Google Chrome has garnered huge popularity, since its launch. But, similar to other web browsers, it is also not perfect. There is a common error called “The administrator disables Google Chrome updates.” This error prevents users from updating their browser. It might happen due to different reasons. Here are some steps to troubleshoot administrator disables Chrome updates error.

The First Process: Resetting Google Chrome

If you want to reset Google Chrome, then you need to follow the instructions given below.

  • First of all, you have to launch Google Chrome on your device.
  • Then you should click on the vertical ellipsis menu icon.
  • You have to open the Settings option.
  • Thereafter navigate to the “Advanced” settings at the lower part of the screen.
  • You should choose “Restore settings to their original defaults” beneath the “Reset & clean up” section.
  • When the screen prompt comes, select the “Reset settings” option.

The Second Process: Change the Registry

You can change the registry by following the steps mentioned below.

  • Get started by pressing Windows + R keys to launch the “Run” screen.
  • You should go to the dialog box & input “regedit.”
  • Then you have to click on, OK.
  • Thereafter you should go to the following registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Google\Update.
  • When you can’t find it, try this: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Google\Update.
  • Later, you have to double click on “(Default)” registry.
  • Navigate to the dialog box & enter 1 beneath the “Value Data” section.
  • Then you should click on OK.
  • Now, close the registry.

The Third Process: Enable or Disable Automatic Updates

If you want to enable or disable automatic updates, then you need to follow the instructions given below.

  • To get started, press the Windows + R keys to launch the “Run” screen.
  • Then you should input “msconfig” to launch the System Configuration screen.
  • You have to click on OK & the screen should come.
  • Navigate to the top of the screen & click on the “Services” option.
  • Go to the two specific services: “Google Update Services (gupdate)” & “Google Update Service (gupdatem).”
  • You should go to the two these options & uncheck the boxes to turn off the automatic updates, or you can tick the boxes to turn on the automatic updates.
  • Thereafter click on the “Apply” option.
  • To exit the window, press OK.


What’s worse than when a remedy becomes the problem? This is happening with some Windows 10 users. Obviously, to get a boosted performance and a problem-free experience you’ve updated your Windows 10 computer.Some users have reported high CPU usage in the Task manager even when the system is idle, improper functioning of the Start menu, so on. If you’ve also seen the unexpected processor spike in your system after upgrading to Windows 10 update KB4512941, then possibly you’ll want to get rid of this problem as soon as possible. Don’t worry; you have the following ways to deal with Windows 10 update KB4512941 high CPU usage issue:

How to remove Windows 10 KB4512941 update

You may regret it, but this is an effective and safe solution to deal with the problems you’re meeting after installing Windows 10 KB4512941 update. Here is the procedure to safely uninstall the KB4512941 update from your Windows 10 system.

  1. Start your device and go to its ‘Settings.’
  2. Select ‘Update & Security’ from the settings window.
  3. Now, go to ‘Windows Update.’ For this, you will have to click on ‘Windows Update’ in the left menu. However, here you can also reach from the Windows 10 search.
  4. After that, click on ‘View update history’ in the Windows 10 Update section in the right box. In the next window, you’ll see your update history with details about each update.
  5. Click on ‘Uninstall updates’ text at the top of the update history window.
  6. Now, look for the Microsoft Windows KB4512941 update in the name list. It should be at the top of the list.
  7. Select Microsoft Windows KB4512941 update from the uninstall updates list.
  8. And then click on the ‘Yes’ button in the Uninstall an update pop-up.

As soon as you confirm uninstalling the update, Windows 10 KB4512941 update will be removed from your computer as well as all those new problems. Your system will now again become as it was before upgrading to the KB4512941 update. You can check the CPU usage; now it won’t be that higher.

How to troubleshoot Windows 10 Update KB4512941 High CPU Usage issue using Registry

Although uninstalling the updated version from the system is the safest way to fix this problem. In case, you are not able to remove or uninstall the KB4512941 update or degrade your PC to the older version; then you can go for tweaking settings from Registry. Here is what you have to do.

