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  •   What Is DFS – Distributed File System?
    What Is DFS – Distributed File System?

    Summary: There are now various file systems that make it easy and efficient for people to share resources and files on the network. This post will give a full introduction to an important file system - DFS, or Distributed File System. Overview Distributed File System, abbreviated as DFS, is a set of client and server services, which allow organizations to use Microsoft Windows servers to organize many distributed SMB file shares into distributed file systems. DFS enables the logical grouping of shares on multiple servers and transparently links shares to a single hierarchical namespace. DFS organizes shared resources on the network in a tree-like structure. There are two components of DFS service: Location transparency (through namespace components) and Redundancy (through file replication components). In the event of heavy load or failure, these components together increase data availability by allowing logical grouping of shares in multiple different locations under one folder, the DFS root. There is no need to use the two components of DFS together. It is entirely possible to use the Location transparency component without using the Redundancy component. Similarly, it is entirely possible to use file replication between servers without merging them into one namespace. Implement DFS There...


  •   How To Enable Clear Up By Option In Finder On Mac
    How To Enable Clear Up By Option In Finder On Mac?

    Summary: The article below will show Mac users how to enable the 'clear up by option' in Finder easily on Mac! There are many useful tools and features that are provided by the Mac operating system, but most Mac users find an issue that their clear up by option is always missing when they are trying to arrange or sort their folders on Mac. This option is very effective and efficient for all Mac users to sort or arrange their folders. First of all, you don't have to be worry because the option is always available for users to access. Please follow the easy steps below, as we will show you how to enable or find the clear up by option in Finder again! Steps to Enable Clear Up By Option Step 1: Proceed to the particular folder and right-click to choose Show Views Options. Step 2: From the Sort By option, select None. Step 3: Then, select the Use as Defaults menu to make sure this changes to all folders or files. After completing the steps above, the clear up by option should appear again on your Mac device. Learn It Easily! That's how easy it is to enable or...


  •   Simple Ways to Enable NTFS on Mac Device
    3 Simple Ways to Enable NTFS on Mac Device

    Summary: The text below will let Mac users understand the NTFS file system and three simple ways to enable NTFS on Mac device! Introduction of NTFS on Mac NTFS-(New Technology File System) is a built-in system that helps mac users to read NTFS files and write access restrictions on the files. Besides, it has a hidden option that allows users to write support to NTFS formatted drives, but it requires high-level expertise to operate. If any accidental error happens whole writing, the support will cause wrong actions and lead to bad results that will damage your Mac device. Moreover, Apple has not considered the hidden option to be a trusted platform. It is just an experimental utility for Mac users to transfer data between Windows and Mac operating systems. Aside from all the risks that might cause data loss or damage to the NTSF drive, many Mac users still insist on getting full read and write support access. So if you are one of the Mac users who need to enable NTFS on Mac, we strongly recommend you perform a data backup first for all of your important data. You can also use a trusted and safe third-party software to enable...


    What Is Ping? All You Need To Know About It

    Summary: Ping is a command-line utility. You may not be familiar with it, but it is quite crucial for computers. So today’s article will give you a full introduction to Ping. Definition Ping is a computer command-line and network administration software utility that tests the reachability of hosts on IP (Internet Protocol ) networks. It can be applied to almost all operating systems with network functionality. Ping was written by Mike Muse in December 1983 while working at the Ballistic Research Laboratory, which is now the US Army Research Laboratory. It measures the round-trip time of messages sent from the original host to the target computer that returned the source. Ping operates by sending the ICMP (Internet Control Message Protocol) echo request packet to the target host and waiting for the ICMP echo reply. The ping utility’s command-line options and its output vary among many implementations. The options include the size of the payload, the test count, the limit on the number of network hops (TTL) that the probe traverses, the interval between requests, and the time it takes to wait for a response. Work Theory The ping utility uses echo requests and echoes reply messages in ICMP, which is...


    Create An Administrator Account In Windows 10

    Summary: We know that there are standard user and administrator accounts in Windows 10. Each of them has different permissions to use devices and applications. But do you know how to create a new administrator account in Windows 10? Go through this page for detailed tutorials. The administrator account provides complete system control and access to all files on the device. You can modify other user accounts, change them to standards or administrators, change security settings, install software and hardware, and perform promoted tasks. What’s more, if the account you use every day is corrupted or your password is forgotten, you can sign in to the alternate administrator account to troubleshoot the problem. So refer here for available methods to create a new administrator account. Create New Administrator Account Using Local Users and Groups Step 1: Press Windows + R keys, type in lusrmgr.msc, and press Enter to launch Users and Groups. Step 2: Right-click Users and select New User... on the left pane. Step 3: Then enter the User name and Password for the new local account, and click Create to save the changes. Tip: You can also check or uncheck the below options about account and password. Step...