Introduction Today I'll show you how to fix common errors on your Apple macOS using the built-in Disk Utility tool. If you're experiencing any of the following, Disk Utility should be able to fix it: Single/Multiple apps randomly closing Corrupted files An external device doesn't work properly Computer won't start up You'll need to run Disk Utility on each volume/container on the storage device, then run it on the storage device … [Read more...] about Repair macOS File System Errors with Disk Utility
Introduction If your Windows computer is experiencing crashes, programs that won't open, or other bugs (Blue Screen of Death, BSOD), the built-in System File Checker is a godsend. I used to repair PCs and found that System File Checker (SFC) can fix a wide variety of Windows issues reasonably fast, depending on the speed of the computer. It usually takes between 10 and 30 minutes to complete. So before you purchase one of the many 'repair' tools … [Read more...] about Fix Windows with System File Checker
Introduction Resetting or refreshing Windows 10 is a straightforward process and can fix many issues like corrupted system files, a terminal virus infection/malware, or if you're selling your computer and don't want your files left on the PC. I'll show you two ways to reset/refresh Windows 10: refresh your PC and keep all your files and folders, or a complete factory reset that will delete everything. Both methods will install a fresh version … [Read more...] about Reset or Refresh Windows 10
Introduction In this guide, you'll learn to unzip files in almost any Linux distribution, and it's a lot easier than you think. Most Linux distributions don't have an app for unzipping files, so we need to install one first. Let's get started. Install unzip on Ubuntu/Debian Open your Terminal application, then enter the following code: sudo apt install unzip Install unzip on Fedora/CentOS Open your Terminal application and enter the … [Read more...] about Easily Unzip Files in Linux
Check Windows Version Here's how to check what version of Windows 10 you're using. We use the System Information app to see what version of Windows 10 you have. Type "System Information" inside the Windows search box or magnify icon bottom-left of your screen. The System Information app will open and at the very top you will see the Windows 10 version (Home, Pro, Education or Enterprise). Just below it you can see your build number. … [Read more...] about What version of Windows 10 do I have?