“Windows license will expire soon” is one of the common errors most windows 10 users normally encounter when using their computer. In this tutorial, TheGhanaTech will show you the easiest way to fix the error “Windows license will expire soon” on your windows computer.
Most windows users get nervous when they see the error message “Windows license will expire soon”. Most of the time this error normally appears when a user buys a device with pre-installed windows 10 or tries to upgrade the windows to windows 10 pro which may cause issues with the activation.
Sometimes you may be getting this kind of issue when you are running a temporary windows version. Missing the activation key in windows might also cause a problem because, without the activation key, your windows will be a trial version for 90 or 180days.
There are so many ways to fix this error but in this tutorial, TheGhanaTech will be showing the two recommended methods that can easily solve the problem “Windows license will expire soon” in your windows 10 computer/device.
How to fix Windows license will expire soon in Windows 10
Kindly follow the steps carefully to fix the error that says “windows will expire soon”. There are only two methods tested by TheGhanaTech.com that can be used to solve this problem on your computer without going through any stress.
- Right-click on your taskbar on your computer
- Click on Task Manager
- In the task manager, click on the Processes tab and scroll down to find Windows Explorer
- Right-click on windows explorer and click on End task. Once you ended the task, you will see that your desktop will appear blank and that is not a problem.
- Now in the task manager, click on File and click on Run new task
- A dialogue box will display, and type in explorer.exe and click Ok (You will now see that your windows UI will now display)
- Now click on Start menu and search for CMD or command prompt
- Right-click on the command prompt and click on Run as administrator
- Click on Yes when a windows user account control display
- Now in the command prompt, type slmgr -rearm and press enter
- A message will appear which says “Command completed successfuly. Please restart the system for the changes to take effect” and click OK
- Now restart your computer and your problem will be solved
- Go to Start menu on your computer and search for Run
- A dialogue box will display and type gpedit.msc and press Ok
- Now the “local group policy editor” will be opened
- Click on Computer configuration
- Click on Administrative template
- Click on Windows components
- Scroll down and double-click on Windows update
- In the display, look for “No auto-restart with logged on users for scheduled automatic update” and double-click on it
- A new window will pop up, select enabled and click on Apply, and click on Ok
- Now your problem has been successfully resolved.
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