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Recover a Word Document

There are many instances where you’re going to want to recover a lost Microsoft Word document. Here are numerous methods for doing so.

What is a Blue Screen of Death?

When your PC freezes up and displays a blue screen full of error information, this is a Blue Screen of Death or BSoD. It’s important to know more about them.

Using Windows 7 Sticky Notes

Sticky Notes are like a better Notepad application in Windows 7, for those that want their notes on top of the screen at all times.

PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA means you’ve installed new hardware, perhaps as an upgrade to old hardware, but are continuing to use the old drivers. Here’s how to fix it.

Remote Desktop Connection allows you to access a home PC from work, or vice-versa. It gives you control of the other PC to move files back and forth, for example.

The IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL error in a Blue Screen of Death is due to a faulty device driver, or a bad Windows service caused by an antivirus or backup application. Find out how to fix it.

Reinstall Video Drivers in Windows 7

Sometimes Windows will install with generic or wrong video drivers. Here’s how to get the right ones for your card.

Users of Internet Explorer versions 6 through 9 are at risk of a security breach. Find out more about the problem and how to fix it.

Disable Windows XP Error Reporting

The error reporting screens that pop up in Windows XP are annoying and not all that useful. Here’s how to turn off all but the most critical ones.

The KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED error within a Blue Screen of Death points to a driver failure involving a newly-installed piece of hardware. Here’s how to track down what’s causing it.

Fix Windows 7 File Errors

There’s an easy way to verify and repair your files in Windows 7, and this step can often prevent Blue Screens of Death from happening.

The Windows Action Center is a great place to learn about issues that your Windows Vista or Windows 7 PC is having.

Set Up a Password in Windows XP

It’s important to password protect your accounts in Windows XP to prevent unauthorized users from gaining access. Here’s how you do that.

  A couple weeks ago, we held an informal survey on the ReviverSoft Facebook Page and asked people how they felt about the Windows Start Menu being removed in Windows 8. The Start Menu has been present in Windows since Windows 95 was introduced over 16 years ago. This has been an extremely hot topic in the press; you can see PC World’s opinion here, and track all of the trending discussion about the topic here. Everyone is welcome to their own opinion, but we were curious as to what the majority […]

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