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    • How to Solve “Cannot Copy the Path is Too Deep” with My USB Drive

      How to Solve “Cannot Copy the Path is Too Deep” with My USB Drive

      If the error “Cannot Copy the Path is Too Deep” is displayed while a USB drive is being used, it is possible that there is a problem accessing the data on the drive. This is not an uncommon problem and it occurs especially when a USB storage device is used on different computers. A well

    • How to Maintain Active Directory

      How to Maintain Active Directory

      Maintaining an Active Directory is a very important administrative task that one must schedule regularly to ensure that, in case of disaster, you can recover your lost or corrupted data and can repair the active directory database. Extensible Storage Engine (ESE) is the active directory database, which manage all the active directory objects in active

    • How to Add or Change Keyboard Language Layout in Windows 10?

      How to Add or Change Keyboard Language Layout in Windows 10?

      During the install process of Windows 10 you will have the option to choose the keyboard layout. If you don’t choose anything, Windows will choose the keyboard layout depending on the country you picked. Keyboard layouts are usually language specific, so the layout will not be the same for English, German, Serbian, French or let’s

    • How to Make a Line Graph in Microsoft Word

      How to Make a Line Graph in Microsoft Word

      Many people assume that Microsoft Word is only for text and Microsoft Excel is for data and graphs. Surprisingly, Microsoft Word can actually be used to create line graphs. It is helpful when putting a presentation or data analysis together to include a line graph along with text. Line graphs are very useful if one

    • Using the Terminal Services Manager Tool

      Using the Terminal Services Manager Tool

      The Terminal Services Manager tool (Tsadmin.exe) is the main administration tool used to manage existing Terminal Services sessions, users, and processes that are connected to or running on the Terminal Services server. The Terminal Services Manager tool can manage one or more Terminal Services servers. The administrative tasks that the Terminal Services Manager tool can

    • How to Change Windows Startup Options

      How to Change Windows Startup Options

      As a Windows computer ages, the number of third party applications that users download increases. Many of these programs automatically configure themselves to be opened when Windows starts eating away at the resources available for the computer to perform routine tasks. This can significantly slow overall computer speed. Users can mitigate this problem by changing

    • Configuring Proxy Server Arrays and Routes

      Configuring Proxy Server Arrays and Routes

      Proxy Server Arrays Overview Proxy Server provides a feature called proxy arrays. A proxy array is a solution whereby one or multiple proxy servers operate as a single cache for client requests. Each Proxy Server server that belongs to the proxy array performs the following functions: Maintains membership information for the proxy array. This information

    • Registry Hacks for Windows 8

      Registry Hacks for Windows 8

      Registry is a system component of Windows. It stores all the preferences for the Windows operating system. These preferences are saved in a key-value format. The key-value pairs are structured in a hierarchical tree-like format within a Windows registry. They can be navigated and modified. Modifications to these pairs are generally done via programs or

    • How to Find the Windows Version on a PC

      How to Find the Windows Version on a PC

      In many situations, it is extremely important to know the Windows software version that one’s computer is running. While it is obvious whether a computer user is running Windows 98 compared to Windows XP from the welcome screen, knowing the version and other information about the operating system can help a user avoid problems loading

    • How to Limit Internet Access in Windows XP User Accounts

      How to Limit Internet Access in Windows XP User Accounts

      User accounts allow Microsoft Windows to differentiate between computer users  in order to determine the rights they should have. Each user account is assigned its own location on the hard disk for file storage. There is a collection of settings pertaining to each account that is stored in the computer’s Registry. Methods for Limiting a

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