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If you are using Microsoft Azure Portal, you may already know how to change the theme of the portal. This can be done from the Azure Portal Settings itself, which provides you four different themes at this moment.

 

But, do you know that you can easily switch from one theme to the other without navigating to the portal settings? In this quick tip, we are going to discuss about it.

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Microsoft Azure allows you to easily move Azure Resources from one Subscription to the other, if they are under the same account. You can use the Azure Portal to quickly perform this operation. Today, in this article we will learn how to do this.

 

Just follow the step-by-step process mentioned in this article to move Azure Resources from one subscription to the other.

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In case you are facing the following error MSB4017: Could not run the "GenerateResource" task because MSBuild could not create or connect, while building your project/solution in Visual Studio, this could be because the build system is running out of the build process.

 

To resolve this error, there could be two different approaches. In this quick note, sharing both the solutions for your easy reference.

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With the advent of the mass-marketed smartphone, the iPhone, in 2007, small-functionality native apps were a logical functionality solution. Small, compact pieces of software providing everything from weather reports to mobile games were available at a tap of our screen for 99 cents (or free) from an online store.

 

Android-based mobile devices followed Apple’s example, and the native app reigned supreme for several years, providing a more tailored experience that appeared much safer than the terrifying primordial, virus-riddled soup of web-based applications.

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If you have a website/blog, you may have some HTML headings (H1, H2, H3, H4, H5, H6 tags) to decorate the content headers and would like to create easy navigational anchor links, so that, people can easily copy the direct link specific to that heading.

 

Today, in this blog post, we will learn how easy it is to dynamically generate the links using CSS and jQuery. Continue reading to learn the step-by-step approach.

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Microsoft is all set to release the next major public update of Windows 10 next month from their Redstone 4 (RS4) branch. If you are a Windows Insider, you have already installed and experienced all or most of the preview builds in last few months.

 

As it is approaching the RTM state, you may like to opt-out from the preview build and be inline with the public version. Follow the steps mentioned here.

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Just three days ago, on 27th March, Microsoft released the Windows 10 Preview Build 17133 to the insiders in the fast ring, and now they have started rolling out to insiders in the slow ring by marking it as 'Feature update to Windows 10'.

 

The build will gradually roll out, but if you can't wait, you can force it by manually checking for new updates, if you are in the slow ring.

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While working in Windows, you may face the following error that says "Event ID 10016: The machine-default permission settings do not grant Local Activation permission for the COM Server application with CLSID ... from address LocalHost (Using LRPC) running in the application container".

 

This could occur due to the security permission set to the Component Services of the COM Server that uses the specified CLSID and/or APPID.

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