How to recover/reset forgotten Gnome Keyring Password

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Using the same keyring (resetting keyring password but keeping old passwords in keyring): 1) Make a backup of the keyring cd ~/.local/share/keyrings/ mv login.keyring login.keyring.backup and after that delete login.keyring file rm ~/.local/share/keyrings/login.keyring 2) Create a new keyring file from Gnome Keyring with the name “login” 3) Replace the new keyring file with the backup of the old keyring file… Read more »

Remove Windows Nag Icon To Upgrade To Windows 10

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Remove Windows Nag Icon To Upgrade To Windows 10 Remove Windows nag icon to upgrade to Windows 10 with these instructions or this simple batch file. From the author of Tweaking.Com Windows repair. Remove Windows Nag Icon To Upgrade To Windows 10 Microsoft has pushed out a nag tray icon, that never goes away and you cant close it, trying… Read more »

Microsoft slips user-tracking tools into Windows 7, 8 amidst Windows 10 privacy storm

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All eyes on you Ghacks discovered four recent KB updates for Windows 7 and 8, all designed to send Microsoft regular reports on your machine’s activities. KB3068708 Update for customer experience and diagnostic telemetry – This update introduces the Diagnostics and Telemetry tracking service to existing devices. By applying this service, you can add benefits from the latest version of… Read more »

Remove Windows Nag Icon To Upgrade To Windows 10

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Remove Windows Nag Icon To Upgrade To Windows 10 Microsoft has pushed out a nag tray icon, that never goes away and you cant close it, trying to get people to upgrade to Windows 10. While it is fine to offer something like that, the point that you cant get rid of it or close it, is what the problem… Read more »

How to verify if Windows Update location is properly configured from WSUS?

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I was recently configuring a WSUS server. However I am not sure if I’ve set up correctly, If you’re using Group Policy to configure your updates, you can query the registry for the Target Group and WSUS server values 1 Click start and type CMD right click and Run as administrator 2 Type C:\> REG QUERY “HKLM\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate” Out come should… Read more »