Showing posts from October, 2017

Wise Care 365 V4.74

Wise Care 365 keeps on its improvements, and the newly released notes are as follows:
Improved the feature of renewal reminder.Added some third-party software cleaning.Minor GUI improvements.Updated various translations.
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How to Find Your Missing USB Drive in Windows 7, 8, and 10

USB drives should automatically appear in Windows Explorer when you connect them to your computer. Follow these troubleshooting steps if Windows doesn’t show a connected drive.

If you don’t see the drive in the Disk Management window at all, try these troubleshooting steps: Power On the Drive, if Necessary: Some external hard drives have their own power switches or separate power cables. If you’re using a larger drive, ensure it doesn’t have its own power switch or power cable you need to connect.Plug It Into a Different USB Port: Try unplugging the external drive and plugging it into a different USB port on your computer. It’s possible that one particular USB port on the computer is dead.Avoid USB Hubs: If you’re plugging the USB drive into a USB hub, try plugging it directly into one of your computer’s USB ports instead. It’s possible the USB hub doesn’t supply enough power.Try a Different Computer: Try plugging the USB drive into a different computer and see if the other computer de…

How to limit the CPU usage in windows 10

“After upgrading to windows 10, I got high RAM & CPU usage”; “windows 10 running high CPU usage”; “The CPU goes up to 90% without anything substantial open”, have you heard such kind of complain from windows users? If so, here are some methods which can help them to fix high RAM and CPU usage issue in windows 10. 
Method 1: Reschedule Windows defender
The most common reason for consuming high CPU usage are the real-time feature of Windows Defender Service, follow the steps below to reschedule it. 
Step 1: Open the “Administrative tools” from the start menu. 

Step 2: Choose and double click to open “Task Scheduler”. 

Step 3: From the task scheduler browse the path: Microsoft->Windows->Windows defender. And then locate the name called “Windows Defender Scheduled Scan”, and choose “Properties”. 

Step 4: From the Properties, click on the “conditions” tab and un-check the options under Idle; Power; and Network

Step 5: Click the properties from the right pane, choose “Triggers” tab, …

How to Save Instagram Photos Without Taking a Screenshot

1. Open the image you want to save on Instagram via your desktop browser (Chrome, for example). You'll have to click the time stamp so that the post appears by itself (not your whole timeline). 2. Click where it says View on your browser's top menu, followed by Developer > View Source. Note: You can also do this just by right-clicking the image and clicking View Page Source. 3. Somewhere on the long page of code is a URL to the actual image file on Instagram's server. Instead of reading through the whole thing, though, you can just search the page of "jpg" and you should come across the correct URL fairly quickly. It'll look like this (URL highlighted): Instagram
We tried this on several photos and the image's URL always appeared on line 162, but it's unclear if that'll be the case all the time.  4. Copy the im…

The Many Ways to Back Up Your Files

There are many ways to back up your data, from using an external drive to backing up those files on a remote server over the Internet. Here are the strengths and weaknesses of each: Back Up to an External Drive: If you have an external USB hard drive, you can just back up to that drive using your computer’s built-in backup features. On Windows 10 and 8, use File History. On Windows 7, use Windows Backup. On Macs, use Time Machine. Occasionally connect the drive to the computer and use the backup tool, or leave it plugged in whenever your home and it’ll back up automatically. Pros: Backing up is cheap and fast. Cons: If your house gets robbed or catches on fire, your backup can be lost along with your computer, which is very bad. Back Up Over the Internet: If you want to ensure your files stay safe, you can back them up to the internet with a service like BackBlaze. BackBlaze is the well-known online backup service we like and recommend since CrashPlan no longer serves home users, but t…

What’s new in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

Here’s what’s new in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: Windows Mixed Reality With Windows Mixed Reality, you can escape to the most immersive experiences – touring top travel destinations, getting inside the most exciting games, attending the most popular events, even travelling across time and space – right in your own home, with you at the center of everything. Amazing experiences don’t need to be expensive or complicated. All you need is a headset and a compatible Windows PC. And, to enhance your experience, try out the extras like headphones and advanced motion controllers. A variety of headsets and motion controllers are available from leading makers like Acer, Dell, HP, and Lenovo. Headset-motion controller bundles start as low as $399[i]Check here to see if your existing PC is compatible, or shop the exciting new models available this holiday season. Photos The reimagined Photos app now gives you the ability to add filters, text, 3D effects – and soon full 3D objects – an…

Wise Disk Cleaner 9.57

Wise Disk Cleaner keeps on its improvements, and the newly released notes are as follows:
Improved Mozilla Firefox Cookies cleaning.Minor GUI improvements.Updated various translations.
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Optimize Windows for better performance

Here are some tips to help you optimize Windows 7for faster performance. Try the Performance troubleshooter The first thing that you can try is the Performance troubleshooter, which can automatically find and fix problems. The Performance troubleshooter checks issues that might slow down your computer's performance, such as how many users are currently logged on to the computer and whether multiple programs are running at the same time. Open the Performance troubleshooter by clicking the Start button  , and then clicking Control Panel. In the search box, type troubleshooter, and then click Troubleshooting. Under System and Security, click Check for performance issues.

Delete programs you never useMany PC manufacturers pack new computers with programs you didn't order and might not want. These often include trial editions and limited-edition versions of programs that software companies hope you'll try, find useful, and then pay to upgrade to full versions or newer versions. If…