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Day: April 1, 2021

QUICK FIX: Low Memory warning in Windows 10

[ad_1] What to do if you have a low memory problem in Windows 10? 1. Close unnecessary processes from Task Manager Right-click on a free spot on the taskbar and select Task Manager from the list. Once the new window opens, you will see the list of processes and programs that are running in that…
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Elon Musk: Tesla hiring 10,000-plus employees for Austin, Texas Gigafactory

[ad_1] Tesla’s next Gigafactory needs workers and a college degree isn’t required for many positions. The Cybertruck is one of the vehicles that will be manufactured at the Texas Gigafactory. Image: Tesla Elon Musk is once again using his Twitter account to hawk for new employees. On Wednesday evening, he tweeted, “Over 10,000 people are…
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Football Manager 2016 Problems on Windows 10 [FIX]

[ad_1] 5. Make sure that your graphics drivers are up to date Sometimes Football Manager 2016 crashes are caused by outdated graphics card driver, so be sure to update it. You can find all the necessary updates on your graphics card manufacturer’s website. 6. Turn off your antivirus In some cases, your antivirus software can…
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FIX: Unhandled exception error in Windows 10

[ad_1] Below are a few methods that you can use to get things working again. It is important to note that these instructions are designed for Windows 10 users. How do I fix the Windows 10 unhandled exception errors? 1. Run a virus scan Press the Windows Key + I to open the Settings app. Go to the Update…
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5 best open source antivirus software [Windows 10 & Mac]

[ad_1] by Radu Tyrsina CEO & Founder Last update:April 2, 2021 The open-source antivirus is a program for removing malware whose source code is available for free. BullGuard competes with the best free open source antivirus, and it neutralizes advanced threats. A popular open source virus protection for Windows 10 is also Armadito, popular among…
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WhatsApp: How to Disable Stickers – Technipages

[ad_1] Many people really hate WhatsApp stickers considering them way too annoying or downright intrusive. This is because some users tend to spam their contacts with unwanted stickers. As a result, many users started looking for ways to disable these stickers which are much bigger than emojis. But this is not an easy task and…
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5 essential remote collaboration tools for distributed teams

[ad_1] With more teams partially or fully remote, collaboration tools are an essential part of daily work for distributed teams. Try some of these to bring your teams closer together. More than 20% of the workforce could work remotely three to five days a week as effectively as they could if working from an office,…
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FIX: Windows Defender won’t scan on Windows 10 [Full Guide]

[ad_1] In addition to scanning your PC for harmful software, these apps will also actively remove dangerous files. Don’t hesitate to strengthen your defenses and install a third-party antivirus as soon as possible. ESET Internet Security ESET Internet Security is the safest, most popular cybersecurity tool on the market. 3. Change the power options Press…
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The Spring Sale is the best time to buy from the Minecraft Marketplace

[ad_1] The Minecraft news for the day isn’t about a new update beta, but instead is about the new Minecraft Marketplace Spring Sale. From now until April 7, 2021, players can take advantage of mass discounts of up to 33% off on skins, textures, maps, adventures, and much more from the Minecraft Marketplace. Every day,…
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Should employers mandate COVID-19 vaccinations?

[ad_1] Before companies return to work, they must develop a strategy involving rules related to vaccination. Image: iStockphoto/scaliger COVID-19 vaccinations are becoming the catalyst companies need to return to work. According to the CDC, as of April 2021, more than 150 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered. While many employees are accepting…
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Fix Zoom Not Showing Upcoming Meetings – Technipages

[ad_1] Keeping track of your upcoming meetings allows you to better organize your time and prioritize your tasks. If you know you’ve got an important meeting coming up in just a couple of days’ time, you’ll do your best to prepare for it. But if Zoom fails to list upcoming meetings, you may even forget…
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Fix WhatsApp Error: You Cannot Place Another Call – Technipages

[ad_1] WhatsApp is a reliable video and instant messaging service with more than two billion users worldwide. You can use it on all the major mobile and desktop platforms out there. WhatsApp offers end-to-end encryption and guarantees third parties cannot access and read your messages. But the service may sometimes fail to work as intended…
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5 essential dashboard metrics for PMOs

[ad_1] Every project management office has different ways of working, skills and expectations, but most expect and are required to provide business leaders with these five important dashboard metrics. Image: iStock/Kerkez Project management office dashboards are vital in helping business leaders and other key stakeholders stay up to date on project and portfolio performance metrics.…
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All our picks for the very best laptops with USB-C ports

