The Windows 10 Startup Folder contains shortcuts to applications that start after you have logged in to Windows. If you want a program to start automatically you can simply add the shortcut to the program in this folder. Before Windows 10 you could easily open … Read moreWhere is Windows 10 Startup Folder Location?
A year ago I have written about the new Terminal for Windows 10. Back in 2019 it’s was still a beta release, but I already loved it. Now, a year later, the first stable version is out: Windows Terminal 1.0 Ever since the beta release … Read moreTerminal for Windows 10 is Finished! – How to Install, Update & Tips
The CCNA 200-301 is the new entry-level Cisco Certification and it’s really the backbone of the entire Cisco Certification roadmap. This certification is really a must-have for any Network Administrator, but it’s also really valuable for IT Professional. I got CCNA certified almost 15 years ago. … Read moreCCNA 200-301 – Everything You Need to Know to Get Certified
Last month I wrote an article about why you should backup Microsoft 365. During the research and comparison between the different providers, one product stood out, CloudAlly. They offer everything you need for a really good price. A good reason to do a thorough review … Read moreCloudAlly Review – Microsoft 365 Backup
Now most of us are working from home and we also have to stay home, we have a bit more time on our hands. From a work perspective, this has been one of the busiest weeks, getting everybody up and running from home, helping them … Read moreGet Smarter during the Quarantine
Adding a domain to the Active Directory is something that you don’t do quite often. But with a hybrid environment with Office 365 you may have noticed that you will need to add a new domain to your local Active Directory as well. Now adding … Read moreAdd a domain to the Active Directory
A good network monitoring tool is one of the most import tools of an IT department. It watches over your network and servers and alerts you when something is wrong (or even better, about to go wrong). It helps you to keep one step ahead … Read moreNetCrunch Network Monitoring Review
Pathping is one of the best network troubleshooting tools that are built-in to Windows. It helps you to find the location of a packet loss in a route between you and a host (server, router, website etc). Something I use quite often in my work. … Read morePathping – What can you do with it?
The Ping Command, one of the most used commands by SysAdmins. The Ping cmd sends small packets of data to a specified IP Address or Hostname. It measures how long it took for the response to return and how many packets are lost during the … Read morePing Command – Howto use it to troubleshoot your Network
The preview version of the new Windows Terminal app is now available. This new command-line app can be used for PowerShell, Cmd, SSH and WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux). The great advantage of Windows Terminal is the support of multiple tabs, customization and the upcoming … Read moreWindows Terminal App – everything you need to know