Using Ping and Tracert – We write a batch script!

In this article I will show you how to create a batch script on Windows. Before that, you’ll learn what a ping is, what tracert is, and why just querying PING isn’t necessarily enough to test the accessibility of a website. As an example, I will write a script that tests the reachability of Google.com (ping and tracert).

Using Windows Command Prompt or CMD correctly – Part 2

Using Windows Command Prompt or CMD correctly for everyone. In this article I will show you what a path is, how to navigate through folders, open text files, rename folders, move files and delete folders.

Using Windows command prompt – with examples (CMD commands)

The Windows command prompt is often called cmd.exe or just CMD. In our article you will learn what the CMD is, how to open it and with a visual example what you can do with it. This article is suitable for you if you want to have your first experience with Windows Command Prompt.

Pin a File to Pinata & Connect IPFS Desktop with Pinata

Pinning a file to Pinata for the IPFS network is useful to make sure that your file is always available. If you upload a file via the Pinata web interface, it is automatically pinned and stored on a Pinata server. If you use the IPFS Desktop program on your home computer, files that are not pinned will not be accessible when your computer is switched off. In this article, we will show you the advantages of Pinata, how you can link IPFS Desktop with Pinata and, of course, how you can create the required Secret Access Token at Pinata.

Install IPFS Desktop and import files into the network - With Image Tutorials

Install IPFS Desktop and import files into the network – With Image Tutorials!

Installing IPFS Desktop is easier than you think. In this article, we show you step by step how to install IPFS Desktop on your Windows-based computer. Afterwards you will find two more image tutorials “Importing files into the IPFS network via IPFS Desktop” and “How to make an entire folder available to the IPFS network”.

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Using Ping and Tracert – We write a batch script!

In this article I will show you how to create a batch script on Windows. Before that, you’ll learn what a ping is, what tracert is, and why just querying PING isn’t necessarily enough to test the accessibility of a website. As an example, I will write a script that tests the reachability of Google.com (ping and tracert).

Using Windows Command Prompt or CMD correctly – Part 2

Using Windows Command Prompt or CMD correctly for everyone. In this article I will show you what a path is, how to navigate through folders, open text files, rename folders, move files and delete folders.

Using Windows command prompt – with examples (CMD commands)

The Windows command prompt is often called cmd.exe or just CMD. In our article you will learn what the CMD is, how to open it and with a visual example what you can do with it. This article is suitable for you if you want to have your first experience with Windows Command Prompt.

Pin a File to Pinata & Connect IPFS Desktop with Pinata

Pinning a file to Pinata for the IPFS network is useful to make sure that your file is always available. If you upload a file via the Pinata web interface, it is automatically pinned and stored on a Pinata server. If you use the IPFS Desktop program on your home computer, files that are not pinned will not be accessible when your computer is switched off. In this article, we will show you the advantages of Pinata, how you can link IPFS Desktop with Pinata and, of course, how you can create the required Secret Access Token at Pinata.

Install IPFS Desktop and import files into the network - With Image Tutorials

Install IPFS Desktop and import files into the network – With Image Tutorials!

Installing IPFS Desktop is easier than you think. In this article, we show you step by step how to install IPFS Desktop on your Windows-based computer. Afterwards you will find two more image tutorials “Importing files into the IPFS network via IPFS Desktop” and “How to make an entire folder available to the IPFS network”.

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