Finally cut the cable cord. How I did it.

August 18, 2018 EverythingTech 0

“We’re sorry that you’re canceling your service.  Can we ask the reason you are canceling service with us? If it is the price then we can provide you with some promotions for valuable customers”. That’s what the cable customer service representative said from their sales script. This only made me more frustrated. […]

Clonezilla good alternative for Symantec Ghost

May 27, 2018 admin 0

If you clone drives for desktops or servers you are probably familiar with Symantec Ghost program or TrueImage.  if you are on a budget Clonezilla is a good alternative. It is free and opensource software that allows you to copy an entire computer hard drive from one computer to another hard drive creating […]

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Who Deleted My Files

May 12, 2018 EverythingTech 0

[the_ad id=”689″] If your work in a collaborative environment you share files. A hazard of sharing files with others is someone will at some point delete or modify your files. Too many cooks in the kitchen spoils the soup. Varonis created a good document explaining how to enable auditing on […]

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Recover your pictures from an SD card

March 3, 2017 EverythingTech 0

[the_ad id=”689″] Oops! You formatted your SD memory card and deleted all those pictures and music. Don’t fret yet. There are a few things to get your files back. First, do not use the memory card for anything. Don’t put it back in your camera or phone. In order to […]

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Where is Disk CleanUp in Windows 2008 Server?

July 15, 2013 EverythingTech 0

After 20 minutes of trying to figure out what happened to the Disk Clean up utility in Windows Server 2008, I found the Technet article that describes where to find it. There are 2 files already on the computer located in: C:\Windows\winsxs\amd64_microsoft-windows-cleanmgr_xxxx and C:\Windows\winsxs\amd64_microsoft-windows-cleanmgr.resources_xxxx where xxxx is a bunch of […]

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Family Sharing App

February 23, 2013 EverythingTech 0

[the_ad_placement id=”before-content”] I was looking for an app that I would be able to share a shopping list and memos with my wife since I always seem to forget something when grocery shopping. And since everyone is on a budget these days, I would prefer something free. My first stop […]

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Cheap Upgrades for Big Performance

February 12, 2011 EverythingTech 0

[the_ad_placement id=”before-content”] In challenging economic times like these it’s a tough decision between PC upgrades and the bills. Here are a few inexpensive upgrades that will make a big difference in performance. Solid State Hard Drive Technology has gotten to the point where the slowest component of the computer is […]

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iPad as a Tech Support Tool

January 26, 2011 EverythingTech 0

[the_ad_placement id=”before-content”] The Apple iPad is light, user-friendly, and offers a ton of useful applications. The popularity of the iPad with technical people iPad makes it a potential tech support tool especially when you are on the road. The iPad has built-in wireless and can provide internet access from anywhere. […]

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Make Sure You’re A.R.M.ED

December 29, 2010 EverythingTech 0

[the_ad_placement id=”before-content”] If you work with servers, you know you should take a backup of the server before making any change. Right? Well, servers are built for redundancy with dual power supplies, multiple network cards, and multiple hard drives to reduce downtime. Of course, your hard drives should also have redundancy. A […]