How to fix corrupted Recycle bin in Windows 10

If you cannot use the Recycle Bin in Windows 10, it may be time to reset it. In Windows 10, you can get a corrupted recycle bin, which can cause problems with disk access, junk files may not be displayed when viewing the recycle bin using Explorer, or you cannot…

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How to fix SrtTrail.txt error in Windows 10

If there are problems in Windows 10, users try to enter advanced settings while booting the system to restore the Windows 10 system, but unfortunately, the error message SrtTrail.txt appears on the PC screen. Microsoft has provided its own convenient, own tool for repairing the system in case of serious…

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Ports used by SCCM Remote Tools

Ports used by SCCM  In our organization, System Center Configuration Manager is used to distribute software, but now we have decided to use the functions of this system to implement the functions of remote management of client PCs (which is very much required by Helpdesk). However, it is worth considering…

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How to enable all processor cores in Windows 10

I’m sure you have heard the myth that if you enable all of the processor cores in Windows 10, the system will run faster. This is not a correct judgment and involving all cores will not lead to any performance result. The point is that motherboards use by default multi-core…

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AMD TRX80 / WRX80 and Intel LGA 1159 sockets do not exist

What the rumors were based on is unclear As we know, Ryzen Threadripper 3000 processors came with a new version – sTRX4. However, earlier on the Web there were also rumors about TRX80 and WRX80 sockets, for which new Threadripper allegedly also exist. In the second case, they even talked…

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How to fix Google Chrome black screen issues

Google Chrome can sometimes display a black screen on a computer running Windows 10/8/7. There are many reasons why a browser may display a black screen in Windows. If you often encounter a problem when a black screen appears in Google Chrome or Yandex Browser, then let’s look at a…

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