How to Repair: Your Clock is Ahead/Behind Error on Google Chrome

Although the Chrome web browser is getting better and better, you may experience problems when using it on your computer. If you try to visit a website and get an error message like “Your clock is running fast” or “Your clock is running slow,” don’t despair. It can be fixed, and we’ll show you how to fix the error in this article.

Chrome usually gives this error when there are problems with the time and date settings on your computer. However, the error can also be blamed on other factors. Below is everything you need to know about fixing the Google Chrome “Your clock is ahead/behind” error. read more

How to Solve Network Discovery not Working in Windows 10 PC

In Windows 10, Network Discovery is a feature that allows you to quickly find devices connected to the network through File Explorer.

When you turn on the Network tab, File Explorer lets you see all the devices and even view their available resources, such as shared folders and printers, and more. The only drawback is that network discovery does not always work as expected and sometimes you may not find a computer, or you may see some, but others are missing.

Regardless of the cause, you can fix almost any network discovery problem by making sure the feature is enabled, running the necessary services and protocols, using Network Troubleshooter, or resetting the network stack in Windows 10. read more

How to Troubleshoot: Outlook Error 0x80042109

Error code 0x80042109 usually occurs when users try to send emails through Microsoft Outlook. Their outgoing emails do not reach the recipient, and an error message and problems on the mail server appear on the screen. This problem does not seem to affect other system processes. It does not cause downtime, slowdowns, or system crashes. Needless to say, it only affects Outlook. In most cases, you will see the following error messages:

“Sending and receiving error reported (0x80042109): Outlook cannot connect to your outgoing mail server (SMTP).” read more

Solved: “Internet may not be available” Error in Android Devices

Solved: "Internet may not be available" Error in Android Devices

Android is one of the most widely used operating systems in the world, and rightly so. Although the operating system works efficiently, it can fall victim to various problems. “Internet may not be available” could be one of these errors, and we’ll help you fix it. So, here are the instructions on how to fix the “Internet May Not Be Available” error on Android devices.

What causes the “Internet may not be available” error on Android devices

What causes the "Internet may not be available" error on Android devices

Android update: Android devices may have pending updates that need to be installed before the Wi-Fi connection can be detected again. 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

Fix Roku error 016 – Unable to connect to the Internet

Fix Roku error 016 - Unable to connect to the Internet

You can stream unlimited video over the Internet with your Roku device, but sometimes there are problems when you watch videos or start a channel or an error code appears on your TV screen, you don’t have to worry about these problems.

You need to understand the basic requirements for using the latest technology, and then you can use the service without any problems. One of the most common problems with Roku is discussed here. You can read it and fix the problem quickly.

If you set up a Roku device with TV and WIFI, but can’t use it and encounter a Roku error 016 code or get the same error code when trying to connect your Roku device to a router via WIFI, you can easily fix the problem if you know the cause. read more

Fixed: Xbox Game Bar Party Chat Can’t be Heard

You may not be able to hear group chat in the Xbox Game Bar if your gamepad installation or your LAN/headset drivers are corrupt. Also, improper configuration of sound devices can be the cause of the mentioned error.

Users encounter a problem when trying to use group chat, but can’t hear other players, even though the system/game sounds are working fine. Some users could not even use the microphone in group chat. In some cases, the problem is limited to one or two games.

Some experienced users on the Microsoft forum said that if nothing happens when you press Win + G, check the Xbox Game Bar settings. However, if you find that the Xbox Game Bar is on, we have mentioned other possible solutions below. read more

FIXED: Cannot disable the “Restricted Mode is enabled by your Network Administrator” option on YouTube

Restricted Mode is an optional YouTube setting that, when enabled, limits the availability of potentially mature or offensive content.

For some users, however, this useful feature works in unexpected ways – it simply cannot be turned off. This has led to several complaints on official YouTube forums.

Users who encounter this problem say they can’t comment on videos or can’t watch certain videos at all. Instead, they are greeted with a message that the video is banned. However, don’t worry, as we have this problem under control. read more

Fixed: Audio did not work after upgrading to Windows 10 version 2004 Update

When Microsoft found that some devices were not ready for Windows 10 version 2004, it moved them to a compatibility level. This is usually done to preserve the user experience.

However, avoiding Microsoft’s compatibility lock isn’t always a guarantee that a device won’t have compatibility issues with the Windows 10 May 2020 update. It’s a harsh reality that some users have to accept after the operating system has caused sound problems on their computers.

Complications with sound in Windows 10 2004 date back to a pre-release version of the operating system. A few months ago, a Windows insider said on Reddit that his system lost sound after upgrading to the beta version of Windows 10 2004. Now the affected machines had to be compatible with Windows 10 version 2004, so Microsoft offered them iOS first. read more