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How To Stop Autoplaying Audio in Google Chrome

Google Chrome allows you to mute individual tabs, which is handy if you have just a few of open. If, however, you have multiple tabs open, muting each one can be tiresome. Thankfully, the free Silent Site Sound Blocker extension solves this.

First, go to the Chrome web store (tinyurl.com/j23xkzt) and add it to Google’s browser. You’ll see a yellow speaker at the top right-hand side of your window. If you right-click on the icon, you’ll be presented with several options. Within each of these you’ll be presented with different settings. Toggle through these and decide which ones you wish to use. You can also add websites directly to your white or blacklist. 

The extension works on all open tabs and windows (as long as you’re logged into the account where you added the extension). It’s also a great way to manage websites that cause you nuisance. If, however, it doesn’t work, type the following into the address bar: chrome://flags/#enable-tab-audio-muting.

Get the Quick Launch Bar in Windows 10

Windows XP’s Quick Launch bar was a much-loved feature that was removed from Windows 7. You can, however, get it back in Windows 10. First, right-click on an empty space on your taskbar and hover over ‘Toolbars’ to reveal another menu and click on ‘New toolbar’. Once you’ve opened it, click on the address bar found at the top of Windows Explorer and enter: %appdata%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch. Next, click ‘Select Folder’, which will present you with a Quick Launch bar at the right-hand side of your taskbar.

Now that you have the Quick Launch bar, you can customise its position and what it contains. To unlock the taskbar, rightclick on an empty space on your taskbar and untick ‘Lock the toolbar’. Next, right-click the dotted separator lines to enter the settings and customise the look of the bar. You can drag the bar by long-pressing it using your mouse’s left-click button on the dotted separator lines – this lets you position it to the left or right side on your taskbar. To lock the taskbar, right-click on an empty space on your taskbar and tick ‘Lock the toolbar’. If you no longer want to see the Quick Launch bar on your taskbar, right-click on an empty space on your taskbar, hover over ‘Toolbars’ and untick Quick Launch. The bar will now disappear. 

How To Download Videos Fast Without Using Any Software

You can use the simple word »magic« and download YouTube videos in a few seconds without the help of any software. In YouTube, search for a video and type the word »magic« between »you« and »tube« in the URL bar. After pressing the [Enter] key, you will come to the video Save-Video.com. Now click below on the button »Download Video«, select the video quality or the MP3 format and then click on the corresponding link. The download will then start and the video will start playing thereafter. 

Reactivate The Non-Working Shutdown Function of Windows 10

If your PC is consistently refusing to shut down properly such that the only option remaining for you to shut it down is by pressing the Switch-off button for a long time or by pulling-out the power plug, then it is better to be proactive in solving this problem. For example, the error may be due to the Quick Start function. In order to disable this as a test, open the Search with the combination [Windows] + [S] and type "Power Options”. In the next window, click on "Choose what the power buttons do”. Subsequently, go to the link "Change Settings that are currently unavailable” and delete the check mark for "Turn on fast startup (recommended)” in the "Shutdown settings”. Click on »Save Changes« to confirm these changes.

For PCs with Intel CPU, a device driver could prevent the shutdown. The "Driver for Intel Management Engine Interface (MEI) Version 11” is the suspect. To resolve this problem, first download the "Driver for Intel Management Engine Interface (MEI)”Version 9 from the Intel website (http://intel.ly/2c1DGjt). Then download the "Troubleshooting package Show and Hide of Updates” from the Microsoft website (https:// support.microsoft.com/de-de/kb/3073930) and disable the automatic updates of Windows 10. After that, install the new Intel driver in Version 9, start the Microsoft Troubleshooting packet and switch off updates for the "Driver for Intel Management Engine Interface (MEI)”. Finally, reactivate the automatic updates of Windows 10 and restart the PC. 

Start Windows 10 in Safe Mode To Identify Errors

When the operating system is has errors, starting Windows in safe mode is recommended to look for errors. There are several options for this in Windows 10. In case of the older Windows versions, you could invoke the safe mode by using a key combination while starting Windows. This works in Windows 10 till date via the shortcut [Shift]+[F8] however the time window is so small that the process mostly fails. A more reliable way to go to the safe mode by clicking on the Power button after clicking on the Windows icon on the bottom left. Click on the "Restart” option while keeping the [Shift] key pressed. The BIOS will be displayed. Under "Advanced options”, you will now see the "Windows Start settings”. Click on the button "Restart”. Windows will now go into the safe mode after pressing the [4] key.

Another way is via the system configuration: You can go to the same by pressing the shortcut [Windows] + [R]. Type "msconfig” in the "Run” window and confirm with OK. Now activate the options "Safe Boot” and "Network” on the "Start” tab. After clicking on OK, press the button "Restart” and you will then directly come to safe mode. Even the command prompt has the option to invoke the safe mode. After pressing the combination [Windows]+[X], activate the "Command Prompt (Administrator)” and confirm the security question. After typing the command "bcdedit / set {current} safeboot network”, Windows will go into safe mode.

This can go faster if you place a corresponding link on the desktop. To do this, right-click on a free area on the desktop and select a "Link” under "New”. Now specify "shutdown.exe /r /o /f /t 00” as path without the quotes and click on "Next” and "Finish”. In future, clicking on the file "shutdown.exe” will be sufficient to start Windows 10 in safe mode.

Finally, there are two more options for these start variants: Insert the Windows 10 DVD and click on "Computer Repair” on the bottom right in the Installation screen. And when worse comes to worst, start your PC and immediately press the Power button again till the computer shuts down. After you have repeated this process four times, you will come to the UEFI and can initiate the safe mode there.

Fix Webcam Not Working After Windows 10 Anniversary Update

You may see the error message ‘Launcher_Main.exe has stopped working’ when you try to use your webcam. This is most likely caused by the Windows 10 Anniversary Update (AU), which caused millions of webcams across the world to stop working because it removed support for video codecs that many webcams depend upon.

At the time of writing, Microsoft has yet to release a fix for this, but there is a workaround if your webcam has been affected. Click the Start button, type regedit then press Enter to launch the registry editor. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ Microsoft\Windows Media Foundation\ Platform. Right click Platform, click New, then ‘DWORD (32-bit) Value’ (see screenshot below). Rename it EnableFrameServerMode, then double-click and set the value to 0. 


At this point, those with 64bit systems (to check, click Start, type about, click Enter, and look for ‘System type’) have to return to the registry editor and navigate to 
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\Windows Media 
Foundation\Platform. 
Again, right-click Platform, click New, then DWORD (32-bit) and rename it EnableFrameServerMode with a value of 0.

Now users of both systems should close the registry editor and any open programs that use the webcam (such as the Windows 10 Camera app or Skype). When you reopen these programs your webcam should work with them as it did before the AU was installed.  

Create a Shortcut To Run a Quick Scan in Windows Defender On Windows 10

Windows Defender is a useful, default security program that can be used in combination with your existing antivirus (AV) software as an extra layer of protection for your PC. Unlike AV programs, it doesn’t have a desktop shortcut, so it’s easy to overlook. If you use a Windows 10 PC, there’s an easy way to create a shortcut to run a quick Windows Defender scan. This quickly scans your PC for threats in less than five minutes.


To create this shortcut, right-click a blank area of your desktop, move your cursor to New, then click Shortcut. Now, type the following into the Browse field: 
‶%ProgramFiles%\Windows Defender\ MSASCui.exe″ -QuickScan
 (see screenshot below), then click Next. Finally, name your scan Windows Defender Quick Scan (or something similar) and click Finish. Now simply launch this shortcut whenever you want Defender to scan your PC.