Firefox XPCOM error description: Firefox couldn’t open and the following error is displayed on screen: “Couldn’t load XPCOM”. The XPCOM error, may caused on a Windows based computer whenever a user tries to open Mozilla Firefox
One of the new programs added on Windows 10 is the Microsoft Edge, as the new default web browser. Microsoft Edge is a minimalist designed Web browser and is designed to replace Internet Explorer in the future.
This article contains a list of the available decrypter tools to recover your infected files from known Ransomware viruses for free. A Ransomware virus is a type of malware that lock down user files with strong data encryption and after file encryption (infection) demands a ransom payment from the user in order to unlock the(…)
As you may know, Windows Vista, 7, 8.x or 10, cannot be rearmed more than three (3) times. This means that you can run Sysprep on the same machine (or image) only 3 times. If you try to run sysprep more than 3 times, then the “System Preparation Tool” will give you this error message:(…)
This guide contains instructions on how to completely remove the Mozilla Firefox application and all Firefox’s stored profiles (user data and settings) from a Windows system. Use this guide in order to fix Firefox problems or to totally remove the Firefox Web browser from your computer.
Mozilla Firefox Web browser and Thunderbird E-mail application, are used by many users in recent years for their daily work. This tutorial contains instructions on how you can backup (and restore) easy all the important information (Personal Data & Settings) that Firefox or Thunderbird stores on your computer.
In some cases there is the need to enable the Admin Shares of local hard disks, commonly for administrative purposes. The Admin shares are the default shares (aka Administrative shares) of all disk drives (C$, D$, etc.) on a Windows computer and by default are hidden and inaccessible from the network.
The “Your connection is not private” or “NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID” or “ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID” errors in Chrome, appeared due Secure Socket Layer (SSL) errors, that is used from Websites for security and privacy reasons.