Monday, June 26, 2017

Firms Can Now Buy and Manage Software With The Help Of This New Service

As enterprises grow in size it becomes harder for them to manage their software assets. Systems get decentralized and employees aren't always sure what tools are available, which can lead to the adoption of shadow IT.

Leading systems integrator World Wide Technology (WWT) is launching a new service called EA+ which guides enterprise buyers through the entire process of defining, choosing and implementing a complete software stack.



EA+ manages every part of the software buying process, from initial purchase, to implementation, to renewal. Clients get access to WWT's $150 million Advanced Technology Center, a dedicated testing environment where proposed software solutions of any type can be evaluated before they are rolled out within an organization. The latest technologies from major companies including Cisco, Microsoft, Dell EMC, HPE, NetApp, VMware and F5 are preconfigured into a fully scalable environment that can mimic any software scenario. This allows companies to find the right software that fits their needs, removing any uncertainty from the buying equation. At the same time WWT consultants work with clients to ensure they get full business value from their software agreements.

"EA+ is a complete rethinking of how enterprise agreements work," says Dean Romero, practice director for software and lifecycle services at World Wide Technology. "Instead of just being a pricing tool, we’ve turned it into an asset that delivers business outcomes. Speed, simplicity and innovation can be achieved if you utilize the right approach to your software. With EA+ we can cut a clear path for that approach."

You can find out more on the WWT website and it will also be showcased at this week's Cisco Live in Las Vegas.



Manjaro Linux Version 17.0.2 Arch-based OS Now Released with GNOME, KDE, and Xfce

Many Linux snobs push the Arch operating system as the greatest thing since sliced bread. In fact, some members of the Arch community (not all of them) can be downright mean and unpleasant to non-users. Not using Arch? Ugh. Peasant! In reality, while Arch is a fine OS (stable and fast), it can be very hard to install and set up, and quite frankly, often not worth the hassle. People have lives to live, and sometimes it is easy to forget that an operating system and associated computer are tools -- not a religion.  



But OK, if you want the benefits of Arch without the tedious setup process, there are Linux distributions that can help. One such operating system that I love is Manjaro. The OS is excellent, and you can tell the developers truly care about the user experience. Its wonderful Calamares installer makes everything a breeze. Today, version 17.0.2 becomes available with three of the best desktop environments -- GNOME, KDE, and Xfce.


"Manjaro Gellivara was a great release! Now we are proud to announce v17.0.2, which fixes a lot of issues we had with our original release of Gellivara. It took us almost three months to finish this updated version. We improved our hardware detection, renewed our installer (Calamares), added the latest packages available to our install media and polished our release as a whole," says Philip Müller, Manjaro Development Team.

Müller shares the following significant feature updates.

  • Latest LTS kernel from linux49 series
  • Latest Xorg-Stack from v1.19 series
  • Latest Plasma5, Apps and Framework and QT
  • Updates to our graphical package managers
  • Enhancements and Improvements to our Manjaro Tools & Profiles
  • MHWD adopted a more efficient way to handle libglx binaries
  • Updated and new designed themes and styles
  • Updates on Calamares
Manjaro_Linux_17_Xfce


While installing Manjaro effectively gives you an Arch base, don't expect "true" Arch users to give you any respect or support -- you will still be looked at as an outsider by many (again, not all) in that semi-toxic community. You know what? Don't worry about that. Just enjoy using the fast and stable operating system that you installed without grief.

Ready to download? You can get the ISO here. While I am a fan of GNOME, both KDE and Xfce are good choices too. If your computer has meager specifications, I would suggest Xfce, as it is the most lightweight desktop environment of the three.



Facebook Messenger Updated Video Chats With sexier New Masks, Filters and Reactions

Facebook Messenger today receives a boatload of visual updates as the social networking company tries to appeal to a younger audience with video chat. The update sees Facebook continuing its expansion of reactions so they can now be used in video chats, but there are also other ways to spice up conversations.  






The existing collection of masks has been bolstered with new additions -- complete with Easter eggs -- and there is also a range of filters to choose from.

Facebook says that filters are a way to "look and feel like your best self or express your current mood." In practice, it means tinkering with color and lighting settings. And yes, it is another example of Facebook borrowing from Snapchat. Writing about the arrival of reactions, Facebook says: "These reactions will animate onto the screen and then disappear, so you can express yourself in the moment. To keep the fun alive, most reactions have different versions depending on whether your face is on or off the screen."

