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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

How to Backup your Mac before Sierra Upgrade

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Even if you don’t want to back up your Mac before Sierra upgrade, you should do it. Some folks won’t take the backup process seriously as they have reason – they are using robust solid state drives (SSDs) that make them believe that their data can sustain forever. I’m agreeing with this argument – only up to some extent. As compared to hard disk drives, SSDs have no moving parts so that lesser power draw will be the result, whereas an HDD produce comparatively more heat than an SSD. And, the mean failure rate of SSDs will be less as

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 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

9 Common Mistakes Every Not-So-Smart PC User Makes

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Have you ever felt frustrated with yourself because you could not resolve a particular issue in your system? Have you always been dependent on your friend or any family member if something went wrong with your PC? It’s time you stop! Its high time you stop being dependent on anyone for issues related to your PC. The very first step to achieve this goal is to introspect and analyze the mistakes you make. Here is a list of the most common mistakes a non tech savvy person makes: 1.Not backing up the right data/important files: Not taking care or not

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

5 Dumb Mistakes to Avoid When installing Mac Sierra

Mistakes to Avoid When installing Mac Sierra

Finally, Mac Sierra is at your doorsteps. You only have to click upgrade button, if your device is compatible. You have a lot of new features to see and experience on this brand new Mac OS. If you’ve seen its public beta, I don’t think there’s a reason to explain it. Anyway, there’s no need to search for a public beta – the official version is live now! But, there should be more clarity on certain things, especially in a situation where more Mac users may try to upgrade to Sierra without knowing much about it. Proper awareness about the

A no nonsense guide on how to make partition in Windows

What do you understand by the term “Disk Partitioning”? Your Disk drive is a mass of free and unallocated space. This disk can be segregated into several independent partitions. This is nothing but Disk Partitioning. Any physical storage device cannot be used until and unless a partition or partitions are created on it. Why is it necessary to make partitions and how it is advantageous ? By default, the systems already have a single partition on their hard drive. It is basically the C drive which you can see inside the ‘Computer’ window. In order to set up a file system,

How to Open Repaired PST file with Remo PST Repair & Restore Deleted Emails

In case you haven’t used it before, Remo PST Repair is a tool to repair corrupted, inaccessible & large MS Outlook PST file. While it saves your Outlook data files, it also restores pretty much every deleted emails that you gave up. One of the frequent questions users asked about this tool is – how to open the repaired PST file in Outlook and how to restore emails back. I thought it might be useful to put together step-wise procedure for accessing PST file and restoring the deleted or lost mails. Here we go…  Step 1: Launch your Microsoft Outlook; it

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