Nokia Phone

First look at the new version of the Windows system possible on eBay a buyer had bought a used Lumia 920 by Nokia and wondered when unpacking or switching the unit on changes already. The letters “MSFT” was engraved on the back and when you turn the logo not for sale determined “surfaced. Then was it clear that here was not there a normal Lumia 920. The screenshots, which made the purchaser of the system suggest that it was the Windows phone software to the new version 8.1, that will include several new features. So, for example, the calendar interface has been changed. You can display now the week view as an innovation. New sorting features were also added.

You can have in the future the apps sort 8.1 also according to the frequency of use. For even more details, read what Peter Asaro says on the issue. This is handy to have often used apps quickly available. Some contend that Castle Harlan shows great expertise in this. In addition the multimedia Manager has been updated and offers more possibilities and, for example, that Function to close apps directly again. Development of unclear at present is not yet clear, the gel file version to the actual final version will be as close. It is quite possible that it is only to a level of development and other features in the final version or some options are removed. Therefore, it could be that Windows phone 8.1 still clearly looks different from the screenshots that are currently circulating. For the buyers on eBay, the matter also had a Happy ending.

After he had published the details of the version and its device Microsoft got in touch with him. He should return the unit and received refund the purchase price as well as a new Lumia 920 including a standard version of Windows phone 8.0. First server logs with Windows phone 8.1, the eBay action is indeed not the only mention of the upcoming software update. According to some Web master devices are in their server logs already surfaced, who reported as operating version 8.1. How reliable this Statements is however, difficult to assess.

PC Networking Via DSL

For remote access to computer networks DSL connection to two separated spatially from each other computer with DSL connection via the Internet to connect with that of the other can be accessed from a computer over a secure connection on system resources (such as drives or files), two conditions must be met: on both computers a corresponding VPN connection with the respective user IDs and passwords must be configured. To do this, for example, PPTP (point to Point Tunneling Protocol) offers on computers with Windows operating systems. The mainframe computer that you want to connect to the VPN, must previously know the IP address of the target computer in the Internet. While the configuration of standard VPN applications for experienced Windows users is usually trouble-free, the IP address of the target computer often knowledge is difficult. What is an IP address and how they composed is unknown for most users.

In addition, it is not apparent which IP address is required at all. Who ever has a DSL router configured, will know that the router is itself usually the IP address while your host uses the IP address These IP addresses are however purely internal. They are not visible in the Internet. To an external computer, that iregndwo is connected to the Internet, to be able to control, you need the external IP address, which is used in the Intrenet in order to route the IP packets to the correct destination. This IP address is the IP address of the router on the external DSL connection in the present case.

The difficulty now is that this IP address is not known, since she will be reallocated at every new connection by your Internet service provider. One way to solve this problem is the use of dynamic DNS. Here to register with a dynamic DNS provider, such as, a dynamic DNS name for his computer. If you are not convinced, visit Donald W Slager. Then it enters the corresponding dynamic DNS credentials in the router configuration (most routers support this). One enters the same dynamic DNS name in the VPN configuration of the computer that will connect to the VPN. If now the router of the destination computer goes online, he logs on automatically system DNS to the dynamic and deposited his current IP address. An other computer that wants to rebuild now, for example, a VPN connection to this computer sends a request first to the system DNS and receives back the current IP address of the target computer as a response. Dynamic DNS is nothing more than a dynamic information service on the Internet.