Friday, April 14, 2017

Tips fix 0xc000007b when you play the game

[Fix windows] Tips fix 0xc000007b when you play the game - Windows is a standout amongst the most utilized and progressed working framework. Presently every body is utilizing Windows as their working framework. It is the stage which is exceptionally easy to use and simple to get to whenever with no trouble. Be that as it may, here and there while getting to some application, clients need to face a few issues and blunders. However, this is very regular in each working framework notwithstanding when you are utilizing them on your versatile gadget.

A standout amongst the most irritating blunder clients need to confront nowadays while getting to some application including Games like Fifa, Far Cry, Assassins Creed, Call of Duty and numerous different recreations and application which are exceptionally utilized by the general population. So here I'm with the answer for Fix Error Code 0xc000007b in Windows 7, 8, 8.1. This blunder 0xc000007b for the most part show up when you attempt to open any application.


Tips fix 0xc000007b when you play the game

You gleefully download a game as massive machine, you proceed to install and it goes smoothly but when click in icon game to play, then an error message appears as follows, "The application was unable to start correctly (0xc000007b)" (See more: Create Bootable USB Of Windows).

The main reasons leading to the development of:
The failure of the installation caused the game to lack the file or the wrong data
The software has been installed, and then took the wrong error resulting in registry
The software, the game is not compatible with the version of the operating system (Windows 32 bit and 64 bit).
But these errors can be overcome after you pass.

  1. First we download the files of the computer here, or here.
  2. When extracting files and folders, copy all the files in the folder decompression
  3. Execution: on the Windows 32 - you go to C > Windows > system32 and paste into and save the override, Press SKIP the question. On the 64 bit Windows, in C > Windows > syswow64 and paste into and save the override, Press SKIP the question.
  4. Finally, restart your computer and run the game!


Another way to make up for this error, you can refer to the following.

#1 Add new solutions

Note for this method can be applied in a number of games like Dead Light, Assassin Creed ... and some other games I have not tested it!

First visit this link to download the file "dll.zip" after the download is complete unzip them and copy all the dll in the folder and paste into the game installation directory is finished!

#2 Add new solutions

Use tools are available on this link.

After the download is complete please first remove the Game faulty before, should use the program to remove the root, then run this tool and wait for the tool to perform the job until the job done Members (End) and restart your computer, download the latest installation from the homepage game and perform the installation again.

Good Luck!

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Complete Guide to Create Bootable USB Of Windows

[Tips and tricks] Complete Guide to Create Bootable USB Of Windows - You can create a bootable USB pen drive for Windows or Linux setup and then boot your system using it and then you can install the OS without any worries. Creating bootable USB is not an easy task. You need to run some DOS commands and copy the setup files from your hard disk to USB stick.


Complete Guide to Create Bootable USB Of Windows

To prepare the bootable USB drive of Windows, we recommend using a free tool called Rufus over Microsoft’s Windows 7 USB/DVD Tool as Rufus is more reliable and offers more features when compared to other tools in the market (See more: set Default Printer In Windows 10).

With that out of the way, let's look at the requirements for Rufus:

PC running Windows XP or later (preferably Windows 7+)
Rufus application (download here)
ISO (supported operating systems)
8 GB USB flash drive (minimum recommended)

Fist, Connect your 8GB+ USB drive to your PC where you have installed Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 8.1 or Windows 10. Be sure to backup all data from your USB drive. Run Rufus utility.

Under the Device section, select your USB drive that you want to make bootable, select MBR partition scheme for BIOS or UEFI computers, or GPT partition scheme for UEFI computer depending the type of partition type on your PC.


Next, select the File system as FAT32 (default) as it supports both BIOS and UEFI. Enter a volume label, click on the CD/DVD drive icon to browse to the Windows ISO image file. Select the file.

Finally, click Start button, click OK button when you see the warning dialog to continue its job.

