This tutorial will show you how to stream audio or video files, as well as how to transfer files between your PC (Windows XP, 7, 8 or 8.1) and your Android Phone. This solution is using Wi-Fi connection, therefore you need to connect both of your devices (computer and phone) to the same Wi-Fi network (usually, you home network). This will use the sharing function from Windows (unsecured – no password protected).
All you need for this is:
- PC/Laptop/Tablet with Windows XP or above.
- Android Phone
- Android File Manager App: ES File Explorer File Manager.
In nowadays more and more people are concerned about their privacy, especially about their private messages or emails. If you ever wanted if you can add another layer of privacy into your email the answers is yes. You can encrypt your emails with your personal password.
To do this you need: read more
I am using a Raspberry Pi in a museum with an information intranet site loaded. We have two Pis with the same details. From time to time we need to update the site with new exhibits/information. I create the SD cards for the Pi using disk imaging from a master that I keep at home. The problem is that each time I update the site the size of the disk image roughly doubles (started at about 2Gb, now at 15Gb). I am using Raspbian GNU/Linux 7. I have deleted the contents of the trash folder. Any ideas as to how I can reduce the size of the created images?
Have you forgot your Wi-Fi password?
Yesterday one of my friend gave me a visit and he asked me for my WiFi password. Unfortunately, I changed my password 2 months ago and I forgot it. My router is on the other room and I was not able to press the access button for my friend and I also didn’t wanted to change the password because I have multiple devices connected and I was not in the mood to do it.
Therefore I started looking for the password somewhere into my computer (if it automatically connects, then the password must be stored somewhere). And it was super simple to find it… read more
If you ever asked a question on this site and you needed to backup your data after OS failure I tend to encourage your to create a bootable USB or DVD with some linux distribution that has “live” option. This means that you are able to operate your computer and access your files from your hardware without make any change to your currently operating system (OS).
For example, you have a PC running Windows 7 operating system and you recently have installed a new driver for one of your PC components/devices. You are asked to restart your PC and after you do that you get the blue screen and you are not able to load your Windows any more. You really need to access one of the files from your PC. What can be done? read more
If you have a genuine installation of Windows 7, 8 or 8.1 you are able to upgrade to Windows 10. This is the top news of this week when Windows 10 was officially presented. The entire event can be watched here: read more
If you try to install GTA IV on Windows 8 or 8.1 you will most probably get into this error:
Your system is incompatible with %P
Please follow the link bellow for more information.
To clear this error, you need to run the setup.exe file in Windows XP Service Pack 3 compatibility mode. For that: read more