Ever happened to you to share the 3 g/4 g internet from your mobile phone with your Windows notebook 10, only to find that in a few hours (sometimes in mere minutes) he used up all his monthly franchise?
Well, the good news is that you can avoid. Learn how.
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Have you ever needed to do a PowerPoint presentation by Skype, Hangout or the like? Although both become very easy to share the screen and show the PowerPoint window, the experience falls short of the ideal. But there's a trick that makes it that much better!
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Today came the following comment in the Slack of Lambda3, about storing shared files on a network folder on our server files:
For those who want to keep shared data, we recommend to teams that use Sharepoint. But, the practicality of a share on the network is bigger then we create the <nome-servidor>Projetos.</nome-servidor> Each project can have a share there.
But is it really true that the story of "practicality of a share on the network is bigger? I mean, no one discusses the benefits of using a shared folder on a local server, accessible natively from any program on Windows, compared to SharePoint use (which depends on the browser or any synchronization tool, like the OneDrive for Business).
What they didn't know is that the comparison does not make any sense. Access SharePoint is (literally) as simple as accessing a network share.
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This post is, in some ways, a continuation of yesterday's post.
After they solved the problem of the Defragmenter, I discovered that I still couldn't lower my VHD. No matter what I did, the size remains in 127 GB.
Until I discovered the solution to the problem.
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You know when something doesn't work and as soon as you start digging, starts pulling another, and another, and another …?
As it is. It all started with a VHD larger than I should. And arrived at the event Log service of Windows that did not work.
But at least now everything is working normally.
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