The week prior to FlightsimCon 2018, I was unable to boot my computer into Microsoft Windows 10. I narrowed the issue down to an update with corrupted files. After trying to fix it for an entire week by following many guides found on the internet, I decided to do a clean install.
After performing a clean install of Windows 10, I wanted to make sure everything was working before I installed Steam and the rest of my programs. The first program I make sure to install is Google Chrome. Unfortunately, Google Chrome refused to connect to any webpages, displaying "establishing secure network" in the lower part of the browser.
I tried to follow many different guides on the internet, but I was unable to fix the problem. I even tried flashing the BIOS and updating all of my drivers. Again, I tried a complete reinstall of Windows 10, and again, Google Chrome failed to connect!
After returning home after FlightSimCon 2018, I decided to try a Windows Reset. This is an option located in the Windows Control Panel.
Fortunately, this option fixed my problem, and now everything is running as it should. If you ever encounter a similar issue, I recommend you try this!
If you install Windows 10 home or pro with an OEM CD, Windows 10 Update may not work correctly by displaying an error.
You can fix that by going online and searching for the Windows Online Update and running it from the website. It will update Windows 10 to the latest version, and Windows 10 Update should work begin work properly.