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How to Setup DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) on a Windows Server
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) gives hosts on a network all of the IP information they need to communicate. IP Address, Subnet Mast, Gateway Address, DNS servers and WINS server addresses. For ease of administration DHCP is a great feature to help setup a computer network quickly. More ...

Windows 10 New Storage View
If you download lots of music and videos you may have designated a separate drive just for these items. Windows 10 new Storage view makes it easy to direct specific types of media files to your designated drive. More ...

Hard Disk Management
In addition to the basic disk, Windows XP Professional also supports the dynamic disk, which overcomes the limitations of the basic disk. Dynamic disks are actually physical disks that are created and managed with the Disk Management utility in Windows XP. More ...

Make a Shortcut to Create a Restore Point on Windows 10
In Windows 10 Automatic Updates are primarily used to bind the operating system tighter to Microsoft's Store. That's one good reason why you might want to return your system back to a previous state. But to do that, you need to have set a previous restore point. More ...

Video - How to Remove the Bloat from Your PC
Junk and bloatware is eating up your computer's resources and space on your hard drive. This video shows you how to get all the junk and bloatware out of your PC. Also how to disable the annoying User Account Control and how to download and install the free AVG Antivirus program. More ...

Understanding Windows 7 Security Center
Windows Security Center is a security tool that allows you to monitor the status of computer security settings and services. It also constantly monitors security settings, and informs via a pop-up notification if there is something wrong. In Windows 7 Microsoft renamed it as Action Center. More ...

CompTIA Security+ Made Easy
As computers gain complexity, so do the malicious attacks used to beat the security systems built to guard those systems. Government employees working in IT are expected to complete the Security+ exam. Many non-government companies are also requiring their employees to receive certification. More ...

Environment variables in PowerShell
Environment variables are global settings for your Linux, Mac, or Windows computer, stored for the system shell to use when executing commands. Many are set by default during installation or user creation. More ...

How to Map a Network Folder in Windows 7
If you regularly access files stored on a network share, you can make that folder easier to navigate to by maping it to a letter so that it appears in Windows Explorer on your computer. More ...

Defend Your Business with a Firewall
A firewall is a piece of hardware or software that places a barrier between your network and the internet. It prevents outsiders from accessing your network and systems and delving into your confidential information or performing malicious acts. More ...

PowerShell Script to Show Last 5 Errors in Event Log
The Windows System eventlog is one of the most powerful components of the operating system because it keeps a log of everything that happens. Here I provide a powershell script to display the last 5 error entries in the log. More ...

Turn Off Windows 10 Snap and Shake
Windows 10 Snap and Shake amuses people who do not have to use Microsoft's operating system to do actual productive work. Here is how to turn it off. More ...

Create a Windows 7 Disk Image Backup
A Disk Image is an exact copy of a disk. It includes the operating system, system settings, programs, and files, and everything required for Windows to run. You can use a disk image to restore your computer if your hard disk or your computer stops working. More ...

What Is Virtualization and What Are the Benefits?
The term virtualization most commonly refers to server virtualization - running multiple operating systems on a single physical computer. While most computers only have one installed operating system, server virtualization software allows a computer to run several operating systems. More ...


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