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How To Fix Blue Screen Errors In Windows

How To Fix Blue Screen Errors In Windows

The majority of Windows users think that to troubleshoot blue screen errors and fix computer stop errors, one needs the help of a computer technician. Well, there is no doubt that such errors are typically more difficult to resolve than common application errors, such as DLL and EXE errors, but before you seek out professional help, […]

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How To Download Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

How To Download Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

Microsoft allows your to download Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 media directly from their Software Recovery Center as long as you have your 25-digit Windows product key. If you have a major brand name PC, your product key can usually be found on, in or behind the computer case. If you built your […]

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Use Windows Troubleshooting To Fix Your Computer

Use Windows Troubleshooting To Fix Your Computer

Windows troubleshooting has come a long way since the days of the mysterious BSODs–when your OS would crash and vomit a trail of meaningless code for the end user to try and decipher. Windows actually has a robust troubleshooting utility built right into it that can diagnose and repair many common problems with your hardware or […]

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Use The Registry To Prevent Programs From Loading At Startup

Use The Registry To Prevent Programs From Loading At Startup

Programs that automatically launch when you boot your computer can be a convenience, but more often than not they are a nuisance. There are numerous ways to prevent a program from launching each time you boot your computer. You can use the Microsoft Configuration Utility (msconfig) and uncheck these programs, you can remove their shortcuts […]

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Autoruns Now With VirusTotal Integration

Autoruns Now With VirusTotal Integration

Microsoft began using VirusTotal in its popular utility Process Explorer last year. VirusTotal is now also integrated with Autoruns in version 13.0. Autoruns is a power-user’s favorite tool for displaying items that are configured to run during the start-up of the Windows. With Autoruns, you can monitor and control start-up items much easier than using Windows Task Manager. With the […]

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Fix The User Profile Service Failed The Logon Error

Fix The User Profile Service Failed The Logon Error

A Windows user profile is a collection of settings on your PC that contain system preferences and files from your Desktop, Favorites, My Documents and other locations. Your profile is what makes your login unique from other accounts on the computer. If you try to log on to Windows and received an error message telling you that your user profile might be […]

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Definitive Guide To Surviving The Death Of Windows XP

Definitive Guide To Surviving The Death Of Windows XP

On April 8th 2014, Microsoft will unplug life support for Windows XP. There will be no more security updates or tech support for the beloved Operating System that has been the workhorse OS for business and home users for the past 12 years. But what does this mean for the millions of users still running […]

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How To Fix BOOTMGR Is Missing In Windows

How To Fix BOOTMGR Is Missing In Windows

You can fix BOOTMGR is Missing Press CTRL+Alt+Del to restart error in Windows. You first need to determine why the BIOS cannot find a bootable drive. This can be caused by hard drive errors, a bad hard drive, or a configuration problem within Windows or the BIOS itself. You will see the following message if […]

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BSOD Flashes Too Quickly

BSOD Flashes Too Quickly

If you’re experiencing a system crash where the blue screen of death disappears too quickly, you know how frustrating it is to track down the source of the problem. If the BSOD flashes too quickly to read, you need a program that can analyze your system dumps and display them in a way you can […]

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How To Track Your Computer’s Boot Time

How To Track Your Computer’s Boot Time

Computers slow down over time. There are a lot of reasons why this happens. A PC will boot the fastest after a clean install. But after installing a lot of different applications and falling behind on your general computer maintenance, your computer’s boot time will gradually increase. You can use the Windows Event Viewer to […]

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