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What's your operating system? There's Browser Chooser for Windows and Choosy for Apple OS X.


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Microsoft has a support article, Troubleshoot problems with an app, that offers a download of the Windows Store App Troubleshooter which will try to detect and correct any problems with the Store. This solved it for me. (I have tried all the mentioned solutions and none of them worked for me. I also tried to run WSReset, uninstall and re-install, nothing ...


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Right click on OneDrive (as it is not called) Properties Select "Location" tab Change to location you require the local folder to be Once you change location, you will be asked if you wish to move all files. I presume you will answer 'Yes'


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Run the cmd as Administrator and type: NET STOP wuauserv


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Had the same problem. Installed the Dell driver for the monitor (In my case an S2340L) and the problem went away.


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I believe this has to do with a corrupted "Synced Theme" somehow. You start Windows, it tries to sync the theme and can't for some reason (possibly a missing image file?), then displays the error. This is mostly speculation. Try creating a new theme and see if that solves the problem. Ultimately this is what solved the problem for me.


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Sounds like the Norton Protected Recycle Bin. Norton purchased the software from another company and rebranded it - it wouldn't surprise me if the good old network engineer had a copy of the old software lying around and installed it. You can find out about the Norton Protected Recycle bin here ...


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Unless you can find some third party tool to enable custom key shortcuts this is not possible in native Windows. The other alternative that is native is right click > Open With > ...Whatever application...


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You can do this with an addon. Source Is there a global, persistent CMD history? answer by Robert Bak: Not natively but check out: http://mridgers.github.io/clink/ , makes cmd.exe much more productive. Quoting features from the project page: Powerful Bash-like line editing from GNU's Readline library. Superior path completion (TAB). Paste from ...


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Going to take a stab here and say it's likely you simply need to repartition your thumb drive: Right Click on the start menu(or lower left hand corner that brings metro up for 8.0) Select Disk management. In the window you should see 2 panes, the lower should show the physical disks in your drive. Find the thumb drive (BE VERY CAREFUL IT IS YOUR THUMB ...


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When you select reset option over refresh it deletes all your personal data but still gives you option to not format the main partition. If you want to keep other partitions you can do so, otherwise you can format other partitions along with main partition.


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That's what happens when you use pirated/cracked softwares. I would recommend you to either use a legitimate Windows copy or try another free Linux distribution like Mint or Fedora. And as far as bootable usb goes, there's probably something wrong with your pirated Windows or you've failed to create a bootable usb drive. Anyway, first make sure that ...


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The reason why bootcamp insists on a larger USB pendrive is that windows 8 will not fit on a 4GiB volume. I know that you already mentioned that your iso is 3.3GB. However installing windows is not just copying an iso. It will copy and uncompress files. Even ignoring optional files like the pagefile and the hibernate files (neither of which are on the iso) ...



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