How to Resolve: LogonUI.exe Error during BOOT/Startup

LogonUI.exe is an application that helps your computer set up an interface that allows you to log in. But sometimes corrupting this application can make it difficult for you to access your system, causing a fatal BSOD crash when trying to log in.

Don’t worry. There are some solutions to this problem. The most popular ones are restoring LogonUI.exe, initiating automatic boot recovery, etc.

What causes LogonUI.exe error?

The main reason for this error is a corrupt or missing LogonUI.exe file, which explains why you are facing this error. read more

How to Repair: Uninstalling SkypeHost.exe in Windows 10 PC

SkypeHost.exe is an executable file belonging to the Microsoft Skype process, which is developed by a Microsoft software developer with Microsoft Skype Preview. If the SkypeHost.exe process is important in Windows 10, you should be careful when removing it. Sometimes the SkypeHost.exe process may put too much load on the CPU or GPU. If it is a malware or virus, it may run in the background.

The .exe extension of the SkypeHost.exe file indicates that it is an executable file for Windows operating systems such as Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10. Malware and viruses are also transmitted through exe files. Therefore, we should be sure before running an unknown executable file on your computer or laptop. read more

Troubleshooting: Task Host Window Prevents Shut Down on Windows 7 PC

Task Host is a Windows program, not a virus or malware. You don’t have to worry about it damaging your system. Task Host ensures that previously running programs have been closed correctly to avoid damaging data and programs when you shut down your system.

It is highly recommended that you close all running programs before shutting down or rebooting your computer. However, if you feel that no programs were running before shutting down, you can perform the following steps to solve this “problem”. read more

How to Resolve the “System” Process Taking Massive Amounts of RAM in Windows 10 PC

The central processor of computers is as important as the brain of the human body. A faster CPU means that the system or device runs faster without any problems. The CPU is the part of the computer where most of the calculations are done. The most important components of the system, such as the graphics card and RAM, follow the instructions of the CPU.

You can check the memory usage status in Task Manager. The observed problem is related to the system process because it consumes a large amount of RAM when the computer starts up. Nowadays, many people are suffering from excessive CPU and RAM power consumption. Here are some ways to fix high CPU and RAM usage on Windows 10 computers. read more

How to Resolve: Edgegdi.dll Error – The Code Execution Cannot Proceed

Many users have reported the following error when trying to open some installed applications on their system,

Code execution cannot continue because the file edgegdi.dll was not found. Reinstalling the program may solve this problem.

Most often this error occurs in Final Draft and Nitro PDF Creator applications. However, it also occurs when working with applications such as Task Manager, Event Viewer, Settings, etc.

In this article, we will detail the different ways to fix this error on your system. Be sure to follow the solutions below in the same order. read more

How to Repair the Missing “Show Desktop” Shortcut

If the “Show Desktop” button on the Windows 10 taskbar is missing, this article will show you how to fix the problem. In the bottom right corner (right next to the Action Center icon) of the Windows 10 taskbar, there’s a “Show Desktop” button.

If you hover your mouse over this button, you can view or preview your desktop – and if you click this button, all the apps and folders in the taskbar are minimized to show the desktop. If the Show Desktop button is missing, not working, or not available, this message may be helpful. read more

Solution: Windows 10 Won’t Use Full RAM

RAM is a non-volatile storage device that is typically used to store working data and machine code. When you shut down your computer, all data on it is lost because it is a temporary storage device. The more RAM your computer has, the more smoothly it can multitask.

However, when using Windows 10, you may run into a problem. In the “System Properties” or “Task Manager” interface, you may notice that Windows is only using a fraction of the total RAM.

What is the reason why Windows 10 doesn’t use all of the RAM?

In some cases, some of the RAM is reserved for the system, sometimes some of the memory is also reserved by the video card if you have an integrated video card. But if you have a dedicated video card, this shouldn’t be a problem. Of course, 2% of the RAM is always free. 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

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