How To Fix The Black Screen Of Death On Windows 10

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Getting a blue screen of death is bad. But with it, at least your computer will tell you that there’s something wrong. On the other hand, if you end up with a black screen of death, you’re on your own. You’re left guessing what the problem is. Let’s look at the causes and solutions on […]

How To Reboot & Select The Proper Boot Device On Windows

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The Reboot and Select Proper Boot Device error message pops up when a motherboard can’t connect to the hard drive that contains the operating system. But there’s no need to bring in your PC for repairs just yet. In this post, you’ll learn some of the ways you can troubleshoot the issue on your own. […]

How To Share An Excel File For Easy Collaboration

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Collaboration is important in many work spaces. Since most projects require files to be accessed by a lot of users, collaborative setups have become necessary. Microsoft Excel is one is just one of the many programs used by companies worldwide. As such, the need for shared workbooks is crucial. In this post, you’ll learn how […]

What’s The Best Data Recovery Software For You?

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Losing your data can be terrible. But if you installed a data recovery software prior to the loss, the odds are in your favor – you can get your data back! Let’s look at a list of data recovery software. That way, you can decide which one is best for you. Recuva With this program, […]

Laptop Plugged In, but Not Charging?

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When your laptop’s battery level is below 20%, it’s time to get the charger and plug it in. But what if nothing happens? In this post, let’s look at what you can do when your laptop is not charging even though the charger is plugged in. This way, you won’t have to panic and start […]

The DOS Commands Every PC User Must Memorize

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To the average Windows user, DOS commands seem like a relic of its time. However, they’re still around and are just as useful as they were years ago. To fully appreciate how powerful these commands are, we’ve compiled a list of the most helpful DOS commands. Granted, some of them are not totally useful on […]

How To Hide Your WiFi & Stop Strangers Logging In

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You pay full price for your Internet access. So why let leeches piggyback for free? Wireless connectivity has its strengths but it’s far from perfect. A tech-savvy person can tap into your WiFi and leave without you knowing. Even worse, the culprit can pass along information about your WiFi’s vulnerability to others. The good news […]

How To Create a Password Reset Disk The Easy Way

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How often do you forget your Windows login password? If it happens way too often, maybe you should create a password reset disk. In this post, you’ll learn how to create a password reset disk so you’ll never be locked out of your system again. What You’ll Need A password reset disk is stored on […]

How to Block Websites on Google Chrome

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Living in an age with high-speed internet is incredible. With all the information that can be easily yours, you can learn how to do almost anything. And with all the possibilities it can bring, it seems like the world is your oyster! But as awesome as it is, having internet can hold you back. Visiting […]

How to Password Protect a PDF to Keep It Safe

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If you have confidential PDF files, you don’t want just anyone to access them. Otherwise, they can change what’s inside. The next thing you know, you can’t recognize the original version. To protect your PDFs, lock them up with a password. It’s doable. It’s also easy and free! Don’t worry if you haven’t done it […]