[ad_1] Best USB-C Laptops Windows Central 2021 Looking for a new laptop that has USB-C ports? Perhaps you need Thunderbolt 3. Maybe Thunderbolt 3 isn’t a requirement for you, and you just want your laptop to be future-proofed. Either way, we’ve rounded up what we think are the best USB-C laptops available to buy today.…
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San Francisco Opera uses Aloha software for real-time remote collaboration

[ad_1] Image: Elk The pandemic and its edict to shelter-from-home turned many on to streaming services and binge-able shows. But while it was easy to be inundated by the bevy of options on many different platforms and the onslaught of entertainment viewed on devices, nothing could replicate a live performance.  Now, the San Francisco Opera…
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Edge Dev now syncs favorites and other content by default on Linux

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Microsoft recently rolled out an update for Edge Dev that brings several new features and a number of fixes. Following the update, the browser has sign-in and sync for personal Microsoft accounts on by default for Linux users. Previously, you had to enable this feature through a flag.…
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100 Best Android Games to Download for Free in April 2021

[ad_1] We have selected the best free Android games to download this month on your phone. Needless to say, the obvious – most of the best games you can install on your Android device cost money. Games like Final Fantasy, Grand Theft Auto and many others are excellent games and have incredible gameplay. This quality, however,…
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Serial Cleaners is the PC and Xbox-bound sequel to Serial Cleaner

[ad_1] Source: Draw Distance | YouTube At the Future Games Show, Draw Distance revealed an early gameplay trailer for their upcoming title, Serial Cleaners. Serial Cleaners is the sequel to the slightly-different Serial Cleaner, a stealth puzzler that delivered on concept but not on content. In case you missed it, we’re highlighting Serial Cleaners and…
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Our Zac Bowden wants to hear your questions about Windows 10 and Microsoft

[ad_1] If you love Microsoft, Windows 10, or our senior editor Zac Bowden, you have a new date to add to your calendar. Bowden will join Mary Jo Foley for the next MJFChat, which will occur on April 8, 2021. During the chat, Bowden and Foley will discuss rumors and speculation about what’s coming up…
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An homage to pointless video game details and the importance of choice

[ad_1] Source: Windows CentralHitting the sauna with my friends in Monster Hunter World. Why? No reason in particular. And that’s okay. Last year, Mass Effect Cinematic Designer John Ebenger revealed that 90 per cent of Mass Effect players chose the Paragon playthrough for Shepard. In Mass Effect, a big part of the game’s unique selling…
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How financial cybercrime targets shifted in 2020

[ad_1] COVID lockdowns may be behind a major change toward targeting e-commerce and using new forms of attacks, Kaspersky finds. Getty Images/iStockphoto If 2020 proved anything it’s that humans are resilient, and that goes doubly for cybercriminals engaged in financial crimes. Kaspersky found that the overall volume of threats to PCs and Android devices decreased…
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Microsoft Teams finally supports native Windows 10 notifications

[ad_1] After months of testing and anticipation, Microsoft Teams finally supports native Windows 10 notifications. We first reported on the feature for Teams back in August 2020. The feature then showed up in preview in December. Now, native notification support is rolling out and should be generally available for everyone this month. Once the feature…
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‘Narita Boy’ on Xbox Game Pass is a hack n’ slash retrowave fever dream

[ad_1] Source: Windows Central Xbox Game Pass features some of the best Xbox games out there, with new additions weaving in every month. Beyond some of the heavy hitters like the huge influx of Bethesda games following Microsoft’s acquisition, there’s a smorgasbord of high-quality indie titles hitting the platform to supplement those bigger releases. One…
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How to Disable & Remove Reading List Feature in Google Chrome

[ad_1] Well, if you have been using the latest version of Google Chrome, you might know about the ‘Reading List’ feature. It’s a feature that acts as a bookmark, but it lets you access the saved websites offline. When you save an article on the reading list, the web pages sync to your Google Account,…
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Verizon and Dreamscape Immersive join forces on virtual reality and 5G

[ad_1] The two companies will create VR applications optimized for 5G networks and mobile edge computing. Dreamscape Immersive mobile lab. Image: Dreamscape Verizon and Dreamscape Immersive, a virtual reality (VR) application developer, announced Thursday a partnership to build VR applications focused on immersive earning and training applications for use in the enterprise, public sector and…
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How to use the new HTTPS-Only mode in Firefox

