How to Install and Activate the RDS Licensing Role on Windows Server 2019/2016?

In this article, we’ll consider the installation, configuration, and activation of Remote Desktop Licensing role on Windows Server 2019/2016, as well as the installation and activation of the RDS client access licenses (CALs). I remind that after the installation of Remote Desktop Session Host role, users can use it only for 120 days of a trial period, … Read more How to Install and Activate the RDS Licensing Role on Windows Server 2019/2016?

How to Upgrade to the Latest Version of Ubuntu

You can upgrade from one Ubuntu release to another without reinstalling your operating system. If you’re running an LTS version of Ubuntu, you’ll only be offered new LTS versions with the default settings—but you can change that. We recommend backing up your important files before continuing. You should always have backup copies of your important … Read more How to Upgrade to the Latest Version of Ubuntu

5 Simple Steps to Install FFmpeg on Windows 10

FFmpeg is well known framework to handle multimedia files effectively across any number of platforms including Microsoft Windows 10 to Linux, Mac, BSD, Salaries and many more. The vast set of libraries and programs that FFmpeg offers, makes it easy to encode, decode, mux, demux and much more to any video and audio file format … Read more 5 Simple Steps to Install FFmpeg on Windows 10

How to Get Into the MacBook BIOS

A system’s BIOS, or Basic Input/Output System, is a software chip in a computer’s motherboard that determines how the operating system functions. All Windows operating systems use BIOS, while MacBook computers use an equivalent called EFI, or Extensible Firmware Interface. EFI serves the same purpose as BIOS, where advanced users can configure specific system-level settings. … Read more How to Get Into the MacBook BIOS

Update Your Nvidia Drivers Right Now to Fix Critical Vulnerabilities

Windows: Most gamers love updating their graphics card’s drivers to score the best performance for their favorite titles. But even if you’re a “filthy casual,” you’re going to want to make sure your system’s Nvidia drivers are up to date. Nvidia recently found a few critical vulnerabilities in its display driver that need fixing, pronto. As … Read more Update Your Nvidia Drivers Right Now to Fix Critical Vulnerabilities

How To: WordPress Browser Caching

Browser caching is a sore subject among many WordPress developers. Caching in your end-user’s web browser is hard to see and even harder to control at times, and yet it can affect their entire experience. What’s more, page performance testing will often instruct developers to “leverage browser caching,” and this makes the problem more complex. … Read more How To: WordPress Browser Caching

How to reset the SMC in a MacBook (and why you might want to)

If you find your MacBook acting strangely, and seemingly for no reason, resetting the SMC may help. There are a number of things that could signal an SMC issue, from screen resolution problems, to a PC that doesn’t seem to want to reboot. And while resetting the SMC isn’t a cure-all approach to diagnosing problems, … Read more How to reset the SMC in a MacBook (and why you might want to)

Installing FFmpeg

Installing FFmpeg in Windows Download a static build from here. Use 7-Zip to unpack it in the folder of your choice. Open a command prompt with administrator’s rights.NOTE: Use CMD.exe, do not use Powershell! The syntax for accessing environment variables is different from the command shown in Step 4 – running it in Powershell will overwrite your System PATH … Read more Installing FFmpeg

I just cleared out my Gmail using a simple trick that took only a few minutes — here’s how to do it

I arrived at work on Monday to a daunting warning. My Gmail inbox had reached maximum capacity, and unless I did something about it, I’d no longer be able to send or receive emails. I’m generally an “inbox zero” kind of person, meaning I try to clear my email inbox out every day and let my inbox … Read more I just cleared out my Gmail using a simple trick that took only a few minutes — here’s how to do it