Masks are -- as Facebook points out -- not new in themselves, but there are some new additions to the fold. In addition to animated effects, some masks have hidden features, so that's something to look out for.

One final new addition makes it easier to share screengrabs of your chats:

People like to take screenshots of their video chats and share them with friends -- whether that's one-on-one with your sibling or in a group with your best friends. Messenger video chat now has a new feature to easily capture and share your memories. Simply tap the camera icon to take a picture of your video chat to save it to your phone’s camera roll. From there, decide if you want to post it to your Messenger Day or other social media accounts. You can also send the picture to the person or group that you're video chatting with. So, throw on a love reaction, black and white filter, or flower crown mask and snap a pic with your friends and family.



How To Buy The Nintendo Super NES Classic Edition That Is Coming Soon

Last year, Nintendo shocked the world with the miniature NES Classic Edition. This game console was a mini replica of the original NES (with comically short controller cables), that came pre-loaded with many classic games. Thanks to both nostalgia and a low price, it became a very popular holiday gift, making it hard to find. Despite the popularity, Nintendo discontinued it, meaning many people couldn't get one even if they wanted it. Many have speculated that the stoppage in manufacturing was due to the fact that the NES Classic Edition was hacked to play additional pirated games.  
How To Buy The Nintendo Super NES Classic Edition That Is Coming Soon




Today, Nintendo announces yet another such console -- the Super NES Classic Edition. Yes, a mini SNES is coming, and this could prove even more popular than its predecessor. Not only does it come pre-loaded with many classic games from yesteryear, but an unreleased one too -- Star Fox 2! The game can be unlocked by simply beating the first level of the original Star Fox.


"On Sept. 29, this beloved console is coming back to stores in the form of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System: Super NES Classic Edition. The mini system, which contains 21 pre-installed classic games and can easily be plugged into any high-definition TV using the included HDMI cable, will be available at a suggested retail price of $79.99. And for the first time, players who pick up the system can enjoy the intergalactic adventure Star Fox 2, the sequel to the original Star Fox game that was created during the Super NES era but never released … anywhere," says Nintendo.

Doug Bowser, Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Nintendo of America says, "While many people from around the world consider the Super NES to be one of the greatest video game systems ever made, many of our younger fans never had a chance to play it. With the Super NES Classic Edition, new fans will be introduced to some of the best Nintendo games of all time, while longtime fans can relive some of their favorite retro classics with family and friends."



Nintendo shares a full list of the 21 installed games below:

  • Contra III: The Alien Wars
  • Donkey Kong Country
  • EarthBound
  • Final Fantasy III
  • F-ZERO
  • Kirby Super Star
  • Kirby’s Dream Course
  • The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
  • Mega Man X
  • Secret of Mana
  • Star Fox
  • Star Fox 2
  • Street Fighter II Turbo: Hyper Fighting
  • Super Castlevania IV
  • Super Ghouls ’n Ghosts
  • Super Mario Kart
  • Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
  • Super Mario World
  • Super Metroid
  • Super Punch-Out!!
  • Yoshi’s Island
While we know the Super NES Classic Edition will hit stores on September 29 for $80, we don't know exactly which retailers will carry it. Also a mystery is if the company will allow pre-orders. The shopping experience for the NES mini was a disaster, with people waiting in long lines and being left disappointed. I hope Nintendo values its loyal fans enough to avoid a repeat of that.



Sony Unveils New Program For Original TV Shows on PlayStation

Sony is seeking submissions from filmmakers across the country to help develop a new TV series that will be distributed primarily through its various PlayStation-branded channels.
Sony Unveils New Program For Original TV Shows on PlayStation


In a partnership announced today with a group called Ideas United, Sony is opening up submissions for anyone to submit their best ideas for a new TV show with the eventual winners seeing their idea come to life in a professionally produced pilot.

Called the PlayStation Emerging Filmmakers Program, the entertainment and technology giant will choose 50 submissions to consider, and each of those filmmakers will be able to pitch their idea to a panel of Sony executives and other "film industry professionals." The panel will select 10 concepts to move forward, which will eventually be whittled down to five. Those five winners will be able to create a pilot, which will then be distributed through the usual Sony/PlayStation outlets.

