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Windows 10 Troubleshooting

A process that you may have come across, often seen as “WMI Provider Host” in the Task Manager, is one of the critical processes of the Windows OS that ensures smooth running. However, users have often reported that the process is consuming insane amounts of system resources, especially the CPU. At such times, it is… Read more

You are at your office and everything on your laptop seems to be working fine, but the moment you try to connect your PC to your home wi-fi, it stops working. You are connected to your Wi-Fi router but your screen says “No internet, secure” or “Wi-Fi connected but no internet.” Such a scenario can… Read more

You may come across Nvidia container process nvcontainer.exe gets broken and starts using high CPU resources. The PC starts hanging and the users are not able to run their tasks smoothly. This normally happens when a user is playing games or doing editing work which requires GPU usage. Reports are that some users aren’t able… Read more

Installing OS updates on your Windows 10 computer can be annoying at times. Not only does the update process occasionally hang, but it often takes up so many resources on your device that you are unable to perform any other tasks. One of the most prominent background processes running during the update is known as… Read more

It can be quite panicking when you turn on your computer to perform a task and encounter the error message “Reboot and select a proper boot device” just as the machine was starting up. In such scenarios, even rebooting the computer multiple times does nothing to fix it, and you cannot fix the issue from… Read more

Blue Screens of Death (BSoD) can be a nightmare for many on Windows 10. This can occur due to several reasons, usually accompanied by either a stopcode or the name of a faulty file. However, many people still experience a “BAD_SYSTEM_CONFIG_INFO” BSoD without warning, nor any stopcodes. A Bad System Config Info error mostly occurs… Read more

If you have or are continuously experiencing a Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) with a stopcode stating “IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL” then this post is for you. Windows 10 is having increasing BSoDs by the day, but we are here to guide you on how to fix them. IRQL stands for Interrupt Request Level which is a means… Read more

Are you experiencing Blue Screen of Death with the error message, APC Index mismatch? Continue reading for a solution. The Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) is pushed off as the computer shuts down abruptly. This is because your operating system no longer knows how to handle the process causing the error and shuts down the… Read more