Accurate IP humor but without Security.
I'm not the one who wrote this dialogue., it was in a group on FB with aptly named.
A guide to move personal folders to a different path
Is your C: drive getting crowded? Would you like to move the personal folders to another drive to free up space? Maybe it’s one of the personal system folders like My Documents, My Pictures, My Videos or My Download folder that is taking up a lot of space. If you have another hard drive, consider moving some system folders to a second volume.
Because the locations of system folders are listed in the Windows registry and sometimes hard-wired in programs, personal system folders cannot be moved by conventional methods nor can you use a standard shortcut file. Instead they are redirected using symbolic links. For redirecting personal system folders, Windows 7 has a built-in procedure. Here is how it works:[Read more…]
Avoid the cheapest boxes where almost everything is taxes and charges. There will be no money for the wine. When 70 % the price is the alcohol tax and VAT for a 129 SEK box and systems the company has had its trade margin, the cost of the box, bottling and shipping, that leaves nothing for the wine. Therefore, even the cheapest cost now around 179 and then it will be mostly rubbish such as. IL BARONE.[Read more…]
Chocolatey – Once Chocolatey is installed, many applications can be installed with a command. I always check first if there is installation from Chocolatey.
I install all these programs with one command:
choco install <programnamn> -y
[-y] written at the end to avoid confirming each installation.
The very useful website Gismo’s Freeware is closed
Sad with true.
Gismo’s freeware has long been a website to return to if you are looking for a computer program or computer problem. The URL was [
https://www.techsupportalert.com/] but it has been taken over by others who are nowhere near what it was..
Secure Your Data with Data Encryption Techniques
Much like the way oil powered the growth of the industrial economy, data is responsible for the development of the information economy.
Data is an immense asset, as it allows individuals, corporations, and governments to not only establish goals but also track progress and predict possible outcomes.
There are almost 44 zettabytes of data in the world today, and nearly 90% of said data has been created in the last 5 years. The average human creates around 1.7 megabytes of data per second, causing the current number to be projected to be a 300% increase in the next 5 years.[Read more…]
First try netplwiz if you can uncheck the box, then just make settings in the program. If netplwiz does not work, you can change the registry for Windows.[Read more…]
when Windows 7 released on 22 October 2009 Microsoft stated that Windows 7 would get product support in 10 year. When the 10-year period ends, Microsoft will no longer provide support for Windows 7. This means that we can instead invest in new technologies and support of the recent technologies so that we can continue to deliver innovative experiences.[Read more…]
I Windows 7 there is no user interface to delete the cache for Offline Files (CSC cache). The only way to remove the cache is to use the registry key.[Read more…]
Cable clutter is one of technology’s biggest annoyances. Here’s how to organize and arrange the cables under your desk. Cable clutter is the scourge of the modern work desk. Sure, we are trying to go wireless as much as possible, but there are still plenty of cords snaking around. Let’s do some desk cable management to organize them once and for all.[Read more…]