How to Check Pokémon Go Servers from a Linux Computer

It seems like nothing stops the popularity of Pokémon Go except for server disruptions, which you often can’t find out about until you’ve actually gotten your smartphone or tablet and started up the app. You might not even know what’s wrong if you’re having difficulty staying connected. There are several …

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How to Fix Error 0x80070544 The validation information class requested was invalid

Most windows users encounter an issue where when they try and do a backup to a network drive they are prompted with the error “The validation information class requested was invalid. 0x80070544”. The most common cause of this error is the network credentials which it cannot authenticate even though, you’re entering the …

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How to Fix “Open With” error when trying to open Local Drives

Microsoft is always trying to reduce Windows OS vulnerability to viruses that are causing some serious troubles to the users. Although, their efforts are doing some good but still, there are lots of loose spots where hackers can get access. Windows users experience a strange issue with their partitions while …

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FIX: Sony Vaio VGN-CR320E Webcam Not Working after Upgrading to Windows 7

Sometimes your Sony VAIO webcam might not work if you recently updated to Windows 7 or did a fresh Windows 7 install. Even if you install the drivers for Windows 7 from Sony’s official website, there’s still a huge chance that your drivers won’t work. The problem occurs because of …

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How to Get More Storage on Your Android Phones

Android devices are popular not only because of the huge app store, but because the software supports multiple storage expansion formats. Android handset and tablet owners can use a number of software and hardware solutions to increase the amount of space available on their device, making it possible to carry …

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How to Play PS4 Games On Your PC Remotely

PlayStation Four, the latest incarnation of Sony’s famous faming system, introduced a brand new feature called Remote Play. This feature allows you to play full PlayStation 4 games on your computer, meaning you can play your games on your computer as long as your PlayStation has the v3.5 software and …

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How to Set Up Your Amazon Fire TV Box

Amazon is really venturing out into the world of multimedia and streaming with its Amazon Prime TV streaming service, and the Amazon Fire TV box and stick. The new 4K Ultra HD compatible Fire TV box allows users to access all of their Amazon Video content, as well as regional …

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How to Transfer Data from iPhone to Samsung S7/S6/S6 Edge

Several new Samsung users may wonder how to transfer data from their iPhone to their Galaxy S6 or S7. In this guide, I’ll share two easy options to transfer data data from your old iPhone to your new Samsung Galaxy S6/S6 (Edge). Method 1: Using The Samsung Smart Switch Mobile …

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How to Setup Email on Samsung Galaxy Note 7

The Galaxy Note 7 made a debut this year as featured an iris scanner but a major battery fiasco led to a global recall of all Note 7 units. It’s advised to return your Galaxy Note 7 for cash or a replacement. Usually, the initial setup of a Android phone …

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How to Stop the Windows 10 Update and Stay on Windows 7 or 8

While Microsoft encouraged users to upgrade to Windows 10 for free, before the offer expired in July 2016, the update was never mandatory. Users of Windows 7 and 8 will be regularly reminded that Windows 10 is available and that performing an update and buying Windows 10 is easy, but …

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How to Fix High Disk Usage By “WPR_Initiated_DiagTrackAotLogger_WPR System Collector.etl”

Many users on the Microsoft and Tenforums have reported an issue where the Disk Usage spikes upto 100% – some users report that the issue started after the KB3201845 update was installed by the Windows Update. User tufa4311 on the tenforums, traced the issue to be originating from C:\Windows\Temp\WPR_initiated_DiagTrackAotLogger_WPR System Collector.etl From …

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How to Create 360-Degree Photos for Facebook

You may have noticed that some blogs, online personalities, and corporate brands have been making use of Facebook’s ability to display 360-degree photographs. With these photographs, a user is able to scroll around a 360-degree image. The platform even supports 360-degree video, which allows for the same features, but with …

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How to Find Your Lost Windows Phone

Lost your Windows Phone? As long as you have certain settings switched on, there are features you can utilize to find out where it is. Microsoft built in a tracking system which allows users to track where their own phone is at any time, meaning you’ll never have to lose …

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How to Keep Using WhatsApp on BB10

If you’re still clinging on to your BB10-powered BlackBerry for dear life, then you might have heard that WhatsApp has announced it will be withdrawing support for the platform on the 30th June 2017. The popular messaging app is similar to BBM (BlackBerry Messenger), a secured messaging service that is …

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How to Reorient the Screen Direction in Moksha

The Moksha Linux desktop environment uses technology based on the Enlightenment window manager, and it’s the primary desktop environment used by Bodhi Linux. It provides a tool called the Screen layout Editor, which permits you to actually edit the direction in which the screen buffer writes to your display. There …

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Editing Shelf Settings in the Moksha Desktop Environment

Moksha is the desktop environment used in Bodhi Linux, and it allows users to create additional shelves that function somewhat similarly to a dock. These shelves can be positioned wherever a user wants to put them, which actually makes them a bit more extensible than the docks that some people …

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How to Tweak the Moksha Desktop Environment

The Moksha desktop environment used in the Bodhi Linux distribution provides support for compositing without the need for something like compiz, which makes it attractive to those who want to have this kind of support while still remaining at least relatively lightweight. This provides a flashier interface than, say, Openbox …

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How to Set the Identification Line in the Midori Browser

Midori is a lightweight browser compared to many of the ones that come with different Linux distributions by default, but it actually still ships with several useful features built right in without any need for extensions. This browser is available in many yum and apt-get repositories, but its also slipstreamed …

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How To Transfer Photos From Galaxy S7 to PC

The several high-resolution photos and videos you take on your smartphone will eventually fill up your device’s storage. To solve the issue of running out of space, you can transfer your photos and videos to your computer and then delete them from your phone. There are few methods to transfer …

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How To Root Samsung Galaxy S3 (GT-I9300) On Android 4.3 Jelly Bean

Android 4.3 is the last iteration of Android Jelly Bean. If you were rooted on earlier versions of Android and updated to 4.3, then your phone must have been unrooted. There are two methods in this guide to assist you root your phone. One requires you to use a PC …

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How to Install ubuntu on Chromebooks

Chromebooks have been increasing in sales, mostly due to their inexpensive price, app ecosystem and running a linux-driven Chrome OS, they make running a computer much simpler than their windowss and mac counterpart, plus they are free! Some users may want to install a full linux OS like ubuntu, in …

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How to Fix 169.254.X.X – “Invalid IP Config” Issue on Windows

169.254.x.x is a private IP Addressing space reserved by Microsoft which it assigns automatically to your Network Adapter if it cannot get an IP Address from the DHCP Server. Now since it is assigned directly by the Windows itself, the issue could either be with the network adapter or with …

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How to Clean Install Windows 10

Windows 10 is the best of Windows 8, and Windows 7 combined. The latest operating system, dubbed the ‘last’ version of Windows’, is designed to make using the software just as easy on a traditional laptop as on a tablet. If you are yet to upgrade from Windows 8.1, you’ve …

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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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