Note: A single mistake in the Registry can push you in more trouble. So, be careful while doing changes in the Registry. Therefore, you’re advised to take full backup of your system before entering into Registry.

  1. Click on the ‘Windows’ logo at the bottom left corner.
  2. Now, type ‘Regedit’ on your keyboard.
  3. Click the ‘Regedit (run command)’ in the Best match heading. This will open the Registry of your Windows 10 PC.
  4. Now, go to “HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Search”. You can use the left menu to reach here or copy-paste the path into the path field at the top of the Registry window. Ignore the quotes while copying the path.
  5. Look for ‘BingSearchEnabled’ in the name list and click twice on it.
  6. Replace the Value Data ‘0’ with ‘1’. 
  7. After replacing Value Data, click on ‘OK.’
  8. Now, close ‘Registry.’
  9. Restart your device.

Several users have also found deleting BingSearchEnabled DWORD helpful. To do so, you right-click on BingSearchEnabled and click ‘Delete.’ This will troubleshoot Windows 10 Update KB4512941 high CPU usage issue. Once the Microsoft permanently fixes the problem, follow the same steps, and set the previous ‘0’ Value Data to revert the changes.


People go for the alignment of printer cartridges due to many reasons. For instance, when they get a new printer or while installing a new cartridge. You get to know about the faulty cartridge alignment whenever the print-out has jagged lines or bad quality print, especially at the edges or corner part. At times, the content or picture does not appear in print at all. The solution to your problem has been given in this blog so read it carefully.

Canon Printer

  1. Firstly, you need to connect the PC and the printer. Make sure that it is switched on.
  2. Then, press the combination of Windows + R.
  3. After that, choose Run application.
  4. Next, write Control Printer in the dialogue box.
  5. Then, tap on OK.
  6. After that, tap on Enter.
  7. Next, go to the printer and do a right-click on it.
  8. Then, visit the Printing Preferences.
  9. After that, tap on Maintenance.
  10. Next, click on Custom settings. It will be placed in the printing preferences window.
  11. Then, you have to deselect Align Print Heads Manually.
  12. Lastly, tap on OK.


HP Printer

  1. Firstly, connect the printer to the computer.
  2. Then, press the power switch.
  3. After that, go to the HP Print Assist on the computer.
  4. Next, choose to Maintain Your Printer. It will be located under the Print and Scan option. 
  5. On the given window, choose Device Services for searching the options for printing maintenance.
  6. Then, press on Align Ink Cartridges.
  7. Lastly, do according to the on-screen instructions.

Brother Printer

  1. Firstly, you need to connect your printer to your computer. Switch it on.
  2. Then, press the combination of the Windows+R button.
  3. After that, write ‘Control Printers.’
  4. Next, tap on OK.
  5. Then, do a right-click on your printer.
  6. After that, tap on Printing Preferences.
  7. Next, choose Features.
  8. Then, tap on Printer Services.
  9. After that, choose Align Print Cartridges. 
  10. Lastly, follow the on-screen instructions.


  1. Firstly, connect your printer to the PC. Switch it on.
  2. Then, press the combination of Windows+ R button.
  3. After that, write Control Printers.
  4. Next, tap on the OK option.
  5. Into the Devices and Printers window, choose the ‘printer’ as well as tap on ‘Printing Preferences.’
  6. Then, tap on Maintenance.
  7. Next, choose Print Head Alignment.
  8. Lastly, do according to the on-screen instruction.

Congratulations! You have been able to align printer cartridges in your Windows 10 computer with the help of this blog.


In case you wish to test out the features and functions of iOS 13.2, you need to download the beta version of it. It is not a complex process; however, it will offer a much different feel than your standard operating software (OS). So, here are the steps to download iOS 13.2 public beta 1 to your iPhone.

Create an Archived Backup of the iPhone

If you want to create an archived backup of the phone, then you need to follow the instructions given below.

  • First of all, you have to connect the iPhone or the MacBook or Windows.
  • Then you should have to open iTunes.
  • When it comes to the screen, select the iPhone or icon in the menu section.
  • Thereafter you have to ensure that backup is set to this system.
  • You should go to “Back Up Now.”
  • When asked, click on Back up Apps.
  • Navigate to the menu bar then open iTunes & select Preferences.
  • You have to select the Devices option.
  • Now, ctrl + click on the Backup & select Archive.

