Troubleshooting a Slow and Lagging Windows 10 System

What’s the best way to speed up your computer when the system slows down and unresponsiveness and long boot times become the norm? Fixing lag problems on your computer may seem like a daunting task, but it’s not. Our guide will show you how to fix a slow and sluggish PC, with steps you can follow in a few minutes and get immediate and lasting results.

What are the causes of slow and sluggish Windows 10?

Damaged or insufficient RAM: Damaged or insufficient RAM can affect computer performance, cause random reboots, blue screens, etc. If the RAM is damaged or defective, the system memory cannot process processes and services properly. This causes your computer to slow down. read more

How to Solve Windows 10 Update Error 0x800705B3

It’s hard to expect your system to work properly if your drivers aren’t up to par. You used to have to install the drivers provided by the hardware manufacturer, but with Windows 10, system updates take care of that.

And all too often, this is fertile ground for many problems. One common error resulting from inappropriate drivers is known as 0x800705b3. This error occurs when Windows Update fails to install the appropriate software for the hardware counterparts.

So, if you are facing this error and your updates are stuck, you should check the list below where we have listed the most suitable workarounds. read more

How to Repair ERR_CONNECTION_RESET on Windows 10

If you get the ERR_CONNECTION_RESET message when you browse some websites in Chrome, it means that the browser is unable to establish a stable connection or at all to the website you want to open. While some websites open without any problems, others give this error. In this article, you will learn how to fix error 101, ERR CONNECTION RESET, Connection Reset Error in the Google Chrome browser on Windows 11/10/8/7.

Connection reset means that the data received from your partner computer, in this case, you, cannot be processed. If you see this error message, you will also see the message below: read more

Troubleshooting: Chromium Won’t Uninstall on Windows 10

Google’s Chromium underpins many modern web browsers, from Chrome itself to Vivaldi, Opera, and Brave. But Chromium can also be used as a standalone browser as well as others. However, because it does not always behave like a regular browser, some users have encountered problems and found that Chromium cannot be uninstalled like regular browsers.

If this applies to you, don’t worry. Although malware and other issues may prevent you from uninstalling Chromium on Windows 10, it is not impossible to remove it. With a few tips, tricks, and tools, you can remove Chromium permanently. read more

How to Resolve: Channel Surround Sound Not Working on Windows 10

When you upgrade to the latest version of Windows 10, you may run into compatibility issues and problems, usually with previous version drivers, because these drivers are specifically designed for the previous version of Windows 10.

This is when you may encounter an issue where 5.1 surround sound does not work on your Windows 10 computer. In this case, you can only hear the sound through the front speakers, but not through the rear speakers. However, we have some solutions for you that can solve this problem. Let’s take a look at how. read more

Troubleshooting: Boot Configuration Data File is Missing

Windows systems or laptops use a boot configuration data file (BCD) to set the boot configuration. If the system or laptop’s boot configuration data file is corrupt or missing due to an internal or external problem, Windows will not boot.

Fortunately, there are several solutions to help you get rid of the “Missing BCD File” error on your Windows 10 computer. And in this article, I will list all these solutions.

So, go through these solutions one by one and fix this problem in a few clicks. read more

How to Resolve: You need permission to perform this action

Windows requires permissions for actions you perform on your computer. But it’s your computer, isn’t it? So, why do you need permission to access certain files and folders? There are several related answers.

Windows want to protect you from accessing certain files because changing them can damage the operating system. Therefore, if your Windows user account does not have the right permissions, you will not be able to access certain files or folders.

In this case, you will get an error message “You must have permission to perform this action“. This is frustrating, of course. But here are some very effective solutions to fix this error. read more

How to Resolve File System Error (-2018375670) in Windows 10 PC

File system errors are essentially disk-related errors that can be caused by corrupted files, bad sectors, disk integrity issues, file execution policies, etc. These errors can prevent you from accessing or opening files. These errors may prevent you from accessing or opening files. They can appear in files such as PDFs, images, documents, movies, etc. This can manifest as error messages such as C:\Test Program\Test.exe file system error (-2018375670).

In this article, we will look at some ways to fix this error. read more

Troubleshooting: SysMenu.dll Issues on Windows 10 Startup

SysMenu.dll is part of an advertising program that displays pop-up ads and advertisements on sites you visit. These ads are displayed as blocks with various available coupons, underlined keywords, pop-up ads, or banners.

The adware that runs the SysMenu.dll process appears as a program that displays coupons for the sites you visit and low prices when you visit product pages on sites such as Amazon. Although seemingly a useful service, the SysMenu.dll program can be intrusive and show ads whether you like it or not. read more

How to Repair the “This device is disabled (Code 22)” Error on Windows 10

Error code 22 is one of many error codes in Device Manager. It is generated when a hardware device is disabled in Device Manager.

In most cases, it means that the device has been disabled manually, but it can also happen that Windows is forced to disable the device due to a lack of system resources.

The error is almost always displayed as follows:

This device is disabled. (code 22)

Detailed information about such Device Manager error codes can be found in the “Device Status” section of the device properties. read more