How to Fix a Bad System Config Info BSOD Error in Windows 10

by File in: Windows 10

A Windows Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) error can seem catastrophic, especially if you’re working on something important. Unfortunately, BSODs are typically hard to decipher, with error names like “unexpected […]

How to Access the Windowsapps Folder in Windows 10

by File in: Windows 10

The Windows operating system has a file directory structure that hasn’t changed much across major releases. You’ll find the core system files in the Windows folder, user profile data in […]

How to Fix a Windows 10 Automatic Repair Loop

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A bad system update, a new graphics card, corrupted system files, even a fresh USB mouse—any of these can cause a dreaded Windows 10 automatic repair loop to occur when […]

How to Change Screen Resolution in Windows 10

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If you’re using a Windows 10 PC or laptop, then certain settings will be set for you automatically. For instance, when you connect a new monitor to your PC, Windows […]

What Is Google Chrome Helper and Can It Be Disabled?

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Google Chrome has been the browser of choice for most Windows PC users for at least a decade, but it isn’t without its problems. In particular, memory usage in Chrome […]

How to Force Quit Apps on Windows

by File in: Windows 10

When an app on your Windows PC stops responding, there’s only one thing to do: you’ll need to force it to quit. Windows has a few methods available to let […]

Windows 10 Camera Not Working? 6 Ways to Fix

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Unless you’re the kind of Zoom caller who prefers to be mysterious, you’re going to need a working webcam to make high-quality video calls with your friends, family, and work […]

How to Delete a User Profile in Windows 10

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If you’re sharing a Windows PC with family or friends, then it makes sense to have different user accounts. Unless you want to share your personal settings (like your desktop […]

What Is Agent.exe and Is it Safe?

by File in: Windows 10

If you’re using Windows, then hundreds of different system processes are running in the background, allowing you to read this article. A browser like Chrome (chrome.exe) provides you with the […]

How to Fix an Unexpected Kernel Mode Trap BSOD

by File in: Windows 10

Windows 10 may share many things with its predecessors, but instability isn’t one of them. The most recent release of Windows is far more stable than earlier versions, with far […]