In some cases a program or an unwanted extension can modify your Internet browser settings without your knowledge in order to display advertisements or/and to compromise your safety and security, etc.
The Chrome blank – empty -problem or Chrome crash/not responding problem(s), may occur for several reasons e.g. after a virus attack, after a Chrome update or when your Chrome profile becomes corrupted for any reason (e.g. from a malicious extension. power corruption, etc.).
Windows 8 takes the Internet Explorer SmartScreen filter feature and takes it into a highest level in order to prevent Windows 8 & Windows 8.1 from security risks. In fact Windows 8 (& 8.1) SmartScreen provides an additional protection level in Windows 8 systems against
“The User Profile Service failed the logon. User profile cannot be loaded” error message means that your profile is corrupted due to several reasons, e.g. after a virus attack, after improper Windows shutdown (e.g. power outage) or after a Windows update.
Problem description: You use Outlook 2003, Outlook 2007, Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013 and you receive the following error during Send-Receive procedure: "Receiving reported error (0x80040600): Unknown Error 0x80040600 (0x80040600)".
Preferences cannot be read error on Chrome can caused if your Chrome profile becomes corrupted, commonly after a malware attack or after installing a malicious extension.
Several Malware programs can harm Google Chrome by installing malicious extensions inside your browser. In this case Google Chrome can't open properly or run into performance issues and crashes.
If you have already installed Microsoft Silverlight on your computer, but when you 're trying to access a website that needs it, Internet Explorer prompts you to install –again- the Silverlight in order to display the website contents and apparently you do that, when you try to access –or refresh – the page,
If you receive the error "You need to format the disk in drive %driveletter name% before you can use it. Do you want to format it?" when you are trying to access a USB storage device (USB Hard drive, USB stick, etc.) then probably you have unplugged your USB device in improper way and without(…)