How to Install BIND 9 Tools on Windows 10

Introduction There are many tools needed to troubleshoot network DNS issues. One of many tools is the dig command which is part of BIND tools as well as arpaname, host, nslookup and delv. In this post we will coverdownloading and installing BIND 9 tools   Installation. First step is to download the BIND 9 package. Go to and select the current stable version, 9.11.00 as... read more

How to Install and Enable Windows Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT) on Windows 10

Introduction New OS means new tools for the server admins, Windows 10 is no difference. One of the main tools as Windows administrators are the Remote Server Administration Tools (RSAT). As with Windows 7 there is a download for installing the tools. In this post we will go through the process to install and download. Download and Install   IMPORTANT: You can install Remote Server Administration... read more

How To Uninstall Windows 10 and Downgrade to Windows 7

Introduction So you have installed Windows 10 and it is just not your thing, or printers scanners or even the PC itself is not working after the upgrade. As long as you’ve upgraded within the last month, you can uninstall Windows 10 and downgrade your PC back to its original Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 operating system. Even if it’s been more than a month, you should be able to reinstall the version of... read more

How to Uninstall Windows 10 and Downgrade

Introduction So you have taken the bite on the Windows 10 free upgrade icon that magically appeared on your status bar and you really miss what you had. There is good news if you are under 30 days since you installed the upgrade. If it has been over a month, or if you have run Disk Cleanup tool and removed the “Previous Windows Installation” files or deleted C:\Windows.old directory, you will... read more

How To Remove Windows 10 Pre-Installed Apps

Introduction You just installed Windows 10 and have been getting the feel of Microsoft’s latest version and notice there is alot of extra stuff installed. Windows 10 comes with a bunch of pre-installed apps. Fortunately, you can use PowerShell to remove any app you don’t like. You will need Administrator privileges to remove them from your system. Step 1 – Open a PowerShell Session Open... read more

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