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Category: Server 2012 R2

Network, Server 2012 R2, Windows

Windows Activation Issues (Online or Offline)

Are you trying to activate a Microsoft Windows operative system and getting one of these errors? Step 1. Open an elevated command prompt. To do this, use one of the following method. (Win+R, then type cmd) Step 2. At the command prompt, type the following command, and then press Enter: slmgr -ipk xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx Step 3. Type slui.exe 4 to access…
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How to turn off Windows Updates in Windows 10

Windows 10  is a service, which means automatic updates are turned on by default and your PC always has the latest and best features. With automatic updating, you don’t have to search for updates online or worry that critical fixes or device drivers for Windows might be missing from your PC. Windows Update automatically installs important updates as they become available.…
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Is windows taking up too much space? Part 1

In Windows 10 or Windows Server 2012, the Windows Search Service may bloat the Windows.edb file. When this issue occurs, the Windows.edb file grows to a very large size and consumes lots of disk space. In some instances, the file size can be larger than 70 gigabytes (GB). Windows.edb is a database file of the Windows Search service... content indexing, etc.…
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Blog, Server 2012 R2, Windows

How to enable the built-in Administrator in Windows 10

The account is created in previous Windows versions, but since it’s not enabled you can’t use it or even see it. The Administrator is a hidden elevated administrator account that has full unrestricted access rights and permission on the computer. By default, this elevated "Administrator" account is not prompted by UAC by default to provide confirmation before allowed to make any changes…
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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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