Month: August 2016

5 Ways to Stop ‘100% Disk Usage’ Problems on Windows

100% Disk Usage is a problem that’s affected users across Windows 7, 8, and 10. Here are some of the ways to stop 100% disk usage problems in Windows.

Source: 5 Ways to Stop ‘100% Disk Usage’ Problems on Windows – Make Tech Easier (Make Tech Easier)

Temporarily Speed Up a Time Machine Backup With a Terminal Command

Time Machine is a great service for backing up your computer, and by default it doesn’t use much CPU power to do it. That’s great most of the time, but sometimes you need to get stuff backed up as soon as possible. Defaults-Write points out the Terminal command for doing so.

Source: Temporarily Speed Up a Time Machine Backup With a Terminal Command (Lifehacker)

LinuxCommand.org: Midnight Commander

At the beginning of chapter 4 in TLCL there is a discussion of GUI-based file managers versus the traditional command line tools for file manipulation such as cp, mv, and rm. While many common file manipulations are easily done with a graphical file manager, the command line tools provide additional power and flexibility.

In this adventure we will look at Midnight Commander, a character-based directory browser and file manager that bridges the two worlds of the familiar graphical file manager and the common command line tools.

The design of Midnight Commander is based on a common concept in file managers: dual directory panes where the listings of two directories are shown at the same time. The idea is that files are moved or copied from the directory shown in one pane to the directory shown in the other. Midnight Commander can do this, and much, much more.

Source: LinuxCommand.org: Midnight Commander

Simple IPTables Tricks – Idol Star Astronomer

Securing your linux system using iptables can be a daunting task. There are some utilities that can help, but when it comes to security a deep understanding is often very useful. Fundamentally, iptables are lists of rules, executed in order, to determine if a packet should be accepted, dropped, or forwarded along. It has some very powerful features which can help you defend your services, log potential attacks, and forward traffic between computers as well as between ports on the same computer. I will cover some of the basics below.

Source: Simple IPTables Tricks – Idol Star Astronomer

My Windows 10 PC Is Using Lots Of Data. What Should I Do?

Very often Windows 10 users complain that their PC is using tons of data and what should they do about it. Being an operating system that’s designed to stay connected to the internet, Windows 10 consumes tons of data.

Source: My Windows 10 PC Is Using Lots Of Data. What Should I Do? (fossBytes)

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