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How to Create a Bootable DOS USB Drive

Those of you with long memories might recall the days playing around Disk Operating System, but its known fact that DOS isn’t used widely anymore. The last thing I remember yet is that, I created a Bootable DOS pen drive for BIOS update. I would like to share...
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How To Execute .sh Files In Windows?

Linux user who are intimate to command-line interface interested in inheriting Windows could find lot difficulties in using the commands, because the Windows would ditch you with its own way of  command execution style, which Linux users might not be familiar, in this case you need Cygwin. Cygwin is a Command Line steroid for...
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HOW TO: Hide Files In Pictures?

It can be so hard to protect your private files in the world of windows. That’s why, a innovative utility came on shine to seal your private information into any image, audio, video or adobe files. The Openpuff is a freeware utility which uses the principles of Stenography in order to...
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HOW TO: Create A Torrent File?

Torrent is the best way to share heavy files with your friends or even with unknown people, Here I’m going to give you a quick and easy steps to create a Torrent file and the list of torrent websites to share your torrent files. But a newbie question is “ WHAT...
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HOW TO:Delete USB Device Information from Registry?

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The natural structure of Windows operating system is more intelligent to store Device Information in registry, every time when you connect to the new devices. It enumerate details about USB and other peripherals. The actual reason behind this activity is it helps in removing old, unused or unwanted...
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HOW TO: configure Loopback Interface in Linux & Windows?

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A Loopback interface is a virtual interface which is not connected to any device. Loopback interfaces are very useful because they will never go down, unless the entire system goes down. Loopback interface really helps in learning communication between the host and the guest Operating System and also...
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Top 10 Reasons You Must Know Why Your PC Crashes

The most painful moment comes when you encounter error messages or (BSOD) Blue Screen Of Death in your Windows with unsaved documents. Fatal error: the system has become unstable or busy This message will drive you crazy to hit warm restart, if you like to dig deep on...
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HOW TO: Mount CIFS Windows Share in LINUX?

CIFS (Common Internet File System) is a protocol that defines a standard for remote file access from different platforms and computers, which enables you to share files without installing new softwares. CIFS functions over TCP/IP, and also it uses SMB (Server Message Block) protocol found in Windows for...
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