How to USE the MSI OC Genie to Overclock Your PC

OC Genie, and OC Genie II, is a now-regular feature that is found on select MSI motherboards. The system is designed to allow users to overlock their RAM, some GPUs and central processor, improving speed and performance for a given period of time. This is the east method of overclocking …

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How to Fix Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 Storage Issues

Almost all the Samsung Galaxy tab 3 8.0 users seem to have storage problems with their tablets. The main issue is that the tablet does not have an option for storing data directly to SD card. Even if it does have the option to select SD card as the preferred …

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How to Resolve 404 Nginx Google Redirection Error

The Google 404 Error nginx is one of the worst errors that can occur on your computer. This error basically prevents you from opening anything starting with www.google.com or in some cases other websites as well. In most cases users start getting redirected towards other random sites in the beginning …

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How to Fix a Sony Vaio Laptop Not Turning On

If you own a Sony Vaio then there’s a huge chance that you will get the not-turning-on problem. Many Sony Vaio users face this problem when all of a sudden their laptop stops starting. Whenever you press the button your green light will turn on for a few second and …

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How to Set a Custom Command Configuration in mednafen

While the mednafen emulator isn’t included with the Linux repositories to aid anyone in piracy, it is an excellent way to play public domain and open-source ROM files on any Linux machine. A few simple tricks should aid you if you were interested in finding out more about the program …

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How to Block Bad Sites with “etc/hosts”

Whether you keep track of big iron machines that need to get locked out of potential threats or simply administer your own laptop and want to block out something harmful, you can lock out any Web address via the  file.  This file defines which resources should be redirected toward some …

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How to Fix a 404 Not Found Error on Browsers

Internet errors are common when you are browsing over internet. It can be server side or client side. A 404 not found error is related to a response by a server indicating that the requested page of a website cannot be found or is inaccessible. You would probably have received …

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How to Fix Windows 10 Store Error Code 0x80072EFD

One of the most common Windows Store-related problems faced by Windows 10 users is one where Windows Store simply sits there with a black screen and fails to load, and after about 10 seconds displays an error message containing error code 0x80072EFD. The Windows Store is the go-to application market …

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How to Fix Windows Defender Error Code 0x8050800c on Windows 10

During the latter part of 2016, quite a few Windows 10 users have stared experiencing an issue with Windows Defender where they see error messages containing error code 0x8050800c quite often while using Windows 10’s built-in defense against viruses, malware, spyware and other external threats. In most cases, affected users …

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How To Sign Out Of Your Google Account on Other Remote Devices

If you use your Google account on various devices, you are likely to have your accounts still signed in on those devices – unless you remembered to log out. More importantly, if your smartphone or laptop gets lost or stolen, you should know how to sign out your Google account …

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How To Download WhatsApp For Samsung Z1

Samsung Z1 is a budget smartphone running Samsung’s Tizen mobile OS. The Tizen store, as compared to the Google Play Store has a very limited number of apps and support. Due to this, Samsung invited several app developers to build apps like Facebook Messenger, Truecaller, Candy Crush, etc. WhatsApp is …

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How To Download Videos From YouTube

YouTube does not allow or give users any options to download videos. They can only watch videos from either on the website or the app. Currently, there’s a save offline option for YouTube’s Android and iOS app but that feature isn’t very flexible as the offline videos are encrypted and …

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How To Start PS4 (Play Station 4) In Safe Mode

If you are experiencing some trouble with your PS4 console, the Safe Mode allows you to start only the system with only the core components running. The Safe Mode presents you with options which may help you correct issues your console might be having and allows it to start normally. …

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How to take a screenshot on Google Pixel XL

Google made a refresh to their smartphone line with the Google Pixel and Pixel XL. There are a ton of new features on Nougat-powered device like fingerprint gestures. Here is how you can take perfect screenshots on your Pixel. Step 1: Taking the screenshot Hold the Power and Volume Down …

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Frequently Visited Tabs on Browsers are Lost

One of the main features of almost any modern web browser is the ability to choose what happens when you open a new tab or a new window of it. There are a few options, such as having your most visited web sites, having a single, pre-defined website, or even …

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How to Restore Folder Lock 7.x Password

Folder Lock 7.x is a fairly popular piece of software that lets you set a password to your folders. You can then use these folders to store anything you would like to keep out of prying eyes. This may include anything from photos, to private documents, and many people use …

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How to Run Google Chrome on 32-bit Linux Machines

Many reports indicate that Google Chrome is the most popular Web browser on desktop, portable and mobile devices. Google surprised many Linux users, however, when they announced they would no longer provide updates for 32-bit Linux distributions. Modern versions only come out for 64-bit Linux environments. There’s a workaround to …

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How to Use Mednafen to Turn Your Linux Box into an Arcade

Mednafen is a multi-system emulator used to execute game console opcode under a GNU/Linux environment. The emulator is designed for use with ROM files from several different popular game console platforms. It allows a Linux PC or mobile device to act much like an SNES, Sega Genesis or GameBoy. Emulation …

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How to Make the Switch to USB-C

USB-C is quickly becoming a standard connectivity port. After the speed improvements of USB 3.0, USB-C is making connections quicker, smaller and easier to use. Much like the Apple Lightning connector used on the iPhone and iPad, USB-C is reversible. The connector is also capable of transferring files and power, …

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How to Easily Root LG G5 6.0.1

LG released its latest flagship, the LG G5, earlier this year. This model boasts an amazing design with a slide-out battery and modular functionality. Rooting your LG G5 will give you full privileges to the Android system. After rooting, you can install root apps, remove bloatware, improve battery life, and …

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How to Fix Windows Live Mail Can’t Sync and Displays Server Error 0x80072F06

A Windows Live Mail user can run into a problem with the program where it simply fails to sync with and retrieve email messages from their configured Hotmail/Outlook email account. When a Windows Live Mail user runs into this issue, they become incapable of using the application to send or …

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How to Fix Backup Error 0x807800C5 on Windows 10

Windows 10 users trying to backing up system images of their computers to NAS (Network-Attached Storage) have often reported seeing the backup fail and an error message that states the following appear: “There was a failure in preparing the backup image of one of the volumes in the backup set. Details: …

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How to Reduce the Reserved Block Count on ext4 Formatted Drives

Few file systems are quite as robust as the ext series. Part of this robustness comes from the fact that newer versions use journals, which can also be disabled for use on USB NAND drives. Some support also comes from the fact that these systems reserve a portion of the …

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How To Check If Your Phone is Rooted or Not

Rooting is process which allows users of Android devices to gain escalated privileges to their devices. As Android runs on the Linux kernel, rooting an Android device gives similar access to superuser permissions as on Linux or Unix-based operating systems. This is similar to running programs as administrators in Windows, …

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How to Get Rid of Adware on Android

Adware is a malicious application that automatically downloads or displays unwanted advertising content such as banners or pop-ups when the user is online. Adwares are part the various forms of malware plaguing the Android ecosystem and can cause little to devastating havoc to the Android device. Adwares can infect a …

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