In 2020, the new year, the coronavirus has become the hottest and most concerned issue in the world, and it can be said that it is the focus of focus. The coronavirus has caused many difficulties in life and work and psychological pressure on the public and medical workers.
What we should do and how to action at this critical moment is really deserves careful consideration. In China, we have basically controlled the coronavirus very well under the China Government leadership, and there has been no continuous growth. The entire staff of the Eglobal MiniPC also would like to give some small suggestions in the fight against the coronavirus as the followings:
Let’s join hands and cheer for the world. As long as everyone has firm confidence, works together, scientific prevention and control, and precise policy, we will surely win the fight against the coronavirus
Are you getting into a dual or triple-monitor setup? Here are the best tips to configure all the displays without third-party software on Windows 10.
Before configuring a multi-monitor setup
Before diving into this guide, make sure that all the necessary cables are connected to the monitors and computer. This includes connecting power and video signal using VGA, DVI, HDMI, or DisplayPort (recommended) cables.
If you’re not sure, you can always note the make and model of the monitor, and search online for the manufacturer manual to get a better idea on how to connect the display.
How to rearrange multiple displays on Windows 10
Although you can connect a monitor to any of the available video ports on the graphics card, when setting up a dual-monitor or triple-monitor setup, it’s easy to plug them in the wrong order. While they will still work, you may run into issues using the mouse and running applications until you rearrange them correctly.
To rearrange monitors on Windows 10, use these steps:
Click on System.
Click on Display.
Under the “Select and rearrange displays” section, drag and drop each display to rearrange them according to their physical layout on your desktop.
Quick tip: When rearranging monitors in the Display settings page, make sure that all monitors align at the top perfectly. Otherwise, you’ll have problems moving the mouse cursor between monitors from the corners.
5. Click the Apply button.
Once you complete the steps, Windows 10 will understand the physical layout of the screens, and you’ll be able to work across each display and run apps without issues.
If you’re not sure which monitor you’re selecting, click the Identify button to figure out. If one of the monitors isn’t showing up, make sure it’s receiving power and connected correctly, and click the Detect button. In the case that you’re still having problems, reset their connections (or restart your computer), and try the Detect button again.
Because most versions of Windows do not include a method of password
protecting your files and folders, this page provides steps for encrypting
files and folders instead. To password protect your files and folders in
Windows, you need to use a third-party program.
TIP: Before password protecting any document, you may want to create a backup of the non-password protected files and folder in case you forget the password in the future.
Microsoft Windows Vista, 7, 8, and 10 users
Unfortunately, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10 do not provide any features for password protecting files or folders. You need to use a third-party software program to accomplish this.
If you want to encrypt a file or folder, this can be done by following these steps:
Check the box for the “Encrypt contents to secure data” option, then click OK on both windows.
Note : If the “Encrypt contents to secure data” option is not selectable and grayed out or you do not see the option at all, you likely have a Home edition of Windows, which does not support this feature. It is also possible that the hard drive where the files are located is not formatted as NTFS, as this is a requirement for the encryption feature.
Microsoft Windows XP Professional users
The steps below for encrypting the files on Windows XP Professional apply to users who are using a computer that has two or more accounts. If you are using a single account, see the other security solutions section.
Right-click the file or folder and click Properties.
On the General tab, click the Advanced button.
Check “Encrypt contents to secure data” option.
Click Apply and then OK.
Note : You will not be prompted to enter a password when encrypting a folder in Windows XP Professional. However, other user accounts on your computer will not have access to files contained in the encrypted folder.
The newest version of TweakUI also enables you to show the Encrypt option in the context menu. To do this, follow the steps below.
In the TweakUI window, select Explorer.
In the right side of the window under Settings, locate Show ‘Encrypt’ on the context menu and check the box. This option should be below Prefix ‘shortcut to’ on new shortcuts and above Show ‘View workgroup computers’ in NetPlaces.
Right-click the file or folder and click Properties.
Click the Sharing tab.
Check the box Make this folder private.
Click Apply and then OK.
Make this folder private is grayed out
For this option to work on Microsoft Windows XP Home edition, you must meet the below requirements.
The hard drive must be formatted in NTFS and not FAT32 File System.
The folder you are attempting to encrypt is your personal folder. For example, if your name is Bob, you must encrypt the following folder, or a folder within it: C:\Documents and Settings\Bob\ You cannot encrypt any folders outside of this folder. If you want to encrypt folders outside of this folder, see the other security solutions section below.
Other security solutions for protecting your files and folders in Windows
File and folders not frequently used – An easy way to password protect files is to create an archive of the files using a compression tool. When the archive is created, you can encrypt the contents by specifying a password.
