Virtual CD / DVD – ROM drive works and behaves just like a physical CD/DVD drive, however it exists only virtually. Image files can be mounted onto a virtual drive from your hard-disk or from a network drive and used in the same manner as inserting them into a normal CD/DVD drive.
There are several virtual drive out there. Personally, I prefer DAEMON tools (I use that at home) which has lot of function. However, it is not free for business / corporation use. Another one is SlySoft Virtual CloneDrive (use in office) and is completely free.
Cannot delete folder you want? Permission error even you are using administrator account to delete it? Add yourself in folder’s security with full control also cannot help? Fear no more. You just do not have permission on that particular folder. All you need to do is change the folder ownership to you. Below are some steps to help you solve this issue.
- Right click on the particular folder
- Select ‘Properties’
- Select ‘Security’ tab
- Click on ‘Advanced’ to change the special permissions and advanced settings.
- Select ‘Owner’ tab. You can see the current owner on this page.
- Select the user that you want to change owner to, then click ‘OK’
After this, you can change security setting on that folder. And do anything you want.
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Click ’start’ -> ‘Run…’ -> type ‘msconfig‘ in and click OK-> then you have it – System Configuration Utility. You can do a lot of startup configuration with this tool.
For example, do changes on SYSTEM.INI, WIN.INI and BOOT.INI. Enable or disable services to run on startup. Finally, set application or background program to run or not during startup.
Cannot find where is the remote desktop connection shortcut? No worries.
Just click ‘start’ -> ‘Run…’ -> type ‘mstsc‘ in and click OK-> then you have it – remote desktop connection.
Below code will help to keep the time synchronized between 2 systems. Just open command prompt and run these code.
net time \\TimeServer /set /yes
Replace TimeServer with the system name that you want to sync. After running this command, your current system will follow the TimeServer’s time.