Bluetooth does not work under Windows 10/8/7

If your Bluetooth devices do not work properly on a computer running Windows 10, Windows 8 or Windows 7, you need to update the device drivers, check the status of the two associated services and apply this Microsoft patch to see if anything helps.

Bluetooth does not work under Windows

1] Update your Bluetooth drivers . This helps to solve the problem in most cases.

2] For Bluetooth to work, the Bluetooth, Bluetooth Device Monitor, Bluetooth OBEX Service and Bluetooth Support Services must work correctly, so make sure they are running and working. To do this, run services.msc to open the Service Manager. Check that they are set to Automatic (delayed) and that the service is started and running. If this is not the case, click the Start Service button to start the service. Let’s see if it helps. read more

Enable high contrast themes in Windows 10 / 8.1

Windows 10 / 8 have a high contrast ratio of 14:1 between the foreground and background. In earlier versions of Windows, the high-contrast mode was limited to themes running under classic themes that were not visually designed. But in Windows 8, Windows Server 2012 and above, Classic mode has been removed and replaced by visually designed, high-contrast themes.

The user interface components that are modified in high contrast themes are:

  1. Background color of windows
  2. Text color
  3. Hyperlink color
  4. Text off
  5. Foreground and background colors of selected text
  6. Foreground and background colors of selected text
  7. Front colors
  8. Inactive foreground and background colors
  9. Foreground and background colors of foreground and background color buttons.

High Contrast Themes in Windows

If you want to temporarily enable high contrast subjects, press Alt left, Left Shift and PrtScr. Do you want to set a high contrast. read more

Make sense of Microsoft’s free upgrade strategy for Windows 10

A few days ago, we reported how the free upgrade policy for Windows 10 confuses and disappoints the real users of the operating system. Today, I give my opinion on what I think of this policy.

It is Microsoft’s strategy to give everyone a free Windows 10 upgrade. This strategy is translucent, if not totally transparent. I mean, I get the impression that Microsoft offers updates for people moving from hacked Windows 8.1 to Windows 10. Most articles say that even pirated copies of Windows 8 can be upgraded to Windows 10, but are not considered authentic and therefore do not receive any further updates. That’s what Microsoft is saying right now. But it doesn’t have to be the idea of implementing the same thing. And I’m also sure it’s not about not providing updates for people upgrading to a hacked Windows 8.1, Windows 8 or Windows 7. read more

Error 0x80246007 when installing the OneNote application

We all know that OneNote is a practical application for taking notes when you are on the move. In Windows 8.1 or later, the application is preinstalled with the operating system. However, if you did not receive the application pre-installed or uninstalled accidentally, you can get it from Windows Store. We have already shared patches for some common error codes such as 0×80070005, 0×80240437, 0x8024001e, 0x8024600e, 0x8024600e, 0x80073cf9, 0x80244018 during the installation of Windows Store applications. When installing OneNote, we recently found the following error code, which is slightly different: read more

How to check the BIOS version under Windows 10

This article shows you how to check the current BIOS version in a Windows 10/8.1/8/7 computer with Windows Registry, WMI Command, System Information Tool (MSINFO32.exe) or DirectX Diagnostic Tool (DXDiag). BIOS stands for Basic Input/Output System and is a type of firmware that is integrated into the hardware and is used during and to start a computer.

Read : Check if your PC uses UEFI or BIOS.

Check BIOS version

You may need to check your BIOS version if you plan to update the BIOS. Of course, it’s another question of whether you want to do it or whether you should do it. However, there are several ways to do this. Let’s take a look at her. read more

Disable management tools under Windows 8/10

If you are a system administrator, you may have your reasons for hiding, removing or disabling administration tools in Windows 8.1 and preventing users from using them. This article shows how to display it in the Start Search menu or turn it off using the Group Policy Editor and Registry Editor.

Display management on the Home screen

Switch to the Windows 8.1 start screen, move the mouse pointer to the lower right corner of your computer screen to open Charms and select the’Settings’ option. Then select’Tile’ in the displayed section. read more

Are screen savers necessary and are they still necessary?

Screen savers are a visual delight and there are many on the Internet. But are screen savers no longer necessary? A screen saver is nothing more than a computer program that fills the screen with abstract images or patterns. It is activated when the computer is not used for a certain period of time. The original idea was to prevent phosphor from burning on cathode ray tubes and plasma screens. But since most of us now use LCD monitors, they are mainly used for entertainment or security purposes.

If screensavers are more necessary

Colored and animated screensavers are beautiful and sometimes give you a feeling of freshness and enthusiasm. In the 90s and 2000s, they were abundant and those that were beautifully animated were madness. At the time, they were also needed because of the CRT monitors. But as we get closer to LCD monitors, screensavers are activated mainly for security reasons. read more

Compression of the system under Windows 10

As the release of Windows 10 approaches, Microsoft gives more information about the new operating system, which should suit all devices. In yesterday’s blog, Microsoft explained how Windows 10 uses system compression techniques to save space on devices. In other words, how does Windows 10 manage to run with less storage space on local memory in tablets, laptops and phones.

How Windows 10 saves space on devices

Windows 10 uses two different factors so that the operating system takes up as little space as possible. It must adapt to a variety of devices with different memory limits and under these conditions it will not be possible if the operating system takes up a lot of space. Less storage also means faster operation of the operating system. read more

Microsoft account privacy settings harden

Microsoft respects the privacy of its users, giving them complete control over the privacy settings of your Microsoft account. If you want to avoid online threats and dangers, it is very important to keep your online accounts safe and secure. Always remember to adjust your privacy settings when creating an online account.

Microsoft account is used to connect to Outlook.com, Hotmail.com and other email addresses. It can also be used to connect to other Microsoft services and devices such as Windows computers, Xbox Live, Windows Phone and so on. We have already seen some security measures that can be taken to protect your Microsoft account. Today we will talk about the privacy settings that Microsoft Account has to offer in this article. read more

Lenovo’s SuperFish Removal Tool automatically uninstalls the malware

Lenovo was in the news – all for the wrong reason! After it was discovered that Lenovo had installed SuperFish malware on their computers, there was an alarm call. Lenovo has now released a SuperFish Removal Tool that can automatically uninstall malware from its laptops and computers.

SuperFish removal tool

This is a simple portable executable file that does not need to be installed. Once you have downloaded it to your computer, close all your web browsers and launch the tool.

Click the Scan button and remove SuperFish now. The tool searches your system for SuperFish registry entries, root certificates, and program files. It also cleans Firefox browser root certificates if you have installed it on your PC. This scanning is fast and takes about 10-15 seconds. read more