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Third-party antivirus software like AVG offer more advanced security features than your built-in Windows essential or popularly known as Defender program. However, these tools are also prone to false positives, where a threat detection can be a case of nothing but mistaken identity.

One of the common reports of false positives comes from third-party antivirus software flagging Win32:Bogent as a potential threat. It also includes a successfully removed or moved it to the quarantine folder message.

Does that mean the threat is not real, and you should not take any action? No. We encourage you to investigate the issue thoroughly before dismissing the alert as a false positive. In this article, we show you how to solve this problem quickly.

Here are some of the things that you’ll learn in this article:

  • What is Win32:Bogent, and if it is safe?
  • How to determine if the alert is false positive?
  • How to remove Win32:Bogent from your PC?

Work from home being the new reality for many, issues with the internet connection is the last thing anyone wants to imagine. However, connection issues on Windows 10 machines can occur due to many reasons. Similar is the case with Windows can’t find communication with the device or resource error.

If you see this error popping on your screen right now, you may have already tried a few things to troubleshoot the issue. Unfortunately, the error can occur due to several reasons, including incorrect network configuration, and it can be hard to determine the exact cause. 

This is a definitive guide explaining and troubleshooting this error for you step by step. Here’s are the things that we have covered in this article:

  • What is the 'Windows can't communicate with the device or resource' error?
  • What causes this, and the types of Windows can’t communicate error?
  • How to fix Windows can't communicate with the device or resource error?

One of the effortless and quick ways to access the internet is by plugging the Ethernet cable from the router or directly from the service provider, provided your computer has an Ethernet port. Even though ethernet is quite old now, it still has a few advantages over the current wireless internet that we call WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) or Wi-Fi, like better speeds and reliability. But, not everything's made flawless.

One common problem that people face is Ethernet doesn't have a valid IP configuration. This problem would not let you connect to the internet and could be annoying to solve, especially when you're trying to get work done. In this article, let's look at how to solve the problem swiftly. Here are some of the things that you'll encounter in this article.

  • Configuring Your PC's Network Adapter Settings
  • Resetting your Network settings
  • Fixing the problem at the OS's level
  • Reinstalling the Network drivers
  • Disabling IPv6

Out of all the operating systems out there, Windows 10 stands out as one of the most popular operating systems. A huge reason for its popularity is because it focuses more on user-friendliness and usability than providing pro enthusiast features typically found in Linux distributions. But, one of the major shortcomings of Windows is Microsoft's opaque approach to defining what various built-in applications do on your PC.

One of the applications that often leaves people confused and worried at the same time is yourphone.exe in Windows. So, what in the world is yourphone.exe? Should you be worried about it? Let's find out in this article. Here's a list of what we'll cover in this article.

  • What's yourphone.exe in Windows 10?
  • What's does it do?
  • Does it hog a lot of memory and make your computer slow?
  • How to remove yourphone.exe from Windows 10?

Almost all electronic devices you use, including personal computers, laptops, gaming consoles, and even servers that power the web and the largest social media companies, use DRAM ( Dynamic random access memory) technology to help processors function. So why do we still have DDR3 vs DDR4 debate?

We tried to bring across the following in this article :

  • What is DDR3 or DDR4 and why do we care?
  • Best Buys of these RAM types
  • Differences between DDR3 and DDR4
  • And much more...
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