Fix GeForce Experience Preparing to Install Error

Problems updating NVIDIA drivers? Is Geforce Experience stuck in its preparation for installation? In this tutorial, I will show you some ways to remedy this situation.

When you reinstall your operating system from scratch, Windows usually installs most of the drivers so that it can run normally.

However, there are always two drivers that you have to install manually from the official website, and make sure you keep them up to date. One of these drivers is your video card, mainly when you use your computer to play games. read more

Fix: An update is being prepared for your device, but it’s not quite ready yet

A new notification will appear on Windows 10 devices that are not ready to receive the Windows 10 May 2019 update. Version 1903 of Windows 10, also known as the May 2019 update, has recently been made available to those who have manually checked for an update via the Windows Settings application. Although the update is available, this does not mean that all devices can download it. This is due to the fact that some hardware is not supported and some devices do not have the necessary drivers to upgrade to Windows 10 version 1903. read more

How to Send GIFs on WhatsApp

A GIF is a fun way to communicate with friends, as users send moving images that support their thoughts, feelings or moods. With WhatsApp, users can send and receive GIFs, and the application has a library of stored GIFs. Senders can edit the image as a static image and add a caption.

To create your own WhatsApp GIFs

If you can’t find the right GIF for you, you can create your own GIF.

  • Just tap the paper clip icon in the upper right corner and select the gallery.
  • Then select a video that you want to convert to a GIF.
  • You will be taken to a video editor, where you will need to tap the camcorder icon in the top right corner.
  • You can then edit the video, which should be no longer than six seconds.
  • Then add a caption if necessary, and press the green arrow to send it.

Sending GIFs in WhatsApp on Android

To send GIFs to Android, you really have to dig deep, because it’s not at all obvious how to do it. It’s hidden behind a small button in a sub-menu, so you first need to press the emoticon in the lower left corner of the screen. read more

How to Disable and Stop Chrome Notifications

Desktop notifications are one of the best features of modern browsers. They allow you to preview emails, football scores, or even instant messages, so you can quickly check for updates without leaving work. But this can be a bit overwhelming, especially if it contains spam and advertising. If too many sites have started sending notifications, or if you need to turn off all the noise, you should turn off Google Chrome notifications. The procedure is quite simple.

To learn how to stop Google Chrome notifications, click here. read more

How to Charge Nintendo Switch without a Dock

Depending on the game you’re playing, the Nintendo Switch can take from two to six hours to complete. If you want to continue playing after this short period of time, you will need to recharge it. However, you don’t need the Nintendo Switch Dock for this. The Switch is charged via USB type C for use with portable chargers.

The Nintendo Switch is charged in the same way as the A and O of the systems. And it certainly makes the dream of playing big games on the big screen TV come true and you can switch to mobile games in the car, on the bus or in the middle of the park. But this possibility of playing at home or on the move poses a not-so-subtle problem: how to maintain the load in all these situations? read more

How to Fix Account Notice Office 365 Error

When migrating from Exchange to Office 365 or vice versa, you can choose to import your own e-mails, contacts and other mailbox information. However, if you disable the licenses for any of the services, you may encounter invisible problems. For example, a yellow warning bar may appear above an Office application that contains the following message:

Account Notice – We’ve run into a problem with your Office 365 subscription, and we need your help to fix it.

Check to see if you have a license.

  • First, make sure you are logged in. If not, log in with your school or work account.
  • Navigate to the browser header, then go to Settings and then to My Application Settings. Finally, go to Desktop 365.
  • When you’re on the My Account page, select Subscriptions
  • You should then be able to view all the services you are currently authorized to use, including the latest version of Office, OneDrive for Business, SharePoint Online or Exchange Online.

If you do not see the latest Office desktop version in the list, it is likely that your administrator has not assigned you an Office license. read more

How to Disable Administrative Shares in Windows Server

By default, Windows creates hidden shared folders. These folders are identified by a dollar sign ($) at the end of the share name and are therefore hidden. Hidden shares are those that are not listed when you view network shares on a computer in the network node of File Explorer or when you use the net view command. Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, and even Vista and XP create hidden administrative shares that administrators, programs, and services can use to manage the computing environment on the network. In this article, I will show you two ways to disable these actions. read more

How to Test WAN Network Performance

Measuring network performance has always been a difficult and unclear task, because most engineers and administrators are not sure which approach is best for their LAN or WAN.

A common (and very simple) method for testing network performance is to run a simple file transfer from one end (usually a workstation) to another end (usually a server), but this method is often discussed by engineers, and there are good reasons for this: When we perform file transfers, we measure not only the transfer speed, but also the disk delays at both ends of the data stream. It is very likely that the target will be able to accept higher transfer rates than the source can send, or vice versa. These bottlenecks, caused by hard disks, the queuing mechanism of the operating system or other hardware components, cause undesirable delays that ultimately lead to incorrect results. read more

How to Add a Another User Profile to Microsoft Edge

Microsoft’s new chromium-powered Edge Insider browser supports profiles, a feature that will be new to Edge users currently included in Windows 10. Profiles allow multiple people to use a single browser installation. They can also be used to split your data so that you don’t have to switch to incognito mode or use another browser to access work pages.

Profiles have their own individual identity. Bookmarks, settings and extensions you add to one profile do not take effect in any of the other profiles. Profiles are therefore ideal for sharing access to your browser with another user or for separating your work and personal browsing. read more

How to Enable Focus Mode in Microsoft Edge

To improve navigation in Microsoft Edge, Microsoft has adopted the Chromium source code. This has resulted in the Chromium version of Microsoft Edge, which has many interesting features. The focus mode is one of these features. You can activate the focus mode via the “Flags” page of Microsoft Edge Chromium. With this guide, you can easily activate focus mode in Microsoft Edge Chromium and then use it for any tab. Before you hurry, let’s review some of the important points related to focus mode in Microsoft Edge Chromium. read more