Copy the path and file of the current document in Microsoft Office without leaving the application.
Linux commands to quickly upgrade to LibreOffice 126.96.36.199 on Mint (debian and Ubuntu)
Linux commands to quickly upgrade LibreOffice on Mint (debian and Ubuntu)
A comparison of command-line options to compress files using 7-Zip and native commands in Windows and Linux.
Moving Dropbox files to an SD card with a supported file system on Linux Mint.
Use Powershell to fix broken trust in Windows without rebooting.
Power on a remote computer using Wake-on-LAN and Powershell.
How to recover a misconfigured (or forgotten password) router running LEDE/OpenWRT.
How to transfer files from a mobile device to Linux Mint using Bluetooth.
Little “gotcha” I ran into with formatting an SD card in Mint.
How to make Windows 7 index PDF files for searching.
How to run Lenovo Product Recovery Media Creator when it thinks it has already run.
I like to set the Windows Desktop to a specific color to easily identify it from other desktops I may have open. This way when I have multiple Remote Desktops running I can quickly see which one I need to click on. At a minimum I usually set the background color of the Desktop. Recently though, I started making custom images that I use as wallpaper that incorporate color idea and adds information to positively identify the server I am working on. […]
Challenge: You download an ISO (like Office 2010 from Microsoft) but, cannot install it because your computer doesn’t have a CD-ROM. Solution: Use 7-Zip to extract the contents to a folder and install from there. Note: Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 can mount ISOs to virtual CD drives natively but, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 cannot. However, Microsoft has created a utility to enable this functionality which can be downloaded from here: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=38780
Challenge: You want to find all files of a certain type (like pictures or music) in Windows 7. Solution: Use Windows Search Filters. Search filters are a feature in Windows 7 that make searching for files by their properties (such as by author or by file size) much easier. You can even stack filters to narrow down the results: Additional information: Microsoft
In order to share a file using UNC names you have to join together the file’s name and the file’s location or path. In Windows XP this meant clicking on the file as if to rename it and copy the name then click in the Address bar and paste the name at the end of the path. It is a small inconvenience but, an inconvenience none the less. At first glance it appears this shortcoming was carried over in Windows 7. Hold […]
Powershell commands to import contact photo into Exchange Global Address list.
Problem: Control Panel on Windows 7 is empty. Fix: Using Task Manager kill explorer.exe (all if more than one exist) and start a New Task (on Applications tab) typing “explorer.exe”.