[ad_1] Firefox’s new feature automatically redirects from HTTP to HTTPS and should be considered a must-use for the security-minded. Jack Wallen explains, and shows you how to enable it. Image: Mozilla We all use a web browser throughout the day. I probably spend at least seven hours a day within a web browser. Not only…
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2021 will see the rise of hybrid events

[ad_1] Last year we saw many events turn virtual, but this year organizers will begin to offer more hybrid options for attendees, making them more accessible while allowing in-person networking opportunities. Image: iStock/metamorworks Trade shows, sporting events, concerts and other live events ground to a halt during the COVID-19 pandemic, but now that millions are…
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RGB hair, Godzilla headphones, and the other best April Fools’ Day pranks

[ad_1] Source: Razer What you need to know Several tech companies participated in April Fools’ Day, including Razer and Surfshark. Some people also fell for fake news on April Fools’ Day. Unfortunately, Razer’s RGB hair dye that you can control from your phone is not real. April Fools’ Day is a dangerous day for news…
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How Does Bitcoin Mining Work? – Ask Leo!

[ad_1] It’s a metaphor, but with possible real-world consequences. (Image: canva.com) What does it mean to mine something that doesn’t physically exist? And why might it use so much electricity? We’ve heard a lot about cryptocurrencies lately, especially Bitcoin. Opinions run the gamut from “worthless artificial gold” to the wave of the future and the…
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Intel and John Deere pilot AI and computer vision program to detect manufacturing defects

[ad_1] The system taps a neural network to register problems associated with welding and pauses production so these components can be corrected. Image: John Deere Agtech capabilities are bringing traditional farming into the 21st century. These solutions range from sprawling LED-equipped indoor farming facilities to robotically plucking ripe produce off the vine using computer vision…
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Want to enjoy ray tracing? You’ll need one of these graphics cards.

[ad_1] Ray tracing allows game developers to light in-game environments with a level of depth and realism that previously wasn’t possible, and ray tracing can also be used in graphics-related workflows as well. However, to actually use ray tracing, you’ll need to be equipped with a ray tracing-compatible graphics card (GPU). GPUs that can handle…
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“Workcations”: 8 inns and hotels with deals for telecommuters looking for a change of scenery

[ad_1] Many companies continue to work remotely and these hotels offer stunning views and after-hours experiences for telecommuters who want to take the home office on the road. Image: iStock/olezzo The travel and hospitality industry has been all but flatlined due to the coronavirus pandemic, public health restrictions and lockdown measures have eased in recent…
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How to install Chrome extensions on Opera with ease

[ad_1] Do you have Chrome extensions that have become must-use, but their absence is keeping you from adopting the Opera browser? Fret no more, as Jack Wallen has a way to solve that problem. Image: Jack Wallen What’s Hot at TechRepublic In the past year, I’ve made the switch from Firefox to Chrome to Brave…
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5 best antivirus applications for Windows Server 2003 & 2008

[ad_1] by Milan Stanojevic Deputy Editor Windows Servers need antivirus software, and in this guide, we’ll show you the best antivirus for Windows Server 2003 and 2008. Even though Windows Server 2003 has reached its end of life, there are still a couple of applications that support it. Windows Server 2008 R2 is supported by…
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Acer’s big sale could you save you up to 28% on monitors, tablets, & more

[ad_1] Acer makes a lot of stuff. A lot more than you might realize. From crazy powerful laptops to monitors to all sorts of peripherals. Well, now is your chance to get some new Acer gear. One of Amazon’s deals of the day features a selection of Acer stuff from a pre-built desktop to an…
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STALKER 2 devs post five-minute video of the game’s knife spinning around

[ad_1] The developers of STALKER 2, GSC Game World, have posted a five-minute video comically titled “Cut(ting) content” in which the knife players will be able to use in STALKER 2 spins around for five minutes in a showcase. This video follows a developer diary GSC Game World released at the March ID@Xbox showcase that…
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Preserving gaming icons is ‘more important than ever,’ says Microsoft