When using ISO images, Rufus will automatically modify the settings to best match it. Once everything is set correctly, click the Start button to begin the process. You'll be prompted with a warning that all data on the UFD will be destroyed.

Once Rufus completes its job, you’ll see “Done” message. That’s it!

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Complete Guide to set Default Printer In Windows 10

[Tips and tricks] Complete Guide to set Default Printer In Windows 10 - Windows 10 automatically sets the most recently used printer as the default one. Although this is a nice feature to have, not everyone prefers to set the most recently used printer as the default printer. Many users prefer to manually set a printer as default.


Complete Guide to set Default Printer In Windows 10

Every time you select a printer different from the default one in the print dialog stack, Windows 10 sets the selected printer as the new default printer in windows 10 printer settings. But if you want to change default printer windows 10 then here is a guide on how to set default printer in windows 10 (See More: automatically skip the Windows 10 login screen).

Method 1: Use Settings

First, Open Settings. Click Devices. Click Printers & Scanners. Here, in Printers and Scanners section, click on the printer which you want to set as the default printer to see Open queue, Manage, and Remove device buttons. Click the Manage button.

Now, Click Set as default button to set the selected printer as your default printer on Windows 10.


Method 2: Use application

Launch any classic desktop program such as Word or Paint. After launching the program, simultaneously press Ctrl + P keys to open the Print dialog. Alternatively, click the File menu and then click Print option to see the Print dialog.

Now, in Select Printer section, right-click on the printer which you would like to make as the default printer in Windows 10 and then click Set as default printer option.


Good Luck!

Saturday, March 18, 2017

Complete Guide to automatically skip the Windows 10 login screen

[Settings Windows] Complete Guide to automatically skip the Windows 10 login screen - Protecting your account and data with a strong password or using one of the above mentioned methods is a good idea. While fingerprint and face recognition sign in methods are easy and fast, users who don’t have compatible PCs have no option but to use the traditional method of typing the password every time to sign in to Windows 10.


Complete Guide to automatically skip the Windows 10 login screen

As with previous versions of Windows, you can configure Windows 10 so that you are logged into your account automatically. This is great if you are the only person using your computer as it shaves valuable seconds off the startup process. If you're sick of typing your password, here's how to bypass Windows 10's login screen and log into your account automatically (See More: Find Large Files in Windows 10).

First, In the Windows 10 Search box (next to the Start button), type the following command, and hit the Enter key: netplwiz



The User Accounts window will launch.  In the list of users under User Name, left-click on your user name to highlight it. Once highlighted, uncheck the Users must enter a user name and password to use this computer check box at the top of the list. Click the Apply button.


When prompted, enter your password, for what will be the last time, confirm it, and then click OK. 


That's it. Once you restart your computer, you'll be automatically logged into your chosen account. Simple!

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Complete Guide to Find Large Files in Windows 10

[Tip computer] Complete Guide to Find Large Files in Windows 10 - The File Explorer’s search in Windows 10 is better than ever. It has many advanced filters to quickly find out files that you are looking for. The best thing is that you don’t need to remember or search the web for these filters as the File Explorer now shows all these advanced filters under the Search tab.


Complete Guide to Find Large Files in Windows 10

The first method to find large files is with File Explorer. The default file manager app in Windows 10 has a special search box. When it gets focused, it shows a number of advanced options in the Ribbon (See More: Run any app on Windows 10 login screen).

Open the File Explorer. Navigate to the drive or folder where you want to search for large files > Click on the search field to see Search tab.

On the Ribbon, look at the "Size" button. It is a drop down list using which you can create a filter for searching by file size. It supports the following options:

Empty (0 KB)
Tiny (0 – 10 KB)
Small (10 – 100 KB)
Medium (100 KB – 1 MB)
Large (1 – 16 MB)
Huge (16 – 128 MB)
Gigantic (> 128 MB)


Tip: You can use your own, custom size filters. All you need is type the desired filter condition in the search box of File Explorer as follows:

size:>500MB

Tip: To find out all files with more than 1 GB but less than 5 GB (you can set any size)

size:>500MB<5gb

This will allow you to find files larger than 2 Gigabytes. You can specify the size in KB, MB, GB etc. For example, you can enter 5KB, 10GB or 10MB. This way you can search for big files and prevent your device from running out of disk space. Good Luck!

