Kevin Arrows

Hi! I'm Kevin. Thank you for reading the article above. I am a certified MCTS (Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist) with over 10 years of experience. I love to address tech issues, and write tech how-to's in a way that it can be followed by everyone.

How to: Uninstall Kodi on Windows 10

Uninstalling apps and programs on Windows 10 is supposed to be an easy process and there are even two features you can use to uninstall apps: Control Panel and Settings. However, people are often not aware of the fact that certain apps may cause issues during the uninstalling process and …

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How to: Uninstall McAfee Livesafe

Some apps and programs are definitely more difficult to install than the other and the reason for this is that some apps simply don’t “want” to be uninstalled. If an app made its way to your computer without your knowledge such as the adware and spamware which gets installed along …

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Fix: rdn/yahlover.worm 055bccac9fec

Security is definitely the number one priority when it comes to handling Windows OS. Hackers and software hijackers have become more and more sophisticated, following the trend set by technology, and their ways of infiltrating and infecting your computer have become more dangerous than ever. That is why you should …

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Fix: Windows 10 Update Error ‘0xc1900101-0x30018’

Windows Update error codes are numerous and they are pretty much impossible to count. Microsoft has made a post where they listed all possible Windows Update error codes along with short descriptions but this information is pretty useless since there are not hints to what might be causing the problem …

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Best Racing Games for PS4 You Must Play

Racing is the go-to genre for most casual gamers looking for a fun evening. However, some racing games are designed to exclusively to satisfy hardcore gamers who are craving a racing experience as close to reality as possible. When it comes to racing, the gaming scene is split into two …

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How to Get Android Oreo Adaptive Icons on Your Smartphone

Android 8.0 Oreo is out for quite a while, bringing some unique and useful features as well as improved customization. Aside from the other improvements of the ecosystem, this time Android Oreo introduces an Adaptive Icons feature. It unifies the shape of the icons and creates a more-consistent and better-looking …

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5 Best Android Apps for Your Toddler to Play With

Did you know that some Android games and apps are beneficial for your child’s mental health? Yes, you read it right. In fact, many Android apps are crucial for a proper cognitive development. So, how can you choose the right, safe and educational apps for your child? Do not lose …

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Fix: Unfortunately, Messaging has stopped

Nothing hurts more than spending close to a 1000$ on a new flagship only to find out that you are unable to send text messages. The “Unfortunately, messaging has stopped error” doesn’t discriminate between devices. You can see this error message on any manufacturer from Samsung to HTC and Huawei. …

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Best Android Puzzle Games

You can blame Android for a lot of things, but not for its lack of content. I don’t usually play games on my Android device, but when I do, it’s usually a puzzle game. Google Play Store is filled with quality brain games that will keep you busy. The recent …

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How To Remove FindForFun Virus (AdWare) from Android

Android doesn’t have that many viruses when compared to PC. But it makes up for it with an entire plethora of adware. If you recently got the FindForFun virus, you’ve come to the right place. FindForFun isn’t actually a virus and is classified by security specialists as a browser redirect or …

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8 Best Bluestacks Alternatives

It is predicted that in 2019 Android’s market share will reach a staggering 90%. Taking into account how many devices run this OS, it becomes apparent why Android emulators experienced such a massive growth. All Android emulators are powered by the virtualization concept – a device within a device that enables …

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Fix: YouTube Videos Not Playing on Android

YouTube has become our primary source for video content. The platform is as stable as you’ll ever get, and since it was acquired by Google any server-side issue is virtually non-existent. Despite this, a lot of users, particularly Android users, have reported that their YouTube videos just won’t load. Sometimes they …

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Fix: HTC One M8 Not Charging

When it came out, HTC One M8 was among the most promising flagships of 2014. It featured superior specifications and a dual camera that added depth to every ordinary picture. I contemplated about buying it for a good while, but I remember being thrown off by the 2600 mAh battery. HTC …

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How to Get Android 8.0 ‘PiP’ on Older Android Versions

The newest version of the most popular ecosystem for smartphones, Android 8.0 Oreo brings some convenient multitasking features for the supported devices. One of the most useful functionalities is called “Picture-in-Picture” (PiP), which makes it incredibly easy to multitask while watching videos. However, not all Android devices will get the …

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How To Hard Reset Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus

Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, without doubt, are 2 of the most attractive Android smartphones for 2017. If you own one of these devices, you’ve probably installing tons of apps and games on it, enjoying the Android ecosystem in any aspect. However, installing the wrong apps or misplacing some …

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7 Easy Ways to Earn Real Money From Your Android

We live in a world where a flagship smartphone cost around $1000. What is even more interesting, is the fact that using these devices on a daily basis cost us even more money. We pay for our monthly talk and data plan; we even buy additional accessories for our phones. …

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What is a Terminal Emulator

Users of GNU/Linux, FreeBSD, macOS and other Unix implementations are probably used to hearing the words terminal emulator thrown around. However, fewer users are aware of why exactly this term is so common. Terminal emulators are extremely common pieces of software, but they’re not the same things as the command …

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What Does ‘apt’ mean in Linux Distributions?

If you’re a user of a Debian-based Linux distribution, then you probably see the word apt an awful lot. This goes for users of Ubuntu, the various Ubuntu spins, Linux Mint, LXLE and Trisquel GNU/Linux. While it refers to the package manager that helps you install software on your system, …

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How to Check PCI Slots in Linux

PCI slots and PCI express slots are everywhere. Since the bus is even used inside of netbooks and ultrabooks, you’ll probably need to check a little bit of information about them from time to time in the most unlikely of places. GNU/Linux includes a couple of commands that let you …

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How to Change CentOS Hostname

CentOS, Red Hat and Fedora Linux implementations work a bit differently from Debian-based ones. CentOS 7 and newer feature some Debian-like controls such as the  but some coders feel this isn’t part of the Red Hat experience. As a result, there’s a separate way to change CentOS hostname values that should …

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How to View a CPU Chart in Linux

You can easily get a CPU chart right from the Linux command line. While there are plenty of graphical process tools that you can use with various Linux distributions, you’ll find that the command line ones work well enough as it is. They’re snappy and feature a light footprint. GUI …

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How to Check CPU Temperature ‘Core by Core’ on Linux

You might be used to using slick graphical tools to check computer temperature on other operating systems, but you won’t actually need anything so bloated when you’re using Linux. If you’re sick of poking around in administrator control panels for CPU temperature and voltage, then you’re in for a big …

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How to Split PDF Files Using Chrome

Whether you’re a college student or a corporate worker, PDFs are everywhere. Most books or essays available are PDFs, so it is important that you know how to play around with them. One of the things I have had to do from time to time as a student is split …

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15 Games Like Skyrim You Must Play

If you were as involved with playing Skyrim as I was, you probably felt like it’s the end of the world when you completed the last story-driven quest. Skyrim is a massive open-world action role-playing video game developed by Bethesda Game Studios. The game is the fifth installment in The …

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Top 10 Android TV Apps You Should Use

Android TV has been slowly but surely maturing as a platform since the initial launch in 2014. Right now, the market is not solely restricted to TV manufacturers that choose to make Android TV the de facto operating system. In the last two years, we have witnessed an explosion of …

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