How to Fix “There was a problem starting logilda.dll” in Windows 10

If you use a Logitech device such as a mouse, keyboard, or headset, you probably ended up installing an application extension called the Logitech Download Assistant on your computer. It’s what keeps the drivers and other Logitech support software automatically up-to-date in Windows 10. But if the Logitech Download Assistant has trouble loading, you’ll start …

How to Fix a Bad Pool Caller BSOD on Windows

BAD_POOL_CALLER (OxC2) is among the rarer BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) STOP codes you’ll come across on Windows 10. It tends to show up when your computer fails to access CPU resources because of a flawed system configuration. Likely reasons for the error include buggy device drivers, disk-related issues, and (to a lesser extent) faulty …

How to Kill a Process in Windows 10

Whether you’re dealing with a slow computer or just noticed a bunch of bloatware hogging all resources, killing the offending processes in Windows is the best method to deal with the problem. Not only does this boost the performance of your PC, but it can also help stave off spyware and viruses. And before you …

How to Set Process Priority in Task Manager on Windows 10

Changing the process priority of your important tasks is one of the more advanced ways to boost performance in Windows 10. Easy enough to do, but a bit tricky not to mess up accidentally. What exactly is process priority? Should you be making changes to it? And how do you actually set the process priority …

What Is the EFI Partition in Windows 10 and Should You Delete It?

Have you ever gone poking around in your computer and found partitions or disk volumes you didn’t know existed? Or, have you noticed that a Windows installation makes two partitions; a large one and a smaller one? The small one is either 100 MB or 600 MB in size. What is that? Do you need …

What Is Win32:BogEnt and How to Remove It

Although antivirus programs are often unproblematic, there are instances when they act abnormally. Several Windows users report that antivirus programs (particularly Avast and AVG) display a “Win32:BogEnt” or “Win32:BogEnt [Susp.]” error while installing or updating Steam games. This error implies that the antivirus removed or quarantined a file it suspects to be malicious from your …

What is the Waasmedic Service and Is It Safe?

If you’re viewing this page on a Windows PC, then you’re already relying on several system processes to get you here. At the top is the Windows system kernel (ntoskrnl.exe) which allows software to interact with your PC hardware. Lower-level applications like Chrome (chrome.exe) use the kernel to display pages like this one. Unfortunately, not …