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 Enable Broadcasting via the Windows 10 Game bar

The Windows 10 Game bar come equipped with an Xbox app Game DVR feature that allows users to record and broadcast game clips, screenshots, and apps. This makes the users showcase their gaming and other computer skill set on various social media channels via user-friendly Windows 10 Game bar. However, …

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How to Disable Try Edge and other Microsoft Edge Notifications

Microsoft revamped their browser that comes as standard with all Windows machines for the launch of Windows 10 in 2016. The new browser, Edge, is based on Internet Explorer but uses a number of enhancements to make it easier for touch users. For users who would rather use alternative browsers …

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Fix: Windows Store App Update Error 0x87AF0001

Error 0x87AF0001 is an error with the Windows Store, where it won’t let you download or update new and existing apps. The error message doesn’t really give you any useful info, and it doesn’t tell you where the root of the problem is, so it isn’t of any use. This …

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How to Fix Xbox App Sign In Error (0x409) 0x80070002

Error code (0x409) 0x80070002 indicate that there is an error with the built-in apps, due to which you can’t sign into the Xbox app. You will also get an error message saying We are unable to sign you in at the moment, and there is also the possibility of having this …

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How to Troubleshoot WiFi Drivers on Linux

Wi-Fi drivers can sometimes be difficult to configure in Linux, even if they otherwise work when you start your computer up into a version of Microsoft Windows or another operating system. You may find that a wireless network adapter fails to automatically connect or you might even find that you …

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How to Repair Bad Blocks on Linux

Users who dual boot some distribution of Linux with a version of Microsoft Windows might occasionally try to shrink or grow certain partitions to leave more space for one operating system or the other. You may ultimately get a warning from GParted in Linux or chkdsk in Windows that there …

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How to Change Default Dialler App on Mi Max and Android Smartphones

At a first glance it seems as if it’s impossible to change the default dialler app on the Mi Max or any other Android smartphone, but by using a workaround method it can be achieved. By default, the Android operating system is quite restrictive when it comes to altering default …

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How to Root the Gionee S6 Pro

This guide will teach you how to root the Gionee S6 Pro so that you can get access to a variety of new features that require root file access. If you can’t use root only apps or want to install a custom ROM, the first step is to root the …

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Fix: Windows 10 System Image Backup Error 0x807800A1 & 0X800423F3

Creating a backup of your system is a good way of securing your data. But sometimes you might face the errors like 0x807800A1 & 0X800423F3 while making a system image backup. The error 0x807800A1 is shown with a message “A Volume Shadow Copy Service failed. Please check “VSS” and “SPP” …

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Fix: Windows Activation Error 0x55601 or 0x44578

This error code comes from a malware that prevents users from reaching their desktops. When this error occurs, it imitates a Windows Installation activation screen and displays an error with the reference 0x55601 or 0x44578. The error screen also shows a separate dialog asking the user to enter the password …

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How to Turn Off Tiles in Windows 10

Windows 10 nicely presents desktop interface with a Start Menu and other option  on the left side  & Tiles representing application on the right side .Tile layout shows both Static & Live tile. Tiles displays  information that is useful apparently without opening an app. If you click or tap on …

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How to Handle #Div/0! Errors in Excel

Everyone at some point will come across the infamous “#DIV/0!” error in excel, it’s only a matter of time. When you get this error message, it means that the formula in the cell this error is displayed in has a divisor of 0, or otherwise is attempting to divide one …

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How to Fix Error 80072F30 on Windows Phone

Error Code 80072F30 is a bit of a general-purpose email error on Windows 8 phones. It doesn’t really have a specific cause or effect – sometimes it keeps you from accessing email at all, sometimes it’s just an issue when trying to send, or any other weird configuration. Of the …

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How to Fix Fatal Error No Language File Found

The error “Fatal error no language file found” can occur anytime on your computer. The error usually doesn’t affect your computer in any way other than just showing a pop up that shows this error. The most common cause of this error is the SpyHunter application. If you have recently …

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How to Fix The semaphore timeout period has expired 0x80070079

The semaphore timeout period has expired error with 0x80070079 code might occur while transferring files over a network especially when the file sizes are huge. It can also happen when transferring files between your computer and portable drives. The chances of problem are directly proportional to the file size but …

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How to Fix Windows 10 Insider 14986 Update Error 0x80242006

If you are on Windows 10 and trying to update your build to 14986 then you might face the Error 0x80242006. This error is quite common among the users trying this update and it can be caused by many things including Windows defender or stopped BITS. Method 1: Rename Update Folders …

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How to Fix Windows Movie Maker Error 0x80004003 and 0x87160139

Windows Movie Maker sure is a great tool for creation and editing of media files. But sometimes you might face the error like 0x80004003 or 0x87160139 with yellow error/warning signs on your pictures or media files in the project. The errors can occur anytime even if your project was working …

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How to Save Specific or Selected Excel Columns as a .csv File

In Microsoft Excel, users can export data to a .csv file. This is a simple file format that is used to store spreadsheets and databases, and which can be opened in a multitude of operating systems and programs. This simple file format separates values by commas (hence the name comma-separated …

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How to Fix ffmpeg.exe Has Stopped Working Error

This error pop-up appears as if from nowhere, usually when a user is accessing a website with lots of media content. One Microsoft Answers user explained: “It happens while using Firefox, Gmail, Facebook or logging into any Internet site. It pops up several times…when videos are loading on these pages…It …

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How to Change Critical Battery Percentage Levels on Windows 10

In Windows 10, users can create a custom power plan that changes the critical battery percentage level. When a Windows laptop or tablet’s battery becomes so low that it has just minutes until it shuts off, a critical battery warning will appear on the bottom right-hand side of the screen. …

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How to Create Custom Resolutions on Windows 7, 8 or 10

Windows provides you with a preset list of standard screen resolutions for your display based on your graphics card or GPU and monitor hardware. You can easily change the screen resolution of of your display by switching to any of the presets provided by Windows. But what if you want …

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How to Show Network Icon on Taskbar in Windows 7, 8 or 10

You might be wondering where the network connection icon in your notifications tray went to. When this happens, you usually have internet connection but cannot see the Wi-Fi signal bar, the ethernet icon or the connection status  icon. In some other cases, you cannot access the internet and there’s no …

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How to Install Super Mario RUN APK on Android Phones

For now, Super Mario Run is only available on iPhones, although the Android edition is in the works. However, hackers have created a version that looks exactly like the original on iOS in a quest to steal your details. After getting you to install what appears to be the game, …

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How to Mirror and Record iPhone Screen for Free (with 5KPlayer)

It is not difficult to mirror and record iPhone screen on your computer anymore. Connecting your iPhone to a computer, and you can mirror or record its screen with a fabulous software application. It is difficult to find a free and safe software to do the job. Most trusted software …

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How to Root Your Sony Xperia XA F3113 or F3111, F3115, F3112, F3116

The xperia XA is a mid range phone produced by Sony last year, it is running on android Marshmallow with a planned upgrade to nougat, a Mediatek processor coupled with 2GB of ram and 16GB of ROM, we’re going to show you how to root your Xperia XA to be …

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