Words of the June Month [Part 3]

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1.   redoubt \rih-DOWT\ , noun:   

1. A small and usually temporary defensive fortification.
2.
 A defended position or protective barrier. Continue reading

Windows 8 Commands [Part 11] Fin

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This post is the sequel of the windows 8 Commands post. To view the previous post, click here Windows8 Commands.

The list of Commands are,

Unlodctr

The unlodctr command removes Explain text and Performance counter names for a service or device driver from the Windows Registry.

Vaultcmd

The vaultcmd command is used to create, remove, and show stored credentials. Continue reading

Windows 8 Commands [Part 10]

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The list of Commands are,

Share

The share command is used to install file locking and file sharing functions in MS-DOS.

The share command is not available in 64-bit versions of Windows 8. Share is only available in 32-bit versions of Windows 8 to support older MS-DOS files. Continue reading

Windows8 Commands [Part 9]

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The list of Commands are,

Qappsrv

The qappsrv command is used to display all Remote Desktop Session Host servers available on the network.

Qprocess

The qprocess command is used to display information about running processes. Continue reading

Windows8 Commands [Part 8]

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This post is the sequel of the windows 8 Commands post. To view the previous post, click here Windows8 Commands.

The list of Commands are,

Nbtstat

The nbtstat command is used to show TCP/IP information and other statistical information about a remote computer.

Net

The net command is used to display, configure, and correct a wide variety of network settings. Continue reading

Words of the June Month [Part 2]

slide1aopt1.   rebarbative \ree-BAR-buh-tiv\ , adjective:  
Serving or tending to irritate or repel.

Over the past couple of hours a lot of rebarbative, ulcerated and embittered people had been working hard at bedding their resentments down in sensory-deprivation tanks full of alcohol. Continue reading

Windows 8 Tips [Part 3]

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Windows 8 is a new OS and people are not familiar to it. This article series will help you to get familiarized with the OS.

Create a picture password

Using a picture password is a fun way keep your device secure while not having to remember a complex password. To enable it, press the Windows key + I to get to the settings charm. Click “Change PC settings” at the bottom right, and go to the Users tab. Under “Sign-in options” will be the “Create a picture password” button. This will give you the option to choose any picture, and then define three gestures anywhere on the image. Your gestures can be circles, swipes and clicks. Continue reading

Words of the June Month [Part 1]

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Learn A Word A Day

1. segue \SEG-way; SAYG-way\ , intransitive verb:  

1. To proceed without interruption; to make a smooth transition.

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    1. An instance or act of segueing; a smooth transition. Continue reading

Useful Chrome Commands

chrome-iconGo to the Menu on Google Chrome browser, click on the “Wrench” icon on the top right-hand corner. From here you can access browser features.

However, there are several features that are not available in the Menu, which you can access only using the chrome:// commands. Some of the features are available under both Menu and chrome:// commands.

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This post helps to know 12 most helpful chrome:// commands.

1. chrome://flags Continue reading

Stacks and Queues

Stacks and Queues

Both stacks and queues are like lists (ordered collections of items), but with more restricted operations. They can both be implemented either using an array or using a linked list to hold the actual items.

Stacks

Think of a stack of newspapers, or trays in a cafeteria. The only item that can be taken out (or even seen) is the most recently added item; a stack is a Last-In-First-Out (LIFO) data structure.

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