Along each step of the way, filmmakers will win money up to and including $5,000 for the five winning ideas, as well as a producer credit and travel to and from the studio.

This is not Sony's first foray into original video content for PlayStation services. It toyed with the idea dating back to 2010, when a reality competition show called The Tester was released exclusively on the PlayStation Store. More recently, it completed two 10-episode seasons of Powers, based on the Marvel Comics series. That show was available more widely as it was also available on Crackle, another Sony-owned but not PlayStation-branded streaming service.

Today's announcement is a more aggressive push into the original content market. Sony has not clarified exactly where the pilots (or eventual series) will air, though it's likely it will not be exclusively restricted to PlayStation devices. Regardless, the PlayStation Video app is now available on all Android and iOS devices so it can still retain that branding and be widely available to viewers.

It also provided no guidelines on content or subject matter, so although geeky ideas are probably more likely to be favored, Sony may go out of its way to include some submissions that are not the prototypical "video game-inspired" plot lines.

The submission form is available at PlayStationFilmmakers.com and is open through August 1.



Russia Threatens to Block Telegram Messaging App, Claims It Was Used By Terrorists

Russia has threatened a ban against Telegram end-to-end encrypted messaging app, after Pavel Durov, its founder, refused to sign up to the country's new data protection laws.

Russia's FSB intelligence service said on Monday that the terrorists who killed 15 people in Saint Petersburg in April had used the Telegram encrypted messaging service to plot the attacks.  





According to the new Russian Data Protection Laws, since January 1, all foreign tech companies have been required to store past six months' of the personal data of its citizens and encryption keys within the country; which the company has to share with the authorities on demand.

"There is one demand, and it is simple: to fill in a form with information on the company that controls Telegram," Alexander Zharov said, head of communications regulator Roskomnadzor (state communications watchdog).
"And to officially send it to Roskomnadzor to include this data in the registry of organizers of dissemination of information. In case of refusal… Telegram shall be blocked in Russia until we receive the needed information."Russian wants Telegram to share its users' chats and crypto keys if asked, as the encrypted messaging app has become widely popular among terrorists for operating inside Russia.

Founder Pavel Durov said on Twitter that Intelligence agencies had pressured the company to weaken its encryption or install a backdoor.

So far, Telegram has refused to comply with the requirements in order to protect the privacy of its more than 6 million Russian users.

November last year, LinkedIn, the world's largest online professional network, was also banned in Russia for not complying with the country's data protection laws.



Make Your Philips Hue Widgets Appear On Your Android Home Screen

Philips Hue’s Android widgets are a robust way to control several of your lights at the touch of a button. You can turn lights on and off or apply multiple scenes at once. Here’s how to create an Android widget for Philips Hue and what you can do with them. 




To get started with a Hue widget, hold down an open space on your Android home screen and tap Widgets.
Scroll down in the list of widgets and find Hue. There are two widgets here. One is a single Hue button that you can program to change up to four lights at once. The second widget is an array of four of those buttons. There’s functionally no difference between adding one four-button widget and four one-button widgets, so pick whichever one works for your needs. We’ll use the single button widget for now.
Place your widget in an empty space on your home screen.
First, give your widget a name. This label will appear on the home screen under your widget, so give it a short, descriptive name.
Optionally, you can tap Icon to add a symbol to the front of your widget. If you don’t want to add a symbol, you can skip this step.
Choose from the library of available icons.
Next, under “When I activate this widget” tap “Where?”
On the next screen, select up to four rooms that you want to control with your widget. In my case, I want a single widget that will turn off the living room light, and turn on my TV accent light and ambient room light with a single tap. So, I’ll choose Living Room, Display, and TV Accent. When you’re done picking your rooms, tap the arrow at the top left corner of the screen.
Back on the main widget set up screen, you’ll now see new rows for each light you want to change. Tap each light to choose which scene or action you want to take when you tap the widget.
At the top of the list, you’ll see a few special actions. “Off” will turn the light or lights in a room off. Last on state will turn the light on to whatever scene or color you last chose for the selected room. Below that, you’ll see several scenes. These presets can change your lights to various dimming levels or colors (if your bulbs support them). Choose the one you want for each room you chose earlier.
Once you’ve chosen an action for all of the rooms you selected, tap Save in the upper right corner of the screen.
You should now see your Hue widget on your home screen.
To use your widget, tap it, and it will change all of the lights you set up at once.



