Category Archives: Windows


Allow port forwarding to Remote Desktop Using remote desktop from outside your home is a convenient way to work on your home computers/servers when your are away. Most my computers and servers are running Linux, and I mostly use SSH Read more…


remove search protect

I assume you need to remove search protect virus. Or it’s not really a virus. Just an annoying malware. This is, fortunately, one of the easier malware to remove. Search Protect is not directly harmful, more annoying. Check below on how to Read more…


How do you find your ip? This is actually a two part question. First do you want your global ip or your local ip? A global ip is the ip you use on the internet. This ip is provided to Read more…


If you are running web applications or hosting websites on IIS, and have your IIS logging enabled. You are in risk of running out of disk space. Of course the logging is needed for debugging and such. If it is Read more…


Sometimes this just needs to be done. And here is a show how to uninstall Internet Explorer 11. How to: ——- 1) Go to control panel > Programs > Programs and features. 2) Go to Windows Features and disable Internet Read more…


Here is how to connect to your sftp account with FileZilla using RSA certificate. You will need to refer to my previous article if you haven’t already created the certificate. The link to Debian/Ubuntu  – Use RSA certificate with Putty. Read more…


Here is how to connect to a Debian based server using RSA certificate with Putty. First thing you need is to download Puttygen, and you will find that on putty’s offical download page here. Puttygen Start puttygen.exe and click generate. Read more…


On web based systems, when getting automatic restarts, power loss, etc, it can be a pain with the re-open closed tabs feature in Internet Explorer. It’s not really possible to dissable it, but you can choose what to do. So Read more…


Here is a cool (if you happens to need this) program for redirecting incoming nmea udp strings. Check it out here. Happy redirecting!


I’ve released a small cute little program to read UDP packets sent to your computer. You can have a look, or download it here.