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How To Fix "Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart" Blue Screen Error
If you are reading this, then most probably you have encountered a blue screen (Blue Screen of Death) error. Blue screen errors usually appear after a fatal system error or a system crash and it means that your Windows operating system reached a point where it can no longer operate properly and safely. This blue screen prevents you from further use of your computer in order to avoid damage, it notifies users that certain actions must be taken in order to prevent your computer from being damaged in the future.
Can't Delete Temporary Files. How To Fix It And Free Up Disk Space
Temporary files (also known as temp or foo files) are the files created to contain information temporarily until a new file is being made. In other words, these are the files created to temporarily hold data while a particular file is being used, processed or created. These files also get created for backup purposes by programs you are working with. Usually then you save your document, then the temporary file gets deleted. In other cases like unexpected system or program crashes these files are kept as a backup in order to be able to recover data.
Encountering error message stating application can't be opened because it is from an unidentified developer, how to fix?
Apple products, such as Mac computers and mobile devices (iPhones, iPads, etc.), are generally known to be secure and stable devices. This is one of the main advantages of these products as compared to other operating systems or manufacturers. This high level of protection might also impose some restrictions. An example is attempting to install or launch an application on a Mac computer that was developed by unidentified developer.
How To Fix Windows Update Error 0x80070020 That Prevents Windows From Installing Updates
Windows Update is a service for computers running the Microsoft Windows operating system. The main purpose of Windows Update is to keep Microsoft Windows, Microsoft programs, and most hardware drivers updated. These updates usually come in patches or service packs and include the latest security updates and feature enhancements. The Windows Operating system updates itself automatically and so users do not usually have to be concerned about not receiving the latest updates. Sometimes, however, the update process can be problematic and a number of different errors can occur.
Windows Start Menu Has Disappeared Or Keeps Disappearing In Windows 10. How To Fix It
Start Menu is a UI (User Interface) element that can be found in all Microsoft Windows versions since Windows 95. This feature enables you to launch programs or perform various tasks. Using Start menu, users can launch a list of recently-added apps, access Windows settings, shut down or restart their computers, log off from one account and switch to another, etc.
Task Host Window Prevents Windows From Shutting Down. How To Easily Fix It?
The Task Host process can be seen running in the background when you open Task Manager and scroll through the running processes list. Task Host is a Windows system file that can be found in the Windows system 32 folder, however, it is usually hidden and can only be seen in Task Manager. It is a legitimate process and an essential part of process hosting. Seeing this process running is normal, however, some users have reported that it prevents Windows from shutting down.
How To Easily Fix The "Error loading player: No playable sources found" Error
You may have experienced problems while trying to watch videos or listen to audio media using your web browser. For example, you might receive the "Error loading player: No playable sources found" error and are unable to play video and audio directly from a particular website (or any website).
Think your Mac is infected? How to detect and remove viruses and malware on Mac computers
Many Mac computer users believe that Apple computers are perfectly protected from any type of malicious software or virus code. This situation might have been true for some considerable time, however, the prevalence of malware has increased with the growing popularity of Apple products. On the other hand, mobile devices such as iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch remain relatively safe, since most malicious software and viruses are developed to infect the macOS operating system. Despite this, some of these infections transfer from Macs to iOS devices when they are connected via a USB cable.
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