How to Create Instant Quick Actions For Your Abode Home Security System

Abode’s Quick Actions are a lot like shortcuts, giving you quick access to certain tasks so that you don’t have to navigate through menus to do something. Here’s how to set them up.
How to Create Instant Quick Actions For Your Abode Home Security System


One of the main screens in the Abode app on your smartphone is Quick Actions, and there’s even a button called “New Quick Action”. However, it doesn’t work, and you need to go to the Abode web interface in order to create Quick Actions. So if you’ve been confused as to why it won’t work, try the web interface instead.

Once you’re there, log in using your Abode account credentials. 





After you log in, click on “Quick Actions” in the left-hand sidebar.



Click on the “Add” button in the top-right corner of the left-hand window pane.



You’ll now select what you want to happen whenever you execute the Quick Action. There’s not a whole lot you can do, but in this case we’ll select “Capture Images From all Motion Cameras”.



After that, click on the dropdown menu and choose whether or not you want the camera to flash when it takes a snapshot.



Hit “Next”.



Give the Quick Action a name and then hit “Save”.



Your new Quick Action will appear in the list on the web interface, and if you open up the Abode app on your phone, you’ll see it listed as well on the Quick Actions screen. Tapping on the round play button off to the right will execute the Quick Action.



To delete a Quick Action, you have to do it through the web interface by clicking on the small garbage can icon to the left.




What To Do When Windows 10 PC Health Report is Not Available

If in Windows Defender Security Center in Windows 10, you see a Health Report Is Not Available message, then this post may interest you. The Health Report is meant to give you and idea about the health of your computer and point out if there are any issues about Windows Update, Storage capacity, Device Drivers or Battery life. If all is fine, you will see a green checkmark with a No issues text. If there are issues, you will be notified. 
What To Do When Windows 10 PC Health Report is Not Available


Health Report is not available in Windows 10

Health Report Is Not Available
However, at times you may see a Health report is not available message! I have noticed that this message comes randomly sometimes, and if you check up after a couple of days, you will see that this error message disappears and you will be able to see the health status indicators, without having done anything.
Nevertheless, if you find that this message remains even after say a week, there are two things you could try.
1] Run Windows Update manually – and also run the Windows Defender Offline Scan.
Open Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and click on the Check for Updates button to run Windows Update manually.
In Windows 10 v1703, you will be able to access Windows Defender Offline Scan setting via Windows Defender Security Center. Once you open it, click on Virus and Threat Protection link and then on the blue Advanced scan link. Here you will see the option to run Windows Defender Offline scan.
2] Generate a system performance report manually.
To generate a system health report using the Performance Monitor, from the WinX Menu open the Run box, type the following and hit Enter:
perfmon /report
Perfmon basically carries out the following checks:
  • Checks for attributes of the operating system
  • Disk Checks – Checks for disk status
  • Security Center Tests – For the state of Security Center related information.
  • User Account Control
  • Checks Windows Update state
  • Check System Services status
  • Hardware Device and Drivers and Windows Management Infrastructure supported devices.
Once the task has been completed, you will be presented with a list of findings.
Restart your computer and see if it has helped.
If things have worked out for you, will see the following:
Let us know if this worked for you.



Reviewing Ashampoo Snap A Software That Screenshot Capture & Record Windows Screen

Screenshots have become an integral part of our day to day tasks. What is a better way to share some information than sharing the entire screen? If you make some tutorials, software reviews or if you are a developer, screenshots might be a daily activity for you. And having a dedicated tool just to handle screenshots and video captures is pretty amazing. Ashampoo Snap 10 is one such great screenshot software that lets you take screenshots, record screen into a video and do much more.  
Reviewing Ashampoo Snap A Software That Screenshot Capture & Record Windows Screen





Ashampoo Snap Review

I was pretty mesmerized by the way it handled complex tasks. I mean you could record your computer, edit the video and publish it in just seconds. The simplicity and minimalistic look of the UI makes your experience even better. Once you’ve installed and started the program, you can notice a slim blue line in the top right area of your screen. Hovering over that will open the quick actions menu. This menu lets you capture screenshots and videos instantly and on the go.

