Tunneling Remote Desktop (RDP) Over SSH

Windows remote desktop (RDP) is an extremely useful way to have access to your computer’s desktop from everywhere. Suppose you need to connect to your work computer through RDP, but…

Encrypt Microsoft Office Documents

If you are a Windows user, you often use the Office Suite to write documents, prepare presentations or do some financial calculations. Sensitive documents can be given a degree of protection using…

Debug: Handle Leaks

The intent of these articles is not to regurgitate the WinDbg / NTSD help files but rather introduce real problems, what they are and how to solve them using the…

How To Boost BSNL Broadband Speed

BSNL broadband is the best Internet Service Provider in India. BSNL gives good internet connection speed at a low price. BSNL gives very good downloading and uploading speed at a low price. Most of the internet users…

SpyWare / Pests

One thing to remember about controlling pests, spyware and malware is. . .  there is safety in numbers.  Just as three musketeers are stronger than one, three spyware programs are…

Firewalls

Unfortunately, when you use the Internet there are dangers around every corner. Viruses, worms, malicious users, Trojan horses, key loggers, hackers, and a host of others are out to do…

My 15 Tools To Boost Productivity

It is essential to gain good practices to settle down the appropriate foundations for productivity. It is even smarter to develop habits and routines to streamline productivity. It is also…

About top 5 desktop PC issues link in description below

Problem 1: computer restarting multiple times. Cause: software or Windows updates or a virus Solution: Let the Windows updates Finish Windows updates  alone can restart the computer many times and take a long time. Run a virus scan Problem 2:  Suddenly, applications or computer behaving abnormally.  For example: Software keeps crashing, missing files or runs slow.  Cause: virus infection or hard drive going bad.  Solution: Run virus scan (check issue 4 for steps).   Check  Windows system logs for NTFS system errors or other other HD related logs. Replace HD if necessary….