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  1. How to merge multiples files of PST in a single file

    You can combine multiple Outlook PST files within Outlook. Combining PST files within Outlook is a quick task that works with all versions of Outlook from 2007 up to the current time.


    It is a two-stage process. First, you create a brand-new blank PST file. Then import your existing PST files. Here’s how it works.


    Select your Home tab, then New Items > More Items > Outlook Data Files.


    Give your blank data file a name and save it. Now, head to File > Open & Export > Import > Import from another program or file.


    On the next screen, select Outlook Data File (.pst). Browse to the PST file you want to import. You now have the option to replace duplicate files, allow the creation of duplicates, or to refuse the import of duplicate files.


    Your choice here depends on the PST files you are importing. In this example, choose Do not import duplicates. (Please remember that you need the password for each PST file you are importing.) outlook import data file pst merge Once the import completes, you can start the process again to import as many PST files as you want into a single new PST file.


    Hope this helps you!



    Ron Peters | Office 365 Migration Expert







  2. Run SFC (System File Checker) to restore the corrupt or missing MTFServer.DLL file. System File Checker is a utility included with every Windows version that allows you scan and restore corrupted system files. Use the SFC tool to fix missing or corrupt MTFServer.DLL files


    Hit the Windows Start button

    In the search box, type "cmd" but DO NOT PRESS "ENTER".

    Press and hold "CTRL-Shift" on your keyboard while pressing "ENTER".

    You'll be prompted with a permission dialog box. In the box, click "YES".

    You should have a black screen with a blinking cursor. In that black screen, type "sfc /scannow" and hit "ENTER". SFC will begin scanning for MTFServer.DLL issues and any other system file problems.

    Follow any on-screen commands to complete the process.


    Hope this helps!

  3. This is how you manage page file size in windows 10


    Right click on This PC and open Properties.

    Select Advanced System Properties

    Click Advanced tab

    Under Performance, click Settings

    Under Performance Options, click Advanced tab

    Here under Virtual memory pane, select Change

    Uncheck Automatically manage paging file size for all drives

    Highlight your system drive

    Select Custom size

    Change the Initial size value and the Maximum size value to a higher value

    Click Set

    Finally, Click Apply/OK all the way.


    Hope this helps!

  4.  Disable Java through the Java Control Panel In the Java Control Panel,

    1.Click on the Security tab.

    2.Deselect the check box for Enable Java content in the browser.

    3.Click Apply.

    4.Click OK in the Java Plug-in confirmation window. Restart the browser for changes to take effect.

  5. The quick answer is “Yes,” according to Microsoft, it’s safe to install the May 2019 Update. However, there are some known issues, such as problems with display brightness, audio, and duplicated known folders after the upgrade, and a number of other problems that makes the stability of the new version questionable.

  6. You can try the following


    1. Disable Hybrid Shutdown
    2. Manually Perform A Full Shutdown
    3. Run Windows Update troubleshooter
    4. Reset your BIOS to default
    5. Use a built-in audio card
    6. Clean your laptop from dust
    7. Reset your power plan to default
    8. Change Intel Management Engine Interface settings
    9. Remove your laptop battery
    10. Install the latest updates
    11. Disable Intel Rapid Technology service

    Hope that helps!

  7. Press the Windows logo key + R then type gpedit.msc and click OK. Go to "Computer Configuration" > "Administrative Templates" > "Windows Components" > "Windows Update". Select "Disabled" in Configured Automatic Updates on the left, and click Apply and "OK" to disable the Windows automatic update feature


    Hope that helps!

  8. Insert the USB drive into the computer system through the USB port.

    Click on the “My computer- Removable disk icon. Then right-click the “Properties” tab to the Removable disk icon. Left-click the tools tab to select the button named “Rebuild” on it.
    Let the computer do the task of scanning and restoring files that were previously corrupt.
    Finally right- click the USB pen drive and click on eject to safely disconnect the drive from the computer system.

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