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Complete Guide to turn on to close all tabs in Microsoft Edge

[Tips and tricks] Complete Guide to turn on to close all tabs in Microsoft Edge - If you had, for some reason, checked the Always close all tabs option and now want to restore “Do you want to close all tabs?” prompt, you will be surprised to know that there is no option in Microsoft Edge to restore the prompt.


Complete Guide to turn on to close all tabs in Microsoft Edge

Follow the steps below to re-enable “Do you want to close all tabs?” prompt in Microsoft Edge browser (See more: turn off ads in File Explorer in windows 10).

First, Open the Registry Editor by typing Regedit in Start/taskbar search field and then pressing Enter key. The Registry Editor can also be launched by typing Regedit.exe in Run command box. When you see the User Account Control prompt, click Yes button.

In the Registry Editor, navigate to the following key:
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\ Local Settings\Software\Microsoft\Windows\ CurrentVersion\AppContainer\Storage \microsoft.microsoftedge_8wekyb3d8bbwe\ MicrosoftEdge\Main
On the right-side, create a new DWORD value by right-clicking on an empty spot, clicking New, and then clicking DWORD (32-bit) Value. Name it AskToCloseAllTabs.


Now right click the newly created DWORD now called AskToCloseAllTabs and select Modify.


This should bring back the “Do you want to close all tabs” prompt. Good Luck.

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Complete Guide to turn off ads in File Explorer in windows 10

[Settings Windows] Complete Guide to turn off ads in File Explorer in windows 10 - Advertisement in Windows is not an entirely new concept, but it is being pushed in Windows 10 like never before. Ads have been spotted on the lockscreen, the start menu, the share menu, and the taskbar already. Not all users see all the ads all the time, and it is quite possible that some users may have seen them in only some locations, or even none at all.


Complete Guide to turn off ads in File Explorer in windows 10

That venerable center of most Windows users’ navigation can, on occasion, show an ad like the one below. The ads appear on some Windows 10 Anniversary Update PCs, and it looks like they’re going to become more common with version 1703.

While most users will not mind seeing information about Windows 10 and newly added features, Microsoft is using the space to display ads as well. For instance, according to a Reddit user, Windows 10 File Explorer is displaying OneDrive and Office 365 subscription offers (See more: Run any app on Windows 10 login screen).

Luckily, there is an option in Windows 10 Folder Options to turn off Sync provider notifications or notification in File Explorer.

Method 1: Turn off ads in Windows Explorer

To turn of the ads in File Explorer for instance, you have to do the following:

  1. Open File Explorer on the Windows 10 machine.
  2. Select File > Options at the top.
  3. Switch to the View menu when the Folder Options window opens.
  4. Scroll down until you find "show sync provider notifications".
  5. Uncheck that box.
  6. Click ok.


The name of the feature suggests that the "notifications" are limited to file sync services such as OneDrive, and not just limited to OneDrive.

Method 2: Use registry

First of all, open Registry Editor. Type Regedit in Start menu or taskbar search box and then press Enter key.

In the Registry Editor window, navigate to the following key:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\ CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced

On the right-side, look for ShowSyncProviderNotifications DWORD, double-click on it and finally, change its value data to 0 (zero) to turn off notifications.


To show notifications again, change the value data to 1. Good Luck!

Friday, March 3, 2017

Complete Guide to Run any app on Windows 10 login screen

[Settings Windows] Complete Guide to Run any app on Windows 10 login screen - You can configure Windows 10 to launch one program right from the login screen by replacing the Ease of Access feature with a program. So, when you click on the Ease of Access button on the login screen of Windows 10, your program will be launched.


