Solved: Sticky Notes Get Stuck When `Loading`

Solved: Sticky Notes Get Stuck When `Loading`

Your Sticky Notes may not load if the installation of the Sticky Notes app is corrupted. In addition, competing applications (such as OneNote) may also cause the aforementioned error.

Users encounter this problem (usually after upgrading their operating system or application) when they try to start Sticky Notes and it freezes on startup (or the screen turns gray/closes) and they have to close it via the Task Manager.

Before you get to the solutions to fix Sticky Notes in Windows 10, be sure to close the Sticky Notes app through Task Manager and back it up to keep your notes safe. read more

Repair: Galaxy Buds Can’t Connect to Windows

Repair: Galaxy Buds Can't Connect to Windows

Samsung Galaxy Buds are not the best wireless headphones on the market. Sure, they got better with the Buds plus update, but I personally haven’t had a good experience with them. I also use them a lot on my PC. In this article, I will show you how to connect Samsung headphones to your laptop via Bluetooth.

The first thing I noticed about my Galaxy Buds was that the volume was too low. Especially when I used them outside, I could barely hear the music playing. I even had problems with the Buds’ microphone, which seems to have been solved with software updates, and I solved the low volume problem by using larger headphones. read more

Fix: Explorer.exe does not start on Windows 10 startup

Fix: Explorer.exe does not start on Windows 10 startup

A corrupted Windows registry can cause all sorts of problems. Some of you may have encountered a problem where after logging in, only a blank screen appears on your computer. No desktop, no taskbar!  This may be because explorer.exe, which should have started automatically, did not start at all.

While some registry errors can cause this problem, it is also possible that the problem is caused by a virus infection that is preventing Windows File Explorer from running.

Why explorer.exe doesn’t start when you start Windows 10?

Why explorer.exe doesn't start when you start Windows 10?

If explorer.exe doesn’t load when you start your computer, it could be a sign of file corruption, a system error, or the presence of a virus. The problem is usually limited to this file and can often be solved by removing viruses from your computer and using system scanning and recovery utilities. You can also try to solve the problem by turning to a registry editor. These tools are available to anyone with administrator privileges. Therefore, you may need to contact your system administrator before making changes. read more

Troubleshooting Remote Desktop: Your Credentials Did Not Work

Troubleshooting Remote Desktop: Your Credentials Did Not Work

Problems logging into Remote Desktop are common. When trying to connect to the Remote Desktop network, many users get the following error message: “Your credentials did not match, login attempt failed.” When you encounter this problem, the first step is obviously to verify your credentials.

However, many users found that the credentials were correct and in many cases worked without problems. Users have reported this problem in new versions of the operating system and immediately after reinstalling Windows. read more

How to Repair: OneDrive error code 0x80070185 in Windows 10

How to Repair: OneDrive error code 0x80070185 in Windows 10

OneDrive is Microsoft’s cloud-based solution for almost all of your online needs. You can use it to download and store your files, photos, videos, and other documents and access them at any time. However, some Microsoft OneDrive users complain that they get error code 0x80070185 when trying to access and download files using a Windows 10 PC.

The full error message reads as follows,

“Error 0x80070185: Cloud operation failed.”

What is the cause of Windows 10 OneDrive error code 0x80070185?

What is the cause of Windows 10 OneDrive error code 0x80070185?

There can be several reasons for this error, such as increased file size, corrupted installation files or certificates, cache problems, Windows registry problems, internet connection problems, antivirus or firewall problems, etc. read more

Resolved: Search Results in the Mail App Disappear when Clicked

Resolved: Search Results in the Mail App Disappear when Clicked

Microsoft has significantly improved the built-in Mail app in Windows 10. But even with the improved version, some users report that they can’t receive emails or search results in the mail app disappear when clicked.

Not being able to see search results in the mail app when clicked can be a big problem. Therefore, we have prepared a few solutions that we hope will be enough to solve the problem of search results in the mail app disappearing when clicked.

Before proceeding to solve the problem, first, check if restarting your system and router will solve it. Sometimes the problem can be solved by restarting the system. So, let’s start with our guide. read more

Bug fix: The Mapped Drive is Disconnected After Rebooting

Bug fix: The Mapped Drive is Disconnected After Rebooting

A mapped network drive is one of the most useful things a computer user can do. Think of it as a storage device that is not technically integrated and not part of your installation, but allows you to store and access your data as if it were hosted locally. It works like a storage drive that you have full access to but is physically stored on another computer.

The ability to map devices is present in most modern computer setups – whether it’s computers or phones. These mapped drives are widely used by people to store files that take up a lot of space on a network with a lot of disk space, while still being able to use them locally. read more

Fix: Empty area at the top of the screen when maximizing the window

Fix: Empty area at the top of the screen when maximizing the window

Some Windows 10 users have reported that when maximizing an application window, such as a browser (Chrome, IE, etc.) or program, a blank or black area appears at the top. The rest of the screen looks and behaves normally. This problem bothers many users, and if you are one of them, here is the solution to fix it.

In this article, we will look at some of the best methods to solve the empty area at the top of the screen problem.

What causes a blank area at the top of the screen in a maximized window?

What causes a blank area at the top of the screen in a maximized window?

If your user profile is corrupted, you may get a blank/empty area at the top of the maximized window when setting up multiple monitors. In addition, the protected view and hardware acceleration of Office applications can also cause the error in question. read more

How to resolve: `The application you are trying to install is not a Microsoft-verified app`

How to resolve: `The application you are trying to install is not a Microsoft-verified app`

The flexibility of the Windows operating system increases with each version and update. It allows you to download and install all kinds of applications on your computer. This freedom can lead to significant risks if left unchecked.

To help us protect our computers, Windows publishes only trusted applications in the Microsoft Store. Software downloaded from other sources outside of the Microsoft Store can contain malware or bugs. That’s why the system is configured by default not to install applications that have not been verified by Microsoft. read more

Bug fix: Windows Snipping Tool Shortcut does not Work

Bug fix: Windows Snipping Tool Shortcut does not Work

Snipping Tool is a proprietary Windows screen capture tool that also allows you to edit screen captures. You can launch the Snipping Tool from the Windows -> Snipping Tool Search menu.

It works fine, but if you use the new “Windows key + Shift + s on your keyboard” key combination, you can use it to create a screenshot. But it does not allow you to edit or save this screenshot.

In this guide, you will learn how to fix this problem on your computer in a few simple steps.

What is the reason why the Windows Snipping Tool shortcut doesn’t work properly?

What is the reason why the Windows Snipping Tool shortcut doesn't work properly?

More often than not, programs like Snipping Tool do not respond because there is a temporary error in the application. You can easily solve this problem by restarting Snipping Tool. read more