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How To Fix Msvcr100.dll Not Found Errors

How To Fix Msvcr100.dll Not Found Errors

There are many specific computer files that have to be on your computer to get some applications and software programs work effectively. These files are popular as DLL files, and they may be found in games too. Apps made with Visual C generally require a file known as MSVCR100.DLL. This […]

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How To Fix Xinput1_3.dll Errors

How To Fix Xinput1_3.dll Errors

In the following article you’ll learn tips on how to fix the Xinput1_3.dll error. Precisely What Are DLL Files? With the help of DLL files, in this instance the Xinput1_3.dll file, a number of software applications express exactly the same features. Imagine that you are working on Microsoft windows based […]

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Great Kitchen Renovation Tricks

Great Kitchen Renovation Tricks

You made a renovation of the interior of your entire property about six years ago and now almost everything is still up to date but this does not apply for your kitchen which is already showing signs of age. Am I right? Like it or not, what’s happening to your […]

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Interior Design 2015: 5 Steps to a More Elegant Home

Interior Design 2015: 5 Steps to a More Elegant Home

Dwell Magazine’s survey on interior designers revealed that among the common design mistakes, lack of a cohesive style thread and diving in with no direction topped the list. Follow the experts’ advice and start planning your 2015 design journey now. Whether you’re leaning toward ultra modern, rustic or romantic, your […]

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A Step-by-Step Guide to Connect to a Wireless Network in Windows 8

A Step-by-Step Guide to Connect to a Wireless Network in Windows 8

In the last years, the WiFi (wireless fidelity) technology became more and more popular among people owning tablets, smartphones or laptops. If you own at least one such device, you will want to connect it to the Internet via WiFi or Mobile Broadband. Even though you can get online via […]

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Using the Charms Menu in Windows 8

Using the Charms Menu in Windows 8

As we already know, the start button is gone from Windows 8 even though it is now officially back in Windows 8.1 when booting to the desktop option. The start button was replaced in version 8 with the Charms Menu. Basically it pops out from the right side of the […]

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How to Restore the Classic Start Menu in Windows 8

How to Restore the Classic Start Menu in Windows 8

With Windows 8, Microsoft wanted to make sure the Start screen is the only option for users to navigate thru programs and computer settings and completely removed the Classic Start menu. I can't understand the thinking behind completely removing the start menu in favor of Metro. However, a large majority […]

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Easy Tutorial to Enable PIN Logon in Windows 8

Easy Tutorial to Enable PIN Logon in Windows 8

Windows 8 allows users to login using a PIN code (4 digits). It is the easiest and quickest method. Instead of typing a password you just enter the 4 digits and will be logged in instantly. Here is how to setup the PIN login option on Windows 8: 1. On […]

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Ten Easy Steps to Setup a Picture Password on Windows 8

Ten Easy Steps to Setup a Picture Password on Windows 8

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65_K9pwXWSg] Windows 8 features a new innovative method of logging on or unlocking your computer without using the keyboard: to set touch points on an image as account password. You can choose which image you want to use and, by clicking parts of that image such as hands, face, […]

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What to Do when Windows 8 Is Constantly Restarting?

What to Do when Windows 8 Is Constantly Restarting?

When Windows 8 encounters a critical error, there’s sometimes the possibility to automatically restart. This is not a problem anyway but it becomes a real issue when the computer is constantly restarting and never showing up the windows interface. You have the possibility to to disable the automatic restart as […]

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The Blue Screen of Death-BSOD in Windows 8

The Blue Screen of Death-BSOD in Windows 8

Although not seen too frequently in Windows 8, the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) is still a common issue for the users of his version of Windows OS. When the BSOD appears, there’s a clear sign that Windows has undoubtedly “died”. The good thing is BSOD provides the users with […]

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Why Not Install Uncertified Software in Windows

Why Not Install Uncertified Software in Windows

Starting with Windows XP, people used to say that the maximum number of programs Windows can handle without becoming unstable or even crashing, is 30. Should it be a real statement or just a supposition, what’s certain-the more software you install and open on your computer, the more unstable the […]

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