Since its introduction in 1983, IPv4 has been the standard protocol for internet routing, however with the vast expansion of the internet, we have started to run out of the simple binary 32-bit IPv4 addresses. To solve this issue, the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) developed the IPv6 protocol and it has been established as an Internet Standard in July of 2017. Its length is much larger at 128-bits, making it nearly impossible to reach address exhaustion. IPv6 also came with many advantages over IPv4, about which you can read here.
Now we will demonstrate how to setup IPv6 on Windows...
What is Remote Desktop?
Remote Desktop is a Microsoft Windows application that allows remote control of a windows machine (be it a regular PC or server) from another Windows machine. Remote desktop connections contain some protocols like Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), Virtual Network Computing (VNC), NX technology and Independent Computing Architecture (ICA). There is also no installation required, as it comes preloaded with any Windows OS since Windows XP/ Windows NT 4.0.
To use remote desktop, you must enable it on both the machines, and have a constant internet...
How to download files from Windows VPS?
In this article, we are going to learn how to move our files between our PC’s and Windows VPS (Virtual Private Server) hard drives. Actually, we are going to share one or more of PC’s drives, then we can copy files from VPS to this shared drive or copy files from it to VPS. This will enable us easy transfer between our VPS and home PC.
Run the Remote Desktop Connection in your PC.
Click on Show Options.
Open Local Resources tab.
Press More... button under Local devices and resources category.