How to Fix High CPU & Disk Usage by Broadcast DVR Server (bcastdvr.exe)

You might have noticed that Windows 10 has a rather dubious process called Broadcast DVR server (bcastdvr.exe). If you’re worried about it being a malware in disguise, don’t. It’s a legitimate Windows 10 process. Broadcast DVR server is part of a legitimate Windows 10 feature called Game DVR. The purpose of …

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How to fix ndistpr64.sys BSOD Error

Being struck with a Blue Screen of Death is a nightmare for all Windows users because it often appears randomly and it immediately causes your system to freeze and restart which can make you lose all of your progress immediately. Reasons for why BSODs appear are numerous and there is …

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Fix: We couldn’t create a new partition or locate an existing one

Windows 10 was definitely well worth the update since it one of the best Windows operating systems in a while when you take everything into account, including the era it was released in, its simplicity, and the variety of features it offers to its users. However, installing it or updating …

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How to Flash Galaxy 8 Unlocked Firmware and Keep Carrier Features

This is a guide for flashing the unlocked CSC / XAA stock firmware for the Samsung. This is for users who want to unlock their carrier-locked devices via firmware, but at the end of this guide, I will instruct you on how to regain carrier-specific features such as VoLTE and …

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How to Move Outlook ‘All Versions’ to a New Computer

Getting a new computer is always exciting. But soon after you get your hands on it you’ll be faced with the task of migrating various data files. While some data is easy to migrate, Outlook data is certainly not on that list. However, the steps are not that complicated, they …

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Solved: You’ll need a new app to open this ms-windows-store

Windows Store is a concept introduced in the Windows 8.1 OS but it’s not something new for the world of technology as the vast majority of smartphone operates by using an app store which is used to download apps and games to your device. However, this makes the process of …

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Filesystem Hierarchy Standard Explained

The Filesystem Hierarchy Standard or FHS defines how the directory structure in Linux works, and it’s something that many beginner articles have already been written about. That being said, it’s also still one of the things that confuse beginners the most and therefore questions about it still get asked all …

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How to Define a System-wide Compose Key in Linux

Many people define compose keys so that they can type international characters as well as the symbol for the Euro and Pound Stirling on a local keyboard. It’s very useful for those who need to write these characters without having to look them up in a character map but don’t …

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How to Fix 400 Bad Request Chrome Error on Linux

You may from time to time receive a message that reads 400 Bad Request while trying to browse the Web with Chrome on Linux. While this error is by no means restricted to this browser or even this operating system, many users report that it’s a major problem when running …

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How to View a List of Users in Linux

While you probably know how to log into your Linux system with a single user account and you’re familiar with the root account, you more than likely don’t have a simple utility for viewing all of the accounts currently on your system. Fortunately, a single command line hack is all …

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How to List All Linux Commands Your Shell Knows

There’s actually a command to list all other commands that a Linux shell knows, but more than likely you’re not familiar with it. If there’s ever been a counterintuitive Catch-22 in regards to using GNU/Linux-based operating system command lines, then this is it. That being said, it’s fortunately extremely easy …

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How to Clear Out Xfce4 Sessions

While Xfce4 is an extremely popular Linux desktop environment, it can start to exhibit weird behavior over time. You might notice that it doesn’t seem as snappy as it once did or perhaps it tends to be really slow to start up when booting your machine. Windows might pop up …

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How to Get iMessage on Your PC

iMessage, without doubt, is one of the most popular features of iOS. With the latest updates, it becomes even better and more useful. People use iMessage on all their iOS devices, like iPhones and iPads. It also has support for Mac computers, which makes this multi-platform communication tool really handy. …

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How To Unjailbreak Your iPhone

Chinese software team Pangu already released a couple of jailbreaking methods for the latest iOS 11. That means that now users can jailbreak even the most recent iPhone 8/8 Plus and iPhone X, as well as all the older iDevices running iOS 11. If you are reading our articles, you …

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How to Share Your Outlook Calendar with Other People

Depending on your job, there may come a time when you will need to give someone else access to your busy schedule. If you have an executive assistant, you will probably need to allow access to your calendar on a permanent basis. Calendar sharing is also helpful when you’re taking a …

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How to Increase Outlook’s Default Attachment Size Limit

Most email service providers limit the maximum email size that can be sent or received by an account. But it’s actually a necessary restriction – otherwise, emails can be easily exploited by being flooded with very large emails. If you try to send an email that exceeds the maximum limit of …

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How to Delay or Schedule Sending Email Messages in Outlook

Have you ever had an “Oh, no!” moment immediately after you hit the Send button on an email? I know I have. The email will immediately leave for the recipient inbox and there’s nothing you can do about it. And regardless of how many grammar mistakes you spotted, there’s no way …

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How to Fix Outlook “2007, 2010, 2013, 2016” Starting in Safe Mode

Most popular applications have a safe mode that enables users to run the program with limited functionality when things are not running as they should. Such is the case with Outlook – a complex email manager that uses Safe Mode to bypass a lot of issues that prevent it from …

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Fix: Cannot install Synaptics Touchpad Driver on Windows 10

Are you using a notebook and you can not install Synaptics Touchpad driver, because your Synaptics Touchpad hardware component is not recognized by your touchpad driver? If yes, you should read this article, because there are potential solutions which will help you to solve the problem. The touchpad is hardware …

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How to Install SP Flash Tool on Ubuntu for MediaTek Android Flashing

Many of Appual’s guides for rooting and flashing Mediatek-based Android devices rely on a tool called SP Flash Tool. For users of Windows PCs, this is usually no problem at all, as the SP Flash Tool runs flawlessly after installing all the proper Mediatek VCOM drivers. However, the latest versions …

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How to Fix Your iPhone 8/8 Plus and iPhone X Charging Issues

Are you experiencing charging issues with your iPhone 8/8 Plus or iPhone X? You plugged it into the wall adapter before bedtime, expecting to get 100% battery juice until the morning, as usual, but nope. You wake up and realize that your iPhone hasn’t charged up at all. And now, …

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How To Fix Your iPhone’s Non Working Home Button

Several iPhone users have reported that their device’s home button is not working. If you are also experiencing this non-working home button issue on your iDevice, and you are out of warranty, here you can find a way to fix it. There is one rule in technology that says: “Moving …

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Fix: iPhone’s Dead ‘Won’t Turn On’

Have you ever experienced a dead iPhone scenario? If you are wondering what it is, let me explain. You are doing some internet browsing or gaming as usual, and suddenly your iPhone turns off. You are trying to turn it back on, but it does not respond. After a couple …

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How to Create Your Apple ID without Credit Card

Your Apple ID is like a passport for using the Apple ecosystem. You use it on your iDevices, iCloud, iTunes,  emails, and even on your Mac computers. So, creating an Apple ID should be pretty simple right? Well, yes it is simple if you have a credit card, and want …

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How to Fix a Frozen Unresponsive iPad

Does your iPad randomly stutter and freeze? Some iPad users reported a non-responding behavior of their devices. For some of them, the issue is permanent. And, for others, it randomly appears and goes away from time to time. They also stated that the non-working touchscreen problem happens, without any logical …

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