In this tutorial you will find step-by-step instructions on how to migrate your existing Synology NAS to a new one by using an external hard drive. By using the instructions below, you will able to transfer the configuration and all the data and applications from your old Synology Server to the new one without data […]
FIX: Application Specific Permission Settings do not grant Local Launch permission for Windows.SecurityCenter.SecurityAppBroker (Solved)
The warning event 10016 with description "The application-specific permission settings do not grant Local Launch permission for the COM Server application with CLSID Windows.SecurityCenter.SecurityAppBroker", usually occurs on Windows 10 PCs and is related to the "Security Center" service.
If you want to run an application as a Service in Windows OS, then continue reading this tutorial. As you know, the common methods to run a program at Windows Startup is to place the program at Windows Startup folder, or to run the program at startup by using the Windows Registry, or to start […]
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, one of the most powerful antimalware programs in the last years, recently updated to its latest version 3.0. In the latest version, Malwarebytes has removed "Anti-Malware" from program's name, because now the program combines anti-malware and antivirus protection.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to convert a User mailbox (aka "Regular Mailbox") to Shared Mailbox or a Shared mailbox to User mailbox in Office365. One of the most useful features of Office 365, is the ability to create shared mailboxes. A shared mailbox can be accessed from many users and unlike a […]
Many users have reported the annoying issue that they cannot remove a Keyboard language in Windows 10, because the unwanted language doesn't appear in "Preferred languages" list.
This article contains instructions to solve the DOS/4G error (2001) exception 0Dh in Windows 10, when trying to run a DOS application that uses the DOS/4G extender. DOS/4G is a 32-bit DOS extender developed by Rational Systems (later Tenberry Software) that allows DOS programs to eliminate the 640 KB conventional memory limit