How to Disable Print Spooler Service on Windows 10

If you’re witnessing error messages such as “Print Spooler Error” or “Printer Connection Failed”, you may want to disable the Print Spooler service and re-enable it to see if that fixes the issue. For now, though, Windows users have another reason to disable the Print Spooler service because of the…

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FIX: Can’t Disable Touchpad in Windows 10

If you use an external pointing device with your Windows 10 laptop, you probably wouldn’t want any unintentional touches or presses on the built-in touchpad to register. Disabling it can help. But rarely, the options that allow you to deactivate the touchpad may not work or appear missing. So if…

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Can’t Uninstall Discord? How to Uninstall it Properly

Discord is a great VoIP app to have, particularly for gamers. But like any other app, Discord often runs into problems. For example, it sometimes gets stuck on the connecting screen or refuses to launch altogether. Since some great Discord alternatives are available, you may want to uninstall Discord in…

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How to Factory Reset an Xbox One or Xbox Series X

Modern game consoles are essentially specialized computers. The Xbox One and Xbox Series X are powerful machines, but they can suffer from errors or corrupt files like any computer. Performing a factory reset on an Xbox One or Xbox Series X can correct these problems, and Xbox offers multiple ways…

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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…

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How to Fix a Reference By Pointer BSOD on Windows

The adage that “nothing is perfect” is certainly true for software development, where bugs can and will derail the user experience. Unfortunately, if your PC crashes with a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) error, a serious PC fault is occurring, and it’s usually (although not always) caused by bugs in…

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