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While the title may be an unfortunate experiment in click-bait, the content is solid. We all need to do what we can to secure Windows 10 and 11 because Microsoft isn’t doing it for us. Let’s go through all the steps one at a time.
1. Secure Windows Account:
After you follow the instructions to check your password, enable password when waking from sleep, then press Windows+R and type netplwiz. From here you can disable automatic login and force CTRL+ALT+Delete when logging in.
2. Online Protection:
Open Internet Explorer, open your preferences, and go to “internet options.” From here, you can crank up the security.
3. Disable Remote Desktop:
Hit start, type remote desktop, and make sure it is disabled.
4. Use a VPN with its own DNS server:
I use PIA because it’s the fastest for the least amount of money… and it also has its own DNS server. A DNS server is used to look up each website. So, if you type, “teksyndicate.com,” your DNS server will look at it and direct your browser to the correct IP address. When you use PIA’s DNS server, many malicious sites are filtered out. Here’s our deal with PIA: teksyndicate.com/pia
5. Use Drive Encryption:
If you have your trusted platform module enabled (in the BIOS/UEFI) then all you need to do is right-click on your drive and enable BitLocker.
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00:00 – Intro
00:19 – Activate Windows AD
02:23 – Secure Accounts
05:28 – Online Protection
06:07 – Remote Desktop
06:53 – VPN
08:50 – Encryption
10:18 – Browser Extensions
11:13 – Antivirus
12:00 – Outro