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Month: August 2016

Ways to Optimize Windows 10

Need to improve and speed up Windows 10 performance? Some of these options are also available in any Windows or Server OS Editions. Note: Consider improving your physical memory (RAM), CPU, Video Card and HDD where necessary. You should choose your hardware configuration according to your needs (what applications are you going to use on your workstation). I advise you buy and…
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Network, Server 2012 R2, Windows

How to enable NIC teaming on Windows Server 2012 R2

What is NIC Teaming? NIC Teaming, also known as load balancing and failover (LBFO), allows multiple network adapters on a computer to be placed into a team for the following purposes: Bandwidth aggregation. Traffic failover to prevent connectivity loss in the event of a network component failure. This feature has been a requirement for independent hardware vendors (IHVs) to enter…
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Blog, OSX, VMware, Windows

How to Install Mac OS X on VMware on Windows

It is now possible and remarkably easy to use OS X on VMware following Apple’s live changing move geared towards improving its OS X software for desktop operating system. This tutorial provides a clear and systematic guideline to downloading and installing Mac OS X El Capitan on a Windows PC. In these scenario I will be using VMware Workstation 12…
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How to install Camtasia Studio on Windows Server 2012 R2

If you are trying to install Camtasia Studio on your Server 2012 machine you will probably receive the following error; The error is caused by not having the Windows Media Player libraries installed. You can easily resolve the error by installing the Desktop Experience for Windows Server 2012 R2 which includes Windows Media Player. Click the start menu and start…
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OSX, Troubleshooting, Unhide

How to unhide your /Users directory in OSX

Hiding the Users directory is a little more strange. If you use your Mac exclusively and haven't set up any additional user accounts, this may not be a big deal. But if you're working on a shared Mac and occasionally need to access the other user directories on your computer (say, to copy files between users), this can create a…
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