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XXX – How to Fix Printer Offline issue in Windows 10, 8.1 and 8


Generally printers go offline because of network or USB cable connectivity issue, or paper jam, or out of paper, in some cases due to printer hardware faults and in some cases printer driver corruption as well. Most of the time it will come back to online by its own right after these issues gets fixed, but in some cases you need to manually make your printer online. This guide shows…
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XXX – How to Manage the Taskbar in Windows


On the Taskbar Want more wider space on screen? One showing off to get it is by feel the Windows taskbar to conceal itself,when it is not in use. For this you need to open taskbar properties, right under the Taskbar tab, then you need to check the Box for Auto-hide the taskbar. As we are adding space, do uncheck the box next to Show Windows Store apps on the…
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Show or Hide Desktop Icons Windows


The Recycle Bin In Windows Vista you could just delete the Recycle Bin icon and be done in imitation of it. Microsoft settled that you shouldn’t have it so approachable, so this is how it works now : Open the Desktop Icon Settings dialog via Personalize > Change desktop icons (Win 7, 8, 8.1) or Personalize > Themes > Related Settings > Desktop icon settings (Win 10). Uncheck the box…
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How to Show Hidden files in Windows


Details of every Windows From Win2000 to Win8 , Step by Step Guide to show files in any System Windows 2000 Windows XP and 2003 Windows Vista Windows 7 Windows 8   Introduction By default Windows hides certain files from being seen with Windows Explorer or My Computer. This is done to protect these files, which are usually system files, from accidentally being modified or deleted by the user. Unfortunately…
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How to Boot Window 8, 8.1 & 10 Into Safe Mode


Booting Into Safe Mode When Windows Is Running Normally In this case, all you need to do is make some changes through the MSConfig utility, and the next boot will get the PC up and running in Safe Mode. Step 1: Press Win+R to get the Run dialog. Type “msconfig” (without the quotes) and launch the utility. Step 2: In the Boot tab, check Safe boot, followed by the type…
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