In this article I will outline various factors that need to be considered while selecting a web server.
After nearly a year of pre-beta and beta testing, the final build for Windows 8 is now available. What started off as a raw build in the form of the Developer’s Preview was later upgraded to the Consumer Preview (Beta), followed by the Release Preview and now the final build, which has been made available for download on a 90-Day Trial basis. You can download this build from the links Continue Reading →
Update: The new Final Build of Windows 8 is now available for download. You can get the Latest Windows 8 version from this link. Yesterday, Microsoft released the release candidate for Windows 8, known as the Windows Release Preview. You can download this latest Windows 8 version from the download link given at the end of this post. The Release Preview has come after the Windows 8 Beta version, which Continue Reading →
Update: The new Final Build of Windows 8 is now available for download. You can get it from this link. The Windows 8 Beta aka Windows 8 Consumer Preview has finally been made available by Microsoft for download. Just like the Windows 8 Developer’s Preview, this is a pre-release software, which may be significantly modified before it’s commercial released later this year. It must be noted that Microsoft makes no Continue Reading →
Since long I have been waiting for a Linux operating system which can be as slick and stylish as Windows. I believe the time might have come for that in the light of Zorin OS release. It is a multi-functional operating system designed for Windows users who want to have easy and smooth access to Linux. Although it is Ubuntu based, however, I found it much smoother than the Ubuntu Continue Reading →
It can be quite confusing for many users to determine if their Windows operating system is 32-bit or 64-bit. Such information is often required when downloading drivers or other software which only works with specific operating system types. In this post I will tell you how to determine if you Windows operating system or computer hardware is 32-bit (also known as x86) or 64-bit (x64).
Microsoft often releases helpful software for Windows users to make numerous operating system tasks easier for them. Windows Server Solutions Find My Server Wizard is a free software from Microsoft which is designed to locate Windows Home Server 2011, Windows Small Business Server 2011 and Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 on a network. Find My Server Wizard easily connects client operating system with Windows servers by redirecting the user to Continue Reading →
Sunflower is an open source dual pane file manager for Ubuntu, Debian, Red Hat and Fedora Linux. Obviously it probably also works with other Linux based operating systems, but I am naming these two specifically due to the available distribution packages that I found. This small, yet highly customizable file manager comes with a number of handy hotkeys and can be further enhanced by installing plugins. Sunflower can be quite handy Continue Reading →
Adding roles is an important part of Windows servers. The Windows Server 2008 R2 based Vail, contains numerous roles that can be activated or deactivated (according to requirement). This can help in adding additional features to Windows Home Server 2011. In this post I will tell you how to add/remove roles to Windows Home Server 2011. In this example, I will add Printer and Document services, which enables creating a Continue Reading →
Windows Home Server 2011 is not that hard to install (provided your system meets the minimum system requirements). I previously showed you how to install Windows Home Server 2011. Now comes the tricky part i.e. how to connect a client PC or Mac to the Home Server. In this I we will tell you how to connect a client operating system (PC or Mac) to Windows Home Server 2011 (codename Continue Reading →