IT Pro Tuesday #4

Clean, Techgenix, WireShark & More... 

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Hello IT Pro, 

Here’s your weekly helping of handy tools and information. As always we have no affiliation with any of these unless we explicitly state otherwise.

A quick note/request before we get into it.

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A free tool I use

Clean I use this on my Mac to automatically move my desktop files into monthly folders each day. It saves a load of time because I just save all files to my desktop and they’re then processed later that day. I appreciate a lot of people will want windows equivalent but I can’t find anything, so please leave comments.


An IT Pro Quote

“Give a person a fish and you feed them for a day; teach that person to use the Internet and they won’t bother you for weeks.” An Unknown SysAdmin.

A tutorial we’ve been recommended

Techgenix. Azure, Powershell, Active Directory Tutorials and more. Tons to learn.


A Windows Tip (to make up for the Mac tool)

Windows Key + directional arrows will move and resize windows

I.E. Windows Key + Up will maximize the window, windows key + left will snap it to the left of the screen and make it full height, WK + right will do the same but on the right side of the screen, WK + down will minimize the window.

A website we rely on

KrebsOnSecurity I’ve had the pleasure of talking with Brian but even prior to this I was a fan of his honest, clear and informative site. It’s a source I trust for all things security.


Have great week!

Graham | CEO | EveryCloud

P.S. Another Free Tool

WireShark is a free sysadmin tool that captures packets and breaks them down into protocol headers and content. It lets you see everything that is happening on your network at a microscopic level.