assign ip address through command line

How to assign your computer ip address through command line

It is way to change an ip address on your computer control panel. but there is another way to change an ip address on your computer through command line. in this article we share how to assign an ipv4 address through command line. first open run(windows+R) option then type cmd then enter and command prompt window will come. now we check current configuration using below command netsh interface ipv4 show config Configuration for interface “Wireless… Read More

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How to supper Fast Your Computer

if you want to supper fast your computer only 7 step please follow below procedure 1. clean your disk using disk cleanup command 2. Disable unwanted program from Task Manager 3.Use  De-fragment for optimize your Disk 4. allow High Performance from power option 5.Change Mouse hover and time from rigedit and Fixed Value data 10. type regedit from run then press enter 6.From Run Remove recent,%temp%,Prefetch file 7.From System Configuration and go to boot opton… Read More

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How to Fix File Sharing Problem on Windows

Fix File Sharing Problem on Windows Check your PCs are on the same network WIFI or LAN and also same workgroup (click Start, right-click Computer and select Properties; in XP you need the Computer Name tab). Is File and Printer Sharing enabled? Check from Network and Sharing Center in Vista/Windows 7 ensure your network is Home or Work. In Windows 7 click Choose homegroup and sharing options > Change advanced sharing settings; in XP right-click a folder and choose… Read More

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How to Flush DNS Resolver Cache on Windows

If you change your DNS server address. the change not effect immediately. Windows utilizes a cache that remembers DNS responses it’s received, Saving time time when you get to similar addresses again later on. To ensure Windows is getting addresses from the new DNS servers instead of using old, cached entries, run the ipconfig /flushdns command after changing your DNS server.

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