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College Tech Tips

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Be Ready for College with these Tips! 1. How to Save Money for College Going away to college is expensive! However, being a college student with a .edu email address allows you access to a 6-month free trial of Amazon Prime Student This is a great opportunity for those of you who haven't yet been a member of Prime and want to try. Living on your own or in a dorm is much easier when you can simply buy just about anything and have it shipped to you for free within 2 days.   Have time to kill between classes? With Amazon Prime, you have access to Prime video which gives you a collection of movies and TV to watch from all your devices.  2. Decide on what you need to be successful in school Depending on your major and what your hobbies are will dictate how much tech hardware you will be brin...
Have laptop, will work remotely

Have laptop, will work remotely

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"Have laptop, will work remotely" Does anyone still remember  Have Gun, Will Travel? from 1957 - 1963? Starring Richard Boone as Paladin? It was basically a show about a good guy gunfighter for hire - paid by those who could afford his services, and often working for free for those who could not. (but needed someone to help when no one else could or would). Do you find yourself helping some people for free with their network or computer system problems, - spending time advising and or troubleshooting over the phone, or remotely across the Internet? I know time is money, and sometimes we forget that. Is it wrong? No, sometimes it's worth it. If you like to help people out because you can, maybe that's reward enough. If you plan on consulting or contracting your services, working for fr...
Windows 10 Command Line Tips and Info

Windows 10 Command Line Tips and Info

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If you like to work at the command line with nothing more than a curser and some text, but you're not really into PowerShell, have no fear the "Administrative Command Prompt" is here. Ok, so that's really nothing new to you. You probably even use netsh to check your firewall status netsh advfirewall>show currentprofile  or survey your wireless LAN. netsh wlan show all   Maybe all you need to do is check your "ipconfig /all" status every so often. If you just want to know what your computer's name is on the network all you need to do is run the "hostname" command. "net users" command to see who is on the network. Very basic but useful things you can do from the command line or shell. Well let's see, maybe you already know about the Windows Management Instrumentation Command lin...