Free 100GB cloud storage for life

June 23, 2017

Hurry! Only this many accounts remain: 1494

What’s included?
1 user
Protect photos, videos and documents
Super fast upload
No bandwidth limitations
Lifetime backup
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Convert chinese GB2312 to ISO-8859-1

June 18, 2017

E.g.

ÎåÔÂÌì to 五月天

http://www.iosart.com/

Chinese text in command prompt

June 18, 2017

C:\temp>chcp 65001

Active code page: 65001

C:\temp>dir/s /on /b * > test.txt

C:\temp\notepad test.txt

 

Microsoft Chinese (Lunar) Calendar for Windows 10

June 18, 2017

Windows 10 Creators Update Build 15002 adds Lunar Calendar support for the Taskbar, allowing you to quickly check the lunar date alongside the current Gregorian date. The new Windows 10 Lunar Calendar highlights special holidays with different colors.

To enable Lunar Calendar support on Windows 10’s Taskbar, follow these steps:

Settings > Time & Language > Date & Time > pick which additional calendar you want to see.

A website to watch all latest movies

June 13, 2017

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Group Policy Settings Reference for Windows and Windows Server

June 13, 2017

Group Policy Settings Reference for Windows and Windows Server

These spreadsheets list the policy settings for computer and user configurations that are included in the Administrative template files delivered with the Windows operating systems specified. You can configure these policy settings when you edit Group Policy Objects.

System Requirements
a. Supported Operating System

Windows 10 , Windows 2000, Windows 2000 Server, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Vista, Windows XP

b. Microsoft Excel or Excel Viewer

Linux Integration Services 4.1 for Hyper-V

June 13, 2017

A set of drivers that enable synthetic device support in supported Linux virtual machines under Hyper-V. See the Details section of this page for a link to more information about the latest Linux Integration Services (LIS) availability and supported distributions.

Linux Integration Services 4.1 for Hyper-V

 

Resolving disputes between neighbours

May 27, 2017

ST Paper, 27 May 2017, Yishun residents build ‘wall’ to keep out nuisance neighbour

Feuding neighbours who cannot resolve their issues on their own or with the help of grassroots leaders can approach the Community Mediation Centre, which aims to resolve disputes without litigation.

Examples of disputes include complaints of excessive noise, smell or smoke, littering at or in the vicinity of the complainant’s place of residence, and trespassing.

But there is little the authorities can do if the neighbours do not want to make up or even turn up for mediation.

If mediation does not solve the problem, parties can file a claim with the Community Disputes Resolution Tribunals.

The tribunals, which are given powers to resolve disputes between neighbours under the Community Disputes Resolution Act passed in 2015, can order the payment of damages up to $20,000. It can also order a neighbour to stop an action or to apologise.

Supporting evidence, such as photographs, video and audio recordings and police reports, can be brought before the tribunal. If the neighbour refuses to comply with the court order, further legal steps may be taken.

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May 23, 2017


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Show all wireless profiles & their security passwords on the Windows PC

May 20, 2017

Show all wireless profiles on the PC
At the command prompt, type:
netsh wlan show profiles

Show a security key
At the command prompt, type:
netsh wlan show profile name=“ProfileName” key=clear

 

Find & Show Wi-Fi Network Passwords from the Command Line in Mac OS X

Open Spotlight (Cmd+Space) and type terminal to open the Terminal window  or

Open the Terminal app from /Applications/Utilities/, then use the following command syntax to find and display the password for a specific wireless network:
security find-generic-password -ga “SSID” | grep “password:”