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Latest IT News and Updates

  •   21 Jun 2018  

    How to configure Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)

    windows 10To setup Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) you need to enable the Port 3389 which is the default port number. Follow the path listed below to enable the port for RDP:

    Start | Control Panel |  System and Security | Windows Firewall | Advanced settings | Inbound Rules

    Next locate Remote Desktop (TCP-In), Right-click, and Enable Rule.

  •   15 May 2018  

    Should You Trust Google Mail?

    google02Gmail is a very popular email hosting service with many users on this platform. But are your emails safe from peering eyes? For Gmail users, this may not be the case; you may think your emails are private. Google can read each and everyone’s emails by scanning long email chains which allow them to collect data on you.  Google uses the data collected from your emails to inform a whole host of other products and services.

  •   14 May 2018  

    Cleanup of Software Distribution Folder

    windows 10The Software Distribution folder is a folder that is used to store temporary files, which the files are usually from Windows Updates. It’s useful to delete the contents of the folder when Windows Updates is not working properly. Or, if you need to free up space on the main hard drive, the contents of the Software Distribution folder is safe to delete. The Software Distribution folder is in the following location in File Explorer:

     C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution

  •   10 May 2018  

    Linux won't boot - external drive not found

    linux iconIf you have a non-existing (or unplugged) external drive in /etc/fstab, Linux will not boot until you either press S to skip or M for manual mount. This is a desired behavior, because the operating system does not know what is on that external drive and whether it should ignore the error. If the disk is just used for archiving, the system not booting can be a problem, especially if the disk is just temporarily removed.

    To avoid this, you have to add nofail to the fstab, so if the disk becomes detached, the system will continue to boot. 

    Here's an example: