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As I stated in my comments, and as others have posted, Windows 8 will make it easy. First off, download and install Firefox; it uses it's own proxy settings if you tell it to, without requiring Admin rights. Once it's installed, set it to either auto-detect a Proxy, or to use No Proxy, depending on your setup (Options->Advanced->Network). You can also tell ...


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Just to clarify on this - there are multiple tricks on this question: 1) Johnathan is right - it is a trick question. The trick, though, comes from the fact that a user can submit a job at ANY time to the printer, regardless of the availability of the printer. The job will just hold in queue until StartTime is reached - at which time, it will print. 2) As ...


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It is not necessary to defragment that volume. It is more likely the defrag program you are using is not using the correct permissions, and not able to tell the level of fragmentation accurately. When Windows is installed, it copies these files to the partition in such a way that they should not be fragmented. It contains the boot manager and its language ...


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It's a bug. I've tested the workaround with a Firefox shortcut. It should work for Chrome shortcuts as well. Source "Apply Property Error" occurs when attempting to modify either the Ratings, Description or Notes fields of a Favorite shortcut on Windows 7 with either Internet Explorer 8 or 9 Microsoft has confirmed this to be a problem with Microsoft ...


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Middle click, Shift+Left click or Shift+Enter opens new copy of application.


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First Problem: Not being able to see the test projects What was wrong is your folder mapping, specifically this part of your homestead.yaml file folders: - map: C:/www/laravel_projects/test to: /home/vagrant/Code sites: - map: example.app to: /home/vagrant/Code/Laravel/public I have a hunch it should read: folders: - map: C:/www/laravel_projects ...


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Restarting my host computer fixed it. I guess because the 4k Resolution had been applied and I hadn't restarted yet. Logging off probably could have worked too.


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In Outlook 2013, if you right click on the message, there if a Follow Up option. If you select that, you can specify the finer options in Follow Up. If you click on the flag icon in the e-mail row, it cycles between Follow Up and Mark Complete. If you select Set Quick Click... you can specify when you want to Follow Up. For example, if I Set Quick Click... ...


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If your primary goal is compatibility with all/most OSs and unzipping tools, then Deflate is your best choice. From Wikipedia's Zip->Compression Methods article: The most commonly used compression method is DEFLATE, which is described in IETF RFC 1951.



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