Register the Account for the iOS 13 Public Beta

You need to register the account for the iOS 13 public beta, follow the steps mentioned below.

  • Get started by visiting “” on your iPhone you would like to enroll in the beta.
  • Then you should select Sign Up to begin the process.
  • You have to input the Apple ID & password.
  • After that, you should tap on Sign in.
  • Now, select Accept to consent the terms & conditions.

Enrolling the iPhone in the iOS 13 Public Beta

If you want to enroll the iPhone in the iOS 13 public beta, then you need to follow the instructions given below.

  • To get started, navigate to the “” on your device.
  • Then you should go to the iOS tab.
  • You have to select the Download profile.
  • Navigate to the top right-hand side of the screen & select Install.
  • Thereafter you should input the Passcode.
  • You have to go to Install & accept the beta agreement.
  • Go to the end of the screen & select Install to confirm.
  • Now, select the Restart to reopen the device.

Installing the iOS 13 Public Beta

You need to install the iOS 13 public beta, follow the steps mentioned below.

  • To begin with, open Settings on your device.
  • Then select the General option.
  • Go to the Software Update option.
  • If the update is available, you should select Download & Install.
  • Thereafter you have to input the Passcode.
  • Later, you should tap on Agree to accept the Terms & Conditions.
  • Now, tap on Agree once more to confirm.

Getting Started with iOS 13 Public Beta

If you want to get started with iOS 13 public beta, then you need to follow the instructions given below.

  • First, you have to go to Continue.
  • Then you should input the Apple ID password. You have to wait for a while because iCloud settings will update.
  • Now, go to the Get Started option.

WD’s My Passport 5TB USB hard drive review

WD’s My Passport external 2.5-inch USB 3.0 hard drive is now available in up to 5TB in capacity, which means you can stuff even more data in your pocket than with the last iteration. At $150 retail, you pay $30 more than the previous top-capacity 4TB unit, but that’s the same price as its Seagate Expansion rival, as well as one-fifth the price per gigabyte of SSDs. 

Design and specs

The 5TB My Passport measures 4.22 x 2.95 x 0.75 inches and weighs 0.46 pounds. It’s also available in 1TB, 2TB, and 4TB capacities, with the 1TB and 2TB versions being thinner at 0.44 inches and weighing only 0.27 pounds. All capacities carry a three-year warranty. (Note that if this drive is like other WD My Passports, you’ll likely find a decent discount if you shop around.)

The My Passport ships in three hues: black, blue, and red. That’s three fewer than the last iteration, which also came in white, orange, and yellow. I miss the other colors, and so will anyone who was rotating them daily for backups. That might actually be no one, but… 

WD includes a nice suite of software tools for backing up, encrypting data, and taking care of formatting and other drive-related chores. 


While the WD My Passport is affordable and offers lots of capacity, it’s not a top performer. CrystalDiskMark rates it as improved over the My Passport X, but that didn’t bear out in our real-world copies. Overall it was average at these, but for some reason, the drive was very slow in the small file and folder write test.

A worthy choice for most users

The WD My Passport now offers as much capacity as its leading competitor, is attractive, and comes with a nice software bundle. If speed is paramount, buy something else—ideally an SSD. If it isn’t, then the My Passport is a more than worthy product for the average user. 

Abigail Smith is an inventive person who has been doing intensive research in particular topics and writing blogs and articles on  Hp Printer Support and many other related topics. He is a very knowledgeable person with lots of experience. If you’re not running A/V protection right now and you want more than what Windows Defender offers, this is a great buy.

Dell’s XPS 15 7590 Review

Dell’s XPS 15 (version 7590) is a test of just how much hardware you can jam into a 4.2-pound laptop. This latest iteration includes up to an 8-core “overclockable” Core i9-9980HK and a discrete GeForce GTX 1650 card. That is a lot of hot hardware in a body arguably not built to handle it. Hardware you’d expect to see in a gaming laptop, not a high-end, thin-and-light workhorse. 

