How to Clear Customize Notifications (System Tray) Icons in Windows?

Over time, many invalid or obsolete taskbar notification icons may show up in the “Customize notifications” or the “Select which icons appear on the Taskbar” page with invalid or missing icons.

Customize Notifications Dialog with obsolete entries

This article describes how to clear the past and current items list in the Customize Notifications dialog in Windows. Information and the script here apply to all versions of Windows, including Windows 10.Read more

Special Folders Showing Up With Generic Yellow Icon in Windows

desktopinifix for windows vista

When you open Explorer, the shell folders such as Documents, Videos, Music, or Pictures may be displayed with a standard folder icon rather than the special folder icons. This behavior can occur when the desktop.ini file in the shell folder is missing or incorrect, or it has no attributes set.

If a shell folder has lost its special icon and showing up as a generic (yellow) folder, you need to create or fix the Desktop.ini file for the shell folder.Read more

[Fix] There is no script engine for file extension .JS – Error

no script engine for .js

When you attempt to run a .js (JScript Script File) file, one of the following errors may occur: Can’t find script engine “JScript” for script “filename.js”. There is no script engine for file extension “.js”. RELATED: [Fix] Can’t find Script Engine Vbscript, and “no script engine for .vbs” [Fix] There … Read more

Fix Spooler Service Error 1068 “The dependency service or group failed to start”

When you attempt to start the Print Spooler service (via services.msc), one of the following error messages may appear and the Print Spooler service fails to start:

Could not start the Print Spooler service on Local Computer.
Error 1075: The dependency service does not exist or has been marked for deletion.
Could not start the Print Spooler service on Local Computer.
Error 1068: The dependency service or group failed to start.

The event log may display the following messages:Read more