Category Archives: Troubleshooting

How to Run Troubleshooter in Windows 10 to Resolve Problems?

The troubleshooting feature was earlier available in Control Panel in Windows 10, and Microsoft has made it more accessible by adding it in the Settings app. The Windows 10 Settings app now includes a new option called Troubleshoot. It allows you to fix various problems related to your computer with one click. In this gearupwindows […]

How to Fix the Most Common Issues on your Windows 11?

On Windows 11, “Troubleshoot” is a feature that allows users to diagnose and fix common problems automatically. For instance, it can restore critical internet connection issues on your behalf to help keep the computer running smoothly. The Settings app of Windows 11 now includes a new option called “Troubleshoot,” which offers many one-click solutions to […]

Fix: No Power options available in Windows 11 Start Menu

Most Windows 11 users prefer to shut down or restart their PC from the Start Menu. But, what to do when you click the Power button in the Start Menu, and you see a message saying, “There are currently no power options available.” You can no longer use the restart and shut down options. In […]

How to Fix Corrupted Recycle Bin in Windows 11/ 10 / 8 / 7?

Recycle Bin is a particular folder where deleted items are temporarily stored in Windows unless they are permanently deleted from your computer. Microsoft allows recovering deleted files from Recycle Bin since Windows 95. Until a user does not empty the Recycle Bin, deleted items are not permanently removed from the hard drive. All these deleted […]

How to Clear and Reset the Thumbnail Cache on Windows 10?

There are at least ways to rebuild the Icon Cache on Windows 10. If you have an issue with some of the icons or all of the icons not displaying correctly as they should, you can regenerate the icon cache. Rebuilding the icon cache should fix the issue on Windows 10 PC. Similarly, if you […]

How to show hidden files and folders, and hide specific folders in Windows 10?

There may be a specific reason for you to show a hidden file or folder on Windows 10. For instance, a folder is bigger than its content, and you want to see why? You may also doubt that some viruses sit in some specific folder and want to review them manually. It may also happen […]

Fix: Windows 10 do not Display Delete Confirmation Dialog

Recycle Bin is a special folder that is used to store deleted files that are pending permanent deletion. However, in Windows 10, when anyone deletes a file or folder, it does not display a dialog box and sends the file or folder directly to the trash. In other words, Windows 10 just sends your folder/file […]