Activate Windows Watermark Removal

Activate Windows Watermark Removal

UPS just dropped off your new gaming rig, the one you were so excited to get from eBay. But there’s a small problem, you see a Windows watermark on the lower right side of your screen. You can reboot all you want, it’s not going anywhere. This is what you call an inactivated copy of …

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OneDrive Cloud Storage Review

OneDrive Cloud Computing

OneDrive Cloud Storage Review, is a Microsoft product. It’s Microsoft’s take on cloud storage. OneDrive is baked right into your Windows 10 computers. Just log into OneDrive as if you were logging into your Microsoft account. Same Credentials. Then tell OneDrive which folders you want to sync. Your all set. The free version gives us …

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If you have never heard of, or had experience with the Windows error BAD_POOL_HEADER, it can be scary. The BAD_POOL_HEADER error is usually associated with the way Windows allocates memory/RAM to devices and applications. Device drivers are usually the most common cause. Other causes including hard drive disk write errors and bad sectors that only …

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System Running Low On Resources [Fixed]

System Running Low On Resources [Fixed]. I had a client with this Windows 7 Error “System running low on resources – Cannot log on as new user”. Read on to see how I fixed it. Keep in-mind, the fix for this isn’t the same on all systems, so what works on one system may not work on another.

How it works

Upon restarting the clients computer the error “System running low on resources – Cannot log on as new user” would pop up. This particular error usually happens when there are more than one user accounts on a single system and the system is having issues with managing it’s memory. So rather than the user closing all programs and logging off, they would switch user accounts before shutting down programs. The next time you reboot your computer you will more than likely see the “System running low on resources – Cannot log on as new user” error. Why Because you “switched” user accounts rather than “logging off”, and you let virus programs, web browsers and games run. Whether you get this error or not usually depends on how much resources your system has available and how well your operating system manages it’s memory. These errors are usually found on lower end computers with small amounts of memory. This error was pretty common on Windows Vista.

The Fix

Make sure there are no programs starting up with each account. Make sure both accounts are free of viruses and unnecessary browser extensions. Log off the second user account, log into the Administrators account, restart the computer. The error should be gone. This worked for me.

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Microsoft Office 365 Alternatives

Microsoft Office 365 Alternatives. In 2018, it appears not much has changed from last year for the already full featured office apps OpenOffice and LibreOffice. These two titles are the only real alternatives to Office 365. If you prefer to save $70/yr and don’t mind using something other than Microsoft Office 365, OpenOffice and LibreOffice are …

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Windows 7 Update Service Not Updating [Fixed]

Today I had the privilege of updating a room full of Windows 7 desktops, about 28. A few of these Windows 7 desktops would not update. The “Windows Update Service” was not responding to the update request. If this happens to you on a Windows 7 desktop, follow these instructions for the fix. Click the …

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