In some situations, you may want to add a user (or an administrator) to Windows when all other accounts are having problems logging in to the system.
You may want to try Method 2 in this article. To add a user, use the ‘Net’ command followed by another command to add the user to the user group of your choice. When the system is restarted, the newly added user will be available on the log-in screen.
If you are using TeamViewer to remotely control other computers, a recent software change (not sure if it’s TeamViewer, display driver or Windows 10 itself) caused the text to be blurry because of scaling. There is no parameter in TeamViewer that can control the window size, it is set by TeamViewer depending on the display resolution on the guest system.
A work around is manually extending the size of the window; the text will be crisp again once the height is dragged to increase by just a few pixels. A better temporary solution is making use of a small utility program called AutoSizer since it can set an active window to any size and/or position on the screen. One click to scan all the active programs will automatically change TeamViewer to a preset window size that won’t cause the display to be scaled.
If you encountered a problem of unstable connections with a generic mini USB wireless adapter, the following tweaking in its properties may resolve the issue.
Many of these adapters claim they will connect at Wireless-N standard. In many cases, the adapter will disconnect and connect randomly. The solution is to change its properties under device manager and limit it to connect at Wireless-B and Wireless-G. The speed is slower but the connection is much more stable.
If you encountered a problem accessing a network drive (through mapping in Windows) after an upgrade of firmware is performed on the router, the following could be one of the reasons that may have caused the headache.
In this case, the router is ASUS RT-AC68U. The network drive is a USB disk attached to the router. The drive is shared using Network Place (Samba) Share. After an upgrade of firmware, the “Device Name” was reset to a default value causing the accessing/mapping problem. Just update it to the custom name that was set before and the problem should be resolved.
If you experience a video problem, e.g. intense flickering, after some system updates to a guest OS in VMware Workstation, try disabling the “Accelerate 3D graphics” option under Virtual Machine Settings –> Hardware –> Display –> 3D graphics. This may resolve the problem. If you use Media Player Classic (Home-Cinema) in VMware and cannot play videos, disabling this setting may also help too.
The example above applies fade-in effect for audio, but not for video. The parameters are pretty much self explanatory. A combination of different parameters can be used to meet your editing requirements.
WhatsApp is one the most widely used messaging software that becomes part of a core set of apps for many people. Migrating existing chat messages and multimedia to a new phone is normally not much of a problem unless they are on different platforms. For example, there is no easy and free way to migrate WhatsApp data from an iPhone to Android, and vice versa. A number of third-party apps will come in handy which are not difficult to be uncovered through a Google search. iTransor for WhatsApp from iMyFone is one of these software that will do the job with a simple interface. The solution has been tested and proved to work.
There is another solution to the problem described in the previous post, i.e. a mouse click registers as a double-click if though you only click once, using AutoHotKey which is an all-purpose utility that runs scripts to achieve whatever objectives they may be. The following script will disable double click if it is detected within 100ms.