Microsoft Windows Music Groove is an amazing and superior version of Windows Media Player. However, there are few restrictions in groove player, for instance, it doesn’t let you manually edit media information. It’s frustrating for people, who love to organize music along with all information related to it like artists etc.
Below is a simple procedure to re-scan Windows Music Groove Library, if you land in a terrible situation, then you can force a refresh manually:
Open the folder: C:\Users\<username>\AppData\Local\Packages\Microsoft.ZuneMusic_<random>\LocalState\Database
Delete everything inside this folder.
Open Groove and watch the application magically re-scan the library.
Was browsing through some kitchen ware products, where detected this glitch in one of the products by comparing with another e-commerce portal. The MRP price and Selling price were same, however the discount percentage shown had discrepancy. Check out the screenshot below:
Above image clearly states that Flipkart discount computation has some error, as 9% of 1510 is 1375 where it shows 1360. Is Flipkart trying to match pricing with SnapDeal, just like that? Or can we just ignore and continue to shop blindly. 😉
Anyway, after all these systems are humanly made, no offense guys, but stop fooling people around with such superficial glitches.
Everything seemed to working fine till this morning, but upon connecting Arduino board to a Windows PC and flashing blink program, received AVRDUDE 500 Sync error. Thereafter, the Arduino Board never booted again. Here’s a copy of Arduino IDE log: Continue reading →