Windows Server 2003 support is ending July 14, 2015
In my opinion, Windows 2003 was one of the best Operating Systems for Servers. When it was released in April 24, 2003, it took the enterprise IT infrastructure to the next level. It remains a very important link in our IT-Cloud evolution, and it’s going to remain in history as one of the greatest things Microsoft developed.
What does end of support mean for you? After July 14, Microsoft will no longer issue security updates for any version of Windows Server 2003. If you are still running Windows Server 2003 in your datacenter, you need to take steps now to plan and execute a migration strategy to protect your infrastructure.
To view these events, open the Event Viewer – press the Windows key, type Event Viewer, and press Enter to open it.
Navigate to the Windows Logs –> Security category in the event viewer.
Look for events with event ID 4624 – these represent successful login events.
To see more information – such as the user account that logged into the computer – you can double-click the event and scroll down in the text box. (You can also scroll down in the text box underneath the list of events.)
If your security log is cluttered, you can click the Filter Current Log option in the sidebar and filter by event ID 4624. The Event Viewer will display only logon events.
As we step further into the future, things are simplifying more and more..
How many of us played in a band when we were kids?
How many of us wanted to play or to start a band? Since it wasn’t that simple and not so cheap 10-20 years ago…
But now, thanks to Google technologies what we need is just a Chrome browser, a Midi Drum Set + Midi Guitar and a Midi Keyboard… After that all it remains is to gather your friends and start recording!
All this is available on Chrome for Android, Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome OS.