Windows

Rows and Columns in Excel, differences and basic usage

One of the most important aspects in a spreadsheet are the rows and columns since these are the references to the cells where all our data will be found. A row and a column are only one direction, as if we were talking about a Cartesian plane, etc., or explained in an easier way to understand, like a map with divisions. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Tags: excel, office
Categories: Windows

Fix: Drupal 8 or 9 awfully slow on Windows

If we have Drupal installed in a Linux development environment, it runs wonderfully even in a virtual machine with 1 GB of RAM and 1 CPU core. When we switch to Windows things change drastically, even with 16 GB of RAM and 6 CPU cores everything seems to go slow, with waiting times on average of 5 seconds, at least for a development environment

Encrypt and decrypt GPG files on Windows

Encrypting and decrypting GPG files on Linux is really easy due to its ease of installation, but on Windows you need to manually download GnuPG in order to encrypt and decrypt files. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Download From the Gpg4win page: We enter the download page and if we only want to download it without donating, we click on the

Tags: gpg, security
Categories: Computing, Windows

Fix: A newer version of uTorrent is already running

When we download through Torrent, whatever the file type, not everything is peachy. uTorrent, although it is rare that it fails, since most of the problems are related to the Torrent network itself, which would be the lack of Seeders and Leechers which causes us not to be able to download content, followed by local problems of our connection to

Fix "curl: option --compressed...doesn't support this" Cygwin

If we are using cURL on Windows with Cygwin, and we want to use the --compressed option, we will encounter the error: curl: option --compressed: the installed libcurl version doesn't support this It seems like a serious situation, but no, one option we have is to simply use Linux;). In any other case, since we are using Windows for

Tags: cygwin, curl
Categories: Linux, Windows

Disable UAC in Windows 10 to avoid annoying alerts

A few years ago when Windows Vista was released, it incorporated a control that blocked administrative tasks, in such a way that to continue we had to click Accept or Continue. Something quite annoying when installing software or when performing certain tasks. The most curious thing about this feature is that it was designed to prevent unwanted

Categories: Windows

Disable System Restore and free up storage in Windows 10

In Windows, the System Restore function provides protection in the case that something goes wrong after installing a program, drivers, among other things, giving the option to restore the system to a previous state automatically generated by the system. But for people who like to live life on the edge or just see it as unnecessary and a waste of

Categories: Windows

Share files with NFS Ubuntu server and Windows 10 client

In this short guide I will talk about how to mount a shared drive that is in an Ubuntu or Debian installation that will be the server with the NFS (Network File System) drive, on a network drive accessible from Windows 10 who will play the role of client. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Installation and configuration in Ubuntu or Debian as a

Categories: Internet, Linux, Windows

Add SVG images support and compression in Nginx

With the arrival of the SVG format (vector images) many years ago, it is necessary to configure our servers correctly to serve it in the best way. Although this is only supported in modern web browsers, using it properly will give us good benefits such as the possibility of using only one scalable version of an image instead of several depending on

How to disable Strict Mode of MySQL and MariaDB

The strict mode in MySQL or MariaDB is a mode that limits us and does not allow us to carry out bad practices, such as inserting many characters when the limit is low in a certain field. Doing this can have two consequences depending on the version we use, for example it can cut our data and show a warning, or the declaration will not be