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WINDOWS 10: Remote Support Tutorial

There may come a time in every user's life where an IT professional may need to work on your PC from a remote location. That is where Remote Support comes in to play on our Windows devices. Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is something that has been around since Windows XP and continues to be utilized so that users may receive PC support or files between two connected Windows devices. Below will be a detailed explanation on how to enable this feature for your PC in the event you'd need to utilize it. Everything You Need to Start: Willingness to learn about this feature!Two Windows PCs with your permission to access. Both PCs can be owned by you on the same network or can be from far away. They don't call it remote for nothing!The IP/Computer name as well as the Username & Password of the PC you want to remotely access. OK, Lets Get Started! While having the Cortana search box selected, begin typing remote settings into it. Allow Remote Access to your Computer will come up as an option, select it to have System properties open the Remote Tab. In the Remote Tab, it should look like this before changing the settings. Select Allow Remote Connections to this Computer and keep the box underneath it checked so that you have better security while using the remote feature. Click Apply and then OK to close the System Properties Window. Repeat these steps for the other PC you are attempting to connect to if it is not not yet enabled. To begin connecting to another PC, go back to Cortana and type...

How to create a backup in the latest version of Windows 10

Creating a backup of your data whether it be enterprise data or your own personal files at home, is incredibly important and should be done regularly if you value the data held on your PC. Creating a backup hasn’t been easier than it is with Windows 10! Before we go ahead and jump into the steps, it is crucial that you store your backups on some form of external media such as: USB flash drive, blank DVDs, external HDD, or network storage. While having a backup on your system is nice, it does next to nothing in the event that your drive that the backup data is on happens to be the one that fails. It is highly recommended that not only do you store it externally, but in multiple locations if possible. Step 1: Open Control Panel. This can be done by searching control panel in Cortana Step 2: Click on System and Security Step 3 Click on Backup and Restore (Windows 7) Step 4: Choose the type of backup you are trying to do. Create a System Image: This allows you to do a single backup of files you are looking to backup, or the entire system as whole, including multiple drives if you have the storage to allow for it. Set up Backup: this option allows you to do scheduled backups. For example, if you wanted to have your system back itself up every Sunday at 1am, you could do that here. As an example, we will select “Create a System Image” Step 5: Choosing where to save your backup Once you click on Create a...

Latest features in iOS 12 version

Latest features in iOS 12 version Apple stays up to date with their iPhone and iPad operating system during the year, the latest version of iOS is 12.1, was released on 30 October 2018. New features:   Automatic detection of active speakers. Ringless notification when calling more than one person, and integration into Messages. Group FaceTime automatically resizes to make a participant's box larger when they're     speaking. Beauty gate fix- Apple recognized a bug in the Smart HDR system on the iPhone XS was causing it to choose a longer-exposure base frame when constructing a Portrait mode image softens the image. New emojis: characters with red hair, grey hair and curly hair, a new emoji for bald people, more emotive smiley faces and additional emoji representing animals, sports and food. iOS 12 will join all the messages from a contact into one thread based on their phone number, and their Apple ID email address. Performance improvements people predicted before that Apple focus on performance and stability in this iOS 12 updates, and that's exactly what happened. Photos- iOS 12 makes it simpler to search for photos. User can search for photos which have multiple people in them by tapping on the different people. Other options are narrow down the search include Places, Categories. User recent searches will also remain so you can quickly tap on them again and jump to those photos. Improved RAW image support- iOS 12 streamlines the process for importing RAW photos, let users import and manage RAW photos on their iPhone and iPad, edit photos. Messages- The biggest changes to Messages turn around Animoji on the...

How to Create Backups in Latest Version Windows 10

A recovery plan should always start with a full backup. This guide will show you the steps to protect your computer and data by using Windows 10's system image backup tool. The hard drive on the computer will fail sooner or later it best if you have it backup ready, malware may take governor of the system, or a critical error may corrupt the data. If you don't do regular backups, it could make you lose important documents and stuff that you spent a lot of time worked on it. “System image” is a backup that holds everything stored on your computer, including the full installation of Windows 10, settings, applications, and all personal files, as well as any additional drives that connected. If the computer fails, then you can use the system image backup to restore your computer, getting the computer up and running in a matter of couple minutes on the same or different hard drive. In this Windows 10 guide, we will go through the steps how create a full backup, including all settings, apps and files, using the built-in system image tool. First – open control panel by click on the search bar and type control panel and click it. You will see the below Windows pop-up then choose System and Security. Then click on Backup and Restore (Windows 7) Should switch to a new Windows. On the left pane, click the Create a system image link. Windows will look for drives and give you options where to save your backup. Under “Where do you want to save the backup?” select the On a hard disk option.Using the “On a hard...