Fix: Device Not Migrated

If you are a Windows user and you recently upgraded to Windows 10 then you might see the Device not migrated error. This error won’t show up on your screen like usual errors do but it’s an event that you can see from the device manager. If you upgrade to Windows 10 or update your Windows 10 and one (or …

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How to Unregister Wine File Associations in Linux

Whether you use Wine to run critical business applications or just play a bunch of fun games that are only available for Microsoft Windows, Wine will actually start to register file associations for the different extensions that Windows programs use. You might not want to have old ones from programs you’ve uninstalled lying around, and you might actually have some …

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Fix: Windows 10 Display Issues or Stretched Screen

A number of users reported that they were experiencing problems on their screen from the last couple of months. This problem resurfaced after the Fall Creators Update 1709. This problem also includes pixels broken and text being distorted from one side. There are a number of workarounds available to tackle this problem. Take a look. Solution 1: Changing Display Settings …

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How to Tell if You’re Using SATA or PATA on Linux

Traditional Parallel ATA disks still exist to some degree alongside SATA drives. You may be used to calling PATA by the name IDE or a number of other names. Should you be running an active machine, you probably don’t want to open up the case just to see what kind of interface your system is using. Those who have certain …

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How to Reset and Fix a Slow Macbook, Pro or an iMac

With computers, it’s always the same story. You buy a new MacBook Pro or iMac, and it works flawlessly. But, after a while, they may not work the way they used to. Sometimes the performance is slowing down. Or you continually see error messages. Maybe your Mac is frequently crashing. Or you it cannot run your favorite software. In other …

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Google Announces Android Oreo Go Edition for Entry-Level Phones in India

  Google’s Android One was recently resurrected and called the Android Go. As with the earlier Android One, the Go also promises an optimised hardware and better performance for budget Android smartphones. We have already seen the Android Go based on Nougat in smartphones like Mi A1 and now Google has announced Android Oreo (Go Edition) at an event in …

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