Tag Archives: System Administrators Tools and Tips

How to Hide user accounts in Windows 10

hide user accounts windows

If you have multiple accounts in Windows 10 willing to hide it or there are accounts that nobody is using it, then this post will show how you can hide user accounts in Windows. How to Hide user accounts in Windows 10 You can use this tip to either hide inactive accounts from the login screen or another admin account, ...

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How to check if you have admin rights for Windows 10

admin rights Windows 10

In Windows, there are two types of the account by default, Standard User and Administrator. Though Standard users can do most of the things, including installing software and settings which apply to his or her account, they are still restricted for advance usage. In this post, we will share how you can check if you have admin rights on Windows ...

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Change Status & Startup of Windows Services in Bulk

Change Status & Startup of Windows Services in Bulk

When it comes to updating the status of  Windows Services in bulk, default service editor of windows is a little tedious to use. Sometimes the services are dependent on another service which adds to the trouble. In this post, I will share a utility and script which can change the status or startup type of Windows services in Bulk Change ...

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Find memory usage details of any application with VM Map

Virtual Memory Map

If you are developing an application or already have and want to find how it is consuming memory on a windows machine, SysInternal Virtual Memory Map is an excellent tool. This application displays the amount of memory consumed by the app according to type i.e. Heap, Shareable, Stack, Private Data, Page Table and so on. For each of this tables, ...

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How to create custom Windows System Admin Control Panel

MyAdminConsole

Control Panel, specially the Administrative Tasks have too many items which is not only confusing but since we don’t use most of them it is waste of time for some of us. In this tutorial I will talk about a feature in Windows which lets you create a Administrative Control Panel which can be used to control your PC or ...

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Speccy gives you a clean System Information

Though Windows 7 comes with control panel items which can give you information about your system hardware Speccy has an edge over it by providing in depth details of hardware configurations without making it messy. This freeware allows you to in depth details of your OS, Graphics Card, hard Drives etc with details which can be compared to what you ...

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HWiNFO32™ : Super diagnose hardware system information

This one goes for Hard Core games and system administrators specially who deal with hardware. HWiNFO32™  is a windows application which gives you in-depth detail of a computer’s hardware which can be helpful when you are  searching for driver updates, computer manufacturers, system integrators and technical experts as well. You can also checkout the hardware sensors which run on your ...

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Reboot multiple computers remotely and make sure they are back online

If you are System Admin like Doug, You are going to fall in love with his brand new application, Remote Reboot X, The Ultimate WSUS Companion Tool, which can reboot multiple computers over a network and helps you make sure that they are online. Pretty crucial job when you are doing a software update in a corporate environment. Features: Import ...

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Device Remover : Perfect for Computer Administrators

Device Remover is pretty powerful, absolutely free but complex ( Yeah, A normal user will be blown seeing it ) software which Systems or computer administrators or computer geeks can use on  Windows 7 , Windows Vista and Windows XP in order to Manage Devices attached to computer Manage Services running in a computer Gather information from any computer on ...

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Create Hidden tasks in Windows 7, Windows 8 and Vista

This came to me as a surprise but yes Windows  allows you to create hidden task. This options is provides at the time of creating the task and can be seen either by the owner of the task creator or the Administrator of the computer Go to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Computer management > System Tools > Task ...

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