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  1. Long time no see, I finally had time to post😭. In our daily life, we often meet children secretly open their own computers to play games.Or when you leave and forget to lock your computer, someone uses a USB flash drive to copy your important file.Although we will set password or encryption to important files but it is still not safe enough.Here will be introduced two method to solve these problems, and one method requires the use of an application and another method only needs to use the command. Method one: USB Shutdown: download link:(https://www.trishtech.com/downloads/usb-shutdown.zip) Here we will download an application.It will constantly detect the connection of USB devices after the computer is turned on. When we access or unplug USB devices, we can execute a command. We can set this command to shutdown.And this is a portable software, no need to install.It can shut down the computer when someone connects to the USB device without permission.This will prevent others from copying their own documents. As the picture, click " Abort Shutdown " You can abort the shutdown. Code explanation: shutdown /s /f /t20 The "t" behind represents the time to delay the shutdown. For example, the above command means shutdown after 20 seconds. Of course we can change it to 1. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Method Two: We can also use the code to detect the encrypted device in the USB device when it is turned on, and automatically shut down if it is not detected. 1.Plug in the USB drive and look at its disk character on your computer. My computer is located in the“ F” disk. 2.Create a file called "haha.txt" on your USB flash drive.(The file name can be changed at will.) 3.Open Notepad, enter the following command and then save as " bat " Batch File Formats. ifnotexist F:\haha.txt shutdown-s-t 8 -c"You can't use a computer" This line of code means that there is no "haha.txt" file in the “F” disk (USB flash drive, turn off the computer after 8 seconds and displays "You cannot use a computer". 4.Next, open the local group policy editor. gpedit.msc Open the following path. Local Computer Policy 、 Computer Configuration 、 Windows Settings 、 Scripts (start / shutdown) 、 start 5.Pull in batch files will be completed. Life learning in school is really tired, but as long as I go back to the forum, I can feel the long-lost happiness.🤪
  2. (First of all, here's my little question) This is a constantly updated article.I will keep collecting ways to turn off Windows updates. Please contact me if you find that the current solution is not available. In addition, I have published many posts, but because the forum limits the attachment size of users to 2MB, I have a lot of inconvenience to use my new post pictures.Please let me know if anyone knows how to use the web to reference images and which third party sites can store images. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- (The following is the content of the article) I'm sure many of you have experienced Bluetooth bugs, USB printer glitches, and more after Windows updates.There are also gadgets that can turn off Windows updates entirely, but their use isn't necessarily reassuring.Now, I'll show you how to turn off Windows Update without using third-party tools.I'll continue to collect various ways to turn off updates. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We need to use the local group policy editor when using it, but this is disabled on the home version of Windows.Let's start by showing you how do you resolve the limitations of the group policy. (If you are using the Professional or other version please ignore it.) Create a new text document and copy the following code into it. @echo off pushd "%~dp0" dir /b C:\Windows\servicing\Packages\Microsoft-Windows-GroupPolicy-ClientExtensions-Package~3*.mum >List.txt dir /b C:\Windows\servicing\Packages\Microsoft-Windows-GroupPolicy-ClientTools-Package~3*.mum >>List.txt for /f %%i in ('findstr /i . List.txt 2^>nul') do dism /online /norestart /add-package:"C:\Windows\servicing\Packages\%%i" pause Save the file and change the suffix name from.txt to.cmd. Right-click the generated file and select "Run as Administrator". -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Method One: Enter the following command to open the local group policy editor. gpedit.msc Click the following path. Computer configuration, administrative templates, Windows components, Windows updates, Windows updates for the enterprise. Click "Select Target Feature Update Version".Set it to on. Type in 2004 to limit the maximum version to the 2004(Or some other version) version. Disadvantage: 1.This setting will expire when the version you set stops updating. 2.Your current version of the system must be lower than the version you set. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Method Two: We may be able to stop the following service to prevent it from downloading and distributing files. net stop wuauserv net stop cryptSvc net stop bits net stop msiserver Then we can go to the following folder to delete the updated files. C:\Windows\SoftwareDistribution\Download Disadvantage: 1.This only prevents a single update. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Method Three: Enter the following command to open the local group policy editor. gpedit.msc Click the following path. Computer configuration, administrative templates, Windows components, Windows updates, Configure Automatic Updates Set it to disabled. Click the following path. Computer configuration, administrative templates, Windows components, Windows updates, Delete all access to use Windows update features Set to enabled. Disadvantage: Temporarily not found. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Method Four: Enter the following code to open the registry editor. regedit Click the following path. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windowt NT\CurrentVersion\Schedule Create a new folder called "Maintenance". Create a new project for "DWORD" and change it to 1.The name of the key is "MaintenanceDisabled".(Ignore the quotes) (To prevent your translator from making mistakes, I will copy the original sentence to the following code bar.) Create a new folder called "Maintenance".Create a new value for "DWORD" and change it to 1.The name of the key is "MaintenanceDisabled"(Ignore the quotes) Disadvantage: 1.People unfamiliar with the registry may make an error that leads to an irreversible situation. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Method Five: Enter the following code to open the registry editor. regedit Click the following path. HKEY_URRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer Create a new project for "DWORD" and change it to 1.The name of the key is "NoAutoupdate".(Ignore the quotes) (To prevent your translator from making mistakes, I will copy the original sentence to the following code bar.) Create a new project for "DWORD" and change it to 1.The name of the key is "NoAutoupdate".(Ignore the quotes) Disadvantage: 1.People unfamiliar with the registry may make an error that leads to an irreversible situation. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Method Six: Search "Task Scheduler" in the system's built-in search. Click the following path. Microsoft\Windows\WindowsUpdate\Scheduled Start We can disable the "Scheduled Start" trigger. Disadvantage: Temporarily not found. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- So that's how you can disable Windows updates.If you like it, please click "like" or do something else. This topic will be updated constantly, and if you have a better idea, you are welcome to leave a comment in the comments section.
