Well, I don't know what is happening but when I look at my Region settings, my "Long date" is the same as yours. But my "Short date" is M/d/yyyy....
Hmmm, seems you get around the Internet. ;)
I don't use Cortana so not sure what is happening here. But to clarify, the date is correct, right?...
You can download Windows then don't connect to the internet after the install. Or install Linux.
I already linked to a tutorial that showed you. Here's another tutorial.
What is the exact error?
How much RAM do you have installed?
How much free disk space do you have?
Have you rebooted?
Is Windows fully updated?
You need to be more specific. You say "it" somehow got set as the default, but don't say what "it" is.
Also, there are many image file types....
Glad it seems to be working and thanks for your followup posts.
Not at all. You took logical steps. What I don't like is when problems occur and illogical steps occur - like automatically reinstalling Windows...
Did it used to print fine?
Se this: https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c00113719/
No. I agree with nukecad and it is most likely it is just a phishing scam - a con attempt to get you to verify your account information.
First, enable your security programs again.
I really don't know why. If me, I would probably uninstall the program and reinstall it and see what...
That really does not make sense because you said in your opening post that you swapped out monitors.
Separate names with a comma.