How to fix “esrv.exe Application Error” (0xc0000142)

Here’s a quick video on how to fix the ever annoying esrv.exe error popup that plagues some Windows 8 and 10 machines. Thankfully, there’s a quick and easy fix.

Intel Drive Update Utility:

Visualize and Free Up Disk Space with WinDirStat (Highly Recommended!)

I wasn’t into the last program, SpaceSniffer. So I’m back to my long-time favorite, WinDirStat. Here’s a quick run-through on how to use it!

Stop your scrollbar from randomly resetting!

Does your Windows Explorer scrollbar keep jumping to the top of the screen? Here’s the fix!

Visualize and free up disk space with SpaceSniffer

Visualize and free up space in Windows XP, 7, 8.1, or 10 using SpaceSniffer by Uderzo Software. Similar to WinDirStat.

How to fix your Start Menu or Cortana Menu

Is your Windows 10 Start Menu not working? Does Cortana fail to open? Microsoft released a fix that should help get you back up and running. Link to the program:

How to Record Gameplay in Windows 10

How to record gameplay in Windows 10 using Microsoft’s official Xbox Game DVR feature.

Add Programs and Non-Steam Games to Steam

How to add Programs and Non-Steam Games to Steam with their own custom artwork for easy access in Grid View and Big Picture mode. In this video, I added Photoshop CC 2015.

Add More Undo’s in Photoshop!

When using “Step Backward” with Control + Alt + Z, Photoshop will allow you to undo one action at a time. By default, you can only undo about 10-20 times. However, you can manually change this to any number you want, allowing you to undo even further into the file’s history.

Quick and Easy YouTube Thumbnails in Photoshop

How to Create Quick and Easy YouTube Thumbnails in Photoshop. Font: Myriad Pro

How to Install Linux Mint in a Virtual Machine using VirtualBox

How to Install Linux Mint 18 in a Virtual Machine using VirtualBox 5 on Windows 10.

How to Install VirtualBox 5 on Windows

Here’s a quick and easy tutorial on how to download and install VirtualBox 5 to create your own Virtual Machines (VMs).

Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16 Unboxing and Review

This is another “ummm” unboxing and review. (Sorry for all the umms! haha. I’ll get better!) The Wacom MobileStudio Pro 16 is a powerhouse creative machine. Check out my unboxing and initial thoughts. This model had an Intel Core i7-6567U, an NVIDIA Quadro M1000M 4GB GDDR5, 512GB SSD, 16GB RAM, Windows 10 Pro. Other features include the Wacom Pen 2, a screen that’s 94% on the Adobe RGB Color-Correct scale, a 15.6″ screen with a 3,840 x 2,160 native screen resolution, Windows Ink, a 5MP and 8MP Camera, and 3D Intel RealSense with Artec 3D.