How to Fix Desktop Is Unavailable After Windows 10 Update?

OS Updates are rolled out to enhance computer capability. But, unfortunately, several Windows 10 users have experienced a terrible situation after updating their Windows 10 system with the latest update version 1803. Yes! Most of the Windows 10 user installed the Windows 10 update edition 1803 and started facing the error message “C:\WINDOWS\system32\config\systemprofile\Desktop is unavailable.” So, in this informative blog, it is explained how to fix the “Desktop is unavailable” error message after updating windows 10 n simple techniques. 6[…]

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How to Quickly Solve Startup Problems in macOS Mojave

Any new product or software will mostly have bugs initially. It’s only after a patch release, bug fixes are made and the performance of the software/product will be improved. Similar is the case with the new Mac OS Mojave. Users have reported issues with Mojave like Mojave not installing properly, certain applications not working, Wi-Fi not working, a slow Mac, Mac start-up issues and many more. This blog post will address start-up issues after upgrading to Mac OS Mojave. Follow[…]

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5 Most Common macOS Mojave Problems and Solutions

Many Mac users are enthusiastic about the new mountain inspired Mac OS Mojave. The gorgeous dark mode, dynamic desktop and the smart ‘stacks’ feature to tidy up your Mac desktop are some of the most prominent features, users are excited about. But like it usually happens with new software, the new Mac OS Mojave also has some issues and glitches you should be aware of. This blog post will discuss 5 most common issues with Mojave and also provide solutions[…]

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How to Solve Mac Kernel Panic Error and Recover Lost Data

If you are a Mac user, you may have heard of the name ‘kernel panic’ and how a real panic sets in when you a kernel panic! As opposed to a single application crashing, a kernel panic is a system-wide crash that affects your entire Mac. Usually, when a kernel panic occurs, there is no warning and absolutely no way to save your work. What does a kernel panic look like? A kernel panic is usually a black screen which[…]

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You Can Boost Up Transfer Speeds in USB 3.0 With These Tricks

When you have a USB 3.0, it is expected that you have a good read/write speed of about 15-20 MB/seconds. However, Windows doesn’t automatically make this setting and hence you may encounter slow speeds when using USB 3.0. In order to resolve this problem, we provide some simple and effective solutions in this article. Read on to know how to get your USB 3.0 to transfer data at high speeds. Solution 1: Set the USB to provide ‘Better performance’ using[…]

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Things You Should Know If You are New to Mac

So you’ve finally made the decision and switched to a ‘Mac’ system after much thought. There are a couple of things you should know before using a Mac and here in this guide, we provide some helpful tips. You may find the keyboard different If you are a Windows user and switched to Mac, you will find that the keyboard is very different. You will need some time to get acquainted with the new keyboard and learn shortcuts. Here are[…]

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How to Roll Back your Windows 10 Upgrade

Many users are not happy after upgrading to Windows 10. They complain about incompatible programs, driver issues and express dissatisfaction in general. If you’re someone who has problems using Windows 10 and doesn’t wish to continue using it, you can consider rolling back to Windows 7 or 8.1. Thanks to Microsoft, this option is available and in this article, we will walk you through the process of rolling back and make the transition easy. Steps to rollback to Windows 7[…]

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‘System Restore’ not Working – Fix It for Windows

‘System Restore’ is a reliable troubleshooting method that is usually used when your PC has problems after making changes such as an upgrade or after installing drivers. Using System Restore will undo the changes made and restore your PC to a time when it was working fine. But what if System Restore throws an error? It can happen when it is not setup properly or when other software interferes. In this article, we explain some simple yet effective solutions to[…]

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How to Fix “Getting Windows ready, don’t turn off your computer” Problem

After updating Windows, you may encounter a message ‘Getting Windows ready, don’t turn off your computer’. Usually, this goes off after a while, but sometimes it stays for a longer time and your computer gets stuck at the same screen. This poses a problem as you cannot access your PC during this time. To help you resolve the error, we’ll provide you with some helpful tips in this article. Solution 1: Wait for 1-2 hours If your screen is stuck[…]

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How to Fix Start-up Problems with the Windows Start Up Repair Tool

Windows startup repair is one of the tools in the System Recovery menu used when the system does not boot normally. It is designed to fix damaged or missing system files that are necessary for booting the system normally. You can access this tool on your system or on the Windows installation disc. Method 1: Access startup repair from recovery menu If your PC doesn’t start, you can access the Windows startup repair tool by following the steps below. Restart[…]

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