How-To guides for Windows users
How To Easily Fix Esrv.exe Application Error 0xc0000142 In Windows 10
The Esrv.exe process is a part of Intel software included with the Intel Driver Update utility. The process should not normally cause problems, however, many users have reported that they have encountered an esrv.exe Application Error, which states that the application was unable to start correctly and advises that users "Click OK to close the application". In many cases, closing the application does not help and the error continues to pop-up up regardless.
How To Fix Windows Update Error Codes 0x80070002 And 0x80070003
Windows Update is a free service for Windows users, which is provided by Microsoft on the second Tuesday of each month (or on other days if there are urgent bugs or errors to fix). It is important to keep Windows updated, mostly because of security updates that help users to stay protected online. Note that these updates can also include additional feature enhancements and driver updates.
RAVBg64.exe (or ravbg64.exe) Process Is Causing High CPU Usage. How To Fix It?
It is normal for various different programs and processes to run in the system background and normally you would not even notice it, unless one of the programs or processes start to cause high CPU usage when it is not supposed to. If you are reading this, then most probably you have opened the Task Manager and noticed that a process called RAVBg64.exe (or ravbg64.exe) is causing way too high CPU usage and is slowing down your computer.
Application Or Program Is Not Responding/Stopped Working. How To Fix It?
You may have encountered a problem whereby you receive a Windows notification stating that a program is not responding. For example, "The application is not responding", or a similar message such as "The program has stopped working". This message can appear with any program, and often with three options (depending on the Windows version): close the program; wait for it to respond, and; check for a solution and restart the program.
How To Fix The "Failed to connect to a Windows service" Problem In Windows 10
Windows services programs operate in the background and are launched through Service Control Manager, which Windows users can utilize to start/stop and manage all services. For example, you can instruct a service to run when the Windows operating system is started, or when you trigger the service manually. Not all services found in the Service Control Manager services list are developed by Microsoft. Some applications or drivers can also install their own services to work correctly with Windows.
How To Fix "We couldn't complete the updates. Undoing changes. Don't turn off your computer" Error In Windows 10
If you are reading this, then most probably you have encountered a problem where you get an "We couldn't complete the updates. Undoing changes. Don't turn off your computer" error message displayed on a blue screen. Usually Windows operating system undoes the changes and users then are able to start Windows without any problems (and without updates). However, there are many cases were changes cannot be undone and users are unable to get past the "We couldn't complete the updates. Undoing changes. Don't turn off your computer" blue screen error.
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