How to Repair: Error 0x80070005 in Windows Store

Windows 10 users can’t install or update apps in the Windows Store or Microsoft Store. The error message 0x80070005 meets them every time they try to install or update an app.

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Technically, this error means that permissions are denied or access is denied for some reason. Therefore, many other Windows programs and services may also display this error when they find that permissions are denied.

In this post, we will focus only on this error related to Windows application updates when the application fails to update due to permission issues. read more

How to Resolve System Icons Missing in the Windows Taskbar (Windows 7)

The Windows 10 system tray (notification area) is located on the right side of the taskbar and provides access to system notifications, features, and applications. The taskbar also contains shortcuts to some important settings, such as network, power, volume, and action center icons.

If you hover your cursor over the taskbar and notice that the icons you use are missing, there could be several reasons. You may have installed a Windows update that caused the problem, or corrupt registry entries conflict with Windows 10, causing your taskbar or icons to disappear. read more

How to Repair Microsoft Publisher Won’t Save Files as PDF

Microsoft Publisher is a desktop publishing application developed by Microsoft. As a program, it is often used to create documents. Since documents are usually meant to be read, it is natural that people want to save them in one format or another.

For some time now, users have complained that Microsoft Publisher causes problems when they try to save documents in PDF format. Users may get the following error when trying to save a Publisher file in PDF or XPS format: Microsoft Publisher cannot save the file. read more

How to Resolve Gray x’s on Desktop Icons in Windows 10 PC

Have you noticed those green tick marks on desktop apps, files, and folders in recent versions of Windows 10? A green checkmark on an app, file, or folder means it’s synced with OneDrive. Recently, however, gray “X’s” has also been seen on files, folders, and apps, which makes them worry.

Perhaps syncing with OneDrive has somehow stopped due to the latest Windows 10 update, Dropbox, Norton, or something else. You can try restarting, resetting, or deleting the game from Steam, but the gray icons will likely come back. So what’s the solution at this point? read more