How-To guides for Windows users

Can't Turn Off Sticky Keys

How To Turn Off/Disable Sticky Keys In Windows 10

Most Windows operating systems (Windows 95 Windows or later) have the Sticky Keys feature built-in. Sticky Keys is one of several accessibility options available in Windows operating systems and can be helpful for users with certain disabilities, making complex commands easier. Despite these advantages, it can also be annoying if you do not need it.

How To View Hidden Files

How To Enable "Show hidden files, folders, and drives" Option In Windows 10 & 7

Hidden files or hidden folders are usually not visible to Windows users. The Windows operating system hides many system files and folders to avoid deletion, accidental change, moving, etc. Another simple reason for hiding files and folders is to make the Windows system clutter-free. In this way, Microsoft attempts to avoid distracting users with "unnecessary" files by hiding them.

Can't Open Settings

Can't Open Windows 10 Settings App. How To Fix It?

The Windows Settings component can be found in most Windows versions and is used to configure and customize the Windows operating system. In Windows 10, the Settings list includes more settings than previous Windows versions (settings that were previously present only in Control Panel). Taking Windows Update as an example, this feature was available in Control Panel and can now be found in the Settings menu.

How To Enable DLNA Streaming Server

How To Enable DLNA Streaming Server In Several Easy Steps On Windows 10 PC

Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) is used for various multimedia DLNA certified devices to communicate with each other when connected to a local/home network. There are many DLNA certified devices, including PCs, storage servers, smartphones, tablets TV sets, game consoles, digital cameras, etc. All can display and upload photos, play movies, download and play music, send photos, etc. For example, if you have two DLNA certified devices such as a Blu-ray player and a PC, you will be able access multimedia files including music, photos, and videos on your computer and stream them through your Blu-ray player.

Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart

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

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.


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