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  •   022-Solved-Spotify-Skipping-Issue
    2022 Solved: Spotify Skipping Issue

    Summary: When we are using Spotify on Windows, we may all encounter the Spotify skipping issue but don't worry you will find the best solutions to fix it through this post! Overview Spotify Skipping Issue Spotify is a popular audio streaming and media service provider available on most modern devices, including computers with Windows/macOS/Linux and IOS/Android smartphones. However, many people reported that they encountered some issues concerned with Spotify, such as Spotify skipping issue. Solutions to Fix the Spotify Skipping Issue Fix 1: Check Network and Restart Router Since the "Spotify skipping" error is related to your network, you should check your network cable and router first. You need to make sure the cable is in the correct position. If you are using Wi-Fi, you can restart the router. If that doesn't work, go to the next solution. Fix 2: Relogin Account When your Spotify Premium subscription has just expired, you may encounter a "Skip Spotify" error because the app requires a refresh to migrate your subscription back to Standard. In this case, you just need to log out and log in to the program again. If the "Skip Spotify" issue persists, move on to the next solution. Fix 3:...


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    How To Clear A Flash Drive In Windows 10

    Summary: When all files of a flash drive are no longer needed, users may want to clear everything off them. So in this article, you will learn the method to clear a flash drive in Windows 10. Generally, users may manually delete all the files if they want to clear a flash drive in Windows, but this method takes a lot of time. There is another easier method to clear a flash drive: formatting the drive. Formatting can more thoroughly clean up hidden files in the hard drive. Steps to Clear a Flash Drive Plug the flash drive into your PC and double-click This PC on your desktop. Find and right-click your flash drive, then choose Format… in the appearing drop-down menu. In the Format window, check the box of Qucik Format and tap the Start button. Then a warning will appear to let you know that all data on the drive will be erased, just click OK. Windows will remove all of the data from your flash drive. Finally, you’ll see a message saying Format Complete once the drive is cleared. NOTE: If you regret deleting data from your flash drive or forget to back up the important data,...


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    How To Fix Mouse Cursor Disappearing In Windows 10?

    Summary: Today's article will bring you the detailed steps to fix the disappearance of the cursor in Windows 10. The mouse cursor is an essential device when we use computers. However, many users encounter the mouse cursor disappearing issue when they upgrade to Windows 10. This is a bolt out of the blue for users, because they can not operate their computers without a mouse as smoothly as usual. But don't worry, you can easily solve the problem with the following methods. Effective Methods To Fix Mouse Cursor Disappearing Method 1: Check Mouse Cursor and USB Port When the mouse cursor disappears, the first thing to do is to check the mouse and the USB port. For a wired mouse, plug it into another USB port or another computer. For wireless mice, you may need to consider batteries or connecting another computer. If your computer's cursor still disappears, try to keep looking for a solution. Method 2: Use the Fn Shortcut Key to Re-enable Cursor If your computer's Fn shortcut can turn on or off the cursor and you use the Fn shortcut inadvertently, it may cause the Windows 10 cursor to disappear. Therefore, try using the Fn shortcut to...


    Convert Bootable USB Flash Drive To Normal In Windows 10& Mac

    Summary: When you can't access Windows, a bootable USB flash drive is created to help you restart the operating system. But after the operation, the bootable USB flash drive is no longer needed. In this article, we will provide the methods to convert a bootable USB flash drive to normal in Windows 10 and Mac. What Is Bootable USB Flash Drive? Not long ago, the ability to run operating system installers was limited to CDs and DVDs. As flash technology improves, bootable flash drives can also run operating system installers, including Windows, OSX and even Linux. When the operating system is first installed or corrupted, you can install the operating system using a bootable flash drive. In addition, you can use a bootable USB flash drive to rebuild only missing or damaged system files without having to reinstall the entire system. If you want to create a new bootable device or no longer need a bootable USB flash drive, formatting the bootable USB flash drive to FAT32 is a good choice for storing data. Next, I'll show you how to convert bootable USB flash to normal in Windows 10 and Mac respectively. Format Bootable USB Flash Drive in Windows 10...


    How To Turn On Low Power Mode In Mac

    Summary: Low Power Mode on a Mac can extend battery life when the battery is low. In this article, we will teach Mac users how to turn on Low Power Mode in Mac. What is Low Power Mode? The built-in Low Power Mode in Mac is a new feature supported by macOS Monterey. When the Mac is about to run out of power or there is no battery charger near you to charge it, users can turn on the Low Power Mode of the Mac to avoid fast power consumption and extend the battery life. In addition, turning on Low Power Mode will reduce Mac's screen brightness and processor speed. Currently, Low Power Mode only supports Macbook and Macbook Pro models in early 2016 and later. Meanwhile, the devices must be updated to macOS 12 Monterey or later. Besides, not all Mac models support Low Power Mode yet. Steps to Turn on Low Power Mode in Mac Click the Apple icon in the upper left corner of the Mac menu and click System Preferences. In System Preferences, click Battery. In Battery settings, select Battery in the left sidebar, then check the boxes of Low Power Mode and Show battery status...