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A to Z List of Windows CMD Commands
Here is an A to Z list of Windows CMD commands which will be beneficial to you. Once you get the hang of these commands, you can do most of your work more quickly without using the normal graphical interface.
To display help for the commands:
Built into Windows is a special tool called the “Microsoft System Configuration Utility” or simply “MSCONFIG.” Designed to help you troubleshoot problems with your computer, MSCONFIG can also be used to ensure that your computer boots faster and crashes less.
To get to it you need to click Start > Run > msconfig
Most people know that the more programs you have running on your computer at once, the more likely it is that your computer will either run slowly or even crash. What most people don’t know is that every time you boot your computer a whole mess of “hidden” programs load in the background. Some of these hidden programs are essential, but most aren’t. Turning off some of these hidden programs can significantly increase your computer’s performance and reliability.
Windows 7 Networking
- They all must have the same WORKGROUP (right click on My Computer > Proprieties )
- Enable Network Discovery. Click Start->Control Panel->Network and Sharing Center, click Change advanced sharing settings. Enable the option.
Windows 7 Networking
Open your registry editor. Start > Run > regedit
If you’ve actually opened your registry editor, please navigate as follows:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SYSTEM > ControlSet001 > Control > Lsa
Find the registry key labeled “LimitBlankPasswordUse” and change the value from 1 to 0.
Then you’ll need to repeat the above steps using the following registry path as well:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE > SYSTEM > CurrentControlSet > Control > Lsa
Again, change the registry key “LimitBlankPasswordUse” from 1 to 0.
That it, we’re all done. Now make sure that this computer’s user account doesn’t have a password set (Control Panel > User Accounts > Remove your password).