Are you having a problem where your iPad keeps asking you for a password? If you haven’t set up a passcode for your iPad but it keeps asking you for the iTunes password or sometimes exchange or any other email account password. This issue commonly occurs after an app download or update was interrupted, keeping the iPad from fully downloading the latest version of the app, and it is usually easy to solve. Continue reading…
Here is an easy way to reset Windows 7 password, without having to buy or download any third-party software.
In order to do this, you must have a Windows installation CD or DVD. Any Windows 7, Vista or XP CD or DVD will work.
First you have to boot from the installation CD. Most PC’s are already set up to use the CD/DVD drive as the first boot device, which means you only have to insert the CD/DVD and restart the PC. Before Windows begins to load, you will see a message that says “press any key to boot from CD”, just press any key. However, if your PC is not set up to boot from the CD/DVD first, you will have to set it as your first boot device in the BIOS setup. If you don’t know how, it’s really easy. Soon as you turn your PC on, you can enter the BIOS setup by pressing the DEL key. Although you would normally use the DEL key, the key you have to press varies from PC to PC, but it will either be the DEL, F1, F2, ESC, or F10 key. Continue reading…
Named streams are used to store Mac OS X extended attributes and can be leveraged to avoid using AppleDoublefiles to store the data fork and the resource fork of legacy Mac files.
Mac OS X Server v10.5 and v10.6, as well as many Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices, support named streams when you connect to them via SMB.
Microsoft Windows servers with NTFS-formatted hard drives also support named streams when you connect to them via SMB; named streams are called “Alternate Data Streams” in Windows.
Mac OS X v10.5 and v10.6 clients automatically enable named streams support when they have a SMB connection to a Mac OS X Server v10.5 or v10.6-based server.
Mac OS X v10.6 clients automatically enable named streams over SMB when the NAS or Windows server claims to support it. See below for details about how to activate Mac OS X v10.5 client support of named streams over SMB connections to a NAS or Windows server. Continue reading…
Sometimes mac has a problem while deleting or copying a file .If we trash finder preferences (~/Library/Preferences/com.apple.finder.plist) it fixes the things. Unfortunately Apple hides your library folder now so you need to:
switch to Finder
hold the “option” key on the keyboard
Click on the “Go” menu
Select “Library” (hidden if the option key is not down)
Sometimes you must have noticed Chrome doesn’t behave you want it to and it completely shuts down on you. In the middle of your work it becomes totally unresponsive and the only solution is to end the Chrome process from your Task Manager.
This problem happens due to the built-in Flash Player which comes pre-installed with your Chrome. It took sometime for me to find the source of the problem but i solved it at last. The Built-in flash player adds a new process known as rundll32.exe. It automatically initiates it and the starting up of rundll32 is what causes the crashes in Chrome. Continue reading…