All you know that we can make any site as our browser’s homepage so that the page is opened automatically when we start the browser. But what is the way when I want to like more than one page to be started along with the browser? Here is the solution.
Internet Explorer 7:
It is easiest one. Click Options from Tools menu. You will see a text box where you can put multiple homepage each in separate line.
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Flush dns to get a new name resolution. Also flush dns cache when you can’t access a newly registered domain name. You can simply flush your dns cache anytime to get new entry. So, Flush your dns cache now.
To flush DNS cache in Microsoft Windows (Win XP, Win ME, Win 2000):-
– Start -> Run -> type cmd
– in command prompt, type ipconfig /flushdns
– Done! You Window DNS cache has just been flush.
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From a few days I was wondering how to use windows remote desktop sharing feature. I am using Linux (Fedora) in my Laptop while run Windows XP in my desktop. My Desktop is my internet gateway as my EDGE modem does not work in Linux. So I use internet in Linux using Window’s Internet Connection Sharing feature (PC to PC network). But often I had to perform some tasks in my Windows machine. I need to move from laptop to desktop. But I was looking for a solution by which I can login to Windows Desktop from my Linux Lappy.
Today I found a cool and easiest solution to do that. Its a matter of few minutes using RDesktop.
- Install it using package manager.
For Redhat/CentOS/Fedora it should be like:
yum install rdesktop -y
apt-get install rdesktop
- It will install the RDesktop. Now run the following command in Shell.
- Replace pc with the target PC’s hostname/ip. My Windows PC’s IP was 192.168.0.1. So I had to write like this:
- That’s it, if everything works well, you will get windows login dialog box. Login using Windows username and password.
[Note:If you can’t connect to windows, please enable Remote Desktop Sharing Protocol in Windows. You can also try by turning firewalls off at both end.]
- Download the latest version from here.
- Extract the archive.
- From terminal run the following commands:
- You are done!
Happy Remote Desktoping 🙂