How to Set Google Chrome Browser to Ask For Location Before Downloading a File

Chrome Browser Download Location

Your files are saved in the Download folder by default in the Google Chrome browser. If you want your Google Chrome browser to always ask for your location before downloading and storing a file, follow this simple guide: 1. Click on three dots located on the top right corner, a menu will pop up. 2. ... Read more

How to Delete a Folder Using Command Prompt of Windows

Delete Folder in Windows

To delete a folder using the command prompt of Windows, follow this procedure. Open a command prompt (Press the Windows icon key and R to open the run window). Type cmd and hit enter from the keyboard. On a command prompt, enter the following command and hit enter from the keyboard. Syntax rmdir /s <complete ... Read more

Increase number of visible lines in cmd on Windows

Windows CMD Buffer Size

The Windows command-line only shows a history of 300 lines by default - this can be a nuisance especially if you are working with long list outputs. However, you can easily increase the number of lines that are shown. Open a cmd window, right-click the title bar, and select Properties. Go to the Layout tab and ... Read more

Windows Powershell – “Running scripts is disabled on this system”


Powershell scripts can be run on any Windows system as long as they are run from the ISE by pushing the green play button. As soon as you want to run it from the cmd or the desktop file you'll get this error: script1.ps1 cannot be loaded because running scripts is disabled on this system. ... Read more

Fix “The program can’t start because MSVCR100.dll is missing from your computer.” error on Windows

Program can not start due to a MSVCR100.dll error

What hides behind this name is the Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable which can easily be downloaded on the Microsoft website as x86 or x64 edition: 32 bit: 64 bit: Usually, the application that misses the dll indicates what version you need - if one does not work, simply install the other.

How to Create NIC Teaming With PowerShell

To create NIC teaming with PowerShell, follow this step-by-step tutorial: Step 1. Open PowerShell with elevated privileges Step 2. Execute the following command, new-NetLBFOTeam [TEAMNAME] “[NIC1]”, “[NIC2]” [TEAMNAME] the name of team of network adapters. [NIC1] the name of first NIC adapter. [NIC2] the name of second NIC adapter. Example: If you have two network ... Read more

How To Rename NIC Adapters with PowerShell

If you want to rename NIC adapters with PowerShell, follow this tutorial: Step 1. Open PowerShell with admin privileges Step 2. Execute the following command, Rename-NetAdapter -Name "<Old NIC Adapter Name>" -NewName "<New Adapter Name>" Example If you want to rename an old NIC Ethernet to a new name ManagementAdapter, the command should look like, Rename-NetAdapter ... Read more

Difference Between Hyper-V Checkpoint and System Restore Point in Windows

We all are aware of the existence of Hyper-V checkpoint and system restore point (a feature available inside every window's operating system). Apparently, they do the same thing but there is a small difference which I will explain in this article. Hyper-V Checkpoint vs. System Restore Point In a Hyper-V checkpoint, the state of the computer's entire ... Read more