- 10 Solutions to Fix Windows Explorer Has Stopped Working Error
Summary: "Windows Explorer has stopped working" is an error that seems ubiquitous on Windows 10, 8, 7. It occurs when you are copying files, see an image, save a movie clip, or type in words in some applications. Although a few unwanted interruptions may be fine with some users, it is alarming that the interruptions wouldn't stop and finally cause file loss. If you are concerned about the "Windows Explorer not responding" error, refer to the following content to learn how to cope with it. WIN VERSION MAC VERSION What's Windows Explorer? Windows Explorer is the file manager that made its debut in Windows 95 and is stilled used by later versions, such as Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10. It allows users to manage folders, files, and network connections, as well as search for wanted files. As Windows evolves, Windows Explorer becomes more puissant, growing to support new features such as playing videos and audios. However, Windows Explorer is also a system application. It can be failed too! Picture this that every time you try to launch the Windows Explorer/File Explorer, the Windows Explorer has stopped working or File Explorer is not responding error...
- Full Guide to Recover Unsaved/Deleted Word Documents [All-In-One]
Summary: Everyone should come to agree that by losing the unsaved Word documents or the document files got deleted accidentally using the Shift+Delete command, it can be a nightmare, especially after you labor to finish them. In this article, we are going to provide the full guide that the users can easily follow to recover unsaved/deleted word documents on Word 2019/2016/2013/2010/2007/2003. WIN VERSION MAC VERSION Since Microsoft developed the Word processing software - Microsoft Word on October 25, 1983, most of the users choose to use this useful program to write, edit or handle Word documents no matter on their Windows or Mac computers. However, the documents might get lost, deleted, or formatted because of different reasons. Common Causes that Word Document Files Got Lost Use the Shift+delete key. Empty the Recycle Bin. Accidentally formatted the hard drive. Wrongly used the command prompt to erase the drive. Computer crashed. Power outage. Deleted by the third-party trash cleaning software. Virus attacks or Trojan infections. No matter how you got the Word documents deleted or accidents that happened to cause the Word documents to be unsaved, we've worked out the ultimate guide, and you can follow to perform the unsaved/deleted Word document...
- 3 Solutions to Fix Unable to Read File in Excel
Summary: This article delineates the methods users can use to fix the unable to read file error in Excel and also include the method to recover the lost Excel files using Bitwar Data Recovery Software. WIN VERSION MAC VERSION Have you ever encountered such error that when opening a Microsoft Excel file, the error message pops up that notes you that Unable to Read File? And some user might also be promoted that the Excel unable to read file when saving, However, it's quite a common problem that persistently annoys many Excel users, although fixing it is not difficult, especially when you know the cause of the problem. Hence the first step we need to take is to investigate the possible causes of why these happen to the Excel workbooks. Three Possible Causes of Unable to Read File in Excel There are three common causes reported by computer users: Interfering by Your Antivirus Software It sometimes happens that the antivirus running on your PC may scan the Excel file and insert superfluous text between the "Content-Type" and "Content-Location" sections of the header, which consequently ruins the readability of the file. File Corruption This problem comes about when the virus lurking...
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