How-To guides for Windows users
Message+ keeps stopping on your Android device? Follow our troubleshooting guide to fix it
Message+ is a popular texting app by Verizon. When compared to the messaging app that comes pre-installed on your phone, Verizon’s Message+ app provides you with many more features. It’s an alternative messaging app that allows messages to be synced between multiple devices. However, many users have been having issues with this app recently. Message+ started crashing over and over again, rendering the app almost unusable. This article delves deeper into this problem and offers solutions to fix it.
Avast causing high CPU usage is a major problem for many. Our article will tell you how to fix it
Avast Antivirus is a well-known Anti-virus program dating back to the 1980s. Avast Antivirus offers its full suite of features with acquiring the full version. But, many users see the benefits of using Avast Antivirus Free, hence why the program is so popular. Despite its popularity, Avast users sometimes experience various issues. In this article, we will tackle Avast using an unreasonable amount of CPU processing power.
Find out how to fix the Discord "Update Failed" error and the Discord update loop
Discord is a popular group chat application dedicated initially to giving gamers a place to build communities. However, it branched out over time to include various non-gamer communities. Discord’s developers are under pressure to frequently update the application to fix various bugs and introduce new features. However, despite these efforts, the app can still be held back by bugs and glitches, which don’t let it update.
Getting error 0x80073701 when updating Windows 10? Here are 5 ways you can fix that
Error 0x80073701 is a common error code that users get when they try updating Windows 10. Error 0x80073701 is ERROR_SXS_ASSEMBLY_MISSING, which means that some system files are missing, causing the update to fail. While error 0x80073701 doesn’t pose a huge security risk, it may prevent you from installing important cumulative updates that include security updates. Therefore, we recommend fixing this error using the solutions provided at the end of this article.
Find out how to fix error code 0x8009001d on Windows 10
When installing Updates on Windows 10, you may get an error code 0x8009001d. Like so many other Windows Update errors, error 0x8009001d occurs due to corrupted system files. Many users started getting this error on Windows 10 with the release of the 2019-11 Cumulative Update for Windows 10 Version 1903 for x64-based Systems (KB4524570). Nevertheless, this error can occur when installing the more recent updates as well. This article is dedicated to helping you fix error code 0x8009001d.
Getting error 0x8007025d0 when installing update KB5001330? Find out how you can fix that
Windows Update Error Code 0x8007025d0 occurs while updating your PC due to missing or corrupt system files, damaged Windows Image, or corrupt update components. In some cases, a third-party anti-virus program may also cause this error to occur. Recently, this error started appearing again after the April 13, 2021 update KB5001330 release. This article is dedicated to fixing error 0x8007025d0.
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