Configuring the Send “Do Not Track” Requests Option on Microsoft Edge

Online advertisers rely on tracking data to target their advertising and marketing campaigns. This tracking data usually consists of cookies, browsing history, location information, and other information that is often shared with users.

Just as there is a Do Not Call registry for telemarketers, users can ask Web sites to hide their data from marketers, advertisers, and other intermediaries.

Do Not Track is a privacy setting available in most Web browsers, such as Microsoft Edge. This setting is an HTTP header field that is sent to websites by the web browser. The DNT header tells servers that the user reflects one of three value commands: read more

Fixed: DLG_FLAGS_SEC_CERT_DATE_INVALID on Internet Explorer or Edge

Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge are two web browsers developed by Microsoft. Although there are better browsers than Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge, some Windows users still prefer not to upgrade and use the good old browsers. This is especially true for businesses because the latter two browsers integrate easily with Active Directory, which implements group policies for users. But when it comes to time and new browsers offering many advanced features and services, Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge are certainly not the best competitors. But it does have its merits. read more

How to Prevent Mouse Pointer Auto-Selecting when Hovering Over a Hyperlink on Windows 10

Does the mouse pointer on your computer select something automatically when you hover over it for a few seconds? Some Windows 10 users are complaining about a similar problem on the forum. If you encounter the same problem, don’t worry.

In this article, we are going to share some simple solutions with which you can easily solve this problem. But before we move on to more serious solutions, read what causes the issue,  it will help you understand your problem quickly.

Why does the mouse pointer automatically select when hovering over a hyperlink?

All Windows devices come standard with an auto-select feature. Although it may vary depending on the version of windows you are using, it basically does the same thing. This feature can be activated without your consent for a number of reasons. Whatever the reason, it is important to disable it, especially if you have not enabled this feature yourself. When this auto-select feature is enabled, users notice a floating selection problem. read more

How to Fix uTorrent Disk Overloaded Error in Windows

Many users report that the “uTorrent Disk Overloaded” error occurs when the download speed reaches 4-5MB/s. When file pre-sharing is disabled, the “uTorrent Disk Overloaded” error causes too much data to be written to the hard drive at the same time. This error can also occur when downloading multiple large files at the same time.

After studying numerous reports and user reports, we have explored several effective troubleshooting methods. Let’s see how to fix uTorrent disk overload. read more

Repair: Google Chrome Not Showing Most Visited Thumbnails

A surprising feature of Google Chrome is that it displays the most visited thumbnails on the browser’s home page. Every time you launch Google Chrome, you simply click on these thumbnails to access your favorite websites. However, some users were disappointed when Google Chrome suddenly stopped displaying these thumbnails. If you are facing the same problem, don’t worry, we will take care of you.

Why doesn’t Google Chrome display the most visited thumbnails?

Given the increased focus on speed, not displaying the most visited thumbnails in Google Chrome can quickly become annoying. In fact, it can happen for many reasons. 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