: slmgr –rearm Once this is done, go ahead and restart the computer. Hopefully, this should resolve the problem.   Fix 3: Restore Backup to Restore Point 1: Please navigate to the Start Menu and search for the advanced system settings, and open it. 2: Choose the...