Everybody knows the normal folder option to hide a folder…
But if you enable the folder option “show hidden folders” it will still show the folder. Continue reading
Todays movile phones come packed with gigabytes of applications none wants, clog our phones, slow them down and raise network cost.
The problem is, normally you can’t uninstall them.
Here is a trick that lets you still uninstall them: Continue reading
If you can’t start the F12 Networking tab and constantly get the error “The network collection agent failed to start”, it could be that the collection service was disabled.
To fix this, you should start a Admin commandline and execute this command: Continue reading
Embarcadero just released a free community edition of their RAD studio tools. Delphi and C++ Builder. Continue reading
How to resize your VirtualBox VDI files? Continue reading
The standard password of macOS Sierra is often 123 and in some cases 1234
Your macOS stores some of its settings in a place called NVRAM or PRAM.
If you change your settings, like the system display language, some places like like recovery or the shutdown dialog still keep the old language and the other old settings you wanted to change. Continue reading
Did you forget your root password for mariadb or mysql?
Are you on plesk?
Show the password: Continue reading
Disabling the patches is different depending on the CPU and Linux distribution / version you’re using or the Windows version.
On some you can disable spectre and meltdown, on some only one of them. Continue reading
As debian didn’t have the most recent version of a project im using and they took ages to add it, i wanted to install the new version, but debian stopped me and told me that other packages are depending on this. (Well it was a compiler and those packages where sourcecode packs and it was a point release… so who cares…)
There is an option in linux to force the install of a .deb file. Continue reading