Screenshots

There are a few modes that the program supports capturing in, all of them are discussed here in detail. Once you’ve taken the screenshot, the program enters the edit mode which lets you make changes and modifications to the image or the video. Edit mode and its various features have been discussed later in the post.
Ashampoo Snap Review
Capture Single Window
This the most widely used operation and lets you capture an entire window or some parts of it. You can capture just the menu bar or the ribbon in office applications or just the entire window. The tool provides on-screen instructions to capture screenshots.
Capture Free Rectangle Region
This mode lets you define a rectangle on the screen and capture a specific area of the screen.
Capture Freestyle Region
Move your mouse around in any shape and capture in whatever area you want.
Capture Fixed Region
Select the dimensions of the area from a drop down and move it around to capture an area with fixed dimensions.
Capture Scrolling Window
This mode is pretty amazing, you can define and fix some area on the screen. Now when you start capturing, scroll down to capture a long screenshot. Using this mode you can capture long lists and whatever that is scrollable.
Capture Internet Explorer/Chrome Window
Capture a complete website already opened in your web browser. Just open your desired website, enter into this capturing mode and left click to start capturing. Ashampoo Snap will automatically scroll through the entire page and capture a long screenshot covering entire web page.
Capture Menu
Well, this mode lets you capture menus without actually taking a complete screenshot.

Videos

Ashampoo Snap 10 also comes with screen recording capabilities because that is what makes a tool complete. The video mode comes with extensive features, you can capture a single window, primary monitor, all monitors, a rectangular region and even webcam. Moreover, you can provide an audio source so that you can also record your voice along with the video.
There are a few other options available as well. You can toggle mouse cursor visibility or enable graphics for pressed keys. And you can change cursor effects along with right-clicking and left-clicking effects. These effects can be enabled so that the clicks are properly understandable in the video. Video Effects and Watermarks can be enabled as well. You can add watermarks with images as well as text. There is also an option to display webcam input along with screen recording. You can choose the webcam position and size on the video canvas.

Edit Mode

Enough about capturing screen in various modes, now let’s check out how to edit and modify your captured images and videos. The edit mode is bounded by three bars, ‘Action Bar’ on the right, ‘Tools Bar’ on the left and ‘Image Bar’ on top.
Ashampoo Snap Review
Tools Bar
As the name suggests, the bar gives access to the most common tools you would need while editing your screenshots. There is an eraser, blur and a marker tool available. Moreover, you can highlight and flood fill different areas of the screenshot. You can also add shapes and draw anything with the pencil tool.
If you are creating documentation screenshots then the arrow and text tool will help you a lot. You can also add numbering for different steps and even highlight a small area using the spotlight effect.
Image Bar
This bar includes all the simple tools that you will need to change your image’s properties in whole. You can undo and redo changes, zoom in/out and rotate the image. Moreover, you can apply Drop Shadow, Fade and add a border to the screenshot. The image can be resized, watermarks and timestamps can also be applied from this bar.
An amazing feature of Ashampoo Snap is that it captures cursor separately while taking the screenshot. So, you can essentially change the position of pointer even after the screenshot has been taken. You can completely delete the mouse cursor or move it around at a desired location on the screenshot.
Action Bar
Action Bar lets you perform various actions on the image like saving it or publishing it. You can save the capture, or directly send it via email. You can also upload the snapshot to the cloud or social platforms like Facebook/Twitter with just a click. Or you can copy the snapshot path or export it to another folder. You can even export the snapshot do Adobe Photoshop directly. The action bar is all you need to finally save the snapshot.
The program features a similar edit mode for videos and lets you perform some basic operations on the videos so that they are ready to be published.
Ashampoo Snap is a great screenshot suite. If you are a blogger or if take a lot of screenshots then this might be the perfect tool for you. Or if you are creating a documentation for your product, this program has all the features to ease your task. I believe it is one of the best screen recording tools available.

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How To Use PowerCFG Tool To Troubleshoot Power Plans in Windows

If you need to troubleshoot or know more about the Power Plans in Windows 10/8/7 then you may need to use the PowerCFG powerful command-line tool. This tool helps you in diagnosing power-management issues.  




