Easy instructions on how to clear the cache in Firefox 21. Clearing the cache in Firefox is a good troubleshooting step when pages won't load.
Programs steal focus when they appear in front of other windows and grab the use of the mouse and keyboard. Stop this in Windows XP with Tweak UI.
Easy instructions on how to wipe a hard drive. A hard drive wipe will erase everything on the hard drive - something deleting and formatting can not do.
The only way to permanently fix DLL errors is by fixing the underlying cause of the issue, not by downloading DLL files. Here's how to do it.
How to safely clean your flat screen monitor or TV. LCD, LED, and other flat screens require special care when cleaning because they can be easily damaged.
Complete instructions on testing a power supply unit in a computer using a power supply tester, a small device designed to safely test a PSU.
Instructions on deleting temporary Internet files (cache) in Internet Explorer 10. Clearing the cache in IE10 will fix certain browser issues.
Detailed instructions on determining the Windows Vista service pack you have installed.
Sometimes your computer may actually turn on fine but an error message during the Power On Self Test will stop the boot process. Other times your computer may simply freeze sometime during the POST with no error at all. Fix these problems with these steps.
In most cases, you'll need to burn an ISO file to a DVD before you can use it. Here are easy instructions for burning an ISO image to a CD, DVD, or BD disc.
Accessing Device Manager via the Computer Management utility is very easy. Follow these steps to access Device Manager from within the Computer Management utility.
Accessing Device Manager from within the Computer Management utility couldn't be simpler. Follow these steps to access Device Manager from within the Computer Management utility in Windows Vista.
Accessing Device Manager from the Computer Management utility is easy. Follow these steps to access the Windows 7 Device Manager from within the Computer Management utility.
Disk Management in Windows XP can be accessed from the Computer Management utility. Follow these steps to open Windows XP's Disk Management tool.
Disk Management in Windows Vista can be accessed from the Computer Management utility. Follow these steps to open Windows Vista's Disk Management tool.
Disk Management in Windows 7 can be accessed from the Computer Management utility. Follow these steps to open Disk Management in Windows 7.
A tutorial on how to hide hidden files in Windows XP. Keeping files marked as hidden away from view is safe and makes working in Windows XP easier.
Here's how to hide hidden files in Windows Vista. Having hidden files in view could be dangerous so keeping them hidden is probably a good idea.
Hide hidden files in Windows 7 with these easy steps. Having hidden files viewable in Windows 7 isn't necessary and can get really annoying.
How to configure Windows XP to show hidden files and folders. You may need to view hidden files and folders to troubleshoot certain problems.
A tutorial on configuring Windows Vista to show hidden files and folders. Items marked as hidden are not visible by default in Windows Vista.
Easy instructions on using bootsect /nt60 from the Command Prompt in System Recovery Options to update the boot code to use BOOTMGR.
The sfc scannow option is the most useful way to run System File Checker. Using sfc with the scannow option will scan and repair important Windows files.
Instructions on creating a Windows 7 System Repair Disc, a bootable disc that will give you access to Windows 7's System Recovery Options.
There are several easy-to-solve possible causes to a computer that isn't receiving power. If you turn on your computer and it doesn't power on at all then try some of these easy troubleshooting steps.