[ad_1] Microsoft has shown a commitment to classic gaming for years. With backward compatibility spanning across multiple Xbox generations, people can play new and classic games side-by-side on the Xbox platform. The official Xbox Twitter handle recently discussed the importance of preserving gaming icons and classic games for “new and old players alike.” The tweet…
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MobiKwik Biggest Data Breach: Here is What Happened

[ad_1] In history, one of the biggest data breaches has happened with MobiKwik users. Over 10crore MobiKwik users’ data has been kept on sale on the Dark web at a price of 1.5 Bitcoin i.e, around Rs. 65 Lakh. In a month, MobiKwik has denied the reports of the largest data breach for the second…
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Windows Defender not working [FULL FIX]

[ad_1] In order to fix this, you need to check your time and date and set it to the correct value before trying to turn Windows Defender back on. We know that this might sound strange, but most of the Windows system functions are dependent on time and date, therefore an incorrect date or time…
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FIX: CRITICAL_OBJECT_TERMINATION error in Windows 10

[ad_1] 5. Run DISM 5.1. Standard way Right-click Start and open Command Prompt (Admin). Paste the following command and press Enter: DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth Wait until the scan is finished. Restart your computer and try updating again. And the third troubleshooter we’re going to use is DISM. Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM) is…
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Twitter for Windows 10 now supports Fleets, nudges, and more

[ad_1] Twitter’s progressive web app (PWA) recently received an update that brings several new features. Twitter’s PWA powers Twitter for Windows, Twitter for KaiOS, Twitter Lite on Android, and mobile.twitter.com, all of which now have the latest update. The update brings support for Fleets, nudges, and a new page for browsing topics. Here’s everything that’s…
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Review: CalDigit’s SOHO dock is a high-performance hub ideal for travel

[ad_1] Source: Windows Central Our pick for the best laptop docking station, the CalDigit TS3 Plus, sets a high standard. And CalDigit doesn’t stop there. The new SOHO dock — which stands for Small Office Home Office — is a far more compact alternative that is better suited for a life on the go. I’ve…
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FIX: Blue screen after Windows 10 rollback

[ad_1] According to users, this issue can sometimes occur due to your drivers, and in order to fix this issue you need to find and remove the problematic driver. Users reported that touchpad or display driver can cause this problem to occur, therefore you might want to remove them. To do that follow these steps: If…
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More laptops and tablets, fewer desktops. How remote working is changing the hardware we use

[ad_1] Gartner predicts that 6.2 billion laptops, tablets and smartphones will be used around the world in 2021, as organizations embrace remote- and hybrid-working styles. Laptop and tablets have grown in popularity while people have been working from home. Image: iStock/monkeybusinessimages Remote working and learning has changed our use of laptops, PCs and smartphones, with…
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Overclock your CPU with a custom water cooling solution

[ad_1] Best CPU Blocks for PC Water Cooling Windows Central 2021 Looking to overclock or simply cool your CPU? You’re going to want to install a water cooling solution to handle the additional heat output. Going with a custom setup allows you to tailor the cooling to your requirements and adapt it to the best…
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Details about the Ryzen 5000G APUs just leaked online

[ad_1] Source: Rich Edmonds / Windows Central Details about AMD’s Ryzen 5000G-series desktop APUs appear to have leaked online. The leaks come from Twitter user “momomo_us” and show off three different Ryzen APUs. Based on the leaks, the new APUs are based on AMD’s Zen 3 architecture and use AMD’s integrated Vega GPU cores. AMD…
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FIX: PAGE NOT ZERO error in Windows 10 [Full Guide]

[ad_1] If a certain driver is outdated or not compatible with Windows 10, you might experience a BSoD error. To fix BSoD errors, it’s important that your drivers are up to date. You can update the necessary drivers simply by visiting your hardware manufacturer’s website and downloading the latest drivers for your device. Bear in…
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Grab Samsung’s T7 Touch portable SSD for $20 off and keep your media close

[ad_1] The Samsung T7 Touch is a great portable solid state drive with plenty of neat features. Today the 500GB version is on sale for $89.99 at Best Buy. That’s $20 off its regular price and one of its best prices ever. While the SSD is sold out at Amazon, you can find this same…
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10 Best iPhone Apps to Generate Unlimited Wallpapers

[ad_1] There are many wallpaper apps available on the iOS app store that can make your device look fresh and attractive. With these iPhone apps, you can generate unlimited wallpapers and set them as the home and lock screen wallpaper. Today, there are hundreds of iPhone wallpaper apps available out there. However, not all of…
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Discord launches Stage channels, its own Clubhouse-like feature

