How to Restart Windows Service

This article highlights steps on how to restart a Windows service, which can sometimes be done in lieu of restarting your computer. 1. Access Windows Service Windows 8 or 10: Open Start screen, type services.msc and press Enter. Windows 7 and Vista: Click on the Start button, type services.msc in search field and press Enter. 2. In the Services pop-up, select the desired application and click the Restart Service button.

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What is the Difference between the Straight Through and Crossover Cable?

Ethernet cables can be wired as straight-through or crossover. The straight-through is the most common type and is used to connect computers to hubs or switches. They are most likely what you will find when you go to your local computer store and buy a patch cable. Crossover Ethernet cable is more commonly used to […]

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Turn Windows Defender Firewall on or off

It’s important to have Windows Defender Firewall on, even if you already have another firewall on. It helps protect you from unauthorized access.  Turn Windows Defender Firewall on Select the Start  button > Settings  > Update & Security  > Windows Security and then Firewall & network protection. Select a network profile. Under Windows Defender Firewall, switch the setting to On. If your device is connected to a network, […]

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How to ensure TRIM is enabled on Windows 10 to keep an SSD at top performance

What is Trim? TRIM is an essential feature for an SSD to keep it on top performance and helps the drive to last much longer. TRIM is an ATA command set that was originally designed for the purpose of keeping a Solid State Drive at its optimal performance throughout its lifespan. How to check TRIM […]

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Hack a Windows 7/8/10 Admin Account Password with Windows Magnifier

Maybe you forgot or lost the password to your Windows Admin account, this guide will help with that. If you are trying to hack the computer lab at school then you will need a different method . Disclaimer: This is for use on a PC that you own. Breaking into someone else’s PC is considered […]

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