So you have decided that you don’t need your Gmail anymore, here’s how you can delete Gmail or Google Account. Note: that deleting a “Google” account is the same as deleting a “Gmail” account. 1. Sign in to your Google account. 2. Click on your image or email and select Account from the dropdown. 2. From the top Nav, click Data tools. 3. In the Data Tools box, click Delete products. 4. Click Delete account to delete Gmail permanently. Video Tutorial:
If you need to expand your storage your droid device and you don’t have an SD card slot you can do it using a USB stick and a usb otg (on the go) cable. What you will need: A rooted android device and 2 apps installed : Stick Mount and Usb Otg Checker. First install and run usb otg checker app to check if your phone supports otg cable (if you get an positive result you can go further , if you get an negative one this will not work) Plug in the usb otg cable. Then plug in the USB on the cable. Open an file explorer (we are using Es File Explorer) and in there you will find a folder called usbStorage, open it. In there you will see all the contents on your usb drive.
Have you ever gotten a computer second-hand? Maybe from a company that was shutting down or from someone who no longer needed theirs? Ideally, you would want to simply reformat the computer and start from scratch, right? However, that’s not always the case. Let’s say you get a computer that has Windows XP or Windows Vista already installed, but you don’t have the original CD that came with the computer. So you really can’t reformat computer without risking Windows not activating properly. So what’s the problem with just leaving it the way it is? Well, sometimes when you get a computer, it may have been part of an Active Directory environment, which means it was subject to Group Policies. Even if you remove the computer from the domain and put it into a workgroup, the local security policies that were changed will not be removed. This can be very annoying because local security policies include settings like preventing users from installing printers, restricting who can use the CD-ROM drive, requiring a smart card, restricted logon hours, password requirements and more! These are all great in a corporate environment, but will cause all kinds of grief to a normal computer user. So what you can do to solve this problem is to reset the local security settings to their default settings. The way this can be done is by using the default security configuration templates that come with all versions of Windows XP and Vista. This may sound too technical, but all you have to do is run one command. First, click on Start, Run and then type in CMD. Now copy and paste the following command into the window: secedit /configure /cfg %windir%\repair\secsetup.inf /db secsetup.sdb [...]
In this tutorial I’m going to be sure you guys how to enable concurrent desktop sessions in Windows 7 as you can see I’m already remote connected to my Windows 7 computer, now if I try to remote access this same PC using a different username it will give me message that another user is currently logged on to this computer if you continue it will disconnect the remote session or any user currently logged on to the computer. 1. To enable concurrent desktop sessions in Windows 7 is really simple all you need to do is download Termsrv.dll patch. 2. Before running the patch make sure you know what type OS you are using. because the folder contains several type of patch for different type operating systems. 3. Run this Termsrv.dll patch. Im running Windows 7 32-bit soI will run the universal terms patch x86. 4. On the Universal Termsrv.dll Patch window click on patch, OK, then re-start 5. Once the computer restart it will be enabled for multiple remote sessions.
Changed the password and now you don’t remember it. or you have been locked out of your own Computer unable to work. Don’t Worry, this Video tutorial will guide you to getting back on track without a Disk, program, or Hack. Using an administrator account Hidden in Windows XP. Forgot the Password: At the Logon Screen press Ctrl+Alt+Delete twice.The log on Window will change. In the new Logon window use Administrator as User name and leave blank the Password section and Click OK. Once logged in as Admin.Click on Start, Control Panel, User Accounts. Select the User that you have forgotten the Password. Then click Remove password on the Confirmation window. Log off as Administrator and log in as the User. Click Remove the password Locked out: Right click my computer and Click Manage Expand users and groups. Then click on users folder, this will display all the users on the right pane. Right click on the user name that is locked out and go to properties. This will open up the user settings and remove the check mark “account is locked out”.
In this tutorial I’m going to be sure you guys how to bypass Windows 7 login password without it third-party software. I recommended doing this only on the PC you were locked out. 1. Restart the computer, when it restarts and you see the starting Windows with the logo, abruptly shut down the computer and then started again. 2. Once you start you’ll see lunch start of repair recommended selected press enter. This will launch the startup repair. 3. A popup will come up asking if you would like to restore your computer using system restore, there select cancel. 4. If you are lucky you’ll get the Startup Repair popup window. Here click on the drop-down right beside view problem details. 5. Scroll all the way down to the last link. Click on the last link to open a text file. 6. On the text file click on file on the top left corner to select open from the drop-down menu. 7. Click on computer from the left pain and select local disk from the right pain. The drive letters have changed around so make sure to locate local disk. 8. Click on Windows, on the files of type select all files, and now look for system 32. 9. Look for sethc. Right-click and rename it to sethc0. Click away to save. 10. Then look for CMD. right click copy CMD, scroll all way down to paste it and create a copy. once you create a copy rename CMD to sethc click away to save. 11. Close all remaining windows and click on finish. The computer will turn off. Start the computer you still can’t log-in but now we made some modification, we changed the [...]
Windows XP Home Edition does not come with Remote Desktop, or Terminal Services feature. There is Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) client which allows user to connect to remote host, but not accepting any remote desktop connection to the Windows XP Home. However, there is way to install and enable Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) in Windows XP using the steps below. Steps to Enable Remote Desktop on Windows XP Home Edition Click the “Start” menu, then select “Run.” Type “regedit” into the box and press the “Enter” key to launch the Registry Editor tool. Select the “+” icon next to the “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINES” folder to expand the directory. Scroll down and expand the “SYSTEM” folder located inside the “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINES” folder Expand the folder named “ControlSet00X” folder located inside the “System” folder. Open the folder with the highest number in the “00X” part of the file name. Then expand the “Control” folder underneath it. Click to open the “ProductOptions” directory, then locate the “ProductSuite” registry key on the right window panel. Right-click on the “ProductSuite” key and select “Delete.” Right-click an empty area of the right window panel and select “New.” Then click “DWORD Value” and type “Brand” as the name for the new value. Double-click on the “Brand” value, set the “Value data” box to “0″ and click “OK.” Then click the “Start” menu and select “Turn Off Computer.” Click “Restart” to reboot the computer. Press the “F8″ key on the keyboard after the BIOS screen to display the Windows XP Startup Menu. Select “Last Known Good Configuration” and press the “Enter” key. Download devcon.exe, a free command-line utility that also doubles as a replacement for the standard Device Manager. Double-click the DevCon.exe file and select [...]
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Nastavení podpisové certifikátu v aplikaci Mozilla Thunderbird Postup zde uvedený je pouze orientační, od skutečnosti se může lišit. Pro správnou funkci podpisového certifikátu je nutné instalovat i certifikáty certifikační autority Instalace certifikátů certifikačních autorit v aplikaci Mozilla Thunderbird Postup zde uvedený je pouze orientační, od skutečnosti se může lišit. Je potřeba postupně instalovat všechny tři certifikáty autorit.