How to Fix Code 19 Errors in Windows
Driver Guide, For Windows 10, How-To

How to Fix Code 19 Errors in Windows

The Code 19 errors are pretty common on Windows OS. There may be a variety of reasons that can trigger Code 19 errors on your device which majorly include corrupt/invalid registry entries, outdated device drivers, hardware incompatibility, and other issues. Code 19 errors are majorly encountered when you connect a USB drive or portable disk,…

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Windows Troubleshooter Not Working? Here’s the Fix!
For Windows 10, How-To

Windows Troubleshooter Not Working? Here’s the Fix!

Windows Troubleshooter not working? Don’t worry! You can easily fix the Troubleshooter by making a few quick changes in your device’s settings. Here you go! Also read: How To Fix Unknown USB Device Error In Windows 10 How to Fix Windows Troubleshooter has stopped working #1 Check the Environment Variables To make sure whether the…

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How to Fix 0xc10100be Video Error on Windows 10
Cyber Security, How-To

How to Fix 0xc10100be Video Error on Windows 10

While watching any video on Windows 10, have you ever encountered a video playback error? The 0xc10100be Video Error is quite common and is caused due to incompatible file extensions, corrupt video files, the absence of supporting codecs, or the presence of viruses or malware on your device. So, whenever you’re trying to play any…

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4 Ways To Enable Local Group Policy Editor On Windows 10 Home
For Windows 10, How-To

4 Ways To Enable Local Group Policy Editor On Windows 10 Home

Microsoft offers a plethora of Windows 10 editions, including PRO version for Professionals, Home edition for Basic users, Enterprise edition designed for businesses & Education version for Students. So, how can you differentiate among these? The distinguishing factor between all of them is their system tools available on some specific versions. For instance, Group Policy…

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The Firefox logo isn’t a fox

It is a common misbelief that the furry creature in the Firefox logo is a fox thanks to its name. But it is rather a Red Panda.