Windows ME and Windows XP users – Windows ME and Windows XP come with their own compression utility. This utility can also be used to compress and password protect files.
Windows Vista and Windows 7 users – Windows Vista and Windows 7 also include a compression utility. However, password protection for the compressed files is not possible without the use of a third-party software program.
TIP: When a file is compressed, users can still view a listing of the files in the compressed file. If you want both your file names and the contents to be hidden, move all the files into a single folder and password protect that folder.
File and folders frequently used or accessed
If you need to password protect or encrypt data you frequently use, you need to install a third-party program that allows you to protect your files and folders. Below are some free and commercial solutions.
7-Zip – A free file and folder zipping utility, which also includes the ability to password protect zipped files and folders.
AxCrypt – An excellent free encryption utility that enables users to encrypt all files within a folder and not allow those files to be viewed unless a passphrase (password) is known.
Folder Guard – A commercial version of a password protection software that enables you to password protect files, folders, and other Windows resources.
Protected Folder– For a small fee, it’s an excellent software program that enables you to password protect folders.
Things to remember when encrypting or password protecting files and folders
There is no such thing as a 100% protected file. There are numerous tools, utilities, and instructions for how to break encryption and passwords on files. However, the protection methods listed above will protect your files from the majority of users who may encounter them. If you are working with really sensitive data, we suggest a commercial product for protecting your files and data.
Even though a file or folder may be password protected, it still can be deleted (unless the program supports the ability to protect files from being deleted). Always remember to backup all your files, even those protected by passwords.
If you forget the password, unless you’re willing to spend the time attempting to break it or pay someone else to break the password, all the data in the file or folder will be lost. Thus, it is important to backup a copy of the non-password protected files or folders, just in case.
svchost.exe is a system program belonging to the Microsoft Windows operating system. Microsoft’s official explanation for it is: svchost.exe is the universal host process name of a service running from a dynamic link library (DLL). Coming soon to grab your net, today I will share how to close svchost.
1. Right-click [this computer] and select [Manage].
2. Double-click to open [Services] in [Services and Applications].
3. Find [Background Intelligent Transfer Service] and click [Stop].
4. Right-click [Background Intelligent Transfer Service] and select [Properties].
5. Select [Manual] as the startup type, and then click [OK].
It is undeniable that the performance bottleneck of the mini PC is the graphics card. Most mini PCs use integrated graphics cards. Although it is smooth enough to play full HD video and small single game, it is still difficult to play the big gun battle game. a lot of. This is not the fault of the mini PC. Since the product positioning is small and portable, it will naturally sacrifice performance elements due to heat generation.
In the blink of an eye, in 2015, with the development of technology, the Intel HD 5000 core graphics card also has good display performance, even in the face of low-quality LOL can play. In addition, the mini PC embedded in the unique model has also been introduced, even embedded GTX 1050TI level, this year our new VG series mini pc are come with independent graphic card, so the hardware performance guarantee, the user to build a four-screen is also very easy.
Nowadays, a mini PC can be built into a quad-screen, so it is not far from the living room computer for its use. Jumping out of the living room is also a way out of the home, such as the restaurant’s multiple promotional screen consoles, indoor and outdoor monitor storage devices, hotel room computers are all useful. In addition, personal users such as financial investment analysts, the mini PC is also competitive with its relatively ultra-portable size and excellent cost performance.
With the continuous innovation of upgrade chip manufacturers, we have reason to believe that today’s mini PCs can solve more than 85% of the user’s work and entertainment needs, so more use expansion is just lack of our imagination. It is also believed that the manufacturer of the mini PC will tell us more about where it is used.
Method 1: Unplug
the main unit power cord, then remove the chassis and remove the BIOS battery
for a few minutes before installing it.
Note: The miniPC power cord must be unplugged, otherwise there is a big chance that it will not be removed.
Method 2: Pull the
miniPC power cord and then remove the chassis to find a three-pin jumper near
the BIOS battery. It should be inserted above 1, 2 and jump to 2, 3 for 10
Note: The miniPC power cord must be unplugged, otherwise the current loop will destroy the BIOS. The jumper was originally a short circuit.
DELL brand host BIOS crack method: Pull the host power cord and then remove the chassis to find the jumper near the BIOS battery. The jumper below writes the password label to pull out the jumper, wait for more than ten seconds and then plug it back. . You can clear the BIOS password.
Note: This method is not only suitable for DELL hosts, because there are many motherboards with the same settings. Only DELL is more commonly used in this method. Previous IBM also liked it, and now like the fourth step.
Lenovo and other brand
host BIOS crack method: pull the host power cord and then remove the chassis to
find a jumper near the BIOS battery. The jumper below writes the COMS label and
pulls out the jumper. Wait for more than ten seconds. go back. You can clear
the BIOS password.