Computer Type: Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Dell Inspiron 7559 OS: Windows 10 Edu CPU: i5 Memory: 16 gb Graphics Card: Some intel crap and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M with DP 1.2 Sound Card: RealTek, but I use Bluetooth to redirect to Alexa. Monitor(s) Displays: native plus external ACER KA270H 27" Screen Resolution: 1920x1080 (each)
Keyboard: Garage Mouse and some cheap USB device made in China for Amazon) Mouse: Garage Mouse and some cheap IR device made in China for Gateway) Hard Drives: 256 GB SSD plus numerous WD Red or Purple multi-TB USBs and WD Passports. Used to buy a lot of Seagates, but tossed them all the 2nd time I got unrecoverable disc corruption. Internet Speed: 50 Mbps down (allegedly. depends who tests.) Browser: Chrome mostly, some IE, rarely edge or FireFox. Antivirus: Defender plus MalwareBytes Premium plus Kaspersky Other Info: Win-10 Edu on Dell Inspiron with external monitor and drives.
The above sitting next to a Toshiba Notebook running Win7 Pro and similar external monitor and drives.
Navigation across them using Microsoft Mouse without Borders.
Running both Ethernet AND Wi-Fi. Eithernet out to the ISP and Wi-Fi for the GarageMouse KVM and access to devices and shares on the Wi-Fi.
I have a Win10 Enterprise version. I have set 3 Languages under the Setting -> Language. I can manually switch between the 3 languages under the Language setting page (by the set as primary language, then perform a sign out and sign in with...
I am trying to add a user via the command line through a virtual pc I added with VMWare. I'm running windows 10, and unable to add because this is what I get when I open CMD: I can't go beyond this point, I keep getting error messages. Any help...
I have several network connections configured.
There is one wifi connection which automatically connects to my WLAN,
another cable based LAN connection to a NAS which is used for backups
and some L2TP connection connections (used...
For some unknown reason I cannot any more navigate to Update panel from "Einstellungen" - it is blocked.
I have to cancel the "Einstellungen" window by the task manager !
So in this moment I cant go forward nor backward any more: cant...
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