Was going to test some code the other day which needed to talk to an SFTP server. Stumbled over a small gem which was super simple to use. It’s called Core FTP mini-sftp-server. No installation, no tricky stuff. Just download and run. Great stuff 🙂
Note: They also have a not-mini-sftp-server, which is the first dowload, so make sure to get the right download link.
I’m the only one who use my computer and it’s in my room and I don’t really care about locking it or anything like that. I just find it annoying that I have to type a password everytime I boot it up or it comes back from sleep or screen saver mode.
I usually do this whenever I reinstall Windows. At least on my desktop computer. My laptops usually have password protection enabled. Anyways, I don’t reinstall that often so I always forget how to do it. Even though it’s very simple… Decided to share the procedure here, so I know where to find it 🙂
As a simple way to keep my computer backed up I copy all that I care about onto external hard drives twice a day. I mostly do this in case my internal hard drives would die or something like that, so I haven’t cared too much about finding anything more fancy with incremental history and such. What I have is a simple batch file that I have set to run periodically using the Task Scheduler in Windows.