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    Before you start this tutorial, set up your device . In the article, you set up your Azure IoT device and IoT hub, and you deploy a sample application to run on your device. The application sends collected sensor data to your IoT hub.

    What you learn

    You learn how to visualize real-time sensor data that your Azure IoT hub receives by Power BI. If you want to try visualize the data in your IoT hub with Web Apps, please see Use Azure Web Apps to visualize real-time sensor data from Azure IoT Hub .

    Consumer groups are used by applications to pull data from Azure IoT Hub. In this tutorial, you create a consumer group to be used by a coming Azure service to read data from your IoT hub.

    To add a consumer group to your IoT hub, follow these steps:

    In the left pane, click Endpoints , select Events on the middle pane, enter a name under Consumer groups on the right pane, and then click Save .

    Endpoints Events Consumer groups Create a resource Internet of Things Stream Analytics job

    Enter the following information for the job.

    Job name : The name of the job. The name must be globally unique.

    Job name

    Resource group : Use the same resource group that your IoT hub uses.

    Resource group

    Location : Use the same location as your resource group.


    Pin to dashboard : Check this option for easy access to your IoT hub from the dashboard.

    Pin to dashboard

    Click Create .

    Create Job Topology Inputs

    In the Inputs pane, click Add , and then enter the following information:

    Input alias : The unique alias for the input.

    Input alias

    Source : Select IoT hub .

    Source IoT hub

    Consumer group : Select the consumer group you just created.

    Consumer group Outputs

    In the Outputs pane, click Add , and then enter the following information:

    Output alias : The unique alias for the output.

    Output alias

    Sink : Select Power BI .

    Power BI Authorize

    Once authorized, enter the following information:

    Group Workspace : Select your target group workspace.

    Group Workspace

    Dataset Name : Enter a dataset name.

    Editors' Review

    by staff / November 07, 2008

    The ambitiously named Everything is a piece of Windows PC software that bypasses Windows search with a lightning quick interface and real-time results for all of the files and folders in your local storage device or any subsection of it. The software doesn't do much more than search, but its efficiency, effectiveness, stability, and low system resource usage make it a keeper utility.

    The software is split into two main controls: the search box and the results page. When you first run Everything, it will create an index of all the files and folders on your machine. Unless you have millions of files, the index will be created before you know it. Searching is done in real time, as you type--i.e. the search term "rad" returns 379 objects, "radio" returns 160, and "radiohead" returns 71, all instantly.

    The results screen can display seven different fields: Name, Path, Size, Last Write Time, Creation Time, Last Access Time, and Attributes. Sorting by any field takes a little longer than searching, but only slows down noticeably when you sort more than 1,000 results.

    Everything also lets users connect to HTTP, FTP, or ETP (Everything Transfer Protocol) servers to allow remote searches, but its functionality is mostly singular--searching your local PC very quickly with minimal resources, and it accomplishes that well. If you've never struggled with Windows search before, you might pass Everything by; if your computer is a disorganized mess with files all over the place, Everything might be a wonderful gift.

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    From voidtools: Everything is a search engine for Windows that replaces the normal Windows search with a much faster one. Unlike Windows search, Everything initially displays every file and folder on your computer. You can type in a search filter to limit what files and folders are displayed. Everything only uses file and folder names and generally takes a few seconds to build its database. 1,000,000 files will take about 1 minute.
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    Lightning fast exactly the way file explorer is not. Finds what you are looking for exactly like file manger does not. To think of the hours of frustration before I found Everything!


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    Just get it. You will not regret it.

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