Windows Server 2016/2019/2022 Evaluation: How to extend the Trial Period

After installing, you can try it out for 180 days. After 180 days you and your system will run into troubles for sure. But the good news is: You can extend the period to another 180 days up to 3 years. Extending the Trial Period First, take a look at your desktop. You should see the countdown in the corner

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Using telnet to Test Open Ports

What is Telnet? In a nutshell, Telnet is a computer protocol that was built for interacting with remote computers. The word “Telnet” also refers to the command-line utility “telnet”, available under Windows OS and Unix-like systems, including Mac, Linux, and others. We will use the term “Telnet” mostly in the context of the telnet client software. Telnet utility allows users

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How to check HDD Bad Sectors

3 Ways to Check Bad Sectors by Jane / Thursday, February 09, 2017 / UPDATED in Disk Surface Test Check bad sectors and mark bad sectors as red are the key functions Macrorit Disk Scanner has, unlike the default check bad sector tool in Windows 10, or Windows 7, Macrorit Disk Scanner scans each sector and shows the result in

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How to Switch from RAID to AHCI without Reinstalling

Is there a way to switch from RAID to AHCI without losing everything and having to reinstall Windows? Sometimes an SSD might not be detected by bootable CD when in RAID mode, and you have to enable AHCI mode. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to switch from RAID to AHCI without reinstalling Windows 10. How to Switch Windows

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Windows License Product Key

Generic Volume License Keys (GVLK) In the tables that follow, you will find the GVLKs for each version and edition of Windows. LTSC is Long-Term Servicing Channel, while LTSB is Long-Term Servicing Branch. Windows Server (LTSC versions) Windows Server 2022 Operating system edition KMS Client Product Key Windows Server 2022 Datacenter WX4NM-KYWYW-QJJR4-XV3QB-6VM33 Windows Server 2022 Standard VDYBN-27WPP-V4HQT-9VMD4-VMK7H

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How to find windows serial number in CMD

If Your Computer Turns On Open up the command prompt window on your computer. You can do this by searching for “cmd” or right clicking on the windows home icon in the bottom left corner of the screen. In the command window type in “wmic bios get serialnumber”. The serial number will then be displayed. If Your Computer Doesn’t Turn

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