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How to fix app not responding in Windows 10

how to fix app not responding in windows 10 How to fix app not responding in Windows 10

Apps can become unresponsive for multiple reasons. An app may be working just fine but it may freeze suddenly and stop responding, and crash or close. In some cases, the app may try to recover while in others, you will have to force close it yourself. Unresponsive apps Apps may …

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How to fix IPv6 No Internet Access on Windows 10

how to fix ipv6 no internet access on windows 10 How to fix IPv6 No Internet Access on Windows 10

An internet connection seems simple; your network is set up and all you need to connect to it is the password. If you’ve never tinkered with your network settings, you may not know much about network connectivity beyond the basics. If you’re somewhat familiar with the terms IPv4 and IPv6, …

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How to fix multiple displays not detected on Windows 10

how to fix multiple displays not detected on windows 10 How to fix multiple displays not detected on Windows 10

Connecting external monitors to a Windows 10 PC is about as easy as connecting a pair of headphones, or a mouse, or a keyboard. A monitor is detected automatically, everything on the screen adjusts, the taskbar appears where it should, and you can start distributing your windows between the two …

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How to troubleshoot RAM on Linux

how to troubleshoot ram on linux How to troubleshoot RAM on Linux

The best way to troubleshoot RAM chips connected to a PC is with a Linux tool known as Memtest86. It scans the connected RAM chips and can determine the health of them. In this guide, we will show you how to use Memtest86 to troubleshoot your RAM. Getting Memtest86 Memtest86 …

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How to fix the “NO_PUBKEY” GPG error on Ubuntu

how to fix the no pubkey gpg error on ubuntu How to fix the “NO_PUBKEY” GPG error on Ubuntu

The “NO_PUBKEY” GPG error occurs when a user adds a software repository or PPA to Ubuntu without adding the GPG signing key. Since Ubuntu’s software back-end takes security seriously, the system will not allow the user to install anything from the repository without this key, and so this error appears. …

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