A few years back, there was a fundamental difference between Windows Dedicated Server Hosting and Linux. However, nowadays the companies that use different hosting enjoys compatible services that reduce the difference to some extent. If you invest in a wrong server or a hosting package, no amount of trying will make you satisfied. Therefore, it […]

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The 0x8007274c error shows in Windows 10 when your system cannot sync to the IMAP account you specified. The error generally shows with the Windows 10 Mail app, although it can also be caused by Outlook. There is a corresponding error code of 0x80072726 which can also show on some systems. The error is caused […]

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Within the last few years, the dynamic forces of websites have changed drastically due to the introduction of web hosting services. Web hosting services come with different types of features and you can choose from various options depending on your requirement. Windows Re-seller Hosting and Linux Re-seller Hosting are the primary two services that have […]

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Windows 10 has a problem with the mouse driver – often leading many "wireless" mice to exhibit "jittering". Whilst not a major issue, it can become increasingly annoying, especially if you're relying on your mouse for graphics work etc. The reason this problem exists is because of several issues within the Windows system itself. The […]

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If you use an Epson Stylus Color 880 printer, it may be the case that you end up not being able to use it on your Windows 10 computer. The typical symptoms of this issue are that it will show up as a “USB Printer” inside the Windows 10 “Printers” section, but may actually appear […]

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The 0xc0000076 error is caused by a lack of a “library” on Windows, typically Visual C++, DirectX or similar. The error shows when you are trying to run a “large” application such as a game or some sort of graphics application. It is caused because the application will require an element from the library, which […]

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The 0xc1900208 error is caused by Windows 10 not having access to the files it requires to provide an update. The solution is to ensure the system has access to the files it requires. The error will typically have the following message: Installation Failure: Windows failed to install the following update with error 0xC1900208: Upgrade […]

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Runtime Error 482 is caused by a system’s inability to connect to the “Printform” Windows library from applications which are still using the VBA (Visual Basic) integration engine. Though the error shows in Windows 10, it’s typically when using Adobe Acrobat or another “Print to PDF” application. The solution to Runtime Error 482 to is […]

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0xC1900200 errors are caused by Windows 10 being unable to install updates onto your system. The typical reason is a lack of hard drive space – although, a number of other causes can contribute, from network setup issues to having corrupt files/settings inside Windows. To fix the error, you basically have to get Windows Update […]

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Runtime Error 482 typically shows when you attempt to print a document in Windows. The error is caused by the “Printform” component of Visual Basic. As a rule of thumb, “runtime” errors are generally the result of problems within the “Visual Basic” library or its adjoining applications. The errors are mostly caused by either an […]

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