Category Archives: Windows

Setting up Samba on Linux Mint (the easy way)

The Server Message Block (SMB) Protocol is a network file sharing protocol introduced by Microsoft and can be incredibly useful when moving files across multiplatform machines (particularly if your primary machine is a Windows desktop). Samba is a file and … Continue reading

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Moving lost applications back into your Desktop on Windows

Ok, I confess that this post is about as far removed as I can probably get from my blogging “focus”, but as of late I have been running into this problem more and more frequently on my Windows 10 tablet … Continue reading

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Problems creating Windows Cluster through Powershell

Creating a Windows Cluster is surprisingly easy, but every now and again you run into¬†small problems which irritate and are not really helped by the error messages – a problem which is exacerbated¬†by the do all in one go power … Continue reading

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