How to Change the RDP Port Number to a Non-Default Value in Windows 11, 10 or Server

RDP port number Windows 11

What is RDP?

RDP stands for Remote Desktop Protocol, which is a protocol developed by Microsoft that allows users to remotely connect to and control another computer over a network or the internet. With RDP, users can access a remote computer’s desktop, applications, files, and network resources as if they were sitting in front of the remote computer.

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How to Add an App or Program to Startup in Windows 11/10: Startup Folder, Registry, Scheduler

add program to startup Windows 10

Not all programs have such an option in their settings that lets you enable or disable its automatic start when you turn on your PC.

But you may want to add apps and programs to startup in Windows 11 and Windows 10 and make them automatically launch when the PC boots up to a user account.

By the way, it’s not only about apps. You can do the same even with a document, URL address or folder if you need.

Here is an ultimate guide on how to find the startup folder for a particular user or for all users and make any program run at startup in Windows 11/10.

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Silence Unknown Callers Option to Block Calls from Unknown Numbers on iPhone (iOS 13-16)

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Spam calls is a big problem today. Telemarketers and scammers may call your more often then people from your contacts.

The more people know your phone number and the longer it is in use, the more spam incoming calls you will probably have.

Some time ago we explained how to reject all unknown callers using the DND mode. But frankly it was a workaround rather than solution.

And here is the good news: finally iOS 13 brings us another marvelous feature that makes your iPhone automatically reject all unknown callers.

It works according to a simple algorithm: if the phone number of an incoming caller is not in Contacts, Messages or Email, it will be immediately rejected and you will hear no sound. Read how to activate it.

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How to Enable or Disable the Fast, Super Fast & Fast Wireless Charging on Samsung Galaxy S23, S22, S21, S20, S10

Samsung Galaxy S Fast charging

You may want to disable the fast cable charging to make you battery live longer. If you didn’t know, the faster the battery is charged, the less cycles it can withstand.

That’s why we highly recommend that you turn it off when you don’t hurry and have enough time to charge the battery using a lower current. This will extend the life span of your built-in battery and you will have to replace it much later.

Fast cable charging is enabled by default. But if you disabled it and forgot where that setting is this guide will help you as well.

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How to Put an App to Sleep on Galaxy S21, S20, S10, Note 20

Put app to sleep Galaxy S10 Note 10 One UI

In this guide we will explain how to put an app to sleep if you are not using it with the purpose of saving battery charge.

Be noted, that the app put to sleep will likely be unable to send you notification. This means that once you’ve done it, the app will stop its background activity and therefore you will get its notifications and updates only when you manually open that application (put in the foreground).

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Enable Full Screen Gestures Mode (Hide Navigation Bar) on Galaxy S21, S20, S10, S9

Samsung Galaxy S9 Full Screen no navigation bar Android 9

In this guide I will explain how to enable the full screen swipe gestures mode and thereby hide the navigation bar buttons on Samsung Galaxy S21, S20, S10, S9, Note 10, 9 and similar models.

You will find steps for devices that run Android 9 Pie with Samsung’s One UI 1.1, Android 10 Q with One UI 2.0, 2.1 or 2.5 and Android 11 with One UI 3.0 and 3.1.

In Android 8 you could hide the navigation bar but you had to retrieve it to navigate. With Android 9 Pie update you can completely hide the navigation bar with all buttons and finally make the gorgeous screen of you Galaxy S9 or Note 9 clean of all that stuff.

If your Galaxy device runs Android 10 with One UI 2.* or Android 11 with One UI 3.*, you can choose between even more options. And here is how you can switch to gestures without any visible navigation icon/button.

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