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Google Chrome is probably the most-used web browser out there right now. Many of us have become accustomed to its use and would prefer it over any other browser any day. However, unlike Microsoft’s Internet Explorer, Chrome cannot be configured using the Group Policy in Windows 10 by default. Configuring and setting rules for a… Read more

Windows Remote Desktop isn’t always the most reliable method to access machines remotely. People often use other modes to remotely access them as well, and Chrome Remote Desktop is one of those famous modes. However, when connecting to remote devices using Chrome Remote Desktop, you not only require an identification code, but also a Personal… Read more

Partitioning your disk drive(s) may not be as simple as you think it is. It is important to know what style you are going to adopt. There are currently only 2 styles: Master Boot Record (MBR) and GUID Partition Table (GPT). If you are not aware of the terms, you can read about what these… Read more

Mozilla has released the next version for their web browser, Firefox 87, as per schedule. Firefox has been supported on the following platforms for some time now: WindowsMacLinuxAndroidiOS If you are using any of the above platforms, you can download and install Mozilla Firefox 87 using the links provided down below. This release primarily focuses… 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

Microsoft has released PowerShell 7.2 Preview 4 on Github. If you are a geek and want to use the new functionality, you may install this update on your computer. But since it is a preview release, it should not be installed in a production environment. Windows PowerShell is a powerful tool in a Windows environment… Read more