How to Run Portable Versions of Windows

If you travel frequently but don’t want to bring a laptop, or work regularly with computers that don’t have the applications you need, choose Windows portable. With portable Windows, you have less to carry and all your preferences are with you.

What Is Windows To Go?

With Windows To Go, you can install a full Windows 10/8.1/8 operating system on an external hard drive or USB stick. This makes your USB a portable Windows environment, similar to a Linux distribution designed to work via a USB port. With Windows To Go, you can take the active Windows system everywhere with you and use it on any computer. read more

How To Fix: Stuck Pixel on Your PC Screen

A dead pixel or one stuck to a TFT, OLED or LCD screen monitor is incredibly boring. You can’t help but stare at it for days and wonder how long it will take to repair or replace it. All this for something so insignificant, but as irritating as a “dead” pixel that was easy to fix.

But before you bring the object back to the store, see if you can fix the dead pixel yourself! This, if done carefully, will not affect your warranty and can save you a lot of time and worry.

Make sure the pixel is stuck and not dead.

While the terms “stuck” and “dead” are often used interchangeably for defective pixels, fixed pixels can be fixed, while dead pixels cannot be fixed. If your pixel displays a certain color other than black or changes color depending on the background, it will most likely be inserted. read more

How to recover dbx files

Outlook Express is an application other than the Microsoft Office Outlook email client delivered with Microsoft Office for Windows. Outlook Express comes with Internet Explorer and uses *.dbx files to store emails.

However, these archive files can be corrupted, which can lead to serious data loss, nowadays when e-mail has become the most popular form of communication, considering that if no data is available, it can cause serious financial or time loss for an individual or company.

Multiple causes of DBX file corruption read more

How to recover mbx files

Microsoft Outlook Express creates a file format for the e-mail extension to store the message data on the user’s computer. These files are usually stored in folders that match the Outlook mailbox folders, such as Inbox or Sent Items. Folders are also saved with the extension.mbx. This file format is supported by the previous version of Microsoft Outlook Express for previous versions of Windows, such as Windows NT, Windows 95, Windows 2000, etc. Later, it was replaced by the DBX file format with the introduction of Microsoft Outlook to manage mailboxes. read more

How to repair corrupted Outlook Express folder

Email losses are largely attributed to DBX corruption. When you receive emails in your inbox, these messages are stored in a single file, usually called a DBX file. DBX files are provided with the DBX extension and named according to the folder where the emails are located. If a DBX file is corrupted, there are several ways to fix it. This article discusses two methods for recovering a corrupted DBX file. The first method is the compression method. It uses the compression utility to compress and remove inconsistencies or redundant information in the DBX file. The second method is the forwarding method, which attempts to move all emails from a corrupted folder to a working folder. read more

How do I repair DBX files in Outlook Express?

Although Microsoft has abandoned Outlook Express, some people still use this old email client. It is included in versions 3.0 to 6.0 of Internet Explorer. As an email client, it allows users to send and receive emails. All you need to do is configure at least one POP3 (Post Office Protocol) or IMAP (Internet Messaging Access Protocol) e-mail account. Like the Outlook client, it also stores email messages in an Outlook Express email folder called a DBX file. By default, DBX files are located in the Documents and Settings folder of the user directory and in the Stores folder. read more

How do I recover Outlook emails?

So….. you recently deleted some important emails, and you need to get them back? Don’t worry about it! Fortunately, there is a solution, even if you have deleted your deleted object folder. Indeed, if you delete your emails, contacts and other items in Microsoft Outlook from your inbox and folder Deleted Items, Microsoft Outlook will keep them for some time before deleting them permanently.

What is a PST file?

PST is the abbreviation for Personal Storage Folder. A PST file is a personal folder file in MS Outlook. This is Outlook’s default storage limit of 2 GB. It is used to store copies of emails, calendars, contacts, notes and other items. read more

Recover deleted Outlook Express emails

E-mail communication is becoming the most popular means of communication. Many businesses and organizations perform their regular email operations when these emails are damaged; these businesses face many difficulties and need software or email recovery tools to solve such serious problems. Microsoft Outlook and Outlook Express are the best-known email clients ever developed in the world.

The complete integration of email, calendar and contact management makes Outlook the ideal client for many business users. Despite the large installation base of these email clients due to the popularity of Windows, they have not been able to eliminate the common problems that cause damage to the memory files of the email databases of these two emails. read more

Outlook Express inbox emails have disappeared

Outlook Express and Windows Mail store your emails in large files called DBX files, there is a DBX file for each Outlook Express folder, such as the inbox, sent items and any other folder you have created yourself. If DBX files still exist, you should be able to retrieve emails from them. To do this, you can use an external DBX drive to query DBX files and see if emails exist.

A common confusion for Outlook under Windows 2000 and Windows XP is that each Windows user account receives its own set of Outlook Express mail folders by default. So, if you are using multiple accounts on Windows, you may simply be connected to another account and look at a different set of folders. read more

How to Fix: Windows Green Screen of Death

Everyone has heard about the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) that appears when your Windows PC crashes. But did you know that Windows 10 also has Green Screen of Death?

The green screen of death only appears when you run an Insider Preview version of Windows 10. It’s the same as the blue death screen, and the same error messages are displayed.

In other words, anything that causes a death blue screen in a normal version of Windows 10 will cause a death green screen in a preview version of Windows 10. The only difference is that this screen shows that you are using a “Windows Insider Build” and that it has a green background instead of a blue background. read more