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How to Fix 100% Disk Usage in Windows 10

Monday, October 9th, 2017

virtual memory too low

So you got a brand new Windows 10 computer. You expect it to be fast but it’s exactly the opposite. The new laptop is slower than a snail. When you open the Task Manager (CTRL+SHIFT+ESC) and click on “More Detail”, you see that your computer is using 100% of its disk resources. This can happen to both HDDs and SSDs. In this article we’re going to help you fix 100% disk usage in Windows 10. (more…)

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How to Fix Windows 10 Error Code 0xc0000034

Monday, August 28th, 2017

Windows 10 Error Code 0xc0000034

Did you open your laptop only to find that Windows 10 wouldn’t boot? It was fine yesterday but now, out of the blue, you get error code 0xc0000034 and a message saying ‘Boot Configuration Data file is missing’. But don’t panic, your data is still there and you can get it back. In this article, we’ll show you how to fix Windows 10 error codeĀ 0xc0000034 and restore your computer back to normal.

Why Did I Get Windows 10 Error CodeĀ 0xc0000034?

Well, several things could have caused it. Most likely, your Windows installation became corrupted because of a faulty registry setting. The main thing is that this error prevents Windows from accessing the boot files and causes a BSOD (Blue Screen of Death). You can fix the ‘Boot Configuration Data file is missing’ BSOD by repairing your installation. To do that, you’ll need Windows 10 setup USB stick or DVD. (more…)

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How to Fix “USB Device Not Recognized” Error

Thursday, April 20th, 2017

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Are you trying to connect your USB device to your computer only to get an error saying “USB Device Not Recognized”? That’s one of the most frustrating USB-related errors you could possibly get. Luckily, it shouldn’t be too difficult to fix it. Just follow the steps from this article.

Why Does the “USB Device Not Recognized” Error Happen?

As with all Windows errors, there could be several reasons for its appearance. Most of the time the error occurs because of a faulty USB device (yes, that happens) or due to a missing or corrupted driver.

Fixing the error when the USB device is broken is pretty much impossible so we’ll concentrate on dealing with the driver problem. (more…)

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Windows Error Fix: Stop Windows 10 from Wiping All Settings on Login

Thursday, June 2nd, 2016

windows 10 swapfile.exe

Windows 10 is becoming better with every update, but that doesn’t mean it’s 100% free of annoying bugs and errors. Some of these errors get fixed by Microsoft, but some require a manual fix or third party tools to get resolved. Today we’re going to show you how to stop Windows 10 from wiping all settings on login.

The Error: Windows Removes All Customization on Login

This is a really annoying bug because it resets Windows to its default settings every time a user logs out or shuts down the computer. When the user logs back in, he or she gets a brand new Windows 10 without any customization and user settings. Luckily, no files are deleted, but in any case this is frustrating at best. (more…)

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How to Save Images from Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel

Wednesday, April 6th, 2016

save images from ms office filesHave you ever tried to figure out how to save an image from a Word document someone sent to you? It’s easier than you think even if it doesn’t look that at first. All you need to do is right-click on the picture and select “Save as picture…”, then save the image whenever you want to. But what if you have a document with lots of images that you want to extract in bulk? This simple trick will help.

To extract images from a Microsoft Office document (.docx, .xlsx, .pptx), you need to have Windows built-in extractor for .zip files or any other app that extracts .zip. The do the following:

  1. Open Windows Explorer (or File Explorer on newer Windows version) and find the file you want to extract the images from
  2. Select the file and press F2 to change the file extension to .zip, then press Enter. You will get a warning from Windows where you should click on “Yes” to proceed
  3. Now your MS Office file is an ordinary .zip file. Right-click on it and select “Extract All” to extract the content
  4. Choose the destination folder for the extracted content, otherwise a new folder with the same name as the file name will be created in the folder where the original file is located.
  5. To view the extracted files, go to the destination folder and open the subfolder called either “word” for Word documents, “xl” for spreadsheets and “ppt” for PowerPoint documents
  6. Double-click on the “media” folder and you’ll find all the images from the file there

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