I don’t know about you, but I’m feeling 2022! Or at least, keen on taking another look at our most popular blogs of 2022!


So, without further ado:


10. Common reasons why a motherboard starts beeping

When you start your computer and it starts beeping, it can be super stressful, especially if you don’t know the cause. Generally speaking, beep codes are likely to indicate that your motherboard had an issue and could not send error information to your monitor. Unfortunately, there are a number of reasons that your computer could be beeping, so before you try and do any quick fixes, make sure you know what problem you’re facing if any.

Read all about it here: www.atera.com/blog/common-reasons-why-motherboard-start-beeping


9. How do I check which PowerShell version I’m using?


PowerShell is an awesome tool created by Microsoft that is used for automating tasks. There have been many PowerShell versions since the first release back in 2006. As not all PowerShell versions are the same, many people need support in working out which PowerShell version they are using. We’ve therefore compiled a guide to all the ways that you can check.

Read all about it here: www.atera.com/blog/how-do-i-check-which-powershell-version-im-using


8. How to create a bootable USB for Mac


Every computer may not boot up every once in a while, which can be irritating because it prevents you from getting into the system to view exactly what the problem is. The good news is there’s an easy(ish) workaround! By booting from an external drive, like a USB for example, you can diagnose certain issues by accessing the internal drive with minimal effort.


Read all about it here: www.atera.com/blog/how-to-create-a-bootable-usb-for-mac


7. Computer terms unwrapped: What is BSSID?


Always wondered what certain networking terms stood for, but had no one to ask except Google? We’ve got you covered. BSSID stands for Basic Service Set Identifier, but what does that really mean? In this article, we cover what the term means, what other related acronyms are important to know, and when you might need to find and use your BSSID in an IT business.


Read all about it here: www.atera.com/blog/computer-terms-unwrapped-what-is-bssid


6. Do I have a Static IP Address or a Dynamic IP Address?


A static IP address is an IP address that doesn’t change, while a dynamic IP address will only be active for a certain length of time before expiration. In this article, we look at when each type of IP address is used, the differences between the two, and what you need to know as an IT professional or MSP about IP addresses that you may not already know.

Read all about it here: www.atera.com/blog/do-i-have-a-static-ip-address-or-a-dynamic-ip-address


5. How to easily monitor internet activity on your router


The type of internet activity you can relatively easily access through a router is IP addresses of the devices that connected to your router, and traffic. If you’re interested in seeing every attempted connection to your router attempt made from outside your network, then you can do that by looking at your firewall logs.

Read all about it here: www.atera.com/blog/how-to-easily-monitor-internet-activity-on-your-router


4. What is NFS? Understanding the Network File System


An NFS is a protocol that lets users on client computers access files on a network, making it a distributed file system. A Network File System or NFS is necessary for helping your business share files over a network.

Read all about it here: www.atera.com/blog/what-is-nfs-understanding-the-network-file-system


3. How to use Bitlocker


Microsoft BitLocker is a Windows native security feature that will encrypt everything on the drive that Windows is installed upon. You can encrypt PCs or drives, and full-volume encryption will ensure that only those with the correct encryption key will be able to decrypt and access your files and information.


Read all about it here: www.atera.com/blog/how-to-use-bitlocker


2. Learn how to use Remote Desktop with multiple monitors


Without remote access software, MSPs and IT professionals would need to be on-site with customers and clients in order to troubleshoot, diagnose issues, or make changes to workstations and machines. Luckily, we have Remote Access now.

Read all about it here: www.atera.com/blog/learn-how-to-use-remote-desktop-with-multiple-monitors


1. How long can I expect my laptop to last?


Laptops are definitely not all created equally. This guide will look at the different kinds of laptops you can buy, how to best take care of your laptop, and the impact that will have on their lifespan and usage.

Read all about it here:  www.atera.com/blog/how-long-can-i-expect-my-laptop-to-last


Thank you for your continued trust in Atera, we’re excited to see where 2023 takes us together!

See you next year!

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