Archive for : November, 2016

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4 Quick Fixes for Not Responding Softwares

Is your PC not performing as it should? There are many reason to it, one being the softwares you use are not compatible with your hardware, or they are not properly optimized. To help you out, we are listing the possibilities with their solution. Check them out!

4 Quick Fixes for Not Responding Softwares

Outdated Drivers

Outdated drivers can force crash softwares. Both hardware and software needs to in unison for productivity. This is where drivers come in. They help the software to communicate with the hardware. If your drivers are not updated from time to time, you will suffer from compatibility issues that may lead to a system crash.

Incompatible Software

This should come as no surprise that we all get our hands on incompatible software every now and then. Software errors can cause your system to crash, so make sure the software you get is compatible with your OS.

Hardware Issues

This is yet another reason why your system isn’t working as it should. If components of your system lose their efficiency, you will face automatic shut downs and other problems. For instance, if the computer senses cooling fans have malfunctioned, and won’t keep things cool, the system will automatically shut down itself to preserve components.

Not Optimizing Your System

This is yet another reason why you are facing softwares issues. Not optimizing your system for future use affects its overall performance. You need to optimize your PC if you want to enjoy the latest software releases. Fail to do that, and you will face errors, and automatic shut downs.

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Make sure you have installed a driver utility (supported by your manufacturer or OS Support Team) that makes sure all drivers are updated, your system is properly optimized and safe from malware. Better, it should protect your privacy and identify dangerous adware tracking cookies that steal important data from your system.

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A Safe Guide for Android Update

There is a way with android update and handling it the right way. Unfortunately, people don’t care about these details, and they lack a perfect android experience. To help you for a bug free android update, we are giving a few tips that will minimize your chances of failure, if followed properly.

A Safe Guide for Android Update

Back Up Everything

This is the first step you need to do before you get an android update. You better keep a recent back up ready at all times. The more backups you have, the better. Make your backup in more than one location to be safe. Get a cloud service if possible, copy your files to computer with USB cable, email your stuff, and do whatever needs to be done.

Charge Up

When it comes to update your phone, it is important that you fully charge it up. You don’t want the power run out during the update. So make sure the battery is properly charge. Start the update when your battery is 70-80%. It will keep you on the safe side.

Last Minute Screenshots

You better take some last minute snapshots and email them to yourself before you can start. If you use some other android launcher, you can save the home search preferences, but not with a stock launcher.  There are many reminders which help you set your phone as it was. The update wont reset your phone, but this may show the importance of taking screenshots.

Try the factor reset and start from scratch approach if you are not happy with the changes.

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Wipe Chase

People say there is no need of factory reset after the android update, well they are wrong because you should clear the system cache every time you install firmware. It is an easy and quick way to clear battery drain bugs and performance issues.