PowerCFG Tool

You can disable and enable devices by using the PowerCFG tool. Or, you can use the Power Management tab in the properties of the device in Device Manager to select the Allow this device to wake the computer check box. If you’d prefer not to wake the computer by using the mouse or is not sure why a computer woke, PowerCFG can tell you. Additionally, the PowerCFG tool can be scripted for domain use.

Troubleshoot Power Plans in Windows 10

The following are the more common commands that can be used to identify sleep states and default settings:
POWERCFG -L
Use this command first. This command lists all power plans in the current user’s environment. The power plan that is listed with the asterisk (*) is the active power plan.
POWERCFG -Q
Use this command second. Then, you can determine the exact settings that are applied. This command lists the contents of the power plans. To redirect the listing to a file, use a command that resembles the following:
Powercfg -Q >c:\test.txt
POWERCFG -DEVICEQUERY wake_armed
Use this command to determine the devices that are set so that the user can wake the computer.
For a mobile PC, this command may show devices similar to the following:
  • Standard 101/102-Key
  • Microsoft Natural PS/2 Keyboard with HP QLB
  • Synaptics PS/2 Port TouchPad
For a desktop computer, this command may show devices similar to the following:
  • HID-compliant mouse (002)
  • Broadcom NetXtreme Gigabit Ethernet
  • HID Keyboard Device (002)
Need more help on troubleshooting? Visit KB980869.
For more information about the PowerCFG options, run the POWERCFG /? command in an elevated prompt.
The Power Troubleshooter can also help you automatically detect and fix Power issues in Windows.



How You Can Uninstall Any Driver in Windows PC

Installing drivers can be a hair-raising adventure, even on today’s modern operating systems. These finicky pieces of code act as the middleman between your PC's hardware and its operating system. Although they install with ease just like any other software, they integrate deeply into the OS, sinking their teeth into areas most other software doesn’t go near. Most of the time the driver installation process is simple, seamless, and transparent to you, as it should be. 
How You Can Uninstall Any Driver in Windows PC



On those occasions when things go wrong, however, they can go reallywrong, and even crash your entire computer. For example, when Microsoft's Windows Vista came out in 2007, critics lambasted it for being slow and prone to crashing; Microsoft investigated the causes and found that a majority of crashes were due to driver issues.
Thankfully, when you prepare yourself for battle with a problematic driver, you have a couple of tricks that can help. Microsoft has introduced an easy way to roll back to a previous (and, you hope, more stable) version of the driver, or remove it from the system altogether, giving you a clean slate to try again or install a different version.

Roll Back to a Previous Driver

  1. Click Start, type Device Manager, and press Enter.
  2. Find and double-click the category of device causing the issue (for instance, the graphics card would be listed under Display Adapters).
  3. Double-click the problematic device to bring up the Properties window.
  4. Click the Driver tab.
  5. Click the Roll Back Driver button.
  6. A dialog box will ask you to confirm your decision to roll back to a previous driver. Click Yes to begin the roll-back process.
    Use the Properties menu to uninstall your driver software or roll back to a previous version.
At this point Windows will automatically remove the current driver for the device and reinstall the previous driver. You may then receive a notification that the system settings have changed, and Windows will ask you to reboot. If you see that message, you should reboot your computer as soon as possible.

Uninstall a Driver

When you need to uninstall a driver completely, the best and safest method is to use the device’s uninstaller program (if it has one). If you added the device to your system through an installer (as is the case with most graphics card and sound card drivers, for instance), you can uninstall it just as you would any other program.
  1. Click Start, type Uninstall Program, and press Enter.
  2. In the Uninstall window that appears, go through the list and find your device or drivers. Double-click the entry to begin the uninstallation process.
Sometimes devices won’t have an uninstaller, or the uninstaller will not appear in the list. In those instances, you can use the Device Manager to remove the driver completely.
  1. Click Start, type Device Manager, and press Enter.
  2. Find and double-click the category of device whose driver you wish to uninstall (for example, the graphics card would be listed under Display Adapters).
  3. Right-click the device, and click Uninstall.
  4. Windows will prompt you to confirm the device’s removal. Click OK to remove the driver.
  5. After the uninstallation is complete, reboot your computer as soon as possible.
    In a pinch you can use the Windows Device Manager to uninstall troublesome driver software.
After you roll back or uninstall a problematic driver, you can try downloading and installing the latest version from the manufacturer’s website, or try a specific version that previously worked to get your computer back on its feet.



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