Check Windows Services statuses using Powershell

PowerShell is a great and essential “scripting” (the scripting is just one of the many things this language can do) tool. It not only helps save you time, it also provides greater flexibility to execute repeated tasks manually or via scheduled tasks. Almost all Windows roles and features ship with PowerShell cmdlets. Once of the most common tasks, specially on server machines, is to check regularly the status of a specific service. Read More …

Take Files/Folders Ownership (Microsoft Windows)

Many organizations with a Microsoft Windows environment rely on NTFS as the main file system for their storage devices that contain sensitive data. It is the easiest way for users to work with files. In order to implement a least-privilege model, which is a best practice for system security, IT security specialists and system administrators configure NTFS access control lists (ACLs) by adding access control entries (ACEs) on NTFS file servers. Read More …

Python – Pandas – Using Dictionary to remap values in Dataframe

While working with data in Pandas, we perform a vast array of operations on the data to get the data in the desired form, before, for example, creating diagrams or passing to the visualization phase. One of these operations could be that we want to remap the values of a specific column in the Dataframe. This can be done in several ways. Read More …

Windows 10 – Hide specific User Accounts from the Logon Screen

When you have too many people using your PC, or you want to keep an account secret, use this guide to hide user accounts from the Windows 10 sign-in screen. You can do this using Windows Registry. Read More …

Windows 10 – Disable Notifications and Notifications Balloons

Disabling Microsoft Windows 10 notifications can be a blessing if you have the tendency of getting a lot of them. You always have the option of checking the notifications yourself later and not have to deal with those distracting notifications. Read More …