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Didn’t Like the New User Account Prompt in Windows 10! Bring Back the Old One

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Every morning, when we turn on our computers and laptops, we are awakened to new features and improvements on our user account courtesy, Windows 10. Every time a new update rolls out and the look and feel of the operating system is different along with some UI changes. A very modern User Interface and a new User Account Control (UAC) dialog box, where a person needs administrative permission or you need to authenticate entering a user name and password. Not many are “let’s talk to my Windows 10 in the morning” kind of people. Most of us would like it

USB Drive Missing in Windows? Here’s How to Find It

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At times, the powerful Windows might just not recognize your USB drive, SD cards or any sort of memory cards when connected. Though this issue is not new with Windows, thankfully there are few methods to detect your missing USB drive on Windows. Make Missing/Undetectable USB Drive Detectable Method #1: Use Disk Management When you connect the USB drive to your computer, it should automatically detect the device, if it doesn’t then check the Disk Management tool. If you are using Windows 8/10, right-click the start icon and choose Disk Management. If you are using Windows 7, hit Windows +

How to repair your corrupted files using SFC & DISM commands?

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You might have heard about certain commands such as SFC and DISM to repair corrupted Windows system files. But, have you ever tried these tools whenever your PC run into some problems? Well, here you’ll know how to use these tools to fix corrupted system files on your PC. When to use SFC and DISM? SFC command will be quite useful under following situations. Blue screen of death Applications are not responding Frequent rebooting of your PC Windows crash If you feel SFC command isn’t properly working for you, you can use DISM command to properly execute SFC command and

Backing Up Mac Doesn’t Have to Be Hard. Read These 3 Simple Methods

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We all have innumerable data stored on our Mac and you never know when you’ll be a victim of data loss. System crash, Malware, a theft or even an accidental deletion may result in permanent loss of data – which includes work presentations, your favorite music collection or precious photos etc. To prevent data loss from untoward incidents, the simple yet wise and important thing to do is to back up your Mac. Listed down are three methods to backup; Method #1: iTunes Using iTunes to organize your music library is an easy way to keep your data backup ready.

How to Partition a Memory Card (SD/USB) In Windows and Mac

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Creating partitions on your memory card (SD/USB) card is easy, whether you are using Windows or Mac. You just have to follow certain steps that would enable you to partition your SD card. Make a Partition! SD cards are small storage units, exclusively used to store a collection of data that you can access from your computer or other devices. While using SD/SDHC cards or USB drives, it becomes very important to organize your important information. The best measure to adopt would be memory card partition before using it to store your information. Partitioning memory card helps to maintain the integrity

How Do I Fix a Corrupted Windows System File using its healthy version?

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If you are experiencing issues in your windows and can’t figure out the root of the problem, if your windows is showing errors constantly, if your operating system is unable to operate desirably and crashes usually, it can be classified as one of the most common occurrences which arise due to ‘system file corruption’. You can check the event viewer in order to get a general idea about the issues your system is facing such as ‘file system corruption’ error or hard drive error, but these are useful if your computer does not crash, if the computer crashes constantly and blue screen

How to Format an SD Card on Windows & MAC

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Let me take the liberty to assume that you are someone who has a lot of data to store. Therefore, you are someone who makes use of the SD Cards. Sooner or later you might have come across questions such as Why do we format SD cards? Is there anything one needs to do before formatting an SD card? How to format SD cards? Well, this is the place where all your questions shall be answered one by one. Need to format Formatting of memory cards is recommended by almost all the tech experts all over the globe.  SD cards are predominantly

5 Ways to Speed Up Your Slow Mac

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Tired of seeing beach ball spinning on your Mac? Has your Mac become annoyingly slow? Just like any computer, Mac too starts running slow with time. Whether it’s an iMac, Mac Mini, MacBook (all series) or Mac Pro you might want to check the performance of an aging Mac. With these 5 tips, you’ll be able to clean the clutter and speed up your slow Mac. #1: Reduce Login Items It’s obvious that if your Mac starts up faster, it doesn’t take much time for anything. You don’t have to wait for apps to load, they open immediately. When your

9 Ultimate Rules to Follow to Avoid SD Card Issues

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SD cards are convenient, portable and extensively used in digital cameras to store photos and videos apart from storing various other data. With vast storage space for a nominal cost, SD cards are widely used by everyone these days. Just like any other device, SD cards also run into issues if not taken proper care. Before we dig how to avoid any SD Card issues, Make sure you have bought the best functioning SD Card. Here’s a post on things to look for before buying an SD Card. Below are 9 tips for you to follow to avoid issues with

How to Roll Back from macOS Sierra to OS X El Capitan?

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Although macOS Sierra upgrde won’t create a snag for most of the Mac users, there are some exceptions wherein a user may run into a series of problems after Sierra upgrade. These problems may persists even after reinstalling Sierra. For those users, the only feasible option would be to roll back from Sierra to a previous version, say OS X 10.11 El Capitan. There won’t be any time limit as in the case of iOS, in which a user have to complete this roll back process. So, if you want to do this process, you’re free to do it whenever