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Opening Microsoft Word, Excel or PowerPoint in Safe Mode on Windows 10

Sep 11th 2017 - by Jean-tech in: Blog Quick Fix Quick Fix Tip Quick Help Software Fixes | 0 Comment

If your Microsoft Office is crashing every time you open it, then it’s probably caused by a buggy add-on. Aside from that it could also be caused by some issues with your customizations. So if you are currently experiencing this problem right now, then by all means, you can try opening your Microsoft Office applications in Safe Mode. With the help of Safe Mode, it loads all these Microsoft O

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Converting Excel File to PDF Online Using Google Drive in Windows 10

Sep 7th 2017 - by Jean-tech in: Blog Quick Help Tips Windows 10 | 0 Comment

If you constantly use Microsoft Office Excel to share your work with other users then there might have been some cases where you want to send an Excel file as a PDF file to someone. Microsoft’s default method for that is simple. However, if you’re still not aware, there is also an alternative method to convert an Excel file into a PDF file using the Google Drive. This method is simple and all

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How to Solve the Missing Icons and Fonts in Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 10

Sep 6th 2017 - by Jean-tech in: Blog Quick Fix Quick Help Software Fixes Windows 10 | 0 Comment

If you are one if the users who prefer to use the Internet Explorer 11 on Windows 10, then you might have notice that one or more graphic icons and some fonts are missing in the web page. Microsoft has confirmed this behavior and has outlined reasons for this issue as well as solutions. According to Microsoft, this issue can occur if your Windows 10 is set to block any untrusted fonts or it cou

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How to Fix the “Only part of a ReadProcessMemory or WriteProcessMemory request was completed” Error in Windows 10

- by Jean-tech in: Blog Quick Fix Quick Fix Tip Quick Help Software Fixes Windows 10 | 0 Comment

Have you ever experienced trying to open an Excel sheet only to receive the error message: “Only part of a ReadProcessMemory or WriteProcessMemory request was completed.”  If you have, then you’re just one out of the several users who’d encountered this issue as well and this article will help you out in sorting it. As it turns out, aside from Microsoft Office files, you can also enco

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Why is My Computer is Running at 99% CPU?

Jan 29th 2014 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Quick Help | 0 Comment

Why is My Computer is Running at 99% CPU?

Your CPU is an important part of your PC. But you already know that. You’re here because you want to know why your PC is running at 99% in your Windows Task Manager. Fortunately, 99% CPU usage isn’t always a bad thing. It’s one problem that tends to look a lot worse than it actually is. Troubleshooting – Open Windows Task Manager If you want to troubleshoot your 99% CPU usage problem,

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9 Free Tips to Speed Up Your PC

Sep 2nd 2013 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Quick Help | 0 Comment

9 Free Tips to Speed Up Your PC

Make your PC faster and fix performance problems by implementing these awesome PC tips today! 9) Uninstall software you don’t use You’ve probably installed PC software that you’ve only used once or twice. There’s nothing wrong with that - as long as you plan on using that software at some point in the future. However, if you don’t have a real use for the software, then you should proba

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Is Your PC Making Weird Sounds? Here’s What Those Sounds Could Mean

Jul 26th 2013 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Quick Help | 0 Comment

Is Your PC Making Weird Sounds? Here’s What Those Sounds Could Mean

PCs make all sorts of strange sounds. Some of these sounds are innocent – like the beep you hear when you start up your PC. Other sounds are the sounds of impending doom – like the final death rattle of a CPU heatsink fan. Today, I’m going to list a number of common PC sounds and explain what they could mean on your PC – and how you can fix them. Hard drive death rattles Hard drive de

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How to Buy a Windows XP PC in 2013

May 24th 2013 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Quick Help | 0 Comment

How to Buy a Windows XP PC in 2013

Windows XP has officially been discontinued by Microsoft. In fact, Microsoft stopped selling the popular operating system way back in 2008. But for those who just refuse to let a good thing go, it’s not impossible to buy a Windows XP machine in 2013. In fact, it’s easier than many people think. There are a few different ways to purchase a Windows XP machine in 2013. Follow the guides lis

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What is remote tech support?

Jul 29th 2012 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Affordable PC Repair Blog Quick Help Software Fixes | 0 Comment

What is remote tech support?

Modern technology has given us a number of important advantages. However, one of the biggest advantages of modern technology has been remote tech support. Instead of dragging a computer down to your local PC repair shop, remote tech support allows users to experience top-quality PC repair from the comfort of their own home. Remote tech support is the term for any PC repairs that take place over

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How to fix and repair the DNSChanger virus

Jul 7th 2012 - by Fix My PC FREE in: Blog Quick Help | 0 Comment

How to fix and repair the DNSChanger virus

The DNS Changer virus is one of those weird malware infections that can cause serious problems for users. Unlike other types of malware, the DNS Changer virus redirects a PC’s entire internet connection to a rogue DNS server. After the malware infection was discovered last year, FBI agents shut down the rogue DNS server, leaving hundreds of thousands of infected users with no internet access.

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