Enable hidden features in Windows 10 & 11. ViVeTool is a free open-source app to enable unreleased features for your Windows OS. Here is how to install the ViVeTool GUI and how to enable or disable some of the features you’ve been missing.
ViVeTool is a free utility that allows users to enable hidden Windows features with a few clicks. This is especially useful for users who want to access certain features that are not enabled by default. With ViVeTool, users can easily enable the Windows Media Player, Windows Remote Desktop, and other Windows features that are normally hidden or disabled. Additionally, ViVeTool can also be used to enable the Windows Firewall and other security features. ViVeTool is a great utility for users who want to customize their Windows experience and access features they wouldn't normally have access to.
In my case, the command is cd C:\Users\Administrator\Downloads\ViVeTool-v0. 3.2. Step 6: Then, run this command: vivetool /enable /id:12345678 to enable the specified feature. run this command: vivetool /disable /id:12345678 to disable the specified feature.
Launch the ViVeTool using a desktop shortcut or from the Start menu. Click the drop-down in the top-left corner and select your Windows build. You can check Windows 11 build and version using the Settings panel. ViVeTool GUI will now start looking for all the available features for the selected build.
How do I enable optional features in Windows 11?
Hi, Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Programs and Features and Windows Settings\Apps\Apps & features are common locations for looking installed apps in Windows 10.