How-To guides for Windows users

Firefox Uses Too Much Memory - How to fix?

Mozilla Firefox Is Using Way To Much Memory. How To Fix It?

Mozilla Firefox is one of the most popular open-source web browsers which was known as Phoenix at first and it was a browser that contained features like download manager or tabbed browsing when these features were not present in other browsers. The newest version of Mozilla Firefox is called Firefox Quantum and it is a version number 60. Mozilla Firefox is a great web browser that offers a great number of various features and customization options and it is designed to be a fast and secure web browser. However, while the Mozilla Firefox browser's performance is excellent, it could slow down your computer and use too much of your computer's memory.

Limited Access Or Connectivity

How To Fix Limited Access, Limited Connectivity Or No Internet Access Problem

Sometimes when users are setting a network or using your Windows computer connected to a network they get an error message saying that a computer is connected to a particular network with limited access, or limited connectivity. Usually when you get this error you are unable to access the internet, however, limited means that you still can access locally shared files and folders. This error can occur in various forms, like limited access, no internet access, limited or no connectivity.

Svchost Is Causing High Network Usage

How To Fix High Network Usage Caused By Svchost.exe process 

The Task Manager tool is used to monitor the operating system and obtain information about programs and processes running in the background, the CPU, Memory, Network, and other system usage. The Network tab shows network utilization on the current primary network. It indicates bandwidth use on the network. High network utilization (usage) indicates that the network is busy and vice versa. You may have noticed that network usage is high on your system, and is caused by the svchost.exe process.


How To Fix BAD_POOL_CALLER Blue Screen Of Death Error

As the name implies, a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) error displays a blue screen stating that the computer encountered a problem and needs to restart. A simple restart is sometimes enough to continue, but even if you can bypass a BSOD error by in this way, you should not ignore it. A Blue Screen of Death usually occurs when there is a critical error and the system can no longer function properly. This is why the BSOD is also known as a STOP error. Some blue screens can be bypassed by restarting the computer, whilst others result in an endless loop held at the error.

System And Compressed Memory Causing High CPU Usage

How To Fix High CPU Usage Caused By System And Compressed Memory Process

You may have noticed that CPU usage is high due to the 'System and compressed memory' process that can be found in Task Manager. This process is responsible for RAM (Random Access Memory) management and compression of files and folders. Normally, it should not use extensive CPU resources, however, usage can sometimes rise dramatically - even to 100%. High CPU usage makes your computer slow and prevents you from performing other tasks.

Apps Can't Be Opened Using The Built-in Administrator Account

Apps Can't Be Opened Using The Built-in Administrator Account. How To Fix It?

A Built-in Administrator account is available in Windows 10 and other, earlier versions of Windows. This account is used when installing a fresh copy of Windows and is the first account created when the Windows operating system is installed. The Built-in Administrator account should only be used when there is a critical problem (the default user account is corrupted, etc). The administrator account is usually disabled by default.


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