Complete Guide to Run any app on Windows 10 login screen

Windows 10’s login screen has an Ease-of-Access button that lets you launch accessibility features such as Narrator, Magnifier, or On-Screen Keyboard along with a few options like below. If none of these apps are interesting to you, here is how you can reassign it to any app that is useful to you so you can run it without even logging in (See More: show battery percentage in Windows 10 taskbar).

First, Type Regedit in Start/taskbar search box or Run command box and then press Enter key. Click Yes button when you see the UAC prompt to open Registry Editor.

In the Registry Editor, navigate to the following key:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\ Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Image File Execution Options
Now, Create a new registry key and name it utilman.exe key (right-click on Image File Execution Options key, click New, click Key. Name the new key as utilman.exe).


Then, select the new utilman.exe key. On the right-side, right-click on an empty spot, click New, click String value, and then name it as Debugger.


Finally, double-click on Debugger value and change its value data to the path of CMD or any other tool that you would like to launch from the login screen. For you reference, the Command Prompt path is C:\Windows\System32\CMD.exe (where “C” is Windows 10 install drive).


Click on the Ease of Access button to launch your program. By the way, if you have added Command Prompt, after capturing the screen, please click Edit menu and then click Copy option to copy the screenshot to the clipboard as the Command Prompt doesn’t allow you save it from the login screen. Good Luck!

Sunday, February 26, 2017

Complete Guide to show battery percentage in Windows 10 taskbar

[Settings Windows] Complete Guide to show battery percentage in Windows 10 taskbar - On Windows 10, there is no built-in way to see battery percentage in the taskbar. You only see a battery percentage icon. Users have to hover over the battery icon, or click on the icon to open the Power widget to see how much battery power is left.


Complete Guide to show battery percentage in Windows 10 taskbar

BatteryBar is a paid battery-related utility app for Windows. It allows you to quickly see your laptop’s battery health, and a number of other parameters. More importantly, its icon in the Windows 10 taskbar shows the battery percentage, just like you want to! (See More: show Touch keyboard automatically in windows 10)

To get rolling, here’s what you’ll need to do:

  1. Head on over here and download the free version of the app.
  2. Go through the basic installation process (you can safely click Next through it, as there was no unwanted stuff installed).

That’s pretty all there is to it. Clicking the battery bar icon in your toolbar will switch between time remaining and percentage remaining.

The BatteryBar appears on the taskbar right after you install the program. But if it’s not showing up taskbar, right-click on the empty spot on the taskbar, click Toolbars and then click BatteryBar to show BatteryBar on your Windows 10 taskbar.


With default settings, BatteryBar displays time remaining instead of battery percentage. Simply perform a click on the BatteryBar in the taskbar to toggle between time remaining and percentage. Good Luck!

Saturday, February 25, 2017

Complete Guide to show Touch keyboard automatically in windows 10

[Tips and tricks] Complete Guide to show Touch keyboard automatically in windows 10 - You can use a keyboard and mouse when you choose, or you can optimize your screen for a great touch experience. However, I notice that I prefer to stay in desktop mode even when I don't have the Type cover attached to the Surface.

Complete Guide to show Touch keyboard automatically in windows 10

When you change the mode of usage of your Windows 10 from the Desktop mode to the Tablet mode, you can make the Touch keyboard appear automatically on your screen. Windows 10, by default will not make the Touch keyboard appear when you tap on the address bar or text fields. But if you wish you can change this behavior (See more: Open On-Screen Keyboard in windows 10).

  1. First, Open All Settings, and then go to Devices.
  2. One the left-hand side of the Devices screen, select Typing and then scroll on the right-hand side until you locate Automatically show the touch keyboard in the windowed apps when there's no keyboard attached to your device.




You will see that the default is ‘Off’. Toggle the button to the ‘On’ position.

You will now find that Windows 10 is more touch-friendly, since the Touch keyboard appears automatically when you switch the mode of usage of your device.

Good Luck!