How to Transfer Mozilla Firefox Bookmarks to New System

Use Bookmarks Manager to Export

  1.  Launch Firefox and click on the “Firefox” menu in the top left corner.
  1. Select “Bookmarks” from the menu and select “Show All Bookmarks” from the cascading menu.
  1. Select “All Bookmarks” in the navigation menu on the left.
  1. Select the “Import and Backup” menu and choose “Export Bookmarks to HTML.”
  1. Name the file in the File Name field and choose the location where you want the export file to save. Click Save.”

Import Bookmarks

  1. Copy the file to a flash drive and move it to your new computer. You can also attach the file to an email, email it to yourself and download it on your new computer.
  1. Launch Firefox on your new PC. Select “Bookmarks” from the menu and select “Show All Bookmarks” from the cascading menu.
  1. Choose “Import Bookmarks from HTML.”
  1. Navigate to the file that you created from your other computer and click “Open” to import the bookmarks.

Windows GOD Mode

Create a new folder on your desktop.

Right click and choose rename

Name it:  GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}

 

The icon will change and if you open the folder it’s a list view of every control and setting for windows.

How To Disable Enable Network Interface Using CMD Line – WIN7

Open command prompt.

Identify which Interface you’d like to disable. Do this by typing the following command:

ipconfig /all

This lists all of the available interfaces.

 

To disable interface “Local Area Connection,” type the following command and press enter:

netsh interface set interface name=”Local Area Connection” admin=disabled

 

To enable interface “Local Area Connection,” type the following command and press enter:

netsh interface set interface name=”Local Area Connection” admin=enabled

 

“This task requires that the user account specified has Log on as batch job rights” Windows Server 2008

When trying to edit the credentials of a task from Task Schedule, you get the following notification:

“Task Schedule: This task requires that the user account specified has Log on as batch job rights”.

In order to resolve this issue, follow these instructions:

1.Click the Windows “Start” button
2.In “Start Search” type secpol.msc and press Enter.
3.In “Local Security Policy” window, click to expand “Local Policy”.
4.Click to open “User Rights Assignment”.
5.In the right panel, right click on “Log on as a Batch job” then click on “Properties”.
6.In “Log on as batch job Properties” window, click “Add User or Group” and include the user or group do you need.
7.Click OK, and close “Local Security Policy” window.

Now you are ready to running a bat file application from Task Schedule