If you want to learn how to crate a shortcut to a program or to a folder/file on your desktop in Windows 11, continue reading below. Creating desktop shortcuts for frequently used applications and files allows you to launch them easily without having to search each time where they are on the disk or in […]
This article contains step-by-step instructions to backup files if Windows cannot start normally. The instructions are written to rescue your files on Windows 10/11 based computers, but can also applies also in Windows 8 & 7 PC's.
In this tutorial you will find instructions on how to manually back up your files, or to automatically back up them using the Backup and Restore (Windows 7) utility. (If Windows can't start, see the instructions on this article: How to rescue your files without booting to Windows) The frequent backup of your data guarantees […]
If you want to remove and reinstall Edge browser in Windows 10/11, keep reading below to learn how to do it. Microsoft Edge is the default browser in Windows 10/11, but like any app it can experience problems and should be uninstalled and reinstalled to resolve them. If you are in such a situation and […]
If you want to learn how to change the theme color of Word, Excel applications from light to dark, or to change the background color inside the document/workbook page, continue reading below.
If you want to know how to create and use a Recovery USB drive to restore a Surface tablet to its factory settings, then continue reading below. I recently fixed a Surface Pro 6 tablet that couldn't boot into Windows, by reinstalling Windows to it via a USB recovery drive.
If you try to install an application and you receive the error "URLDownloadToCacheFile failed with HRESULT '-2146697208' or '-2146697210'", continue reading below.
Sometimes, for troubleshooting or other reasons you may need to find out how long your computer is up and running. For example, if you are experiencing restarting or shutdown problems on your computer for no apparent reason, and you have made a fix,
On Windows 7 computers, applications and services written using WinHTTP for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connections do not support TLS 1.1 or TLS 1.2 protocols, causing any connection to servers that support these protocols to fail.
If you want to permanently or temporarily disable Bitdefender antivirus, then continue reading below.
This tutorial contains instructions to fix the Chrome error: "This webpage is not available. ERR_TUNNEL_CONNECTION_FAILED. This webpage is not available".