2 Ways to Repair Corrupted or Damaged RAR / ZIP Files

December 2nd, 2016 by Admin No comments »

When trying to extract files from RAR/ZIP archive, you might come across the error message like “CRC32 failed”, “Checksum error”, “Unexpected end of archive”, etc. How to fix and extract corrupted archive? It’s quite common to get a corrupted RAR/ZIP file when you download it from the Internet with low or unstable Internet connection. Try downloading […]

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How to Fix “Cannot Start / Open Microsoft Outlook”

December 2nd, 2016 by Admin No comments »

Cannot start Microsoft Office Outlook, unable to open the Outlook window? Outlook stuck on the “Load Profile” window? This can happen when your Outlook profile or Outlook data files have become corrupted or damaged. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to fix these issues by making a copy of Outlook profile. Tips: If Outlook […]

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Display Full Path in Title Bar of Windows 10 File Explorer

November 26th, 2016 by Admin No comments »

By default, Windows 10 will display the folder name alone in the title bar of File Explorer. Sometimes you might need to know the absolute path of the location you are currently in. In this tutorial we’ll show you 2 ways to make Windows 10 display full path (file location) in the title bar of […]

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How to Create Shortcut to Shutdown / Restart Windows 10

November 25th, 2016 by Admin No comments »

In previous post we’ve covered 7 ways to shutdown / restart your Windows 10 computer. However, if those are not simple or quick enough for you, you can create a shutdown / restart shortcut on your desktop. The following tutorial will walk you through the steps of creating a shortcut to shutdown / restart Windows […]

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How to Disable Automatic Restart After Windows 10 Update

November 23rd, 2016 by Admin No comments »

By default, Windows 10 will reboot automatically with no warning after installing an important update. Yesterday when I left my computer for 5 minutes, I found Windows 10 automatically rebooted to finish updating itself, even when there are open applications and unsaved documents. Luckily I find out 2 methods to disable automatic restart after installing […]

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2 Options to Disable BitLocker on Surface Pro 4

November 22nd, 2016 by Admin No comments »

Surface Pro comes with BitLocker encryption enabled by default. Many Surface Pro users don’t realize that BitLocker was turned on until they get locked out of Windows 10, or be asked for a recovery key during advanced boot up. In this tutorial we’ll show you 2 simple methods to turn off / disable BitLocker on […]

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Change PIN Complexity Requirements Policy in Windows 10

November 22nd, 2016 by Admin No comments »

PIN login was first introduced in Windows 8 that lets users to login with a four-digit number. The PIN is really short and simple that could be compromised easily by hackers. Thankfully, Windows 10 includes the PIN complexity feature that allows to set up a complex PIN with special characters, uppercase / lowercase letters. The […]

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How to Change File Ownership Back to TrustedInstaller in Windows 10

November 20th, 2016 by Admin No comments »

By default, most system files are protected by TrustedInstaller. Even a user logged in as administrator doesn’t have permissions to modify the system files. When you need to modify a system file, you need to change the owner of the file from TrustedInstaller to your current account. However, later on, you may want to restore […]

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