How-To guides for Windows users

How to Restore Missing Desktop Icons on Windows 10

Desktop Icons Disappeared? Read the Article on How to Restore Them

Desktop icons are an inseparable part of the Windows experience. However, in Windows 10, under certain circumstances, they can disappear. In most cases, this occurs because of the user's actions. If you want to restore the missing desktop icons, refer to the guides we have included at the end of this article.

 
How to Fix Error 0x80070141: Device is Unreachable

6 Ways to Fix Error 0x80070141 (Device is Unreachable)

If you get the "Error 0x80070141: The device is unreachable" message while attempting to transfer or copy files from an iOS or Android device to your Windows computer, then there are a few fixes you can try to get rid of it.

 
Fix "Audio Services Not Responding" Error

How to Fix the "Audio services not responding" Error in Windows 10

If you run the Windows audio troubleshooter, hoping it will quickly fix your audio-related issues, but get an "Audio services not responding" error message, then that means that your audio device is not responding.

 
How to Fix Taskbar Not Hiding in Full-Screen Mode

How to Fix Windows Taskbar Showing in Full-Screen on Windows 10

The taskbar overlaying on top of full-screen applications, such as games and YouTube videos in full-screen mode, causes inconvenience. In this article, we will address the issue of the taskbar remaining visible.

 
How to Type Characters With Accents in Windows 10

How to Type With Accented Characters in Windows 10

Many non-native English speakers prefer using the English versions of Windows 10, and sometimes they want to use characters with accents not found in the English alphabet. This article will show you several ways to type accented letters, including using the Windows Character Map, using character alt codes, using keyboard shortcuts, and using a different keyboard layout.

 
Fix File System Error (-2147219196) When Opening Windows Photos App

3 Ways to Fix File System Error -2147219196 When Opening Microsoft Photos App

Microsoft Photos is the default app for opening photos and other images on Windows 10. However, many people have experienced problems with this app. One error, in particular, File System Error (-2147219196), prevents the app from opening entirely. This article will show you how to fix this error, so please continue reading if you're interested.

 

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