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5 Computer Error Messages You’re Sick of Seeing(and how to fix it)


Error messages giving you a head spin? It is unusual if you haven’t encountered error messages in your entire lifetime of working with your PC. The error messages mostly vary from each other and have individual reasons of their own. Some of the error messages are common and can be easily fixed if taken certain measures while there are some error messages which are severe and require the attention of an expert in Windows OS. Here we will discuss the five most frequently occurred error messages that the users are sick of seeing. 1.Blue Screen of Death (BSOD): The infamous

7 Signs It’s Time to Get a New Computer for You


It’s hard to let go off your favorite things. Be it your old pair of jeans, a stuffed toy you still cuddle with or your favorite comic book. As they say “all good things come to an end”, it is also the same with your computer. It’s absolutely OK to hold on to your past for sentimental values but not with your computer. As time goes by, you need to change your computer as well. There are several signs which indicate that it’s time to change your computer. Your computer suddenly starts making a weird sound, you’ll see colorful dots

How Do I Backup My PC: A No-Brainer Guide

How Do I Backup My PC: A No-Brainer Guide

Everyone at least once in their lives would have lost their data. Even tech-savvy guys who fiddle with hard drives, format file systems or converting partition table with ease fail to successfully restore partitions and tend to lose data. There are different ways to backup a PC and can be confusing which one to choose. This article will help you with the various options available to backup your PC in a simple and easy manner. Why to Backup? Data loss is inevitable. Your hard drive could fail, your computer may become victim to malware, or a software bug might delete

The Best Way Convert Disk GPT to MBR (Or MBR to GPT) Without Data Loss

When you are setting up a new hard drive in Windows, you’ll be asked to choose between GPT (GUID Partition Table) and MBR (Master Boot Record). It’s understandable if you are puzzled by that question, as GPT and MBR are not common terms that we hear every day. In this article, you’ll know what they are, how to identify which partition table your hard drive is using and how to convert disk GPT to MBR and vice versa. What do Master Boot Record (MBR) and GUID Partition Table (GPT) Do? Before you start using the hard disk, you have to partition

Windows Anniversary Update: Commonly Asked Questions

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Windows 10 Anniversary Update – so far, the biggest update to Windows 10 is ready to unveil within hours. This isn’t any surprise that the arrival of this event is associated with Windows 10’s first birthday celebrations.  Recently only Microsoft has officially closed down free upgrade to Windows 10. Let me assume you don’t have a confusion between these “upgrade” and “update” wordings, as many of you might be probably upgraded to Windows 10 from any previous version and, still using Windows 10 “Automatic Upgrade”. But certainly, there’ll be users who are still having doubts related to this Anniversary Update.

Party Over! No More Free Upgrade to Windows 10 After July 29 

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Folks, the party is over! No more Windows 10 free upgrades after July 29.   It was on July 29 last year – Windows 10 became publically available. Now, exactly after a year, Microsoft is pulling back its free upgrade offer on Windows 10. Today is the last day to use free upgrade option to Windows 10 from your Windows 7 or 8.1 machines. Didn’t upgraded to Windows 10 yet? No worry, you have still few hours left to get Windows 10 free upgrade. Or if you’re sick of Microsoft upgrading messages and happy with the current version you’ve, then let

How to Make Use of Wasted Space using Windows 10 Disk Management

Due to improper partitioning or some other reasons, valuable hard disk space can become unallocated on your Windows 10 PC. You can’t use such a disk space unless or until  it is allocated into a simple volume. This unallocated space will lie on partitions hidden by default. Let’s try to find out such partitions and allocate space occupied by them. How to Find Hidden Partitions on Windows 10? You can see the overall allocation of your hard disk partitions from Windows Disk Management utility. To access this utility on Windows 10, right click on Windows Start button and choose “Disk Management”.

How to Perform CHKDSK on Windows 10?

Last week, I wrote an article on how CHKDSK (Check Disk) reduces your hard disk space. Hope, you got it right that CHKDSK shows reduced space in hard disk for good. It indicates that your hard drive is failing. Today, I am going to drill down a bit more and will tell  – how to perform this CHKDSK on Windows 10. You can run CHKDSK command in two ways: Through Command Prompt Through Error Checking option in Drive Tools Through Command Prompt You’ll need administrator privilege to perform CHKDSK on Windows 10 through Command Prompt. For that, type CMD on

How to Create and Monitor a Child Account in Windows 10

Parents always live with a hidden but consistent fear of their child’s safety. And in this digital universe, online threats and health hazards because of over screen time adds the reason for them to worry even more. Somehow, every parent is cautious about what their kids’ are doing with their computers. Today, we’ll show you how to use Windows 10 parental control features to monitor your kids’ device activity. Microsoft first introduces the concept of child account in Windows 8, which gives privilege to parents to set up appropriate age restriction and time limits, and make sure a kid is

Should You and How to Bypass “Publisher Could Not Be Verified” Warning in Windows 10

If you are using a Windows PC, probably you’d have seen this message, especially while trying to install applications from some not-so-popular vendors on your computer. There isn’t anything to worry about this message- it’s just a warning that you can simply ignore. Here, I can summarize the cause of this problem in one sentence, “Windows fails to recognize publisher of that program.” How this explanation seems to you? If you’ve doubts, try to install programs from any recognized software vendors. For example, let’s try to install Remo Recover 4.0 on the same PC. Perhaps, you’d see a pop-up like this. Here