Month: August 2015

Accessing WiFi password history – Mac

In order to see the passwords used by your Mac, navigate to the applications folder and open other and then Keychain Access. Once open, select System inside the Keychain box and look for your network, double click the chosen network and tick the show password box. A dialogue box will then pop up and ask you to confirm you password and then may ask for an administrators details, complete each respectively and the password will then be shown.

Vi, commands at a glance – basic

Vi can often be daunting, so here is my Vi commands at a glace list.
r            Replace character under cursor with next typed character.
R           Replace characters under cursor until esc is pressed.
i            Insert before cursor.
a           Append after cursor.
A           Append at the end of the line.
O          Open line above cursor and enter append mode.
x            Delete character under cursor.
dd          Delete line under cursor.
dw         Delete word under cursor.
db          Delete word before cursor.
Write File:
:w          Saves the current file without quitting.
Exiting vi:
:wq        Exit and save changes.
:q!         Exit without saving.

Get the Start Menu back

If like me you have ignored the cries of frustration from others about how Windows 8 or 8.1 have stolen the Start Menu then fear not as there are several solutions kindly provided by great people. Below are a couple of links that are by no means exhaustive but will give you an idea of how to claw your functionality back. If you choose to install any third party softare, please ensure you read the instructions and don’t install anything you don’t want to.

Start Menu 8 –

Classic Shell –