Tag Archive: computing

Jun 03 2013

Enable the Num Lock at startup

This is a very common question I get from my friends. I have no idea why Microsoft didn’t make this easier since they can just add a button to the toolbar. I am aware of the fact that this is probably on several different websites. Having too many well explained documents on this never going …

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May 25 2013

VMware Workstation setup

Not everyone knows what is a virtual machine, let along using them. They are used by students and industry professionals to learn, program and test software operations in different platforms. I use them to learn the behaviors of multiple different flavors of operating systems (OS) without using expensive hardware. Skip Tech Jargon VMware In computing …

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May 06 2013

Not all TLDs are created equal

Unlike in the old days, web space is getting crowded. ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) have seen a flood of new applications for top level domains (TLDs) as technology have spread far beyond the rich and the powerful. I remember when I was a kid, a sever would cost more than the …

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Apr 25 2013

Excel Visual Basic Scripts

A simple program like Microsoft Excel 2010 can be used as a powerful tool by manipulating the software. Microsoft has published several “how to” guides such as this one Getting Started with VBA in Excel 2010. They are very good articles, and I am not trying to beat them. After all, they wrote the software …

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Mar 24 2013

Elementary guide to Remote Desktop

I remember when I was a kid; I was having an uphill battle with my Windows machine because the RDC (Remote Desktop Connection) only worked within the internal network. At that time I failed to realized that specific port(s) has (have) to be opened from the LAN (Local Area Network)

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