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  1. Please let me know here whenever it will be ready to go.
  2. Yes, I also found this in my research when I was looking for the same thing. There is no option for desktop, but you can adjust in the laptops easily.
  3. It is true that Chrome's tabs take lots of ram. If you are choosing chrome, then you should have enough RAM. This is its disadvantage. It is secure in terms of security because we all have lots of passwords saved in it. Google Chrome saved all of our passwords in encryption format. That's why I like it.
  4. Thanks @Kanna. This is the easiest way to remove any addon (extension) from the chrome. Google Chrome is the best browser as of now.
  5. Agreed with @Slottr, most probably it happens with the OEM keys. One more possibility can be there, if you have ever used pirated Win 10 on that PC, then the activation process tells you that "Could not activate your license due to could not connect to the MS server" Make sure 'Windows Update' and "Software Distribution" services are in the running state. Hence, make sure Windows is getting updates properly.
  6. Yes, we should not say "for sure" because sometimes it isn't compatible with Windows 10 and totally depends on the printer company's provided driver, so we can't make any changes in it. Thanks for correcting me.
  7. Yes, if you install Windows 10 32bit on that computer then Windows XP 32bit driver will work for sure. This is my personal experience.
  8. Could you please provide the printer model number, so I can check the possibility of its drivers?
  9. You can get the Windows product key from the computer using this free app: https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/product_cd_key_viewer.html
  10. You can install it manually. Here's a guide to help you: https://www.dell.com/support/article/en-in/sln121527/how-to-find-drivers-for-devices-using-a-hardware-id?lang=en
  11. ` Glad to know that my suggestion works for you. Could you please mark my answer as a solved answer so that others can get that on the top.
  12. I'm so sorry for the misunderstanding. Yes, I misunderstood. I have read your first message carefully. Please try the following solution: Use the Windows Search and Indexing troubleshooter to try to fix any problems that affect this process. To do this, follow these steps: Select Start , then select Settings . In Windows Settings, select Update & security > Troubleshoot . Under Find and fix other problems, select Search and Indexing . Run the troubleshooter, and select any problems that apply. Windows will try to detect and solve them. You can also use a command prompt to open the troubleshooter. To do this, press Windows logo key +R, enter cmd in the Open box, and then select OK. At the command prompt, run the following command: msdt.exe -ep WindowsHelp id SearchDiagnostic Also try to use cortana:
  13. Try this: https://www.techsupportall.com/desktop-icons-are-not-showing-icons-disappeared/ Reply again if it doesn't work.
  14. Thanks for sharing your research with me here. Yes, others will surely get help with your solution and research.
  15. Glad to know that the issue has been fixed. If you have dual boot then this would be the best option to delete this type of file or folder.