How to disable or enable network via command line in Windows

It is  easy to make disable or enable network connection with GUI in Windows. But if you want or need to use the command line (DOS) it is also not difficult.

To disable or enable network interface in Windows via command line (command prompt) :
Run the Command prompt as Administrator

Write this command to disable the network:
netsh interface set interface name="Ethernet" admin=disabled

Change the label/name Ethernet with your network interface name. (it is usually named : Ethernet or Local Area Connection if you don't customize the name. (See at the network connection).

How to connect remote shutter Xiaomi Yi

How to pair bluetooth remote shutter for Xiaomi Yi Action camera.

1. Turn on the camera
2. Press twice the Wifi button quickly, then followed by pressing the button on the remote shutter,(both buttons, shutter or select button can be used), if the LED indicator on the remote shutter is already blue, means pairing process is success.
If it is still red, repeat the process.

How to Enable Hyper Terminal in Windows 10

Same as in Windows 7, Windows 8, you will not see the Hyper terminal in Windows 10. Some devices still need the Hyper terminal to config them.

The solution if you need the hyper terminal for your Windows 10 is by copying the hyper terminal files from Windows XP. There are 2 files from Windows XP for Hyper terminal : hypertrm.exe and  hypertrm.dll.  located under folder :
1.  \Program Files\Windows NT\hypertrm.exe
2.  \WINDOWS\system32\hypertrm.dll

Copy those files, to the same folder in your Windows 10.
Run the hypertrm.exe to launch the program.

If you don't have Windows XP,  I already put the files in my sky drive, you can download here.
The file is in Zip format, 174 KB size.

Go to Safe Mode in Windows 10

Entering Safe Mode Windows 10
When you need to start Windows 10 using Safe Mode

One of the ways to enter to safe mode in Windows 10 is through the System Configuration menu.
While Windows running go to Run command by pressing the combination keys Windows+R

• Type msconfig then click Ok or hit Enter

The System Configuration window will appear
• Go to Boot tab.
• Under Boot options, give a tick at Safe boot.