Check Bluetooth version available on Windows, Linux and Mac

Bluetooth is one of the most common method/technology used to transfer the files between a mobile device and the computer, connecting to gaming devices and wireless speakers, but many times the version of Bluetooth is not supportive which creates issues in connecting and transferring the files. While most of the “smart” devices today support Bluetooth 4.0 or later, you won’t be really able to transfer the files if your Windows 10 system is not supporting at least Bluetooth 4.0. Read More …

Powershell – find files larger than a specific size

A common task, especially during the development of specific filesystem tasks in a script, is to find and list all files that are larger than a specific file size in folder (and subfolders); in the following example we will find files larger than 500 MB in the entire C:\ drive. Read More …

Powershell – Find and Add DNS Record Permissions

Organizations using Active Directory for their DNS service should take advantage of Windows PowerShell to manage bulk permission changes. This Read More …

“Ifconfig” Command Not Found – CentOS 7 Minimal Installation

As we all know, “ifconfig” command is used to configure a network interfaces in GNU/Linux systems. It displays the details Read More …

Where is and how to delete ZUP file for Dynamics NAV in Windows?

In older Dynamics NAV versions (and obviously, on Windows XP), it was sometime useful or needed to delete ZUP files Read More …