Direct X is a software package that interfaces with the graphics hardware in your machine. You probably won’t need a new motherboard, but…
Appdata roaming doesn’t mean your computer has been roaming. It’s nothing more than a folder designation on your machine. Why data may be put there, however, is a bit more complex.
Usually a new window will open on top of previous windows. There are several things that may cause a window to “pop under” the window you’re looking at.
Ransomware is often not easy to remove because it blocks you from your system. Restoring from a backup is the easiest recovery option, but I’ll look at a few more as well.
A fan running at high speed means one thing: heat! The question is, how do you determine the cause and cool down your machine. It might be easier than you think.
If your Home page keeps changing after you have set it then I start to suspect malware. Time for a thorough malware scan and cleaning.
Emailing a movie file sounds like it is going to be easy, but you are certain to run across limitations set by your ISP – and it’s going to be slow! I’ll look at a couple of other ways to do it.
For a full, catastrophic failure where you cannot reboot into Windows, it may not be possible to restore a registry backup. You may need to have previously done a full system backup that you could then restore to get your machine working once again.
If you have only one copy – it’s not backed up. If you delete files to save space on your hard drive make sure that doesn’t leave you without a backup.
How much a swap file gets used depends on how much RAM your computer has, and what’s running on it at any given time. Knowing that will also help you decide where to place the file.