Windows System Administration
Choosing a Tape Drive
Tape drives remain the leading technology used by organizations for backup and archiving.
How do you select a tape drive that satisfies your needs without blowing the budget? The
following are just some of the main factors to consider. More ...
Script to Identify Your Systems HAL
The HAL is a crucial module that sits between the Windows operating system
and the hardware. Having an incorrect HAL can cause your system to work
sluggishly or cause unexplained system lockups. The script provide in this
article will identify which HAL was installed on your system. More ...
Script to Display the Processes Running on a Computer
Processes are the programs or tasks running on a computer. The most common
way to view the processes is with Task Manager. To get a quick list you
could use a script. Below is a script that displays the processes running on a computer. More ...
Uninstall OneNote from Windows 10
Windows 10 comes with many pre-installed apps to sucker you into Microsoft's revenue stream generating
OneDrive cloud storage. One of those is OneNote. Here's how to uninstall OneNote. More ...
Video - Microsoft Remote Desktop - Part One
This video by ImpartLabs is a tutorial that talks about Remote Desktop. With
Remote Desktop you'll be able to take control over any computer you want to.
It's similar to Remote Assistance and Net Meeting, the difference is with
Remote Desktop both users will be able to view what's going on. More ...
Disable Windows 10 Automatic Updates
Windows 10 is not an operating system in the sense that previous versions of Windows were. It's primarily a marketing device.
Automatic Updates are primarily used to bind the operating system tighter to Microsoft's Store. Here's how to disable Windows 10 Automatic Updates. More ...
Introduction to DOS
The first PCs didn't use the Windows Operating System, they used DOS. DOS has an interface
where the user types text commands. The DOS interface is still available in Windows Vista,
and is still used regularly by the most skilled system administrators. 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 ...
Synchronize Your PC's Clock with an Internet Time Server
Your PC should, by default, be configured to synchronize to time.windows.com every seven days.
One of the reasons you might be thinking of synchronizing your PC's clock is because it doesn't
keep accurate time. More ...
WSH to Master Your Computer
With Windows 2000 and higher, Microsoft included a program called "Windows
Scripting Host" (WSH) that allows scripts to be run on a computer outside
of a webpage. In effect, DOS batch files have returned, except scripts are
multi-tasking and have a lot more power. More ...
The Security and Maintenance of Messages in Outlook Express
Outlook Express includes several tools that protect the unauthorized users
from accessing the electronic data, thereby increasing the privacy and
integrity of the e-mail messages. More ...
Free Tool to Uninstall Windows 10 Store Apps
Windows 10 is not primarily an operating system, but instead it's a marketing device. Fortunately, there is a fee tool
that will help you uninstall Microsoft Store apps on Windows 10. More ...