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By: Tyler Price | July 20, 2017

If you ever need to create a file of a specific size for a test, it's really easy to do on a Windows PC.

Open Command Prompt as an administrator and type the following command:

fsutil file createnew <filename> <length>

Where <filename> represents the name you want call the file.

Where <length> represents the file size in bytes.

For example... if you wanted to create a 150mb file.

Then 150mb = 157286400 bytes (Useful converter)

C:\>fsutil file createnew C:\testfile150mb.txt 157286400
File C:\testfile150mb.txt is created

It will generate a file for you. It will be filled with random junk, but is useful if you need a specific sized file quickly for testing uploading or an SFTP server for example, and you may not want t...

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By: Tyler Price | February 20, 2017

Step 1: 

If you haven't already got it installed, download and install Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader from here: 


Step 2: 

Open the PDF you wish to sign, in Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader

Step 3: 

Click "Fill & Sign" in the right hand plane. 


Step 4: 

Select "Sign" in the toolbar up the top. 


Step 5: 

Select "Add Signature". 


Step 6:

Change the setting from "type" to "draw". 


Step 7: 

Draw your signature using your mouse, or using your finger if your computer has a touch screen. 


Step 8: 

Click where you'd like to paste your electronic signature. Resize or move a...

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By: Tyler Price | July 11, 2016

When you first boot your computer, you may see the following menu:

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