Are you one of those people that gets frustrated with tech support? You explain your problem, but the support rep still doesn’t understand your problem. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use the Steps Recorder in Windows. Not only is this utility free, but it’s easy enough for anyone to learn. And it can help troubleshoot other PC programs.
Many times when troubleshooting browser issues you need to find out all the extensions. This can be a time-consuming process. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to find all your browser extensions using net-export. The nice thing about this tool is it also shows the extension ID which is the folder name.
Struggling with mailto links that won’t open in Gmail on Google Chrome? For example, when you click an email link on a web page, it should open your default email application. Instead of getting Gmail to open in my browser, I was staring at the Microsoft Store email app. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to fix mailto link issues with Gmail.
Do you recall the Meltdown and Spectre chipset scare from several years back? Some articles referenced the “chipset” and others the “code” name. This incident taught me that it helps to have multiple tools that can provide hardware and software information. I’ll show you how to check PC specs using multiple methods.
I have a love-hate relationship with software. It’s great when it works, but frustrating when you get a cryptic error message. And these messages appear when you’re short on time and patience. This happened to me recently. Microsoft Excel was telling me my PivotTable field name is not valid. In this tutorial, I will show how to fix this with 2 easy solutions.
Chances are, you block pop-ups in your web browser. After all, many are intrusive and interfere with reading. However, sometimes you need them for regulatory notices or functionality. This happened to me when I was going through an online course. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to allow pop-up windows on Chrome or block them without needing a browser extension.
Have you ever had a Chrome extension that won’t go away or slow your browsing? The typical uninstall method might fail when they crash or don’t load properly. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to remove Chrome extensions using several methods.
Have you ever had one of those days you’re finishing an important document, but the spell check in Microsoft Word isn’t working correctly? Sometimes you can’t check one document, and other times you can’t spell-check any document. And sometimes, it’s several words. In this troubleshooting tutorial, I’ll show several solutions.
Some say that computer problems happen at the worst times. I’m not sure that is true, but I won’t argue. Without warning, my Outlook email stopped working last week. I could receive email, but I couldn’t open any items. Instead, I saw an error message that read “Cannot open this item. The text formatting command is not available. It may not be installed correctly. Install Microsoft Office Outlook again.”
Sometimes you don’t realize how much you appreciate a feature until it breaks, like Outlook hyperlinks. It’s frustrating because, you know, they’ve worked before. In this troubleshooting tutorial, I’ll explain some reasons your Outlook hyperlinks are not working and possible solutions. Incidentally, the problem may show up in other Microsoft Office 365 programs.
Ever had some of your Microsoft Excel spreadsheets show a #DIV/0 error in various cells? It brings back memories of math class for some. In this tutorial, I’ll explain what causes them and how to remove #div/0 errors in Excel from showing that dreaded text. We’ll solve this problem by adding a simple IF function argument.
Ever faced a baffling computer issue on Windows 10? You’re not alone. Discover the built-in Windows troubleshooting tools designed to resolve those problems. Before seeking expert advice or commercial software, consider these free solutions to set things right.
Are you struggling with how to find invalid email addresses in your Excel sheets? Our guide and practice file will demonstrate how to identify them easily using a practical approach. In this tutorial, I’ll show how to use autofilters and data validation.