We know why Dell likely did it: to compete with another high-end 15-inch laptop that’s stuffed to the gills, the MacBook Pro 15. That’s not a gaming machine either—both are systems designed for programmers, engineers, content creators, and other computing-intensive professionals. But the sad truth is most consumers will compare the top CPUs in both laptops, and buy the one with the “faster” CPU. So yes, if Apple is going to cross the line with a Core i9, Dell is apparently ready to cross it too, thermal limitations be damned. Our review will see if the XPS 15’s stretch was worth the sacrifice. 

What’s outside: Same as before

First, we’ll start off in the most unremarkable area: the exterior, essentially the same as before, with a carbon fiber keyboard deck, aluminum top and aluminum bottom. Most probably could not tell the difference between old and new except for the relocation of the webcam from the bottom to the top of the screen. So yes, double-chin folks, rejoice.

Upgrade options

The XPS 15 continues to be friendly to upgrades. To get inside, you’ll need to remove the perimeter Torx screws and two Phillips-head screws in the center. You can then gently remove the bottom panel and access two DIMM slots, an M.2, the battery, and a wireless module.

Dell XPS 15 7590 CPU Performance

Our first benchmark is the venerable Cinebench R15. This is a 3D modelling test built on an engine sold by Maxon in its Cinema4D product. It is nearly a pure CPU test and, like most visualization applications, it loves CPU cores and threads.

The higher scores of the 9th-gen Core i9 laptops are there for all to see. However, you should also notice that the 9th-gen and 8th-gen Core i7 laptops follow close behind. Most would be hard-pressed to tell the difference between a Core i9 or Core i7 in the vast majority of single-threaded tasks such as Office, Chrome or even most Adobe Photoshop routines, even if they are a little faster.

The thermal limits on the XPS 15 7590 put it uncomfortably close to the HP Omen 2XS (when the latter is set to performance mode). We’ll dive further into the thermal limitations of the XPS 15 and what you should expect later on.

XPS 15 7590 Gaming Performance

The HandBrake tests give you a good hint about what to expect if you try to game on the XPS 15. While it’s not officially a gaming laptop, anyone looking at its parts may understandably assume otherwise. We won’t run it through the full gauntlet of gaming tests, just enough to show you what it can (and can’t) do. 

First up: We ran UL’s 3DMark FireStrike to measure just the graphics performance of the laptop in DirectX 11. The result is no surprise: The XPS 15 slides in just under an Acer Nitro 7 budget gaming laptop with the same GeForce GTX 1650.

Dell XPS 15 7590 Battery Life

We’ll end our official tests with the most important metric to many: battery life. We loop a 4K video with the laptop in airplane mode, with the screen brightness set to reasonably bright 250 to 260 nits. We also attach a pair of earbuds with the audio turned on about halfway.

Dell XPS 15 Thermal Throttling

We don’t normally get into the weeds of the thermal performance of a laptop, but the XPS 15 7590 jams an 8-core CPU and decently powered GPU into a 4-pound, 6-ounce package. Is Dell asking too much of this slender chassis? 

We suspect many games could hit this limitation (we also saw it on Rainbow Six Siege). That disturbing graphic should make anyone with a gaming bent consider the Alienware M15 M2 instead of the XPS 15. 

Abigail Smith is an inventive person who has been doing intensive research in particular topics and writing blogs and articles on  Hp Printer Support and many other related topics. He is a very knowledgeable person with lots of experience. If you’re not running A/V protection right now and you want more than what Windows Defender offers, this is a great buy.

Acer Nitro 5 (17-inch, AN517-51-56YW) review

In the field of low-end gaming laptops, Acer’s latest Nitro 5 (model AN517-51-56YW) is about as budget as they come. But for $880, you don’t need more than what the Acer Nitro 5 offers to play Fortnite and Apex Legends at 1080p and 60 frames per second with maximum settings. You can cross the same frame rate and resolution hurdles in lots of other modern games with a few minor graphical tweaks.