[ad_1] Source: Daniel Rubino / Windows Central Discord just announced a new type of channel for Community servers that focuses on speaking with an audience. They’re called Stage channels, and they’re Discord’s answer to the Clubhouse app that’s growing in popularity. Stage channels allow you to communicate with an audience and easily control who can…
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Keep Windows 10 free of malware with the Microsoft Safety Scanner

[ad_1] On Windows 10, the Microsoft Safety Scanner (MSERT) is a standalone tool that scans, finds, and removes many malware types, including viruses, spyware, and unwanted software causing harm on your computer without having to install it on the device. The security tool is similar to the Malicious Software Removal Tool (MSRT), and it works…
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How to archive websites as PDFs and web archives in iOS 14

[ad_1] Learn how to archive web pages as PDFs and web archives for digital archival, and the pros and cons of each of these export methods. Image: CNET Websites are changing on a daily basis, but sometimes you need to capture a website in its entirety in the moment of time that you’re viewing it.…
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How to Integrate Slack with WordPress (Beginner’s Guide)

[ad_1] Do you want to integrate Slack with your WordPress website or WooCommerce store? Slack is a powerful team communication suite that allows you to stay collaborate with your team and optimize your workflow. In this article, we’ll show you how how to easily integrate Slack with WordPress and WooCommerce to directly receive push notifications…
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10 Best Song Finder & Detector Apps for Android & iOS (2021)

[ad_1] Let’s admit, there are times when we cannot figure out a song playing nearby. At that time, we search the lyrics of the playing song on Google to find out the song’s name. The process still works today, but it has become outdated. Now, we can use mobile apps to detect any songs nearby.…
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Celonis, IBM and Red Hat partner to make digital transformations more valuable

[ad_1] The three companies are combining forces to streamline software, repair processes and make data more accessible, which means more return on digital investments. Image: mokee81, Getty Images/iStockphoto Process mining software company Celonis, IBM, and Red Hat have announced a partnership to help take the messy data clutter out of digital transformation in order to…
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How to Download & Install Safari Browser on Windows 10

[ad_1] There are hundreds of web browsers available for Windows, macOS, Linux, Android, and iOS. Each of the operating systems has its own browsers like Apple has Safari, Windows has Edge browser, etc., that allows users to experience the internet on all Apple devices. Safari web browser brings robust customization options, powerful privacy protections, and…
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Robinhood not available in your country? [Full Guide]

[ad_1] Yes, you can still utilize your Robinhood account and app in the vast majority of countries when on holiday. However, the U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control restricts U.S. financial services in a few (currently five) sanctioned countries. So, you won’t be able to access your Robinhood account within a sanctioned country. What can…
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How to remove Yahoo! Powered tool on Windows 10 [Quick Fix]

[ad_1] 2. Use a malware removal tool One way to do so is to use a dedicated malware and adware remover like the one recommended below. Not only does it function like a standard antivirus tool that removes all unwanted malware from your PC and prevents them from getting there in the first place, but…
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FIX: Microsoft Windows Store needs to be online error

[ad_1] However, there are cases in which you will receive the error message even when your Internet connection is working just fine. In this article, we will see how to fix the Microsoft Windows Store app when you experience ‘the store needs to be online’ issue. Of course, apply the troubleshooting solutions from below only after…
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How to check for drivers by viewing optional updates

[ad_1] All driver updates are now listed under the View optional updates option. That means that you don’t need to check for drivers in the Device Manager anymore. According to a recent document issued by Microsoft, they will evaluate better the quality and reliability of a Windows 10 driver update by analyzing the data coming…
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Mysterious black Surface Book appears in advertisement for Microsoft 365

[ad_1] An advertisement image for Microsoft 365 has been spotted on Facebook featuring what appears to be a black Surface Book device of some kind. The ad itself simply takes you to the Microsoft website, but it’s interesting to see a black version of the Surface Book in center frame even though such a product…
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FIX: Application unable to start correctly 0xc0000005

[ad_1] Overwriting a newer DLL file, deletion of a DLL file due to program uninstall, faulty or incompatible hardware (RAM, HDD), corrupt windows registry, and malware infestations can cause DLL issues. Malware infestation in the Windows registry can corrupt or completely replace DLL files. If your DLL files are missing, that could be a serious…
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