10 tips to Avoid bugs that occur after May 2019 update- Windows 10 19H1

Windows 10 May 2019 Update

Microsoft is soon going to roll Windows 10 19H1 updates for its users in the upcoming month of May 2019. This is the seventh major update that brings new features and improvements. However, you should not download and install this upgrade the moment it appears on your System.

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How to run Windows 10 troubleshooter automatically in 19H1

troubleshooter automatically in 19H1

Microsoft rolls out a new feature that allows its users to run Windows 10 troubleshooter automatically in 19H1. This is designed to resolve several issues that occur arbitrarily on the System then start interrupting the same. In short, it keeps things under control so that you can do your task smoothly. This new feature will be available for Windows 10 users after May 2019 update.

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Enable or Disable Microsoft Store Apps on Windows 10

Disable Microsoft Store apps

Today, in this article, we will discuss how to enable or disable Microsoft Store Apps on Windows 10 PC. The Store offers so many apps, movies, music, games, books and TV series which users can purchase using their Microsoft Account. They can even download and install it for free (if allowed) on multiple devices.

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How to add or remove Chrome themes on Chromium Edge

Chrome themes on Edge

To add or remove chrome themes on the Chromium Edge browser is pretty easy, however a bit tricky. Several users have already tried new Edge on their PC and are well-versed on how to use chrome extensions. For those who don’t know, you can use any chrome extensions on Edge by turning on the “Allow extensions from other stores” toggle switch.

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Fix- DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION error 0x00000133 in Windows 10

DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION error 0x00000133

DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION error 0x00000133 is a recent bug that appears on Windows 10 PC. DPC stands for Deferred Procedure Call and Watchdog means bug checker that usually tracks your applications to configure PC performance. This is a type of Blue Screen of Death error that may stick the entire system while login. Microsoft knows about this problem and is currently working on a resolution for this error.

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