Static IP Address and DNS Change on Windows

Hello all!

Today let’s make that IP Static and change the dns address.

The static ip address can be useful for example, if you have a lot of devices at home or office,  and want to keep track of every single one of them. The dns aspect side of the thing, allows one for instance to access blocked websites if your ISP or goverment blocked them.

Let’s begin.

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Static IP Address and DNS Change on Windows

Factory reset Kodi Installation

As you can see from the screenshot bellow, I have a lot of things on my Kodi. Too many. most of them come from kodi 14.x.

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Too messy and too much non- essential stuff

So i like to reset everything from time time, just like phones and computers, to keep things as much smoothly as possible.

Or when I’m just bored or fed-up with the current state of thing I simply drop the bomb.

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Factory reset Kodi Installation

Remove recently used files and folders

A possible title to this post could be: Return to classic Windows Explorer.

I simply hate this thing on windows, to force recently opened docs and folders on the explorer. I hate it to death. I’ve got no OCD, but the “classic” view is so much tidy and clean, that this option Microsoft forces down our guts, really hurts my brain.

So here’s how to go from a small jungle to the much adored“classic” view. Continue reading “Remove recently used files and folders”

Remove recently used files and folders

Change your computer name in Windows

If you made a really fresh install of windows, or if you just have an urge to make your computer more you, or even if you just bought a new machine you go to change the computer’s name. It’s mandatory.

Windows doesn’t ask you to do it upon a fresh installation, contrary to Linux. So let’s see how you can change your machine’s name in very easy steps. Continue reading “Change your computer name in Windows”

Change your computer name in Windows

Windows 10 | Post Install

Yes, the day has come. Me testing a fresh install of windows 10 and bringing you a very nimble post install on this thing. So let’s get to it.

Check for updates

First things first:like on linux, also in Windows you should look for them cool updates one needs after a clean and new fresh install. it gives you better and overall a more solid performance of windows, andalso see if some driver updates are also ready.

So press the windows logo and type updateyou should be prompted with a cog to search and eventually install those updates. Continue reading “Windows 10 | Post Install”

Windows 10 | Post Install

How to remove “Sent from Mail for Windows 10” from the Windows Mail Calendar

Yes I admittedly been using windows, but ill post something concerning that matter in few days. Right now what’s important is to know that I’m also using windows mail client and I kinda enjoy it. Continue reading “How to remove “Sent from Mail for Windows 10” from the Windows Mail Calendar”

How to remove “Sent from Mail for Windows 10” from the Windows Mail Calendar