Most regular computer users have no idea how to use the Windows command prompt. Even some advanced users struggle with it. The fact however, remains that CMD wasn’t built for experts only. This article shows you how to do some basic stuff via CMD.
By default, on Windows 10, only one remote user can connect to RDP at any time. This is true even if you have the Pro or Enterprise versions. However, you can bypass this restriction using the RDP wrapper library. This article explains how to do this.
This is a follow-up to my in-depth article on Port Forwarding (which is often needed for RDP). In addition to discussing Windows Remote Desktop setup, TeamViewer is explained as a versatile, cross-platform option for remote controlling your computer.
I like to have full remote access to my main computer from anywhere (even when I’m on a train and only have my phone on hand). Before you can do this though, you need to configure port forwarding. Here’s all you need to know about port forwarding.
A screenshot is an image of something on your screen. This article will show you different ways to take a screenshot in Windows. While it focuses on taking screenshots in Windows 10, most of the methods discussed also work for older Windows versions.
This article explains in detail how to use NSIS to create an application setup package for a Windows solution that includes both a Windows service and a Windows forms application. I start from the basics and then proceed to cover very advanced Windows application creation concepts to help you get up to speed on using NSIS.