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Fix – Windows 10 Start Menu Size Decreased

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A lot of people were reporting that the size of the Start menu in Windows 10 decreased. It may occur after you close a game or it may occur when you face an error in windows. So here I will tell you a simple fix by which you can increase back the size of your Start Menu in windows 10.

Also Read – Enable Hibernation in Windows 10

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Step 1 ) Right Click the task bar and make sure that the task bar is not set to auto hide.

Step 2) The Settings should look like these  –

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Step 3) Go to the top of Start Menu and hover around a little, you will get the resizing icon similar to the picture shown below –

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Step 4) Drag the Cursor to the height you want and leave the cursor.

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Now you will have your Start Menu back! If you still get any problem, comment below and I will try my best to fix it.

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Fix – Windows 10 not recognising the WiFi

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It has been more than a month since Microsoft launched the Windows 10, Like always people are facing a bunch of issues on the newly launched OS. A lot of people reported that they are facing some issues with their WiFi and windows 10 is not recognising the WiFi at all. So today I will tell you some simple methods which can fix almost every problem with wi-fi on windows 10, So let us start Windows 10 not recognising the WiFi.

Solution – Windows 10 not recognising the WiFi

Method One – Updating the driver

Step 1) You need to check the name of your wireless adapter, for this, Go to the wireless logo on the right side of Task bar, Press Network Settings, Click on change adapter Settings.

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Step 2) Now identify your adapter and right-click on it, click on Properties.

Step 3) Copy the Name of your Driver mentioned their.

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Step 4) Go to a machine which is connected to the internet, it might be your phone or any other PC near you.

Step 5) Search for the driver of the adapter which we earlier saw.

Step 6) Copy the driver files to your PC which is having wi-fi problems.

Step 7) Again go to the Properties of you adapter which we showed you from Step 1 to Step 3.

Step 8) Click on Configure, then you will find a tab named “Driver”, Click on it and press “update Driver”.

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Step 9) Select Browse my computer and browse for the driver zip, Now just press “OK”

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Step 10) Wait for it to complete and restart the PC. If you are still facing the problem, see Method 2.

Method 2 – Editing the Registry (Safe)

Step 1 – Open CMD with Administrator privileges. To do this, click on the Windows Button > Search for ‘CMD’ > Right Click on CMD > Run as Administrator.

Step 2 – Copy-Paste or type out the following command in the window, then hit the Enter key

reg delete HKCRCLSID{988248f3-a1ad-49bf-9170-676cbbc36ba3} /va /f

 Step 3 – Enter the below command into the Command Prompt and hit Enter.

netcfg -v -u dni_dne

 Step 4 – Restart the PC and then check your WiFi settings. You should now see a list of all of the available networks within range.

 

Now your problem should have been probably fixed, If you are still facing the problem, comment below and let us know. We will try our 100% in finding a solution for it.

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Lumia 535 Smart Buy Back Offer!

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A few months ago, Microsoft launched the Lumia 535 in India. Now Microsoft has launched a buy back offer for it.

This dual sim device comes with a 5″ display and a quad core processor clocked at 1.2 GHz so that the users have a totally lag free experience.

For storage, the device is equipped with a 8GB flash memory which can be expanded to a whooping 128 GB by the addition of a Micro SD Card and if you don’thave a micro SD card, you will also get 30 GB of free One Drive storage on the purchase of this device to back up all your photos and videos so that you don’t ever lose them.

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The device also has a 5 MP camera with LED flash so that you can capture your happy moments with one click.

With the buy back offer, You can get this awesome budget device right now for just Rs 5999 by exchanging your old phone!

To avail this offer, you need to go to a authorized Microsoft Lumia re-seller available across India and buy the product from there. What’s more? Cusotmers availing this offer can get cashback upto Rs 3,600 in their Mobikwik account. The cashback offer can be redeemed over a time period of one year, Rs 300 per month. To avail the cashback, the customers need to use the code <LUMIA300>

Other than the Lumia 535, the Lumia 540,640,640 XL,730 and 430 are also included in this offer.

 

 

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How To : Enable or Disable Hibernate in Windows 10

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There are three ways to shut-down your PC in Windows, Shut Dow completely which will suspend all running applications, Sleep, which will save the state of the PC with all running apps in memory and ready to deploy when you wake the PC up, and Hibernate, which is similar to Sleep, but will not save the state in memory instead will save as files in Hard Drive and will not hog on Battery power to keep the machine active. Windows has almost always made the hibernate option disabled by default, and it’s the same story with Windows 10.

Hibernation is a power-saving state made mainly for Laptops, and Notebooks, which saves all your open documents and files into the Hard-Drive and shut down the PC completely. When you start your PC again, it will automatically open all the documents and apps right where you left them.

Also Read – Turn off updates in windows 10

How to Enable or Disable Hibernate in Windows 10:

  1. Press Windows + X keys to open Power menu and select Command Prompt (Admin)
  2. To enable the Hibernate, type command “powercfg/h on”
  3. To disable the Hibernate, type command “powercfg/h off”

Manage settings for Hibernate:

  1. Press Windows + X key to access Power Menu and select Power Options from there.
  2. Click “Change plan settings” next to the power plan you have active.
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  4. In Power Options scroll down to expand Sleep
  5. Click on Hibernate After
  6. Enter the time you want your PC to be idle before it Hibernates.
  7. Press OK to apply the changes.

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There you go, now you should have an option to Hibernate your PC in the Power menu!

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