Stop Mozilla Firefox killing your SSD

Many people notice that latest versions of Mozilla Firefox save a session backup to disk every 15 seconds. At such rates Mozilla is able to easily write up to 15 Gigabytes of data to your SSD per day. Of course such enormous amount of written data can significantly reduce the life of any SSD. Here is how to change the current session auto saving time period and stop Firefox killing your SSD.  Continue reading

How to Set Up a Mobile Hotspot on Android 7. Android Phone as a Router

What is Mobile Hotspot on Android

Mobile Hotspot is a feature that allows you to use your Android phone as a router and distribute your mobile Internet via Wi-Fi to other devices: tablet, laptop, another phone, etc. In Mobile Hotspot mode your mobile data acts like the WAN port of a router and your Wi-Fi interface – as LAN ports. Here is how to set up a mobile hotspot on Android 7 Nougat and use your Android phone as a router.  Continue reading

How to backup Windows 10. Create a full and reliable backup of your Windows 10

create backup image of Windows 10

Windows 10 as well as the older versions of the OS has System Restore feature. But unfortunately it doesn’t help to recover operating system in 100% of cases. For example, if your disk gets physically damaged the restore point files can also be corrupted. In this guide we will tell you how to backup Windows 10 and easily recover it at any time. We advise to use AOMEI Backupper Standard freeware utility for Windows 10 for system backup purposes.  Continue reading

How to fix ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED error

ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED: what does this error mean?

ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED error means that your PC is unable to find which IP address matches the website hostname that you type in the address bar of your browser (Chrome, Firefox or another one). In other words: this site can’t be reached. Let us talk about all possible causes of emerging the error and methods to fix ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED in the browser.  Continue reading

How to add another input language on Android 7 Nougat

When you initialize your phone during the first startup you select the system language (locale for UI). Android 7 automatically sets it as your input language as well. For English-speaking countries it is usually enough to use default settings and have the single input language. But you might also need to have several input methods. For instance, you might want to communicate with your friends using German while you prefer using English for your work. Here is how to turn off the default settings and manually add another input language (or even several) to your current keyboard on Android 7. The guide works for Android 6 Marshmallow as well. Continue reading