Friday, July 31 2015

Windows 10 keyboard shortcuts

Common keyboard shortcuts

Ctrl + C (or Ctrl + Insert) — Copy the selected item.

Ctrl + X — Cut the selected item.

Ctrl + V (or Shift + Insert) — Paste the selected item.

Ctrl + Z — Undo an action.

Alt + Tab — Switch between open apps.

Alt + F4 — Close the active item, or exit the active app.

Windows key + L — Lock your PC or switch accounts.

Windows key + D — Display and hide the desktop.

New keyboard shortcuts

Windows key + A — Open Action Center.

Windows key + G — Open the new Game DVR recorder when a game is running.

Windows key + H — Open Share Charm.

Windows key + I — Open Windows 10’s settings.

Windows key + Q — Open Cortana in listening mode.

Windows key + S — Open Cortana ready for typed input.

Windows key + Tab — Open Task view.

Windows key + Ctrl + D — Add a virtual desktop.

Windows key + Ctrl + Right arrow — Switch between virtual desktops you’ve created on the right.

Windows key + Ctrl + Left arrow — Switch between virtual desktops you’ve created on the left.

Windows key + Ctrl + F4 — Close the virtual desktop you’re using.

Windows key + Left — Snaps active window to the left.

Windows key + Right — Snaps active window to the right.

Windows key + Up — Snaps the active window to the top.

Windows key + Down — Snaps the active window to the bottom.

Wednesday, July 29 2015

WIN10 Download

DELETE all contents from C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download. Then run this command in the cmd: wuauclt.exe /updatenow Head over to your control panel and win10 will be downloading(If you already reserved it and it is July 29th where you live)

Tuesday, July 28 2015

How To DualBoot OSX & Windows

List of ingredients A machine that can run osx and windows Access to a computer that’s running OSX already -8 Gb or larger Usb Drive for Unibeast with osx on it -8 Gb or larger USB or DVD with Windows   What you need to Download: Click for the link Yosemite Windows 10 preview UniBeast Multibeast  […]

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Installing and Configuring Xamarin

Installation This tutorial illustrates the installation paths for purchased and evaluation copies of Xamarin.iOS, as well as the steps required to provision an iOS device for development. Installing and Configuring Xamarin.iOS Overview The Xamarin unified installer will automatically detect,  […]

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How To Install OSX Yosemite On Your PC

This guide will give a complete step by step on how to install OS 10.10 Yosemite on any PC that has a Intel base processor.  What You Need: 1. Built PC With Intel CPU 2. Any Computer Running Mac OSX Snow Leopard 10.6.6 or later. 3. USB Stick 8Gb or Larger What you need to Download: Click for the  […]

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Thursday, July 16 2015

Six Windows7 Nightmares (and How to Fix Them)

1. Your PC Won't Boot If turning on your PC doesn't bring you into Windows, try booting from a Windows 7 DVD or a recovery disc. Boot from a Windows 7 System Repair Disc, and you'll find tools to heal an unbootable PC. You may already have the DVD. If Windows 7 didn't come with your computer but you  […]

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Wednesday, July 15 2015

10 Free Hyper-V Downloads

Even though Hyper-V R2 is a fantastic hypervisor, it’s not easy to manage if you haven’t got the proper tools. Fortunately, there are plenty of downloads available if you know where to look. Here are our top 10 favorite free Hyper-V downloads. 1) Microsoft’s Remote Server Administration Tool If you  […]

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101 Free Hyper-V Downloads, Tools, Scripts and Resources

Free Tools for Hyper-V This is a collection of utilities intended to make Hyper-V management easier. The criteria to be included here are that the tools must free (as in beer), full-featured (no trials), and must not be locked away behind any spam or telemarketing walls. Web Interface for Hyper-V A  […]

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What version of SQL Server do I have?

This unofficial build chart lists all of the known Service Packs (SP), Cumulative Updates (CU), patches, hotfixes and other builds of MS SQL Server 2014, 2012, 2008 R2, 2008, 2005, 2000, 7.0, 6.5 and 6.0 that have been released. Useful articles: Quick summary:     RTM (no SP) SP1 SP2 SP3 SP4  SQL  […]

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Setup IPAM in Windows Server 2012 R2 the easy way

I’ve just been setting up IP Address Management (IPAM) to manage a virtual IP space using VMM and also just to get it working for IP Address management. My network is pretty simple, a single DC, my IPAM server and a VMM Server. I was looking around, encountered an issue and so I thought that I’d  […]

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Automatic Virtual Machine Activation (AVMA)

A new feature of Windows Server 2012 R2 is Automatic Virtual Machine Activation (AVMA).  This feature is primarily designed for Web Hosters but is useful for your own internal Hyper-V server you use for testing and repro work. What this means is if you setup a Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V host,  […]

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Top 10: New Features in Windows Server 2012

1. Multiserver support in Server Manager—Windows Server 8 features a completely redesigned Server Manager. It's no longer oriented toward single-server management as it is in Windows Server 2008 R2. Because it embraces the cloud concept, the new Server Manager can manage multiple servers, and it  […]

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Windows 10: The 10 coolest features

1. There's loads of stuff for touch, but it's different stuff Designed to appeal to experts and novices alike, Microsoft was at pains to point out that it hasn't given up on touch with the new OS. The Charms bar remains for the moment although we expect it to die if you're using a non-touch PC  […]

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Windows8 20 tips and tricks

Employ the hottest hotkeys we know In these key combinations, hold down the Windows key (normally located between Alt and Ctrl) and another key, as described on this list. Press the Windows key to enter the tiled Start screen. The Windows key + M minimizes everything that's showing on the desktop.  […]

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Protecting Active Directory Objects From Accidental Deletion

IT professionals sometimes worry when enabling Domain Administration or other Active Directory privileges to designated local administrators. Accidents can and will happen. One of the more common accidents is the deletion of objects and/or profiles in Active Directory.  The Windows Server 2012 R2  […]

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Migrating Windows Server 2003 FSMO Roles To Windows Server 2012 R2

In Windows DC environment, FSMO roles hold all the required information regarding the DC. It is a necessity to have all this 5 roles working correctly to maintain proper DC environment. The roles in question are as follows: Schema master Domain naming master RID master PDC emulator Infrastructure  […]

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Windows Server 2003 to 2012 R2 DHCP server Migrating

  End of support for Windows Server 2003 is nearing quickly.  To address this concern,Microsoft provides great tools to assist organizations in their migration efforts. Windows Server Migration Tools, introduced with Windows Server 2008 R2 enables administrators to migrate server roles, features,  […]

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Enabling Active Directory Recycle Bin in Windows Server 2012 R2

Enabling Active Directory Recycle Bin In the management console, go to Tools > Active Directory Administrative Center Select Local Domain and in the Tasks Pane Select Enable Recycle Bin. Click OK NOTE: Be aware this feature cannot be disabled. Click OK.  Once enabled, wait for AD replication to  […]

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Prepare SharePoint Farm –Install and Configure SharePoint farm (3 -tier)

Prepare SharePoint Farm –Install and Configure SharePoint farm (3 -tier) In previous posts , we have configured windows cluster, SQL cluster, and NLB for the WFE servers. Part 1 - Prepare Windows Cluster Part 2 - Install and configure SQL Cluster Part 3 - Install and Configure NLB on WFE In this  […]

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How to Track an Email Address

Here is all the things that you need to track an email address : Google Chrome (or a good and fast browser) Fast internet connection Access to a Google Account on which you received the mail. Now follow the steps below to track an email address. Open Google Chrome. Click here to visit the website,  […]

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