I have tried, unsuccessfully, to upgrade my work PC to Windows 10 many times. It always stops at 20%. After trials and errors, I suspected that the failure was caused by any programs currently installed in my PC.
Voila, after removing some of the programs. I managed to successfully upgrade to Windows 10. Here are the list of programs that I removed from my PC:
- Visual Studio 2015 Community Edition
- Windows SDK for Visual Studio 2012
- Windows SDK for Visual Studio 2018
These programs should have been listed in the list of programs that need to be uninstalled before upgrading to Windows 10.
What do you think, did you have the same issue?
If browse a website from your Android phone then saw something like below, it means your browser doesn’t support Flash.
Don’t worry. Although Android doesn’t support Flash and Adobe stop supporting Flash, there is still work around. There are many browsers which supports Flash. One of my favorite browser is Dolphin browser. So there are two things to install:
- Dolphin Browser
- Dolphin JetPack (this one to enable Flash)
Once you install both apps, please open Dolphin Browser App. Once it open, press the “Setting” physical-button in your Android phone.
Click Settings. Enable the “Dolphin JetPack”.
Scroll down, ensure that the Flash player is available (either On demand, or Always on).
That’s it. Once you’ve done it, the Flash application should load correctly.
I hope it helps,