Design and display

Considering the hexagonal frame, the shiny red display hinge, the red keyboard backlighting, the interlocking exhaust vent pattern on the backside, and the red trim around the keyboard and trackpad, there’s no hiding that the Acer Nitro 5 is a gaming laptop. And at 15.87 x 11.02 x 1.06 inches with a weight of 5.73 pounds, the Nitro 5 will stand out no matter how it’s decorated.

Still, the Nitro 5 is fairly trim for a 17-inch gaming machine, thanks largely to its narrow bezels that measure 0.28 inches on either side of the screen. The entire laptop is only about a half-inch taller and wider than Acer’s popular Predator Helios 300, and it’s only 0.22 pounds thicker, yet its display is 1.7 inches longer on the diagonal.

The display itself isn’t as cutting-edge, but its resolution of 1080p and refresh rate of 60Hz are a good match for the GTX 1650 graphics card inside. Anything better would likely require a more powerful GPU to keep up. Besides, it’s still an IPS panel with great viewing angles, and the peak brightness of 280 nits is decent. (Other gaming laptops we’ve tested lately hover around the 300-nit mark, which is what Acer actually advertises for the Nitro 5.)

Keyboard, trackpad, and audio

If you need to get work done on the Acer Nitro 5, you may appreciate the keyboard’s snappiness, travel, and number pad. In a typing test, I averaged 105 words per minute—on a par with my mechanical keyboard—and never felt uncomfortable banging away on the springy keys.

On the downside, the laptop’s narrower frame and inclusion of a number pad makes the keyboard a bit more cramped than even some tenkeyless 15-inch laptops. The keys don’t always register if you strike them on the corners with a light touch. The placement of Acer’s “NitroSense” key, which lets users switch power profiles and tweak fan speed, is also a nuisance, as you’re liable to hit it by accident instead of the adjacent backspace key.

The trackpad, meanwhile, has a smooth surface that’s fine for work. As with many other laptops, however, its clicking mechanism starts feeling pretty stiff once you’ve crossed above its halfway point. This is about the amount of attention you’d expect Acer to put into the trackpad on a gaming laptop.

Acer’s decision to skimp on speaker quality is less forgivable. Bass response is almost nonexistent, so while you’ll clearly hear gunfire or dialogue in games, you won’t get any of the low-end atmosphere—especially when the Nitro 5’s cooling fans hit full blast.

Gaming performance

Let’s start with the anecdotal evidence: Acer claims the Nitro 5 can clear 60 frames per second in “the most popular competitive games.” That held true in rounds of Fortnite and Apex Legends, with both running smoothly at 1080p under maximum graphics settings. Destiny 2 maintained its smoothness under maximum settings, as did the downhill biking game Descenders.

It is possible to find the Nitro 5’s limits, though. Playing Metro Exodus resulted in occasional choppiness while taking in elevated views of post-apocalyptic Russia, and Forza Horizon 3 played best while locked at 30 frames per second. (The latter game is notoriously CPU-intensive, so the GTX 1650 GPU probably wasn’t to blame in that case.)

As for the hard data, benchmarking in Rise of the Tomb Raider predictably put the Nitro 5 between laptops with weaker GTX 1050 cards (such as Dell’s G3) and those with more powerful GTX 1060 cards (such as Dell’s G7 and Acer’s Predator Helios 300). Acer’s step-up Nitro 7 did have a sizeable lead of 6 fps in this test, possibly because of its Core i7’s higher clock speeds.

The ultimate question is whether the Nitro 5 needs a better-performing CPU, even if it would push pricing closer to the $1,000 mark. The answer, at least to me, is no. Even without a Core i7 processor, the Nitro 5 accomplishes its mission of running games like Fortnite smoothly at maximum graphics settings, and it does so on a big screen with slim bezels. Every laptop has compromises, and the Nitro 5 makes the right ones in pursuit of entry-level gaming.

Abigail Smith is an inventive person who has been doing intensive research in particular topics and writing blogs and articles on  Printer Customer Support and many other related topics. He is a very knowledgeable person with lots of experience. If you’re not running A/V protection right now and you want more than what Windows Defender offers, this is a great buy.