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Check Disk Errors using ChkDsk

A Hard Disk is digitally encoded, high speed storage hardware. Sometime it develops errors that can cause file corruption and windows errors. Mostly Windows corrects minor errors by itself, but overtime it can develop more serious problems and can make the hard disk unusable. Precaution is better than cure. If we take action in time then we can avoid serious data loss or problem. Microsoft has included a wonderful utility called chkdsk which can rectify this kind of problem. It can check the hard disk for errors and fix them. Chkdsk is advanced version of Scan Disk which was once used with earlier version of Windows OS.

It is highly advised to run chkdsk once in 3-4 months. It will protect your data from unpredicted problems.


What Does chkdsk Do

Chkdsk will check the files and folders of the selected drive for any errors, lost clusters, lost chains, or any bad sectors and improves the performance of your computer.


How to perform Disk Errors Check and fix them

To check for file sy…

Setup Unmanaged VPS

GETTING STARTED
In theprevious chapter, you have learnt about Virtual Private Server, dedicated server and Shared hosting. It's about time to start talking about selecting VPS hosting provider and setup your un-managed Virtual Private Server. Again, if you are going for managed VPS hosting service, most of the server software will be installed by the service provider.

Here, You will select and signup with VPS hosting provide of your choice, deploy Linux distribution, and perform some basic system administration tasks, host the website, perform backup and monitor and troubleshoot. The tasks will be as such listed below - Sign up with VPS hosting provider and setup account
1.1 Deploying a Linux Distribution (OS installation)
1.2 Connecting to VPS Server (Remote)
1.3 Setting Hostname
1.4 Setting up Time Zone
1.5 Installing software updatesSecuring your Server
2.1 Add a user
2.2 Disable Root Login
2.3 Creating a Firewall
2.4 Installing and configuring Fail2BanHosting a Website
3.1 Web Server (in…

How to Remove or Hide Navigation Bar in blogger

What is NavBar Please see the picture above. That’s the Navigation Bar which blogger automatically inserts into all pages of your blogspot blogs. This is also called Blogger NavBar.


Why do you want to remove it

>> Most of the time, the NavBar doesn’t match with the template used. Thus it affects the look of your web page.

>> The NavBar has following buttons like Blogger, Search Blog and Next Blog etc. Most of these buttons drives your site visitors away from your page. This is something you wont’ like.

What do you need to know to do this
In my point of view, the job will be easier if you know little bit about HTML and CSS. But don’t worry, still you can do it. Juts follow the instructions below. You can learn more about HTML and CSS at w3schools.

How can I remove it (NavBar)
It is very simple. You don’t have to be web savvy to do it. Just copy and paste the CSS Code shown below in your blogger template and you are done.

1. Code for New Blogger: <style type="text…