FTP clients like FileZilla, Cyberduck, WinSCP etc. are widely used to access, download and upload files to web server by creating an FTP connection. The FTP connection uses a special network protocol namely File Transfer Protocol to not only send and receive data requests, but also transport data by making direct connection with target host. Unlike HTTP, which is specifically designed to transport hyper-text over a TCP connection, FTP connection makes sure that server will respond to request as soon as it receives one from source host. Not only does it provide quick file transfer facility, it also brings bulk file handling capability in terms of both downloading and uploading data, and file transfer resume feature. How To Setup Personal FTP Server Using FileZilla [Step-By-Step Guide]
How to use a command line switch? The Chromium Team has made a page on which they briefly explain how to use these switches. Conditions These are rather technical. While most are pretty self-explanatory, keep in mind that any condition means that a switch isn't always available. The constants OS_FREEBSD, OS_LINUX and OS_SOLARIS must be defined.
The holiday season has once more arrived and it’s time to visit your loved ones, to spend some quality time with them. Having said that, a lot of this quality time can end up being spent on troubleshooting your nieces’ laptops, or your uncle’s old computer, i.e., if you are a geek, or even an intermediate computer user. Updating applications, troubleshooting issues, and re-installing the operating system are all those tedious tasks that can eat up a lot of your “quality time,” but all that can be prevented if you can take some simple measures to ensure that you do not have to start from scratch each time your family members or friends end up messing their computer. Top 6 Tips To Resolve System Issues On Remote Computers
Enable Mapping to \\Hostname\C$ Share on Windows 7 or Vista Just about everybody knows about the hidden administrator C$ share that is always built into Windows file sharing, but you might have wondered why you can’t use that in Windows 7 or Vista. The reason this doesn’t work is because of UAC (User Account Control) that Vista is (in)famous for. By default Vista doesn’t allow UAC elevation over the network with a local user account. There’s a registry key that we can use to change this behavior to work the same as Windows XP.