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Why do companies like Microsoft still make 32 bit operating systems, when everyone have at least a dual core CPU? There is enough of the market who do not have a 64-bit processor contained within their device. It also does take more engineering resources on Microsoft's part to offer both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows. Microsoft believes it ...


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Just realised as I'd just installed python that there would be a system restore point from that, so I rolled back to that point. Job done After the restore, the two paths do appear to be different. When I run echo %PATH% in the command prompt The result is the system path concatenated with the user path.


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System Preferences > Users & Groups > your account > Login Items are all the items that are automatically run as you log in to your account. You can click and hold on an icon in the Dock and select Options > Open at Login from the menu that pops up and it will be added to the list in System Preferences. Source: My Question On Yahoo Answers


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Something like Acronis Universal Restore might help in this case: Acronis Universal Restore is the unique technology developed in Acronis that allows changing Windows Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL.dll) and device drivers. It is designed to allow a machine to boot its operating system initially after a restoration/deployment of an image to ...


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You don't actually need the user name to put something in their home structure. Simply starting ~/ will direct it to their home, so ~/Library/ will go to the current user's [Boot Drive]/Users/[User Name]/Library/. If you need to install for all users, use /Library/ instead. I guess it's the equivalent of Windows' %appdata%/ If you really need the ...


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Interesting theoretical question. First, let's be clear: Intel's 64-bit architecture is actually AMDs 64-bit extensions to Intel's 32-bit architecture. That's the origin of the very technical term of x86_64. So are you asking about "Intel"-specific CPUs, or about the x86_64 architecture in general? Second, are you writing or editing the Wikipedia article ...


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If you have a second PC that supports that type of HDD, here's what you need to do: Attach HDD to have XP on it to the PC supporting a CD, and burn XP to CD. IMPORTANT: Detach ALL other drives, apart from the CD drive and the HDD to have XP. Boot the installer Install XP up to where it wants to reboot At the POST prompt, shut the PC down, and attach the ...


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in your autostart file (Users & Groups menu -- login items (is where to find it) add / remove things as you see fit also there is http://www.apple.stackexchange.com for future Apple centric questions FYI


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Benefits are: While compiling code/task the compiler/linker has to decide/assign address of code/text(instructions), data (global variables), stack. The system with MMU (Memory Management Unit)(i.e., supports virtual memory), The compiler/linker is free to take any address as it needed. While the code is executing MMU will translates Virtual address ...


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Now, this is an old post. But if other run into it. Try (command should be run as admin) Running sfc /scannow, in safe mode is best Run ISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth Install windows update KB2862966 Different things have worked for different people and it's most likely connected to what is causing the trouble for that individual. Any number ...


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I bought a ASUS N551Z installed with Windows 8.1 Single Language, and it was ok at the beginning after first activation success and it stay normal for couple month. Only recently it start prompting me activate Windows, the sad thing is the windows status still "activated" and even after I try to press the activate button again it didn't do anything but keep ...


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The short answer is that you can support the same file format on different operating systems provided that the format is an established one, such as JPG, PDF, MP3, ZIP, etc: all common operating systems have applications to display or play them. Some operating systems have applications where a native format has been defined, such as DOC/DOCX for MS Word or ...



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