This will cause your computer to become progressively more sluggish until eventually it crashes. The most widely reported, and therefore most likely, is the Windows u PNP service (Universal Plug-and-Play).
The service is designed to continually scan your network for new plug-and-play devices – yet it has been known to malfunction – scanning continuously until there are no system resources remaining.
On the menu that appears, choose ‘Properties’, highlight ‘Internet Protocol Version 4’, choose ‘Properties’ again and change the Preferred DNS server to 126.96.36.199 and the Alternate DNS Server to 188.8.131.52.
Click OK to close the windows and your Internet should be working once again.
Once there simply uncheck the box next to ‘Edge Swipe Right’.
The problem of deleted or disabled administrator accounts has affected people after updating, but this fix will also work if you accidentally disabled the account during normal computer usage.
The problem arises from a new feature in Window 8.1 called DPI Scaling.The feature allows users to apply one scaling level to all their connected displays in screen resolution settings. To enable the option and consequently fix your problem, you need to right-click on the Desktop and choose ‘Screen Resolution’.Once the new window opens click on ‘Make text and other items larger or smaller’ and then click the check-box next to ‘Let me choose one scaling level for all my displays’.The fix is simple, just head to your computer’s ‘Network and Sharing Centre’, click on ‘Change advanced sharing settings’ and check the box next to ‘Turn off network discovery’. Again, the fix is simple enough, just download a free anti-virus software such as Avast or AVG and do a complete system scan.If you’re not sure which software to choose, try reading our review of the ten best free anti-virus programs.