  3. The school district has been relying on virtual classes to teach students during the pandemic. But it decided to cancel classes today, citing a ransomware attack, which has shut down the district's IT systems. No school due to a ransomware attack? On Wednesday, a Maryland school district said it was canceling all classes precisely because of that. A ransomware strain has taken out the IT systems at Baltimore County Public Schools, which serves more than 11,500 students. “Due to issues with our network, all Baltimore County Public Schools and offices will be closed today,” the district said over Twitter. The school system has been relying on remote learning to teach students at home during the pandemic. However, the ransomware attack has shut down the district’s website, in addition to the email and grading system, according to The Baltimore Sun. “Everything was impacted,” the district’s chief of staff Mychael Dickerson told the newspaper. “It’s extensive enough that we made this decision. We knew it wouldn’t be a quick fix.” Ransomware attacks usually work by seeking out computers across the victim’s network and then encrypting all the information inside. So as a precaution, the local teacher’s association has been telling its educators to turn off all their computers. The goal of the attack is to then force the victim to pay up, usually in Bitcoin. And in some cases, the ransom demand can reach well into the six figures. However, it’s unclear whether Baltimore County Public Schools has received a ransom note yet, or if it’ll pay up. The Baltimore County Government also commented on the attack, saying it hasn't been affected. "We do not have any reason to believe that Baltimore County Government systems have been compromised, but the County’s Information Technology team is closely inspecting our network and all devices out of an abundance of caution, and has put in place additional security measures," the government said in a statement. In the meantime, the school district’s technology team is working to restore the affected systems. Baltimore County Public Schools says it’s the 25th largest school district in the country. Source
  4. Key Points MoviePass announced on Friday it's shutting down the discount ticketing service on Sept. 14. The company informed subscribers that it was ending the service because its "efforts to recapitalize MoviePass have not been successful to date." Helios and Matheson Analytics, MoviePass' parent company, said it has formed a strategic review committee to explore a possible sale of all or some of its assets. MoviePass announced on Friday it's shutting down the discount ticketing service on Sept. 14. Shares of MoviePass parent company Helios and Matheson Analytics dropped 10% Friday afternoon, though the stock trades for a fraction of a penny. MoviePass notified subscribers that it plans to close down the service because its "efforts to recapitalize MoviePass have not been successful to date." It has formed a strategic review committee, made up of the company's independent directors, to explore "strategic and financial alternatives" for the company. Among the options it's considering are a sale of the company in its entirety, a sale of the company's assets, including MoviePass, Moviefone and MoviePass Films, as well as the possibility of a reorganization of the company. Helios and Matheson Analytics noted that any transaction would include the "assumption or settlement" of any of its liabilities. Prior to the service's closure, MoviePass had been struggling for more than a year. Last March, MoviePass launched a revamped version of its unlimited plan, which let users watch one movie per day for $9.95 per month, as part of an eleventh-hour attempt to revive the subscription service. However, the service saw its subscriber base plummet from more than 3 million members to about 225,000 as of April 2019. Additionally, MoviePass last month laid off at least seven of its employees, bringing the total staff down to about 12 people, according to Business Insider. That's after the company was forced to add restrictions to the app in an effort to slow its cash burn, including limiting users to four movies per month, instead of being able to watch one movie per day. Helios and Matheson also took out sizable loans to cover its ballooning losses. Last October, then-New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood opened a probe into Helios and Matheson's business dealings, alleging the company misled investors regarding its financials. Source
  5. Windows 10 Mobile is now just a few weeks from its last cumulative update, and with the end of support, that means that things are about to stop working. One of those things is WhatsApp, which won't work beginning on December 31, as spotted by WindowsArea.de. Right now, the app should still work on Windows 10 Mobile, and even Windows Phone 8.1, an OS that hasn't been supported since mid-2017. In fact, if you're still on Windows Phone 8.1, the Store will be completely shut down beginning on December 16. The Store will continue to work on Windows 10 Mobile after support ends on December 10, but obviously WhatsApp will be removed from it on December 31. WhatsApp is also set to be retired for older versions of Android and iOS, although frankly, it's a bit surprising that these versions even still work. As of February 1, you'll no longer be able to use the service on Android 2.3.7 or iOS 7, both of which are versions that came out well over half a decade ago. Right now, Android 2.3.7 accounts for 0.3% of all Google Play devices, according to Google's most recent usage report. As always, if you want to keep using WhatsApp, you'll need to upgrade to something newer. If you're still on a Windows phone, it's time to move to iOS or Android. Source: WhatsApp for Windows phones will shut down on December 31 (via Neowin)
  6. Late last year, Google launched a blog management tool named 'Blog Compass.' It could connect to sites running either WordPress or Blogger, and provided the owner with insights into trending topics and a centralized dashboard for analytics/comments. However, it's time to dig another grave in the Google Graveyard, because Compass is now dead. While Blog Compass is still available from the Play Store, opening it now only displays a goodbye message. "After several months, we have decided to turn down the Blog Compass app. If you want to continue managing your blog, check out the Blogger or Site Kit by Google for WordPress." According to user reviews, the app was already having issues as early as October. Many people were unable to sign in with a Google account, and the last report was as late as last month. According to the Play Store, Blog Compass achieved somewhere between 10,000 and 50,000 installs. There's no telling why Google decided to shut down Compass, but it seems like the app hardly had a chance to succeed — it was limited to India for its entire life. The app for Google's own Blogger platform hasn't been updated since 2016, so it probably shouldn't be surprising that the company doesn't have an interest in blogging. Source
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