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Category: MS Windows

Enabling FTP Server on Windows 10

Almost every article “out there” on setting up an FTP Server on Windows 10 starts with using the “Windows key + X keyboard shortcut to open the Power User control panel” – which doesn’t seem to work/exist on my computer – or to some “Administrative Tools” control panel applet – which also doesn’t exist here. […]

Searching Evernote

I use Evernote. A lot. I’d consider it to be a backup for my brain, except that often it’s more like the primary storage instead of backup. Recipes, lists of books, notes on projects, and much more gets dumped into Evernote for future reference. Of course, reference requires good methods for browsing and searching. The […]

Too Many Choices…

I need a new computer, one that I can use for C# and ASP.NET develoment. Over in the Mac world, choosing a new computer — like so many other Mac things — is easy. If you want a laptop there are basicly six choices. Good, Better and Best, as Sears used to say. In the […]

RDP Fun with Vista

Trying to use Remote Desktop (RDP) to connect from a Windows Vista system to a non-Vista system can be challenging:   Remote Desktop cannot verify the identity of the computer you want to connect to.   My buddy Allen has a solution for that. Everybody say “thanks, dude!”

Spyware Cleanup

Mike McB’s Spyware Cleanup is a good series to read through, to learn just how messed up a Windows system can get and some of the tools to use when (not if) you’re in the same situation. Mike, you’ve got more patience than I do. When I was shown the family PC in similar condition […]

A Clean PC is a Happy PC.

While you’re waiting for the shuttle launch, which apparently now won’t happen until at least Friday morning, take a few minutes to save yourself some time and frustration – go through Tweak3D’ Windows XP 15 Minute Tune-Up: Don’t throw out that old PC yet! A fine-tuned Windows XP PC can run quite fast even it’s […]

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