Remote Desktop Connection - Login is not possible due to account restrictions
And so we decided to provide remote access to a PC running the Windows XP operating system through a standard Windows program called “Remote Desktop Connection”. To do this, go…

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How to refill the cartridge?
It’s no secret that the vast majority of home printers today are inkjet printers. And no wonder: the cheapest inkjet printer costs 3 times less than the cheapest laser printer.…

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How to launch your site? Hosting and domain
So, you have already chosen the method by which your Internet resource will be created, and suppose that your site is already ready to become seen by all Internet users.…

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How to connect two computers to a network

It sometimes happens that you need to connect a couple of computers, or rewrite files, or just provide a connection between them. Nothing is simpler, the only thing you need is a little knowledge and self-confidence.

In order to connect two computers via network cards, you will need installed network cards in both computers, a UTP / FTP / STP / SFTP 4p network cable from which we will make a “Crossover cable – cross-over”, two RJ-45 connectors for termination cable and crimping tool.

The cable is used usual for local networks UTP / FTP / STP / SFTP having 4 pairs. Fortunately, it has become very affordable for the average buyer. Calculate how much cable you need to connect 2 computers, but the length can not exceed 90m and be at least 1.5m. Continue reading

There is not enough memory on the flash drive! Solution

Probably everyone is familiar with the situation when you are trying to copy any data (larger than 4 gigabytes) to a flash drive and the operating system displays a message that there is not enough memory. Despite the fact that the free memory on the flash drive is larger than the size of the copied file. The question arises, “Why is there insufficient memory on a flash drive?”.

The thing is that the FAT32 file system is installed on your flash drive. This file system is installed on the flash drive by the manufacturer and therefore when you buy a new flash drive the default is the FAT32 file system. The features of the FAT32 file system are such that it does not allow files larger than 4 gigabytes. The maximum possible file size for a FAT32 volume is 4 GB – 4,294,967,296 bytes (232 – Continue reading

What is spam?

What is spam? Probably this word is already familiar to every PC user and Internet citizen. Indeed, spam is everywhere, there’s nowhere to go from it, it’s everywhere. Probably the biggest manifestation of spam is in the field of email. After all, thousands of spam emails advertising various goods and services come to the email addresses of millions of users every day. I think at this stage it is already becoming clear what spam is, because each of us often encounters it every day on the Internet. But still, summarize and give an exact, not vague definition of the word spam, because if you think so, then spam can be considered any intrusive advertising in any of its manifestations, but this is far from the case.

Spam is nothing more than the usual distribution of various advertisements (both commercial and any Continue reading

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