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The solution to the non-working/ windows audio service is not enabled There has been one common technical issue that has been lately bothering many Windows OS users. It is about the following – the audio service is not running. The Sound...Show More Summary
One of the latest issues that seems to be stalking Windows 10 users appears to be a process you can see in your Task Manager called “System Host: Local System (Network Restricted)”. It tends to be using an enormous amount... Continue Reading ? The post How To Stop “System Host: Local System (Network Restricted)” From Using High CPU appeared first on Dowser.
This page was created to help you fix fix the User Profile Service failed the logon issue. The User Profile Service failed the logon Windows 7 and later The User Profile Service failed the logon is an error Windows users might... Continue Reading ? The post “The User Profile Service failed the logon” Fix appeared first on Dowser.
The article was created to show you how to find your Windows 7/Windows 10 product key. When buying a new Windows OS, you will also receive a certain product key, that you need to activate the OS. Unfortunately, Microsoft has... Continue Reading ? The post How to Find Windows 7/10 Product Key appeared first on Dowser.
This page was created to fix the WiFi frequently disconnects issue on Windows 10. WiFi sense is the reason behind these frequent disconnects. In this article we’ll explain how to disable WiFi Sense. What is WiFi sense? If you’re an Windows 10... Continue Reading ? The post Best Fix: WiFi frequently disconnects (Windows 10 WiFi Sense) appeared first on Dowser.
What is True Key? A short review In this article we’ll explain what is True Key, highlight it’s features and also provide a Removal Guide for those of you who dislike the program or become dissatisfied with the service it... Continue Reading ? The post What is True Key (by Intel Security)? appeared first on Dowser.
How does AdClick “Virus” work? Adware stands for advertising-supported software and is classed as anything that renders adverts on your PC to generate money for whoever it is advertising for. Adverts through this method become very obtrusive and can often... Continue Reading ?
What you should know about Smart New Tab “Virus” Smart New Tab “Virus” characteristics and how did I get it All adware programs are an annoyance for the users and Smart New Tab “Virus” is no exception. With its obstructive... Continue Reading ?
How To Get rid of Trusted Surf According to security experts, Trusted Surf is being classified, not as a virus, but as an adware. What is the difference? Well, an adware is a non-malicious piece of programming code that does... Continue Reading ?
What is Albireo “Virus” Have you ever come upon messages on your computer claiming that you won a prize, e-mails with no certain recipient and no purpose, discount coupons for the most frequently visited online shops etc.? Do pop-up or banner... Continue Reading ?
We’ve been told time and time again that telling a child they can’t do something just makes them want to do it more. It is particularly difficult to resist a child’s pleas when a prohibition violates their sense of fairness... Continue Reading ?
Do you know how many servings of fruits or vegetables you ate in the past 24 hours? If it’s two or more, you’re in the minority. Almost 70 percent of Americans eat one serving or less of fresh produce each... Continue Reading ?
Could we have outgrown modern agriculture? Dr. E Ann Clark thinks “agriculture was never designed to be sustainable,” and argues in recent research that we need to re-vision our food production systems entirely for today’s needs. We do not have a... Continue Reading ?
In our Big Ideas series, we check in regularly with top thinkers in the field of social innovation. We want to know what they’re working on, what questions they’re wrestling with, and what opportunities and challenges they see up ahead for... Continue Reading ?
Gabriel Brodbar is the founding director of the Catherine B. Reynolds Program in Social Entrepreneurship at NYU, which is designed to attract, train, and encourage the next generation of leaders interested in careers in public service. The program, which will... Continue Reading ?
Ami Dar’s career as a social entrepreneur began with an epiphany, $1,000, and a childhood dream to change the world. Years later, he would act on that dream when he founded Idealist, a pioneering web-based portal that serves as a... Continue Reading ?
“They call me ‘Mama Poo’” Anne told me matter-of-factly as we strolled through a dusty pathway in Silanga, a small neighborhood in the expansive Kibera slums of Nairobi, Kenya. “And I like that,” she added. Anne Nudge is a Sales... Continue Reading ?
PROBLEM: In 2006, residents of Arlington, VA were close to losing an after-school program that taught kids how to fix bikes. Community Spokes, as the program was known then, recruited economically disadvantaged students to learn bicycle mechanics, at once offering... Continue Reading ?