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How to Change The Default Font On Windows 10

Microsoft Corporation’s Windows 10 operating system has gained ground with the astounding appearance and improved ease of accessibility compared to its predecessor Windows 7. While Windows 10 comes with newly introduced feature such as ‘Settings’ carried forth from version 8 & 8.1 it has removed the  default fonts customization for various elements such as the font for icons, browsers, title bars, menus, message box, etc. Windows 10, uses Segoe UI which alike me can be a point of dislike. No worries, users can still alter the default system font to a desirable one with a quick registry trick. Word of Caution: Be very sure to back up your registry or make a full backup of your system prior to moving ahead. Alternatively, you can create a system restore point, in case anything goes wrong. Carrying out alterations to the system registry can be risky as it can bring about irrevocable harm to your system, if things aren’t done correctly. The Actual Tweak Firstly, download your favorite font from the internet to your pc and install it. You can choose from the free Google fonts here or from various other links available out there. On the other hand, choose from the available fonts provided by the system i.e., Windows 10.  Log in as Administrator in order to change the default font system-wide for all users.  Open the Control Panel and click Font feature.  It’ll open all the available...

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Delete An IP from cPHulk With Commandline

cPHulk when deployed through WHM works aggressively blocking rogue IPs trying to intrude into the system with brute force. While this useful feature helps in keeping the server secure it might block your IP due to several login failures and lock you down. For cPanel versions older than 68.0 following should be helpful. With a quick few commands we can unlock the IP from cPHulk and regain access to WHM. Here’s How To: Log in to server via SSH with root access   Use the following command to connect to MySQL with command MySQL   Now connect to cPHulk database with either “connect cphulkd“ or “use cphulkd”   Use the command “show tables;“ to list the cpHulk tables.   The tables “brutes” and “logins” stores the IPs and we need to delete our IP from there. Use following commands to connect these tables select * from brutes; select * from logins; It’ll show all the blocked IPs. Use the following commands to delete required single IP delete from brutes where IP=’xxxxx’; delete from logins where IP=’xxxxx’; For cPanel version 68 and later, use the following command to delete one single IP whmapi1 flush_cphulk_login_history_for_ips  ...

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