26
Mar
2017

Everybody uses social networks. Everybody upload photos and infos on those social websites. But what happens when you want to get rid of a social account and, at the same time, you also want to make sure that all of your photos and bios are gone with it? Majority of the time you have no idea if after you delete your profile, you have done it for sure. In fact there are so many settings and options to choose from that sometimes you wonder if they guys behind those social websites are doing it on purpose! Today I want to talk about Instagram. Everybody knows it and some of you guys might even use it. Instagram lets you upload your favorite photos and modify them thanks to wonderful filters. It also has got a very nice chat that lets you speak with your friends. But I do not want to talk about its features. I just want to talk to about what steps you have to take in order to delete its account or even temporary disable it (very useful when you are not going to use Instagram for a certain period of time!)  Continue reading »





20
Mar
2017

gmailIt’s very common to delete important emails. It is even more common to empty the trash bin thus making your important emails and attachments unrecoverable…more or less. In fact if your emails are downloaded in an email client, in your PC, this can be a real life saver since there are some interesting programs that can recover emails from an emptied trash bin! You might want to have a look, for example, at this program: Undelete-All. However, there are other cases where is not that simple to recover and restore your deleted messages and emails from the trash bin. Wanna an example? I am talking about Gmail. In the unfortunate event that you are not using an Email Client and you use the Gmail Web version (like I do), once you delete your emails from the trash bin, in your Gmail account, they are gone. Forever. But, there is a last try you can use as a last option…  Continue reading »





15
Mar
2017

Today I want to talk to an error that shows up in Windows 10 as well as in Windows 8, 8.1 and even 7. The error, aka “Age Fault in Nonpaged Area” triggers after a power outage (usually) and  the result is that Windows shows a BDSD (Blue Screen of Death). Furthermore, if you try to restart the system, it will loop at bootup or, after a while, it could even shows the following error: “END: QUIT, 0X00000050”. Let’s see what steps you can take to solve this issue!  Continue reading »





08
Mar
2017

One of the most annoying things in Windows 10 is, without any doubt, its advertisement system that nags you every now and then in different locations of your Windows 10 without any apparent way to turn it off. It constantly pushes you to try Microsoft Edge,  buy stuff from Windows Store and now it wants to convince you to buy space on One Drive. Today I want to talk to about a very annoying ads that pop ups (not always) when you open File Explorer (aka Windows Explorer). Let’s see how to get rid of it and disable it in a few easy steps!  Continue reading »





06
Mar
2017

Error 0xc000007b is one of the most dreaded errors in the whole Windows OS history. As a matter of fact, it prevents you from running a lot of software and apps on your computer.  This error is due to an incompatibility between 32 bit and 64 bit system. In fact, usually, error 0xc000007b shows up after a Windows upgrade from Windows 10, Windows 8 or Windows 7  32 bit to 64 bit. Lets see how to fix it and let your most favorite software run smoothly on your Windows.  Continue reading »





02
Mar
2017

More and more websites and blogs are moving to https protocol that is more secure and give security to its users. Https protocol is also a guarantee for those users that want to buy items from certain websites and may be at loss to know if the website is a trusted and secure one or not. Certificate information, under Chrome, (but this is true for majority of web browsers) can be easily found in the web address bar, by clicking the padlock icon. By clicking on such padlock the users can immediately know if the certificate in OK, up-to-date, who released it and other useful information that can reassure him on the trustworthiness of the website. Well, Google, to make things a little more complicated and trickier,  decided to move the display of this information a couple of clicks away so that you won’t find the padlock on the web address anymore. Let’s see how to display the certificate information under Google ChromeContinue reading »





28
Feb
2017

Google App Launcher is a very handy tool, located on the top, right side of your Google page (the small square made out of 9 small square dots…got it?) that, once clicked, shows you all the most important Google apps you can use. Among the other apps you can find: Gmail, Google plus, YouTube, Google calendar and so on. The launcher is, without any doubt, very useful, but it lacks of any chances to customize it the way you want. When I say “customize” I mean that you can not change the order of the apps or add shortcuts. They stay like that, without any way to place the most used ones on top of the list. Let’s see how  customize this Google App Launcher thanks to a very nice, free addon available for your Google Chrome!  Continue reading »





24
Feb
2017

Every now and then, while turning on your PC equipped with Windows 10, Windows 8 and 7, you might be faced with the following error message “No Internet Secured” while you or your Windows is trying to gain access to an Internet Wi-Fi indicating that Internet access was not available. So, let’s see how to fix this error (most probably a bug related to the IPv6  protocol) with the following simple trick!  Continue reading »






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