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Unlike on Facebook, where profiles could be made up and are more suitable for personal networking rather than a professional one, Linked In encourages users to provide a highly professional look to their resume and/or profile on the networking site.
Here are 10 things you can do to enhance your Linked In profile for a more professional look.
After I download a new Windows Insider testing build from Microsoft I will dive into the various areas of the operating system and look for differences in the layout and text as indicators of changes that are coming in the Creators Update.
The latest fast ring build released by Microsoft, 15058, came out earlier this week and during my digging around I came across a significant change in some of the text on the Windows Update settings page.
Today I'm going to post a solution of a weird problem which I faced yesterday.
When I updated the driver of my network card and restarted my computer system, I faced a strange problem.
To fix this issue, you just need to follow these simple steps: 3. By deleting the key we are just clearing the configuration cache. Once you delete the key, close Registry Editor and open Network Connections folder again and now it should show all network adapters without any problem.
In right-side pane, you'll see a binary key "Config". PS: If you don't want to edit registry manually and want a ready-made registry script to do the task automatically, download following ZIP file, extract it and run extracted REG file.
I was able to fix this annoying issue using my favorite Registry Editor.
Actually Windows stores a cache of network adapters configuration in registry and if by any chance the cache becomes corrupted, you might face such kind of strange issues.
Anyway I'm sharing the solutions here so that if anyone else faces this problem, he'll be able to fix it easily without any hard work. When you delete the key and open Network Connections folder or restart your system, Windows automatically re-creates the key.
Over at The Comeback, Dave Lozo argued that the layoffs on the hockey side say a lot about the NHL and how it markets itself.
An underreported story on Wednesday was the news that ESPN would be moving production of ESPNU studio shows to Bristol from Charlotte.